MKO is hated wherever it goes. Why?

Some people, including the politicians, in countries where they have no direct interactions with Mujahedin-e Khalq organization, might have no clue about the true nature of MKO and therefore they might even support and promote this weird cult. But without a doubt, wherever the MKO has set foot as an organization, it has outraged local residents of that region by its bizarre behaviors. So to get to know the truth about the MKO which is known widely as a terrorist cult, taking a closer look at them wherever they reside would be a good start.

In Albania, the country where MKO members are sheltered since 2013, tensions are rising between people and members of this group. There are reports that indicate despite the not so long presence of MKO in ia, people of this country are already irritated and frightened by this unwelcome presence.  

Even if we ignore dozens of TV programs, Media reports and social network activities of normal people against MKO’s presence in Albania, the recent burial of a terrorist MKO member in the graveyard of a small Albanian city which led to strong protests by local residents, could reveal the truth.

Marzieh Rezaei was a former high ranking member of the MKO who had some disputes with the group’s leadership. After her suspicious death, she was buried in Manza cemetry in Durres. The MKO had buried her without the authorization of local authorities. After the local resident became aware of the burial, they even tried to exhume and remove the body. The issue echoed among the Albanian Media to the point where the authorities of Durres voted in favor of the people and forced the group to transfer the body to another place.

The MKO has created an intolerable security situation for the residents of Durres since it has begun its presence in this city. As reported by some local residents, even their mobile phones are inspected by the MKO. Including to this, while the people in Durres are facing deficiencies for drinking water and electricity, members of the MKO have no boundaries in using these limited resources in their camp, as they are moved there under the U.S. umbrella.

As it seems, with a terrorist group having unlimited access to limited resources of a weak European country, more tensions of this type should be expected in future.

 

 


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