What does MEK do with its dissidents in Albania?
The dissident member of the MEK, Hassan Hairani, revealed that the organization's leader, Maryam Rajavi, is pressing the Albanian authorities to prevent the dissident members from obtaining legal documents, passports, or even travel permits in this country (Albania).
Official letter to Dr. Raul Genzalez, World Health Organization Representative in Albania
The following letter is the biography of the families of the members of the Mojahedin-Khalq Organization that they ask for help and immediate action from that esteemed official for human responsibility in Albania.
Masoud Rajavi is not good at writing Arabic
A follower of Ashraf News might be surprised by this title, that a person claiming to be the leader of the most powerful political group opposing the Iranian regime, does not know how to write in Arabic. This is only if it is true that he is alive. The man has disappeared since 2003 after the entry of American forces into Iraq. Who is this man? He is, Masoud Rajavi, the husband of Maryam Rajavi.
Iraqi politician: The Mujahideen Khalq allied with the Baathists after the fall of Saddam
The expert on Iranian-Iraqi affairs, Dr. Abdul Khaleq Hussein, confirmed, Thursday, that the MEK has witnessed several disturbances in the intellectual and cultural arena, which made it a combination of Islam and Marxism, indicating that this organization allied with the Baathists against the Iraqi government after 2003.
The Mujahideen-e-Khalq camp in Albania, a dangerous focus of the Coronavirus
In the city of Manza in the Dors province of the Republic of Albania, where the MEK camp is located, which is a camp that has tight security measures and it is prohibited to approach it by a decision of the organization’s leadership, specifically Maryam Rajavi.