MEK COVID Graves Multiplying – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 19, 2021

MEK COVID Graves Multiplying – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 19, 2021

MEK COVID Graves Multiplying Iran Interlink, February 19 2021:… COVID-19 has ravaged the MEK camp in Albania. Trapped in communal living arrangements, unable to access medical care, members are dying one after another. The scale of this tragedy is witnessed by the large number of graves that have appeared in both Tirana and Manez. Observers on the ground report that the public graves are only a fraction of the actual death statistics in the camp. Other than this, the MEK have failed to acknowledge the effect of the pandemic on the members. MEK COVID Graves Multiplying 

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MEK COVID Graves Multiplying – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 19, 2021

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cult++ COVID-19 has ravaged the MEK camp in Albania. Trapped in communal living arrangements, unable to access medical care, members are dying one after another. The scale of this tragedy is witnessed by the large number of graves that have appeared in both Tirana and Manez. Observers on the ground report that the public graves are only a fraction of the actual death statistics in the camp. Other than this, the MEK have failed to acknowledge the effect of the pandemic on the members.

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MEK COVID Graves Multiplying

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MEK COVID Graves Multiplying

MEK COVID Graves Multiplying

++ Back in October last year, Albanian journalist Gjergji Thanasi interviewed former MEK member Hadi Sani Khani in Tirana. Khani had left the MEK three years previously and had tried to make a life for himself. But, as with all former MEK members, he was denied ID papers and a work permit. To make ends meet he worked 14 hours a day cash-in-hand as a waiter in a café. When MEK labelled him an agent of the mullah’s regime, Khani scoffed at this, saying that if he was a spy why would he work in the café and for such long hours. But Khani was struggling. So, it is no surprise that he has now turned up in France in the clutches of the MEK. In a series of posts the MEK report that Khani has confessed to having been a paid agent of Iran’s ministry of intelligence whilst in Albania.

What a terrorist I am , working 14 hours a day as a waiter!

The reports then say that Khani admitted that everything he and other former members said against the MEK were lies. Apparently ‘racked by guilt’ that after 14 years in the MEK he knew everything he said against the MEK was a lie, Khani went back to the cult. Apparently the MEK were happy to have back in their ranks a self-confessed agent of the Iranian intelligence ministry. It has emerged that Khani made a deal with the MEK, that if they take him to Paris, they could write anything they wanted in his name. Which raises the question; how did the MEK manage to traffic an Iranian spy and terrorist into France undetected? Especially following the conviction of an Iranian diplomat in Belgium on the charge of plotting terrorism.

MEK Agents of MOIS ? How did this happen?

Albanian activist Olsi Jazexhi said, “French counterterrorism police should have by now opened an investigation analysing how did Maryam Rajavi manage to smuggle into France Hadi Sani Khani, an Iranian ex-terrorist & foreign fighter”. Jazexhi points the finger at Mehdi Abrishamchi, one of Rajavi’s cult lieutenants. Friends of Khani – former MEK members and Albanians – are extremely concerned about his safety and welfare, fearing that as a drug addict who uses cocaine and tramadol, Khani is vulnerable to being used by the MEK for false flag terrorist operations in Europe. Certainly, he must be considered a ‘disappeared’ person, since nobody has had any sight or news directly from him since he left Albania.

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++ The families of Nejat Society continue their campaign to alert human rights bodies and governments of the plight of their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania.

++ Press TV reports that Iran’s foreign ministry summoned the Belgian Envoy to “file Tehran’s “strong representations” with Brussels over the unlawful verdict issued in the case of Assadollah Assadi”. Assadi was convicted for plotting a bomb attack on an MEK gathering in Paris. A foreign ministry official said Iran “has rejected the verdict and said it was a result of Belgium’s falling under the influence of the anti-Iran MKO terror group, which is freely active on Europe’s soil… The detention and the ensuing judicial process was in line with the plots hatched by the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) terrorist group with the goal of harming Iran-Europe relations.”

++ Hossein Jelveh, an independent Iranian journalist in Tehran, has written an analytical piece which unpicks the inconsistencies and politicisation of the Assadi case. Jelveh gives a wonderful description of the MEK: “It is worth noting that the accusation against Mr. Assadi is that he was involved in a bomb plot against an anti-Iran group known as the MKO, or more commonly the MEK, a small cult of deranged individuals who have spent most of their lives confined to camps wishing to topple the Iranian government. Their leader, a demented woman who teaches celibacy and armed opposition to Iran, views herself as Iran’s president-in-waiting. The Israeli regime is known to have tapped healthier MKO members to conduct terror attacks inside Iran.” LOL

++ The title of Asal Rad’s piece in Responsible Statescraft says it all: ‘Regime changers love to think Iran is always on the brink of collapse’. Rad trawls Iran’s 20th century history to demonstrate that American analysis of the state of Iran has been consistently wrong. “Less than 14 months before the revolution, President Carter infamously called Iran ‘an island of stability’. In retrospect, it seems, this was more the wishful thinking of people with a geopolitical stake in Iran’s future, than careful analysis of the reality in the country.” Rad identifies Reza Pahlavi as a source of this misleading narrative. But also lobs a chunk of blame at the MEK. Both entities are disconnected from Iranian society says Rad and are motivated by their own political agendas to prevent American diplomacy with Iran. In conclusion, Rad suggests “Now, with the total failure of Trump’s maximum pressure, it is time to try something new: maximum diplomacy”.

++ Mazda Parsi wonders how it is possible for the MEK to ‘grow so many agents for the Islamic Republic?’ Looking at the MEK’s media in different languages “provides us with a long list of individuals who are called by the MEK, or its political vitrine the NCRI (National Council of Resistance of Iran), as ‘Tehran operatives’ or ‘agents of Iranian regime’. How come that there are allegedly so many Iranian agents in Albanian territory?” Parsi finds a common thread; they have all been interviewed in mainstream media criticising the MEK. Parsi then gives several quotes of these interviews before concluding, “The MEK leaders have to explain their leadership methods that are so ineffective that not only would make members leave the group but also make them agents of the enemy’s agenda!”

++ Anne Khodabandeh wrote an Open Letter to the EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson who is due to visit Albania on Saturday 20th February. In the letter Khodabandeh raises several points concerning MEK behaviour in that country and urges the Commissioner to quiz Albania’s political leaders about MEK corruption and impunity. The letter concludes by reminding Johansson that the Obama administration – of which Joe Biden was Vice President – planned to de-radicalise the MEK members once they had arrived in Albania. “It may be possible that your report could contain the recommendation that this programme be resumed. This would relieve Albania of the onus to act unilaterally against the MEK. It would allow Albania’s accession to move forward. It would alleviate relations between the US, EU and Iran. More than anything it would restore basic human rights to the MEK members trapped in this cult with no hope and no future.”

MEK COVID Graves Multiplying – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 19, 2021

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MEK Propaganda Message: Death to Diplomacy – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 05, 2021

MEK Propaganda Message Death to DiplomacyIran Interlink, February 05 2020:… Not only did Fox News invite Maryam Rajavi to give advice to President Biden based on the false narrative that ‘Iran is at its weakest point’, but now CNN in Albania has also broadcast a purely MEK funded and scripted piece designed to poison diplomatic relations between the EU and Iran, Albania and Iran, the UK and Iran and the USA and Iran. Iranians all over the world, not just in Iran, along with many Albanians and others who have wised up to the danger posed by this cult have condemned this propaganda campaign. MEK continues to attack ex-members in Albania and Europe. That puts them in danger. But it is the fiction spun from false flag ops, fake news and manipulated politicians that is the real danger. MEK Propaganda Message: Death to Diplomacy 

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MEK Propaganda Message: Death to Diplomacy – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Feb 05, 2021

Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cult++ As though Iranians and Albanians have not already suffered enough simply from the existence of the MEK, they are now being victimised by an avalanche of Saudi funded American-style propaganda. Not only did Fox News invite Maryam Rajavi to give advice to President Biden based on the false narrative that ‘Iran is at its weakest point’, but now CNN in Albania has also broadcast a purely MEK funded and scripted piece designed to poison diplomatic relations between the EU and Iran, Albania and Iran, the UK and Iran and the USA and Iran. Iranians all over the world, not just in Iran, along with many Albanians and others who have wised up to the danger posed by this cult have condemned this propaganda campaign. MEK continues to attack ex-members in Albania and Europe. That puts them in danger. But it is the fiction spun from false flag ops, fake news and manipulated politicians that is the real danger. The message is ‘death to diplomacy’. It is extravagantly funded and the money flows through MEK to the heart of American politics. It is aimed at President Biden to force him to confront Iran rather than seek rapprochement. Thus, condemning Iranians, Americans and Albanians to years more needless conflict, deaths and suffering.

++ In Iran, a fifty-part TV series called ‘The Safe House’ has become the most viewed TV series ever. It is not a documentary but is based on the real stories of retired intelligence officers. The series covers the history of different opponent groups in Iran over forty years, revealing their activities, including spying conducted by and for MOSSAD. Part of the popular series was about the MEK. The series attracted a lot of positive comments.

++ Last week another 3 people ran away from the MEK camp in Albania. The MEK are on overdrive to curse and denounce these people. On top of internal suppression, they are constantly attacking their external critics. They are attacking all ex-members. Observers say they are panicking because they lost their backers and cult control is breaking down.

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++ Iran’s Tasnim News reported that “Iran slapped sanctions on outgoing US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo along with several current and former members of the outgoing  administration for their role in terrorist and inhumane actions against the Islamic Republic and Iranian citizens.” Iran’s Foreign Ministry cited the assassination of anti-terrorism commander general Qassem Soleimani, supporting Israel against the Palestinians and for assassinating nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, cruel and illegal sanctions, support for suppressive regimes in the region and maintaining “active and full connection with the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO) terrorist group and provided it with political and cultural support, paving the way for several terrorist measures against the interests of the Iranian government and nation.”

++ Albanian journalist Gjergji Thanasi asks ‘Is MEK Being Dismantled?” in a scorching piece exposing the MEK’s many current problems. Mass COVID-19 infection is causing internal distress so that “MEK members are increasingly coming to realise the dog’s life they live in Camp Ashraf”. Members no longer believe Maryam Rajavi’s “tales of a quick victory and that “regime change” in Tehran is very close”. Thanasi describes the plight of one member who, after 30 years’ service, has been thrown into the street penniless for the ‘crime’ of refusing to spy on ex-members and refusing to denounce his estranged family on camera. For the record Khalil Ansarian had not renounced membership of the MEK when this happened.

++ In piece of local reporting Gjergji Thanasi reveals that after local residents in Manez protested about ugly MEK activity in their town, Rajavi was so frightened that she summoned several top-level government representatives, including prime minister Edi Rama, to come and placate the populace and prevent further protests. MEK behaviour in host countries often defies belief as they act with complete impunity to the detriment of the local people.

++ Anne and Massoud Khodabandeh write in Iran Interlink that although Iranians saw Trump as a mad man, they blame America for their woes. The piece demonstrates that under Trump’s watch, Iran’s leadership has slipped out of reach from sanctions and military threats and taken the population with them to the point that the next elected president may come with a military background. This makes Israel and the region less safe than before. It also means that President Biden has only a few months to act if he wants to pursue a diplomatic relationship with Iran; “there will have to be more carrots”. The anti-Iran cabal in America, Israel and Saudi Arabia have already abandoned the Republicans and are now focused on forcing the Democrats to wage war on Iran. To avoid this, the authors suggest a quick and effective policy win would be to dismantle the MEK in Albania. Thus, cutting a source of foreign funding and fake narratives in the US and pleasing the Iranian people who universally hate the MEK more than any other group ever. Concluding that “It is incumbent on the Biden administration to approach relations with Iran on a new page. Purging the old regime need not be as difficult as it first appears. The costs of erasing any traces of the MEK from that page are low, the benefits are great and many.”

++ A member of the Nejat Society in Iran appeals to the WHO to intervene in the crisis in Camp Ashraf where her father is based. Other members followed suit, writing to the UN for help. The mass COVID-19 outbreak in the camp is not being investigated, monitored or treated and worried families are denied news of their loved ones, and have no way to help them. This dire situation is echoed in another post by Mehr News which reports that Albania’s first case of the UK Virus Variant has been detected in a MEK member admitted to Tirana’s Mother Theresa Hospital. This is unsurprising of course, because MEK members travel frequently without hindrance all over Europe and back. Except Maryam Rajavi who, according to Olsi Jazexhi and Gjergji Thanasi, has yet again been denied a visa to enter France after being expelled from the EU in 2018.

++ Mazda Parsi in Nejat Bloggers points out that MEK’s relocation to Albania brought the cult into the focus of European journalists. Those who tried to investigate were confronted with MEK violence and defamation. Still the MEK base was exposed as a click farm disseminating false and misleading information and trolling social media accounts with their own fake personalities. More than any other European or North American journalists, Albanians Jazexhi and Thanasi have come under vicious attack by the MEK. It is they who have exposed the MEK’s behaviour in their country and their government and security services’ complicity. Parsi sums it up:

“The two Albanian journalists may have put a very accurate conclusion to all reports on the MEK cult-like establishment when they compare members inside the group’s camp to Khashoggi — Jamal Ahmad Khashoggi the Saudi Arabian dissident, author, who was murdered at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October 2018 by agents of the Saudi government. ‘Such a big increase in death rate shows that death is a routine in the [MEK] camp like eating breakfast or lunch’, Thanasi says. They assert that they are aware that most MEK members have no blood on their hands and they are just some ‘poor fellows who wastes their lives for thirty years or more’. It seems that the MEK as a mass entity is considered as a no-news and no-go zone for the Albanian authorities but members of the MEK are some forgotten individuals with no rights as human beings. Their health condition and wellbeing are being ignored by their cruel leaders and also Albanian officials.”

++ Iran’s reaction to the jailing of its diplomat Assadollah Asadi in Europe was reported by Mehr News. Iran believes the plot to frame Assadi was designed by Mossad. A Foreign Ministry spokesman said that “The West’s support for the anti-Iran terrorist group of the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq Organisation (MKO), showed once again itself in the form of convicting an Iranian diplomat by the name of Assadollah Assadi, on baseless charges to 20 years in prison.”

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MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

MEK Problem For Albania Not IranAnne Khodabandeh (Singleton), The Iranian, October 20 2020:… From deep inside its rabbit hole in Albania the MEK has created yet another Alice in Wonderland style fairy tale about Iranian spies and agents coming to get them. In doing so, Maryam Rajavi reminds us exactly why the European Union expelled her and her lieutenants from Europe and sent her into exile in Albania. The MEK presence – a magnet for trouble – presents an unacceptable national security risk to any country. MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran. 

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MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

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MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

MEK Troll Camp In Albania

From deep inside its rabbit hole in Albania the MEK has created yet another Alice in Wonderland style fairy tale about Iranian spies and agents coming to get them. In doing so, Maryam Rajavi reminds us exactly why the European Union expelled her and her lieutenants from Europe and sent her into exile in Albania. The MEK presence – a magnet for trouble – presents an unacceptable national security risk to any country. From bomb plots in Paris and Belgium, the assassination of their own man Mohammad Reza Kolahi in the Netherlands, mysterious assassinations of other MEK critics, a violent attack outside the European Parliament, and self-immolations, the MEK are implicated in many violent incidents on European territory. In 2018, their presence finally became untenable. Sadly, Albania, under the American heel, is now forced to host this dangerous group.

Albanian based MEK terrorists threat to security of EU Parliament says Ana Gomes MEP

And with this latest statement, Rajavi also reminds us of the damage the MEK has already caused to Albanian civic life and its institutions. It appears that many Albanian politicians, police and the security services have become enthralled by the MEK mind control methodology. Not only has MEK unduly influenced Albanian foreign policy against Iran, the cult has also exerted unaccountable influence over the country’s internal security, without doubt using American pressure as backing.

Here’s an example: In recent days, Albanian police arrested an Iranian man, Bijan Pooladrag, with links to the MEK. The MEK immediately issued a statement disowning him and labelled him “an agent of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS)”. In fact, according to eyewitnesses Pooladrag was arrested straight after coming out of the MEK offices in Tirana where he had gone to get his salary. This is because, although still working for MEK, he refused to live inside their camp. In special circumstances and on a needs-must basis MEK allows members to live outside the compound on condition that they do not speak publicly about their experiences with MEK. The financial allowance they give is conditional on the subject continuing to work for MEK on computer messaging and trolling.

MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

MEK Members Arrested In Albania

The arrest came about when Pooladrag’s landlady and her daughter became suspicious that he was using their phones and computers without their knowledge. The Prosecution case states that he is “suspected of committing the criminal offense of ‘Illegal interception of computer data’, ‘Interference in computer data’, ‘Misuse of equipment’ and ‘Interference in computer systems’ provided by Articles 293 / a, b, c, of the Criminal Code.” Pooladrag allegedly utilized unauthorised phones to open accounts on Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger and Telegram, which were used in Farsi language. This exactly matches with the MEK demand that members like Pooladrag who live outside the camp continue with social media work to get paid. It is also clear to those who know him that Pooladrag is not computer literate enough to set up his own networks and systems. These will have been done for him by MEK at some stage. Clearly, Pooladrag was engaged in clicking for Heshmat Alavi.

For the absence of doubt, Pooladrag is a hardcore MEK member. He was injured in the September 1st massacre in 2013 in Iraq (number 24 on this list) as one of the 100 special members tasked with holding Camp Ashraf, willing to die for their leader. Since arriving in Albania, although he lives outside the camp, Pooladrag has made no attempt to contact his family in Iran (number 34 on this list), a requirement of MEK membership. His sister is still searching for contact.

According to former MEK members who knew Pooladrag, he was warned several times by MEK about his behaviour outside the camp. He was told ‘you can’t go to the seaside and post ‘naked’ pictures of yourself and expect us not to do something’. It seems that MEK have involved SHISH to set him up for punishment. Ironically, the punishment for these alleged crimes in Albania is 7 years imprisonment. The same sentence with which the courts of Saddam Hussein threatened those who wanted to leave MEK – seven years in Abu Ghraib prison for entering Iraq illegally. Interesting how quickly and seamlessly the Albanian judicial system has taken over this role of punishing MEK’s enemies.

Anyone who thinks that the MEK’s words are not full of lies and misinformation is sadly naive. MEK is one of those strange entities that not only invent their own conspiracy theories but wholeheartedly believe in them too.

Evidence of MEK influence over police behaviour can also be found in the statement about Pooladrag. As though to deliberately confuse the issue, among its list of “MOIS agents” who live in Albania, MEK has included one Italian Iranian Daniel Kasraei who is well known as a MEK go between, deported back to Italy for ‘spying’. However, the others listed are genuine former members of MEK, who have since denounced the group for its human rights abuses. Their backgrounds are interesting of themselves. Take the case of Ehsan Bidi. The MEK claim he was deported earlier this year. In fact, Bidi was, at the behest of the MEK, subject to illegal detention for a year, illegal trafficking by Albanian police over the Greek border in August this year, followed by a hasty return to Tirana with an apology by the chief of police after lawyers intervened. He was happily living in Tirana with his friends until the MEK again issued a statement on October 14th that Bidi had been deported. Three days later, Albania’s police again placed Bidi in a detention centre “for a few days” and asked him to sign deportation papers. The MEK’s interference in the internal situation of Albania is becoming untenable.

Another former MEK member mentioned in the statement is Hassan Heyrani who, according to the MEK, ‘hangs out’ at a café in Tirana. In fact, Heyrani is manager of the Faranak Café. Like Ehsan Bidi, Heyrani represents the MEK’s worst nightmare: a former member who is successfully recovered and standing on their own feet, working and living a free life since escaping the cult.

MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

Saddam’s Private Army In Albania

Since Ehsan Bidi was freed, another former member has been targeted by MEK for police intervention. Gholamreza Shekari, again arrested solely on claims made by the MEK of criminal activity, has been detained since September while investigations take place. MEK’s accusation of ‘people trafficking’ is corrected by Olsi Jazexhi – a well-known media personality and historian who has been following the MEK’s activities since their arrival in his country in 2016 – “Golam Shekari did not send the Iranian refugee to the borders of Albania. He sent him to a bus station”.

Elsewhere Jazexhi says Rajavi has “declared war on any Iranian that steps in Albania” and has had influence over the deportation of 80 Iranians from the country. Ironically, Rajavi has said nothing about the arrest of two Iranians at Rinas Airport two days previously, attempting to smuggle £30,000 in old £20 notes on a flight to Luton, UK. Anyone who knows anything about MEK knows, of course, that it is standard MEK activity to transfer large amounts of cash from place to place for money laundering purposes. We do not know for certain that they are linked to MEK, but there is no other reason the organisation has not spoken a word about them, while demonising any and every other Iranian who has set foot inside the country.

As usual, the MEK reveal much more about themselves and their current predicament in their public statements than they realise or intend. There is a sense of desperation to recent MEK outpourings. In the run up to the US Presidential election, and amidst the devastation wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, nobody is paying attention to them at all. Isolated and abandoned in a small country, Maryam Rajavi has tried to push the US to force the EU to allow her to go back to Paris or Brussels for even just a couple of hours to show she is still welcome there. This has been rejected. The EU contact simply advised, ‘take them to Washington’. Documents were put on the table showing cases of the MEK working for the Americans against the EU – the assassination of Kolahi in the Netherlands, the false flag Paris bomb threat and payments to the extreme right-wing VOX party in Spain.

Faced with this failure to re-enter Europe, Rajavi has resorted to using another layer of MEK loyalists – those posing as independent analysts – to keep her cult relevant. This explains the flurry of shock revelations promoted by MEK veterans Ali SafaviAlireza Jafarzadeh and Sona Samsami in the USA. The use of Arab News to launch this campaign signals that not only is Rajavi desperate for attention but that the Saudis are very concerned about a Biden victory which would put a halt to the free rein enjoyed under Trump. The mercenary MEK are happy to jump on this bandwagon as a means to trumpet their presence in the anti-Iran regime change political arena.

This contrasts with actual MEK activity in Albania where it is clear they are resigned to remaining. Information from inside the camp reveals that a public relations department has been formed from the so-called Leadership Council which has been tasked with distributing goods to the local population around the camp. The Mayor of Durres is being ‘bought’ as the Mayor of Auvers sur Oise was ‘bought’ previously. Locals are being recruited as the MEK are gaining control over the Durres citizenry.

The Secrets Behind Auvers sur Oise – Documentary

However, in the last analysis it may be too late for the MEK to exert control over the external environment. From inside the camp, word is that the body of the camp is in chaos. Every day people are shouting and screaming and rebelling. They imprison someone and next day someone else kicks off. Dissent is getting out of hand. And the more this happens the more they are moving people into the centre of the camp so they won’t be heard or seen from the outside. Layers of surveillance and security are in place to prevent outbreaks of trouble.

Certainly, as bad as things for her in the outside world, Maryam Rajavi’s worst threat is coming from her disaffected membership. With nothing but punishments and crackdowns to offer and no political wins to boast of beyond self-publicity, it is hard to see how she can recover the morale of the members. And as a lot of political leaders are discovering now, once you lose the trust of your people to lead you, there is nowhere to hide and nowhere to go but down.

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MEK Problem For Albania Not Iran

MEK Propaganda Message: Death to Diplomacy 

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