Sources to Ashraf News: France bans Maryam Rajavi to enter its territory
Informed sources from the French capital, Paris, confirmed, on Sunday evening, that the French authorities prevented the leader of the MEK, Maryam Rajavi, from entering its lands, noting that "Rajavi asked the French embassy in the capital Tirana to facilitate her entry process to attend the burial ceremony of one of the organization's leaders."
MEK source of diplomatic problems for Albania
The MEK has become a source of diplomatic problems for the Albanian government in light of the spread of messages sent by the families of the members of this organization, who are in Iran demanding to meet their children who were kidnapped by Maryam Rajavi and thrown into Camp Ashraf 3 in the Albanian city of Manez without anyone hearing from them.
After defecting from the MEK, Khalil Ansaryan sends message calling for other members to leave Rajavi’s cult
Khalil Ansaryan officially announced his split from the MEK in Albania after spending 31 years in the ranks of the organization moving from Iraq to Albania, calling on the remaining members in what he described as "Ashraf 3 prison" to defect and leave the organization to live in complete freedom.
Iraqi researcher: Exposing the MEK's black history of violence constitutes a hard blow to the organization
Iraqi researcher and political analyst, Reda Al-Gharabi Al-Qazwini, confirmed on Monday that revealing the history and violent behavior of the MEK could constitute a severe blow to the terrorist and extremist organization.
MEK, end of Trump
The MEK, led by Maryam Rajavi, is undergoing a very difficult stage in what is described as post-Trumpism and Boltonism (Trump and Bolton), and on the one hand the Coronavirus continues to claim the lives of the organization’s members one by one, and on the other hand the dreams of Maryam Rajavi and Bolton, as well as their president, Trump, have not been realized by celebrateing the departure of the Iranian regime in Azadi Square (Freedom Square) in the center of the capital, Tehran.