Prosecuting MKO Terrorists Through Intl. Legal Channels

Prosecuting MKO Terrorists Through Intl. Legal Channels

Prosecuting MKO Terrorists Through Intl. Legal ChannelsPress TV, Tehran, March 21 2021:… These people are former members of the most notorious anti-Iran terrorist group, known as the MKO or Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization. They fled the group years ago after spending two decades in the MKO under duress. They have now filed a lawsuit at an Iranian court against leaders of the terror group, namely Masoud and Maryam Rajavi. The 42 individuals claim damages and compensation in connection with imprisonment, torture and deprivation of their rights exercised by the terror group. Prosecuting MKO Terrorists  

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Prosecuting MKO Terrorists Through Intl. Legal Channels

MKO terrorists to be prosecuted through intl. legal channels

Yusef Jalali

Press TV, Tehran

These people are former members of the most notorious anti-Iran terrorist group, known as the MKO or Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization. They fled the group years ago after spending two decades in the MKO under duress. They have now filed a lawsuit at an Iranian court against leaders of the terror group, namely Masoud and Maryam Rajavi.

The 42 individuals claim damages and compensation in connection with imprisonment, torture and deprivation of their rights exercised by the terror group.

The court issued the verdict, which confirms all of the charges.

The MKO has carried out a series of bombings and assassinations against Iran and fought alongside Iraqi forces in the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war.

Official figures in Iran report that out of 17,000 terror victims in the country, 12,000 of them were killed by the MKO terrorists.

In 2012, the terror group was relocated from an American military base in Iraq to Albania and France after the US and Europe delisted the group as a terrorist organization.

The anti-Iran cult now enjoys freedom of activity in the US and Europe and holds regular meetings with American and European officials.

The verdict now allows the plaintiffs to take their complaint to international courts, where they can hope that France and Albania would hand over the criminals to Iran.

Ask any Iranian about the MKO and you would hear the word Monafeqin, the Persian word for hypocrites. Now as Monafeqin enjoy full support by the West, former MKO members say it is unlikely that France and Albania cooperate and extradite the terrorists, but that would prove the West’s double standards on the issue of terrorism.

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Dead Rajavi Raving Mad Iran Interlink, March 12 2021:… Rajavi statement, or rather rant, starts with by challenging Khamenei, Rouhani and Raisi; “I invite you, if you dare, to attend an international court case with me”. Many Farsi commentators say ‘What court case? Rajavi has forgotten he is either dead or at least has gone missing for two decades!’ Straight after that Rajavi rants “we will kill you all, we will hang all the mullahs, we will come to Iran” etc. . Massoud Khodabandeh Tweeted that it is unusual for a person to go mad after they have died! . Dead Rajavi Raving Mad  

Dead Rajavi Raving Mad at International CourtThe investigation into the complaints of 42 former members of the Mojahedin Khalq against the senior members of the group has begun

Dead Rajavi Raving Mad – Iran Interlink Weekly Digest – Mar 12, 2021

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Iran Interlink Weekly Digest Mojahedin Khalq MEK NCRI Rajavi cult++ Iran is holding a court hearing to look into complaints filed by a group of 42 former MEK members from around the world. Because of this, MEK has panicked and issued a statement from Massod Rajavi which has backfired badly. The statement, or rather rant, starts with by challenging Khamenei, Rouhani and Raisi; “I invite you, if you dare, to attend an international court case with me”. Many Farsi commentators say ‘What court case? Rajavi has forgotten he is either dead or at least has gone missing for two decades!’ Straight after that Rajavi rants “we will kill you all, we will hang all the mullahs, we will come to Iran”. These are the same things he said when he was backed by Saddam, as if he is backed in the same way now. In the third part Rajavi, as usual, attacks the ex-members for exposing his crimes, repeating the same thing as he has for the last forty years; “you are worse than the enemy because you betrayed me. We will kill you first, before the mullahs, etc”. Massoud Khodabandeh Tweeted that it is unusual for a person to go mad after they have died!

++ To mark International Women’s Day, several female ex-MEK members wrote about their memories and experiences in the MEK. In another realm, in a spectacular display of utter contempt for Iranian people, this year VOA Persian vastly outdid the Saudi-run Iran International TV, and broadcast part of Maryam Rajavi’s message for Women’s Day. This prompted a lot of criticism from inside America. ‘We thought now Biden has come, he can’t do worse than Trump. We were wrong.’ VOA is paid for by taxpayers and controlled by the State Department. American commentators say this should be investigated. How did Maryam Rajavi end up on this channel? Other Iranians comment ‘VOA didn’t promote Maryam Rajavi, it just put America in its actual place’.

++ Every year for Chahar Shanbe Suri Rajavi spits into the wind telling the Iranian people (who actually live in Iran), ‘the regime will fall, come out and fight’. And every year nothing happens. Rajavi is banking on the fact that people use fireworks to celebrate. But her declarations simply illustrate what a blunt tool MEK is for foreign powers that she is shouting about this again.

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++ Concern about the disappearance of former MEK member Hadi Sani Khani has dominated the English speaking news and commentary. Khani made the mistake of trusting the MEK to keep their word when throughout its history the cult has shown time and time again that it knows no moral, legal or rational bounds. After trafficking Khani to Paris from Tirana, he disappeared. Friends and family of Khani have demanded a police investigation into his case in France. Albanian historian and activist Olsi Jazexhi pointed out that Khani was trained in terrorism while with MEK and his presence in the EU should be a concern. Subsequently, he reported that two European security agencies are in Albania collecting evidence and have questioned Maryam Rajavi.

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EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson Asked To Look Into The MEK Problem In Albania

EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson Ebrahim KhodabandehEbrahim Khodabandeh, Nejat Society, February 20 2021:… Ebrahim Khodabandeh, CEO of Nejat Society, Iran, wrote a letter to the European Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson, calling on her to raise with the Albanian authorities the issue of abuse of the most basic human rights of members and former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) in Albania. EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson Asked To Look Into The MEK Problem In Albania 

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EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson Asked To Look Into The MEK Problem In Albania 

Letter from the CEO of Nejat Society to the European Commissioner for Home Affairs

Ebrahim Khodabandeh, CEO of Nejat Society, Iran, wrote a letter to the European Commissioner for Home Affairs, Ylva Johansson, calling on her to raise with the Albanian authorities the issue of abuse of the most basic human rights of members and former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) in Albania.

EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson Ebrahim Khodabandeh

EU Commissioner Ylva Johansson – Nejat Society CEO Ebrahim Khodabandeh

The text of the letter is as follows:

Ms Ylva Johansson
European Commissioner for Home Affairs
Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 200
1049 Brussels
Belgium
cab-johansson-contact@ec.europa.eu
Friday 19 February 2021

Greetings and kind regards,
I was informed that you are going to Albania today for a two-day visit and that you are meeting with high-ranking Albanian officials about the country’s entry into the European Union. Visiting the Greek border with Albania is also included in your schedule.

On behalf of the suffering families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) in Albania, I would like to inform you that this organization, which is run as a destructive mind control cult led by Massoud and Maryam Rajavi, was transferred to Albania in 2016 and the members are held in a remote and isolated camp in Manzë, in Durrës county, western Albania.

Members of the Rajavi cult do not have the right to communicate with their families due to the cultic internal relations, and some of their elderly mothers and fathers have been kept unaware of the situation of their loved ones in the MEK for decades. Not only have they not been allowed any meetings and have not heard their children’s voices, but they have not even received any message from them.

Last year, a petition to the Albanian government was organized by these families at Change.org – which was signed in a matter of weeks by more than 11,250 relatives, friends and acquaintances of the residents in the MEK camp in Albania – calling for the possibility of getting in touch with them and learning about their health and welfare.

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Hundreds of separate letters have been sent by families to various Albanian government officials, including Prime Minister Edi Rama, but no response has been received. At the request of the MEK leaders, the Albanian government does not grant visas to Iranian nationals to visit the country, so they cannot pursue their demands on the spot through the judiciary there.

Some MEK members have now left the cult but are under severe financial pressure because they are not supported by the Albanian government or the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, and do not have identity documents, work permits or refugee status. The Rajavi Cult’s goal, in cooperation with the Albanian government, is to force them to follow the MEK’s demands. The leaders of the organization also threatened to kill these individuals and the Albanian citizens and journalists who helped them, and have waged psychological warfare against them, and in some cases created legal problems for them.

With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus pandemic, families have become increasingly concerned about their children’s welfare. Dozens of members of the organization have reportedly died from the disease in recent weeks. Communal living and the lack of access by health officials to the camp have created dangerous conditions for the members.

Albanian public opinion, especially among the residents of Manzë and Durrës, is very concerned about the presence of a terrorist organization in their territory; a group which has been expelled from Iraq for activities that contravened national security there, and which now has an open hand to operate in their country. Many media outlets and human rights activists in Albania have warned of the presence of this terrorist cult, which violates even the most basic rights of its own members.

During this period, suspicious killings took place inside the MEK camp, including the death of Malek Shara’i, but unfortunately the local police were kept from pursuing their investigations. There is also information that the MEK is involved in organized crime in Albania, including money laundering and human trafficking, as well as weapons and drugs smuggling.

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Two years ago, Mostafa Mohammadi and his wife, Canadian citizens, went to Tirana to visit their daughter, Somayeh Mohammadi, who is in the MEK camp. They were beaten by elements of the Rajavi cult, and unfortunately not only were their complaints not dealt with, but they were expelled from the country and could not return and pursue the matter through the judiciary.

When visiting the Greek border with Albania, please keep in mind that Ehsan Bidi, a former member of the MEK, was taken to the Greek border without any charges after a year of illegal detention for refusing to cooperate with the organization. He was rescued with the help of other former members, human rights activists and lawyers. He is being held in illegal detention again.

The cases of Ehsan Bidi and Mostafa Mohammadi and Malek Shara’i and dozens of other cases and the suspicious murders that were left uninvestigated show, above all, the corruption of the police, the judiciary and even the media, that Albania is now a safe haven for criminals. And now terrorists have arrived on European soil.

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I urge you, as a European Union official, to ask the Albanian government and authorities in your meetings what their response is to the families of the members of the MEK in Albania. Why should the MEK be able to cut off its members from the outside world, especially their families? Why do they not have the right to leave the camp, the right to marry and start a family, and the right to a personal and individual life?

I am eagerly awaiting your response.
Ebrahim Khodabandeh
Nejat Society CEO
Tehran, Iran

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