Open letter to Dimitris Avramopoulos, European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and citizenship
Reza Jabali Sadeghi, October 24 2018 On December 12, 2017
My name is Reza Jebelli. I am a former member of MEK and a human rights activist living in Brussels. On June 1981, I was shoot and later arrested by Iranian security service and spent about five years in prison including of two years in solitary confinement. I was working in the financial section of MEK in Canada and united states and spent many years in MEK Camp Ashraf in Iraq.
I have followed the EU-Western Balkans Ministerial Forum on Justice and Home Affairs in Tirana on October 5th, which have raised a few very important issues.
The Ministers acknowledged that terrorism and radicalization continue to be a common challenge for the European Union and the Western Balkans region.
Considering the MEK past forty years records of assassinations and terrorist activities in Iran, Iraq and Europe and as a former member, I must emphasize that MEK presence in Tirana and Balkans region is and will be one of the greatest threats to the European Union.
in 2003, French anti-terrorism officers raided a dozen locations northwest of Paris in Auvers-Sur-Oise, the mek headquarter, classified as a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Iran (1997-2012) and initially detained 165 people along with MEK leader Maryam Rajavi who right after ordered few members to self-immolation in the street of Europe. ‘The attempts at self-immolation to protest against the arrest of Radjavi are proof of a fanaticism and terrorist group that not respect our laws and our values.
On December 12, 2017, when Maryam Rajavi the leader of MEK was in the European parliament, two former MEK members who were invited for a conference in the parliament were attacked and injured by Rajavi’s bodyguards when they tried to kidnap Mr. Khoshal and Ebrahimi right front of EU parliament.
At least two of these bodyguards came from Albania with fake documents, which their name has been given to the Belgium police and authorities.
Every day in the street of Tirana, the former members are being harassed by MEK in order to prevent them to reveal the true face of this cult. Just recently, an Iranian Canadian national Mr. Mostafa and his wife Mrs. Mahbubeh Mohammadi who travel from Canada to see their daughter Somayeh were beaten by MEK in Tirana.
Furthermore, every years MEK smuggles many refugees from different camp all over Europe and Balkans region and take them to Paris for their anniversary of arm struggle against Iranian.
The Ministers underlined the key importance of the respect of rule of law and the threat of terrorism and here we have this terrorist cult smuggling people throughout European cities.
Despite Mojahedin assertions that the group has abandoned its extreme ideology and now favors a liberal democracy, you could see mek’s action towards its own member which has been disconnected from free world and even they not allowed to see their parents.
Moreover, the Mojahedin’s 40-year record of behavior does not substantiate its capability or intention to be democratic. Internally, the Mojahedin run their organization autocratically, suppressing dissent and eschewing tolerance of differing viewpoints. Rajavi, who heads the Mojahedin’s political and military wings, has fostered a cult of personality around herself. These characteristics have alienated most Iranian expatriates, who assert they do not want to replace one objectionable regime for another.
Let’s not forget, In the period leading up to the revolution and its immediate aftermath, the Mojahedin carried out their strategy of armed struggle. The results included the murder of Americans, support for the seizure of the U.S. embassy, and opposition to the release of U.S. hostages.
The Mojahedin are known to have assassinated the following Americans in Iran during the 1970s:
Lt. Colonel Lewis L. Hawkins Killed: June 2, 1973
Air Force Colonel Paul Schaeffer Killed: May 21, 1975
Air Force Lt. Colonel Jack Turner Killed: May 21, 1975
Donald G. Smith Rockwell International Killed: August 28, 1976
Robert R. Krongrad, Rockwell International Killed: August 28, 1976
William C. Cottrell Rockwell International Killed: August 28, 1976
In 1981, MEK started their armed struggle once again with seven suicide attack among them a fourteen years old girl named Adab Avaz Gohar-.