MEK Deceived Irish Parliament – MP apologises

MEK Deceived Irish Parliament – MP apologises

MEK Deceived Irish Parliament - MP apologisesHugh O’Connell, Irish Independent, June 01 2021:… “The invitation and correspondence I received in relation to the event did not make any reference to the [MEK], nor was I ever aware or made aware of any link between the event and this organisation. “I apologise for any link, no matter how remote, unwitting or inadvertent, to any such organisation. The invitation made no such reference and my motivation was entirely about the advancement of women’s rights on International Women’s Day in a country where women’s rights  are very considerably behind where we would hope they would be.” MEK Deceived Irish Parliament – MP apologises

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MEK Deceived Irish Parliament – MP apologises

Jennifer Carroll MacNeill apologises for address to ‘cult-like’ Iranian group Mujahedin-e-Khalq

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MEK Deceived Irish Parliament - MP apologises

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Fine Gael TD Jennifer Carroll MacNeill has apologised for delivering an address to a “cult-like” Iranian dissident organisation that has been linked to terrorism.

Ms Carroll MacNeill addressed an online event hosted by the People’s Mujahedin of Iran on March 8 to mark International Women’s Day (IWD).

The People’s Mujahedin of Iran, or MEK (Mujahedin-e Khalq), which is committed to overthrowing Iran’s Islamic Republic, has been described as a cult by disaffected former members and was once designated as a terrorist organisation by the US and UK.

 The UN’s Committee Against Torture has previously said the MEK has been “involved in terrorist activities and is therefore a less legitimate replacement for the current regime”. Ms Carroll MacNeill spoke at the event on the issue of human rights and expressed solidarity with “brave, brave Iranian women who have been actively taking part in and standing at the forefront of the anti-regime protests”.

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Speaking to the Sunday Independent, Ms Carroll MacNeill said she had been asked by a constituent to speak at an online parliamentary conference to celebrate IWD.

“The event was attended by many other European parliamentarians and was in recognition of Iranian women’s fight for gender equality,” she said.

“The invitation and correspondence I received in relation to the event did not make any reference to the [MEK], nor was I ever aware or made aware of any link between the event and this organisation.

“I apologise for any link, no matter how remote, unwitting or inadvertent, to any such organisation. The invitation made no such reference and my motivation was entirely about the advancement of women’s rights on International Women’s Day in a country where women’s rights  are very considerably behind where we would hope they would be.”

In her address to the conference, the Dún Laoghaire TD also referenced Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney’s engagement with the Iranian government in recent months as part of Ireland’s membership of the UN Security Council. She said Mr Coveney had asked her to inform the conference that in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif in Tehran in March he raised “a whole range of human rights issues, issues [that are] anathema to our foreign minister and to our Irish parliament, that there is, for example, no law on domestic violence and that the age of maturity of criminal responsibility for girls in Iran is nine, whereas it’s 15 for boys”.

Mr Coveney was last week criticised by one of his own colleagues, backbencher John Paul Phelan, for “cosying up” up to the Iranian regime having twice met with the foreign minister in recent months. Mr Phelan said Mr Coveney appeared to be “fawning” over Mr Zarif when he visited Dublin earlier this month and questioned how his Fine Gael colleague could “justify soft-soaping the Iranians in the midst of what’s going on in Palestine and Israel” and given Hamas’s stated goal of destroying the state of Israel.

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Orjola Pampuri former MP, Lobbyist for MEK in Albania, invited to help families

Orjola Pampuri former MP, Lobbyist for MEK in Albania, invited to help familiesSorayya Abdollahi,  Nejat society, Tehran, July 07 2020:… According to a website of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult), you have made a speech as an MP (even though you had resigned in 2019) for “the International Online Conference on Freedom and Democracy in Iran” on June 20, 2020, in an online conference held connecting about 2,000 locations around the world … We have just one humanitarian and rightful request. Since you have a close relation with the MEK and Maryam Rajavi, would you kindly act as an intermediary for the families, in particular the elderly mothers, to get in touch with their loved ones so we can at least, in the last days of our lives, hear their voice after the long decades. Orjola Pampuri former MP, Lobbyist for MEK in Albania, invited to help families 

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Orjola Pampuri former MP, Lobbyist for MEK in Albania, invited to help families

Mothers, the forgotten victims of MEK, respond to Orjola Pampuri Former Member of the Albanian Parliament

Orjola Pampuri former MP, Lobbyist for MEK in Albania, invited to help families

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Ms. Pampuri, former MP

Greetings and kind regards,

Sorayya Abdollahi

Ms. Sorayya Abdollahi

According to a website of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult), you have made a speech as an MP (even though you had resigned in 2019) for “the International Online Conference on Freedom and Democracy in Iran” on June 20, 2020, in an online conference held connecting about 2,000 locations around the world.

In your political message you addressed the people of Iran and showed your sympathy for them to the best of your knowledge. However, it appears you are not fully aware of the real situation of the MEK members in your own country, their estranged families and how much suffering they have endured for not having contact between loved ones for decades.

We are mothers of the Rajavi cult members. They are trapped in the MEK camp in Albania with no access to the outside world and they are banned from contacting their families. We wish to bring this painful situation to your attention.

We wish to draw your attention to the cultic practices imposed inside the camp and ask you to learn more about this from former members, the families and the critics of the MEK. If the MEK officials can connect 2000 locations at once, why can’t they arrange for their members to call their families?

The truth is that the MEK, like all other destructive mind control cults, has the following characteristics:
1. Suppressing critical thinking about the leader and the cult by the members, or even by outsiders, in the harshest possible way (no criticism);
2. Isolating members from the outside world, in particular their family and friends (no contact);
3. Penalizing the members for even thinking about leaving (no exit);
4. Seeking inappropriate loyalty to their leaders which means the members are practically the possessions of the leaders Massoud and Maryam Rajavi (modern slavery);
5. Denying the formation of family units (no marriage, no children, no family relations – mothers, fathers, spouses, offspring are considered as the main enemies, even more than the Iranian government);
6. Imposing strict boundaries of behavior (perverting normal emotional responses and spiritual beliefs and denying personal ownership);
7. Perversion from mainstream religious practices and imposing invented cultic doctrines outside actual scripture (under the guise of modern Shiite Islam).

We have just one humanitarian and rightful request. Since you have a close relation with the MEK and Maryam Rajavi, would you kindly act as an intermediary for the families, in particular the elderly mothers, to get in touch with their loved ones so we can at least, in the last days of our lives, hear their voice after the long decades.

Sorayya Abdollahi, on behalf of “Mothers, the forgotten victims of MEK”

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open LetterAtefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, July 02 2020:… The websites affiliated to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, or Rajavi cult) have published an article titled ‘An open letter from a number of members of the MEK in Ashraf 3 in Manza to the Albanian officials’ on June 24, 2020, signed by a number of cult members. The focus of the cult members’ attack is “an Albanian-language website called Gazeta Impakt”. The crime committed by this site apparently is that it reflects the desires of the suffering families of the members of the Rajavi cult to communicate with their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania. Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter 

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Rajavi cult (MEK, MKO) reveals its own nature in an open letter

Review of the open letter of some members of the MEK to Albanian officials

The websites affiliated to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, or Rajavi cult) have published an article titled ‘An open letter from a number of members of the MEK in Ashraf 3 in Manza to the Albanian officials’ on June 24, 2020, signed by a number of cult members.

Reviewing this open letter reveals some facts about the reactionary nature of the leaders of the Rajavi cult. In the letter, along with dealing with various irrelevant topics, the main problem of the cult is mentioned.

The focus of the cult members’ attack is “an Albanian-language website called Gazeta Impakt”. The crime committed by this site apparently is that it reflects the desires of the suffering families of the members of the Rajavi cult to communicate with their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania.

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Seemingly, this very big crime is enough to threaten the cultic attitude and authoritarian system of the Rajavi cult so that it considers Gazeta Impakt’s coverage as a big security conspiracy against the residents of the isolated and remote camp of the MEK in Albania, and therefore asks the Albanian judiciary to prosecute and suppress this site and its management. The site has been measured by the cult as endangering the security of the MEK.

Atefeh Nadalian
Atefeh Nadalian

The letter addressed to Albanian officials, in an authoritative tone, complains against civil activist Olsi Jazexhi, lawyer Migena Balla, and journalist Gjergji Thanasi about why these people in Albania have freedom of expression, and why they are not like some corrupt officials serving the Mafia and the MEK, or rather the US Embassy in Tirana.

According to the cult, these people have other crimes as well. They have also sympathized with the former MEK members in Albania, who the MEK and the Albanian government are trying to pressurize. And they have expressed their sympathies for the family of Somayeh Mohammadi and other families who have arrived in Albania.

This letter clearly reveals the nature and image of the MEK. Suppose that Massoud and Maryam Rajavi get to rule in Iran and a person or a site states something that they do not like, then what happens? The person will definitely be called a terrorist and their action judged as a conspiracy against security, and then the person will be prosecuted and condemned.

When elderly mothers, fathers, and spouses who simply want to communicate with their loved ones in the Rajavi cult’s camp in Albania are called terrorists, who can be considered not a terrorist by the leaders of the cult?

When the actions of three ordinary Albanian citizens, expressing compassion and reflecting the wishes of the suffering families and former members are called terrorism, what sort of action would not be considered terrorism?

And when the MEK shows so much weakness and resentment against the rightful demands of the families and does not tolerate it and reacts hysterically, what kind of people’s demands of human rights and justice will it recognize and accept?

Fortunately, the leaders of the Rajavi cult are increasingly revealing their cultic and dictatorial nature.

Atefeh Nadalian 

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According to several websites of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO), an open letter dated June 23, 2020 has been written by a number of organization members, who are based in the MEK camp in Manza, to some Albanian officials.

In this letter the coronavirus outbreak in Tehran and other parts of Iran was dramatized and then used as a conclusive excuse for dismissing the MEK members’ families’ applications for visas to travel to Albania to visit their loved ones who are trapped in the MEK camp. How is it that the outbreak of the virus has so far not been an obstacle to frequent visits by MEK officials between Albania, Italy, France, and other places?

The letter refers to the families’ petition with more than 11250 signatures “Urging Albanian government to let the families contact their loved ones in the MEK camp” and irrationally label their request a terrorist conspiracy. No one has yet discovered that the disease can spread through an audio or visual call with their family.

It should be mentioned that the families’ applying for visas to visit Albania goes back to at least two years before the outbreak of the corona pandemic. Some families actually managed to go to Tirana and approached the MEK residence, trying to learn about the situation of their loved ones, but they were harassed by the MEK guards and unfortunately the Albanian police did not support the families.

This letter was signed by:

Alireza Balali
Mahmood Saadat
Farzin Hashemi
Abbas Golrezan
Mehri Saadat
Parvaneh Rabiey Abbasi
Hamid Reza Noori
Mostafa Ghaedi
Jafar Mamlooki
Khalil Hajhoseini
Ali Asghar Eslami
Reza Salami
Sadegh Keyhan
Shokuh Ghasemi
Tayebeh Yeganeh
Mohamad Jafar Najafi
Nahid Saadat
Mohammad Hassan Bagherzadeh
Mohammad Reza Bagherzadeh
Mostafa Forooghi
Vahid Dowlatshahi Araghi
Gholamreza Ghadery

We immediately informed their families that some vital signs were finally observed from their loved ones, which made them very happy indeed. But they were puzzled by the idea that if they are allowed to write to the Albanian officials, why they are not permitted to write to their own families to relieve them of worry? Unfortunately we had no answer to that. We wished more names had been mentioned.

Over one thousand families have written to their loved ones and published these letters in cyberspace with photos and contact numbers with the hope that it would reach them. This has surely reached the MEK officials. The same could easily be done by the MEK members for their families and there was no need to trouble the Albanian officials.

This letter after saying a lot about everything and everywhere, which is not our concern at all, puts a suggestion as follows:

We have asked the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights to send an international fact-finding mission to Iran in the presence of the UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights situation on Iran and our representatives to meet with families in Iran and to publish its report for the knowledge of the public.

Nejat Society, on behalf of the suffering families of the MEK members in Albania, most warmly welcomes this proposal and would be more than happy to be the host of any person or organization wishing to meet the families in Iran and publish a report, provided they also be able to take the families’ letters to their loved ones and meet them in MEK camp in Albania and bring back their replies.

The good thing is that the MEK is not worried for the UN representatives travelling to Iran and visiting countless number of families in the prevalence of the coronavirus. Referring to the MEK proposal, would they be ready to let the suggested party into their camp accompanied with the old mothers and fathers?

Years ago we handed over a great number of letters from the families to the ICRC to be taken to Ashraf garrison in Iraq. This never happened and the letters were brought back after some months. The ICRC official finally said that he could manage take letters to Bagram prison in Afghanistan for al-Qaeda members, but he is so sorry that he could not take any letters to the inhabitants of the MEK camp.

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