MKO members involved in drug and human trafficking in Europe



Several members of the anti-Iranian Mojahedin-e-Khalq organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NWRI or PMOI) have been arrested in Europe for money laundering and drug and human trafficking.

News Agency AhlulBayt (ABNA): Several members of the anti-Iranian Mojahedin-e-Khalq organization (MKO, also known as MEK, NWRI or PMOI) have been arrested in Europe for money laundering and drug and human trafficking.

The Albanian newspaper “Exit†reported that a document addressed to a foreign diplomatic recipient, signed and stamped by the Director of the State Police’s Criminal Police, contained details of serious crimes in which MKO members were alleged to be involved.

It added that two MKO members were arrested along with their Albanian and Greek accomplices for direct involvement in human trafficking. On July 11, 2021, police stopped a car with Syrian, Iraqi and Kurdish citizens. Further investigations led to the arrest of the most important gang members.

Based on the document, it was found that between 2019 and 2021 the same smuggling gang attempted to transfer around 400 members of the MKO from Albania to France.

Meanwhile, on July 18, 2021, a drug shipment was confiscated by police and two senior MKO officials, Narges Abrishamchi and Hassan Nayeb-Aqa, were arrested. The official document reports that they confessed to being central to the organization and transportation of a drug shipment to Italy.

This pattern of crime dates back to 2015, according to an official source who wanted to remain anonymous, to Exit. The documents and the source claim that information about these crimes was also given to the US Embassy in Tirana.

“Exit” contacted the US Embassy to comment, but no formal response was given.

The MKO is classified as a terrorist organization by a large part of the international community. Its members fled from Iran to Iraq in 1986, where they were supported by the then dictator Saddam Hussein.

The infamous force has carried out numerous attacks on Iranian civilians and government officials for several decades.

In 2012, the US State Department removed the MKO from its list of designated terrorist organizations, amid intense lobbying by groups affiliated with the Saudi regime and other anti-Iran regimes.

A few years ago, MKO members were relocated from their Camp Ashraf in the Iraqi province of Diyala to Camp Hurriyet (Camp Liberty), a former US military base in Baghdad, and later sent to Albania.

The members who managed to escape have revealed MKO’s scandalous way of accessing money, almost exclusively from Riyadh.

The terrorist group MKO specified the targets as the martyred Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani, who commanded the Quds force of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), and Iranian President Seyed Ebrahim Rayeesi.

The terrorist organization said it “welcomed†her killing, adding that it would like the senior officials to join Asadollah Lajevardi, former Tehran’s chief prosecutor, and Ali Sayyad-Shirazi, a former commander of the Iranian army’s ground forces during the 1980s Years, “connect”. -88 war against Iran.

In early June 2019, a leaked audio of a phone conversation between two members of the MKO revealed that the Saudi regime had been working with the MKO elements to pin Iran for the tanker attacks in the Persian Gulf.

In the audio, first released by the Iran Front Page, one hears Shahram Fakhteh, an official member and the person in charge of MKO’s cyber operations, with a US-based MKO sympathizer named Daei-ul -Eslam. speak in Persian as reported by IFP news.

In this conversation, the two elements discuss the MKO’s efforts to identify Iran as the perpetrator of the tanker attacks in the Persian Gulf and how the Saudis contacted them to pursue the problem.

“Over the past week we’ve done our best to blame it [Iranian] Regime for the (oil tanker) demolitions. Saudis have called Sister Maryam’s (Rajavi) office to see the results. [to get] a conclusion from what has been done and the possible consequences, â€one hears Facheh say.

“I think that can have different consequences. It can refer the case to the UN Security Council or even lead to military intervention. It can have any consequence, â€says Daei-ul-Eslam.

Attacks on two commercial oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman on June 13, 2019 and an earlier attack on four oil tankers off the port of the United Arab Emirates in Fujairah on May 12, 2019 escalated tensions in West Asia and indicated a military confrontation between Iran face and the United States.

The US, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have rushed to blame Iran for the incidents of fire in 2019.

She later released some pictures of the alleged Iranian operation after the video was seriously questioned by experts and Washington’s own allies.

The MKO, believed to be a sect that turns people into obedient robots, turned against Iran after the 1979 Islamic Revolution and carried out several terrorist attacks that killed senior officials in Iran; however, the West, which claims that sectarianism is false and claims to be against terrorism, officially supports this terrorist group.

After the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the MKO began hostility to Iran by killing over 17,000 Iranians and terrorist activities. Several members of the terrorist group and their leaders now live in France and freely engage in terrorist activities.

The terrorist group MKO has martyred 17,161 Iranian citizens, including the late President Mohammad Ali Rajayee, the former Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar, the late chief of the Supreme Judicial Council Ayatollah Mohammad Beheshti, the late Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Ali Sayyad Shirazi and 27 lawmakers four nuclear scientists.

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