The Forbidden Internet Room

The Forbidden Internet Room

The Forbidden Internet RoomMazda Parsi, Nejat Society, January 08 2021:… Former member of the MEK, Bakhshali Alizadeh, speaks of a room in the MEK’s base called “the Internet Room” with a big no entry sign and the written phrase in Persian: Entry is absolutely forbidden. “The room was only authorized for a few people”, he says. “These few members had to keep everything they saw there a secret. So, their self-criticism sessions were held separately.” The Forbidden Internet Room 

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The Internet Shutdown, Violation of Human Rights in the MEK 

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Huge screens that show Maryam Rajavi in the video conferences in the halls of Camp Ashraf 3 in Albania and hundreds of monitors that demonstrate the online audience of the conference from all over the world are signs of the well-funded complicated Internet system used by the Mujahedin Khalq’s propaganda machine. But you may never believe that the rank and file of the MEK do not know how to work with a smart phone. They have no access to the Internet as a core pillar of everyday life.

In fact, information control is one important sign of destructive cults. In order to control the information, the cult leaders practice deception by deliberately withholding or distorting information, and or lying. They minimize or discourage access to other sources of information (TV, internet, former members, and so on). They make extensive use of cult-generated information and propaganda. In the Cult of Rajavi, the only accessible source of information is the group’s TV channel, Sima-ye Azadi and the internal bulletins.

The Forbidden Internet Room

Bakhshali Alizadeh, speaks of a room in the MEK’s base called “the Internet Room” with a big no entry sign and the written phrase in Persian: Entry is absolutely forbidden

Former member of the MEK, Bakhshali Alizadeh, speaks of a room in the MEK’s base called “the Internet Room” with a big no entry sign and the written phrase in Persian: Entry is absolutely forbidden. “The room was only authorized for a few people”, he says. “These few members had to keep everything they saw there a secret. So, their self-criticism sessions were held separately.”

According to the document issued by the Office of Human Rights High Commissioner of the United Nations (OHCHR), published in April 2021, the Internet shutdown can violate human rights. In cases that the shutdown of the Internet is neither legal nor necessary, shutdowns violate the rights to freedom of expression and to peaceful assembly and freedom of association under Articles 19, 21 and 22, of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).

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The document reads, “Given that the internet is now used to enjoy a wide range of rights, including health, work, and education, shutdowns are a blunt approach that is almost invariably disproportionate. Smaller scale restrictions, such as denials of service, are often discriminatory…Shutdowns thus can significantly increase marginalization and social and economic inequalities.”

Therefor, it is not implausible that an ordinary member of the MEK has to try hard to get adopted with the high-tech smart phones and other communication devices in the outside world after leaving the Cult of Rajavi.

Based on the OHCHR’s document, titled “Internet Shutdown and human Rights”, states, regional and international organizations can help stop discrimination and human rights violation in the communities that the Internet has been banned. They should engage with authorities, pay attention to community reports and respond promptly when shutdowns occur. In case of the MEK, today there are numerous testimonies presented by former members of the group as well as investigated reports published by independent journalists on the life inside the MEK.

Moreover, families of the rank and file of the MEK living in Iran are the most significant witnesses for the Internet shutdown inside the MEK. The reason is clear. Despite their longtime efforts in order to contact their loved ones in the MEK, they have not been able to visit them or talk to them on the phone during the past decades.

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Families have no way except publishing text or video messages on the Internet including Nejat Society’s website, in the hope that their loved one in the Cult of Rajavi will see their messages someday. Bakhshali Alizadeh asserts that Nejat society’s website is checked by those specific MEK agents in the Internet room of camp Ashraf 3, every day. “They see all messages sent by families on Nejat website but they are forced to keep silent about them. They should not tell the member that his or her family is looking forward to see him or her” he says.

Therefore, it seems that the legal duty of the Albanian government and the regional and international human rights bodies requires them to conform their actions to stop violation of human rights in the MEK’s camp aiding the rank and file of the group reach the outside world via the Internet and other communication tools.

By Mazda Parsi

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MEK Hostages In Albania Need Help. Olsi Jazexhi Interviews FamiliesOlsi Jazexhi, October 10 2020:… Olsi Jazexhi talks to families of Akbar Khosravi, Mohammadreza Farajipoor and Bahman Mohammadnejad. They are soldiers of the Mojaheden el Halk (Mujahedin-e Khalq, aka MEK, MKO, NCRI, Saddam’s Private Army)organization, an ex-terrorist organization which is hosted in Albania. Their leader, Maryam Rajavi and the MEK command do not allow their members to contact their families. They are kept in total isolation, brainwashed and radicalized to hate and want to do jihad against Iran. MEK Hostages In Albania Need Help. Olsi Jazexhi Interviews Families 

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Olsi Jazexhi talks to families of Akbar Khosravi, Mohammadreza Farajipoor and Bahman Mohammadnejad

Olsi Jazexhi Interviews Families

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi with MEK Families

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi talks to families of Akbar Khosravi, Mohammadreza Farajipoor and Bahman Mohammadnejad. They are soldiers of the Mojaheden el Halk (Mujahedin-e Khalq, aka MEK, MKO, NCRI, Saddam’s Private Army)organization, an ex-terrorist organization which is hosted in Albania. Their leader, Maryam Rajavi and the MEK command do not allow their members to contact their families. They are kept in total isolation, brainwashed and radicalized to hate and want to do jihad against Iran.

The Albanian government which supports and hosts MEK supports the tyrannical rule of #MaryamRajavi and #MEK in the isolation that it does to its members However, their families want to meet their loved ones, deradicalize them and make them go back home. In the following video Jaafar Khosravi wants to convey a message to his jihadi brother Akbar Khosravi who is kept in the MEK camp in Albania. Alireza Farajipoor, Dokhtar Farajipoor and Farangis Farajipoor want to convey a message to Mohammadreza Farajipoor who is also a jihadi soldier kept by Maryam Rajavi gang in the Manza Camp of MEK.

Mohammadreza Mohammadnejad and Zahra Torabi want also to convey a message to their brother Bahman Mohammednejad who is also held by Maryam Rajavi in the Manza jihadi camp of MEK. The Mojahedin organization which hates this video and family members of its soldiers is going to accuse and attack the host of this video Dr. Olsi Jazexhi of psychological torture against ‘the freedom fighters’ which Maryam Rajavi keeps in Albania, ready to do jihad and terrorism against Iran. However Olsi who is not afraid of MEK – #NCRI threats, blackmails and character assassinations campaigns interviews these Iranian families who want to convey messages to their family members who are being kept as hostages, radicalized and cult slaves by Maryam Rajavi jihadi gang in Albania.

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Families Ask For Access To Loved Ones In Albanian Camp

Families Ask For Access To Loved Ones In Albanian CampOlsi Jazexhi, September 23 2020:… Family of Mohammad Ali Maleki appeals to the Albanian government to allow Mohamed speak to his family. Mohammad Ali Maleki is a prisoner of war who is being held as slave soldier by Maryam Rajavi cult in Manza, Durres Albania. He was captured by the Mojaheden el Halk in 1988 and is until today being held by the #MaryamRajavi, #NCRI cult – ex-terrorist organization. In the following video several family members of Mohamad Ali try to speak to him and convince him abandon jihad and terrorism and return back to Iran. Families Ask For Access To Loved Ones In Albanian Camp

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Mohamed Ali Maleki’s family asks Albanian government @ Maryam Rajavi to let him speak to his family

Families Ask For Access To Loved Ones In Albanian CampIn the following video the family of Mohammad Ali Maleki appeals to the Albanian government to allow Mohamed speak to his family. Mohammad Ali Maleki is a prisoner of war who is being held as slave soldier by Maryam Rajavi cult in Manza, Durres Albania. He was captured by the Mojaheden el Halk in 1988 and is until today being held by the #MaryamRajavi, #NCRI cult – ex-terrorist organization. In the following video several family members of Mohamad Ali try to speak to him and convince him abandon jihad and terrorism and return back to Iran. The people in the interview are as follows: 1. Ms. Soghra Maleki (the elder sister). 2. Ms. Robabeh Maleki (the middle sister, my mother) 3. Ms. Reyhaneh Maleki ( the little sister) 4. Mr. Hossein Maleki (the elder brother) 5. Mr. Mahdi Maleki (the younger brother) 6. Amin and Zeynab Maleki (children of the eldest brother, Hassan). The person who translates for the family is Abalfazl Alamdar, nephew of Mohammad Ali. The family is located in the city of Firdaws in Horasan.

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Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My SonDr. Olsi Jazexhi, Youtube Channel, August 15 2020:…  Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh is an Iranian mojahedeen taken by MEK in 2002 (1381) when he was 21 years old. Now he is 38 years old. Not married. Kept in isolation as a jihadi by the Maryam Rajavi mojahedeen gang in Manza, Albania. His mother Sorayah Abdollahi wants to meet him. But Albanian authorities who obey to the Mojaheeden command do not allow her and hundreds of other Iranian mothers to come to Albania and see their sons. Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

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Sorayah Abdollahi appeals to Albanian government to allow her to meet her son Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh

Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi:
Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh is an Iranian mojahedeen taken by MEK in 2002 (1381) when he was 21 years old. Now he is 38 years old. Not married. Kept in isolation as a jihadi by the Maryam Rajavi mojahedeen gang in Manza, Albania. His mother Sorayah wants to meet him. But Albanian authorities who obey to the Mojaheeden command do not allow her and hundreds of other Iranian mothers to come to Albania and see their sons.

In the following video she explains to Dr. Olsi Jazexhi her story and the struggle that this Iranian mothers do in order to liberate their children from the Mojahedeen el Halk terrorist organization. Sorayah pleads like a mother to her son, the Albanian government, international community to allow them to meet their children.

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Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK

Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEKDr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania, July 04 2020:… The family members of the mojahedeen Bahman Mohammadnezhad Caushi appeal to Albanian authorities to allow them to come to Albania and meet their cousin who has been held in quarantine at the MEK camp since 1981. Bahman family members: Said Mohamedi Nejad Caushi (nephew), Mohamed Riza Caushi (brother), Zahra Guzel Caushi (brother’s wife), Layla Mohamedi Nejad (sister) appeal to the government to allow them to meet their radicalized brother in the camp of MEK. Bahman’s family members reject MEK’s slander which claims that there is a religious and fascist oppression in Iran . Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK 

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Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK

Families Appeal Albanian AuthoritiesThe family members of the mojahedeen Bahman Mohammadnezhad Caushi appeal to Albanian authorities to allow them to come to Albania and meet their cousin who has been held in quarantine at the MEK camp since 1981. Bahman family members: Said Mohamedi Nejad Caushi (nephew), Mohamed Riza Caushi (brother), Zahra Guzel Caushi (brother’s wife), Layla Mohamedi Nejad (sister) appeal to the government to allow them to meet their radicalized brother in the camp of MEK. Bahman’s family members reject MEK’s slander which claims that there is a religious and fascist oppression in Iran. They urge Bahman Mohammadnezhad to return to Iran and abandon the violent jihad of Mojaheeden -el Halk

Ne videon me poshte familjaret e muxhahedinit Bahman Mohamed Nexhat Caushi i apelojne autoriteteve shqiptare qe ti lejojne te vijne ne Shqiperi dhe takojne kusheririn e tyre i cili mbahet ne karantine ne kampin e MEK-ut qe nga viti 1981 Familjaret e Bahmanit: Said Mohamed Nexhad Caushi (nipi), Mohamed Riza Caushi (vellai), Zahra Gjyzel Caushi (nusja e vellait), Lejla Mohamedi Nexhat (motra) i bejne apel qeverise shqiptare qe ti lejoje te takojne vellain e tyre te radikalizuar ne kampin e MEK-ut. Familjaret e Bahmanit hedhin poshte shpifjet e MEK-ut i cili pretendon se ne Iran ka fashizem, dhe shtypje fetare. Ata i apelojne Bahman Mohamedit qe te kthehet ne Iran prane familjes dhe braktise xhihadin e dhunshem te MEK-ut.

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Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK – 2

Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK - 2Dr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania, July 11 2020:… Mr. Gholam Ali Narimi from Khoozestan is an ex-terrorist Iranian who is presently in the Mojaheeden el Halk paramilitary camp of Manza in Albania. Mr. Gholam was born 1960. He joined MEK in 1976 when he was 16 years old. Today he is 60 years old. His family in Khoozestan in Iran wants to meet him. However the Albanian government does not allow his family to come to Albania since Maryam Rajavi, the leader of MEK cult claims that these Iranian families are terrorist and want to kill their family member. We have interviewed the brother of Mr. Gholam, Mr. Hamid Reza Narimi and his wife Mrs. Sager to understand if they good people or terrorists? They appeal in this video to the Albanian government to allow them to come to Albania and meet their brother. They appeal to Mr. Gholam to abandon MEK and live a free life. Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK – 2

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Gholam Ali Narimi’s family wants to meet its family member held in the mojahedeen camp in Albania

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania MEK FaamiliesMr. Gholam Ali Narimi from Khoozestan is an ex-terrorist Iranian who is presently in the Mojaheeden el Halk paramilitary camp of Manza in Albania. Mr. Gholam was born 1960. He joined MEK in 1976 when he was 16 years old. Today he is 60 years old. His family in Khoozestan in Iran wants to meet him. However the Albanian government does not allow his family to come to Albania since Maryam Rajavi, the leader of MEK cult claims that these Iranian families are terrorist and want to kill their family member. We have interviewed the brother of Mr. Gholam, Mr. Hamid Reza Narimi and his wife Mrs. Sager to understand if they good people or terrorists? They appeal in this video to the Albanian government to allow them to come to Albania and meet their brother. They appeal to Mr. Gholam to abandon MEK and live a free life.

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