Mona And Zeinab Hosseinnejad Meet Each Other After 36 Years

Mona And Zeinab Hosseinnejad Meet Each Other After 36 Years

Zeynab_Mona_Hossein_Nejat_meet_after_36_Years_Surviving_MEKNejat Society from Ghorbanali Hossein Nejad FB Page, October 22 2018:…  Mona and Zeinab are the daughters of former member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) Ghorbanali Hosseinnejad. As a newborn, Mona was left behind when her parents and Zeinab went to Iraq to join the MKO. The mother of the family was killed in the MKO’s military operation, Forough Javidan … 

دیدار زینب و مونا حسین نژاد بعد از سی و شش سال اسارت در فرقه رجویMy big sister, who I have never seen, is in Camp Liberty (Open letter to Maryam Rajavi)

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Mona And Zeinab Hosseinnejad Meet Each Other After 36 Years

Mona and Zeinab Hosseinnejad meet each other in Athens, Greece for the first time.

Mona and Zeinab are the daughters of former member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi)Ghorbanali Hosseinnejad. As a newborn, Mona was left behind when her parents and Zeinab went to Iraq to join the MKO.

The mother of the family was killed in the MKO’s military operation, Forough Javidan. When Mona was grown up, she decided to meet her father and her sister at Camp Ashraf, Iraq. She traveled to Iraq several times but she was not allowed to see her father and sister by the group leaders.

The father, Ghorbanali defected the MKO about 7 years ago. Mona was happy to meet her father but she was still looking forward for the release of her sister, Zeinab.

After the MKO’s relocation in Albania, Zeinab could manage to leave the group. Finally the family succeeded to reunite on October 20th, in Athens Greece.

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A humanitarian plea for the visit of two sisters

Nejat Bloggers, April 25 2015:… Mr. Ghorban Ali Hossein Nejad ,defector of MKO who was a veteran translator of the group leader has repeatedly asked the International Human Rights bodies to help his two daughters have a visit. He has two daughters, one in Iran [Mona,33] and one in Camp Liberty [ Zeinab, 37]. The two …

قربانعلی حسین نژاد پارلمان اروپاGhorban ali Hussein Nejad, EU Parliament Feb. 2015.
Another Voice for a Free Iran

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A humanitarian plea for the visit of two sisters

Mr. Ghorban Ali Hossein Nejad ,defector of MKO who was a veteran translator of the group leader has repeatedly asked the International Human Rights bodies to help his two daughters have a visit.

مونا و زینب حسین نژاد

He has two daughters, one in Iran [Mona,33] and one in Camp Liberty [ Zeinab, 37]. The two sisters have not been able to see or have any contact with each other during their lifetime due to the enforced separation of families within the Cult of Mujahedin-e Khalq.

Mr. Hussennejad says even during his reside in MKO Camps he couldn’t manage to visit his daughter; Zeinab for twenty years.

Last week Mona Hussennejad for the second time traveled to Iraq, Camp Liberty to visit her dear sister. However the MKO leaders refused the visit because they fear Zeinab would defect the cult.

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Camp Liberty, 2013
Breaking borders into insanity

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(Mona) Hossein Nejad asks UNHCR to transfer her sister out of Camp Liberty

Azar Hossein Nejad, Hossin Nejad weblog, January 01 2015:…  I am contacting you to ask for your help regarding the situation of my sister, Zeinab Hossein Nejad, a 36 years old woman who is living in Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq.  I never saw my parents or sister during my childhood and youth as all of them had to run for their lives. They left Iran along …

 سمیه محمدیAshamed of your Leader? Silencing the victims of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult, PMOI, NCRI …) to promote Maryam Rajavi

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To the Head of UNHCR

I am Azar Hossein Nejad from Tehran, Iran. I am contacting you to ask for your help regarding the situation of my sister, Zeinab Hossein Nejad, a 36 years old woman who is living in Camp Liberty in Baghdad, Iraq.

I never saw my parents or sister during my childhood and youth as all of them had to run for their lives. They left Iran along with many other members of People’s Mojahedin of Iran [Mojahedin-e-Khalq (PMOI also, MEK, MKO)] and had to leave me behind with my relatives because I was an infant at that time and it was not safe for me to be taken with them. My mother and uncles died in the operation of People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) in 1988. However, my father (Ali Hossein Nejad) survived and was able to leave the Camp Liberty, after thirty years, with the help of the board of visitors of UN and UNHCR. He left the organization and is currently living in Paris, France.

It is well known that many of the current residents of the Camp Liberty are living there against their will and are highly influenced by the PMOI leaders who use all possible methods for brainwashing and preventing them from leaving the camp. I have tried many times to contact my sister in the Camp but with no success. I even wrote a letter to Mrs. Maryam Rajavi (Current leader of the PMOI) and begged her to let me talk to my sister over the phone, at least once, but have not received any response yet.

So far I have never been able to see my sister in my life. I can’t stop thinking about her and I am so worried about her safety especially with the recent escalation of violence and clashes between ISIS and other forces in Iraq that can put the lives of Camp Liberty residents in danger.

My sister has never had the chance to freely choose where she wants to live and has been raised within an isolated and ideological group (PMOI) during all her life. As a result, she doesn’t have any idea about the life outside the camp and has never had the chance to live like a normal citizen.

Azar (Mona) Hussein Nejad

Zeynab Hussein Nejad

I am very happy and thankful for recently accelerated the process of transferring residents of Camp Liberty.

As her sister, I would like to ask you to please please help her to leave the camp and enters into a third country as soon as possible.

Sincerely,

Azar Hossein Nejad

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My big sister, who I have never seen, is in Camp Liberty (Open letter to Maryam Rajavi)

Mona Hussein Nejad, February 03 2014: … I cried during the lean years, eager to see my mother, looking for the intimacy of her embrace, the intimate lap of her tender motherhood, which I did not experience except for only ten days. So I stayed, sighing to see her for the first time in my life until I was 18 years of age, when I discovered that I had lost my mother a few …

Families demand UNHCR name injured MEK members from Camp Liberty missile attack

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Open letter to Maryam Rajavi from an Iranian woman who has not ever seen her sister

Mona Hussein Nejad: My big sister, who I have never seen in my life, is in Camp Liberty in Baghdad

Mrs Maryam Rajavi,

After greeting, I am Mona Hussein Nejad – 31 years old. I was an infant aged only 10 days when I was taken from the bosom of my mother and her milk into tears and wailing and left in the bosom of my grandmother in Tehran. My father and mother with my older sister secretly fled Iran from the oppression of the Iranian regime with a large number of members of the PMOI thirty-one years ago. I am the youngest daughter of martyr Mojahed Farideh Karim Zadeh and the younger sister of Mojahed Zainab Hussein Nejad, one of the residents of Camp Al-Hurriyeh (Liberty), the headquarters of the PMOI in the proximity of Baghdad airport .

I cried during the lean years, eager to see my mother, looking for the intimacy of her embrace, the intimate lap of her tender motherhood, which I did not experience except for only ten days. So I stayed, sighing to see her for the first time in my life until I was 18 years of age, when I discovered that I had lost my mother a few years ago and my waiting will not end for seeing her.

But I ask will my waiting end up the same for seeing my sister Zainab, who I have not seen in my life? I remember that when I was a teenager I wished that my parents had taken me also with them and I tell myself: Blessed sister Zainab who lives with mama and papa. But I was not to know that she lived after the death of our mother under the care of individuals and families and it is not about us and them, that she also grew up under difficulties. But today I wish that they had not taken Zainab with them but they had left her here for us to live and grow old together and share our sorrows and joys and share each other’s concerns, and pain.

Mrs Rajavi,

I have not seen and held my sister Zainab in my life for more than thirty years now, and I have not heard news about her safety also, especially after the terrorist attacks on camp Ashraf and camp Al-Hurriyeh (Liberty) in Iraq, and I do not have information about her condition. I ask, cannot your Excellency, as the senior leadership of the People’s Mojahedin Organization, order her to relate me so that I hear her voice at least to make me sure of her safety and health? Or allow us to meet together and embrace each other for the first time in our lives even so I can smell the odour of our martyred mother because she has been grown and nurtured for many years in the bosom of our mother? I do not know whether the relentless struggle against the system of government established in Iran may have kept something in the heart of the emotions of motherhood and the love that binds sisters or not? If there has remained something of it, you can understand my feelings and my sense. I travelled to Baghdad a year ago and asked officials at the People’s Mojahedin Organization through the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations and the Iraqi Human Rights Ministry to meet my sister Zainab, or at least see her, even from a distance, and so I went for this purpose to the door of Camp Al-Hurriyeh (Liberty), before taking off on the plane at Baghdad airport adjacent to the camp to return to Iran. But officials in the organization did not allow us to meet and see each other so I went back to my homeland with tearful eyes.

Mrs Rajavi,

I ask you:

1 – to provide the possibility for my sister Zainab Hussein Nejad one of the residents of Camp Al-Hurriyeh ( Liberty ) to call me even briefly about her safety and health.

2 – Do not allow me to wait all my life to see and hug my sister and do not let it go on, God forbid, as did my waiting to see my mother.

3 – Remove the restrictions and harassment from the residents of the camp toward contact with their families, to bring about an end of the concern of the families about the conditions of their children and their relatives.

With my thanks in advance to your Excellency.

Mona Hussein Nejad

2 February 2014

Mona Hussein Nejad

Zeynab Hussein Nejad


Mona in Iran and Zeynab in Iraq

Zeynab with her late mother Farideh Karimzadeh

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Ouver’s citizens sympathize with Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages families

Nejat Society, September 30 2015:… Mr. Ghorbanali Hosseinnezhad the father of Zeinab Hossein Nejad and Mostafa Mohammadi the father of Somayeh Mohammadi and her sister Hurieh, went to the town hall of Auver Sur Oise to submit a letter of appreciation to the mayor Isabelle Meziere who welcomed the two families of the girls who are taken as hostages …

 حمله تروریستی مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی در پاریس 2015Mojahedin Khalq thugs beat-up Mostafa Mohammadi and his daughter (Photos)

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Ouver’s citizens sympathize with Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages families

محمدی حسین نژاد اور سور اواز 2015

On Monday September 28, 2015, Mr. Ghorbanali Hosseinnezhad the father of Zeinab Hossein Nejad and Mostafa Mohammadi the father of Somayeh Mohammadi and her sister Hurieh, went to the town hall of Auver Sur Oise to submit a letter of appreciation to the mayor Isabelle Meziere who welcomed the two families of the girls who are taken as hostages by the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO). The MKO’s headquarter is located in Auver Sur Oise in the suburb of Paris and the leader of the group Maryam Rajavi resides there.

The two fathers were then escorted by the police to Municipality of Auver Sur Oise and the office of the governor general of Val d’Oise province.

The two fathers also took their cause to the office of the local newspaper La Gazzette carrying placards and flyers and photos of their daughters.

Under the official permission of the local authorities, they presented a statement in French, spreading among people in the neighborhood where Local authorities and citizens offered sympathy to the two suffering father. They expressed their sorrow urging the necessity of pushing Maryam Rajavi to allow families of the group’s hostages to visit their loved ones and to lift ban on the members of the cult-like group to have free access to the free world.

Let’s stand up together and free our children from Rajavi and the MEK


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حمله مزدوران رجوی به دختر مصطفی محمدیOur story thus far: Another Mojahedin attack on two fathers and the sister of MEK’s captives

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Families of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages visit mayor of Auver Sur d’Oise

ایزابل مزی یر شهردار اور سور اوازNejat Society, September 10 2015:… Expressing solidarity with the families of MKO hostages, the Mayor of Auver said:” …We don’t want them [Maryam Rajavi’s Cult] to stay in our city… they try to pay some of the cities’ personalities and officials to be at the Cult’s service. … However we would ask them to come and reply your appeals and questions on the fate …

مصطفی محمدی محبوبه حمزه قربانعلی حسین نژادThe Life of Camp Ashraf,
Mojahedin-e Khalq Victims of Many Masters

(Maryam Rajavi directly ordered the massacre of Kurdish people)

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Families of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages visit mayor of Auver Sur d’Oise

In line with families gathering in front of Camp Liberty in Baghdad, two families of MKO hostages visit Auver Sur d’Oise mayor in France.

ایزابل مزی یر شهردار اور سور اوازOn Tuesday september8, 2015 Mr. Ghorbanali Hosseinnejad and Mr. Mostafa Mohammadi along with his wife; Mahboubeh and his daughter Huriyeh met the Mayor of Auver Sur d’Oise and her deputy.

Daughters of both families are hostages of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Cult. Mohammadi family were once the active supporters of the group. Mr. Husseinnejad also was a veteran member of the group.

Expressing solidarity with the families of MKO hostages, the Mayor of Auver said:” …We don’t want them [Maryam Rajavi’s Cult] to stay in our city… they try to pay some of the cities’ personalities and officials to be at the Cult’s service. … However we would ask them to come and reply your appeals and questions on the fate of your children. .. Here is a democratic state and the democracy principles require the issue to be resolved through negotiation… “

The families reiterated:” Maryam Rajavi should personally come and answer our questions, because Maryam, herself is responsible for the kidnapping of our minor daughters and for endangering them by transferring our daughters from France and Canada to military camps of the cult in Iraq. In the Cult camps they have been denied any family contacts as well as marital life.

The officials of the municipal then received the families in the Town hall and contacted the MKO Cult requiring them to come and reply the families’ demands.

However the Cult response was insulting and cursing at the suffering families.

The Cult officials didn’t attend the municipal and just their henchmen and thugs were outside the Town Hall to report everything to their commanders.

The authorities then evicted the MKO Cult’s thugs and the families held a gathering in front of the Town Hall. The families of MKO hostages hand out leaflets and CDs and tried to publicize their plight and to expose the Cult atrocities against them and their loved ones. The Rajavi Cult attempts in thwarting the families’ efforts in exposing their crimes remained futile.

The municipal and gendarmerie authorities declared their support for the families’ public activities in calling for their demands and escorted them with seven cars outside the city in order to prevent the Cult thugs to chase or harm the families.

French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Paris, June 27 2014:It has no legal existence in France as an organization.  It is  violent and undemocratic

Let’s stand up together and free our children from Rajavi and the MEK (Video)

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My sister Somayeh forced to swear at her family on Rajavi cult’s TV

Morteza Mohammady, Toronto, August 25 2015:… On the MEK television channel for the whole day they broadcast Somayeh Mohammady to lie on camera. They want to present lies through rehearsed mental torture. They present a show on their tv channel crafted to brain wash more people. Any experienced psychologist can read Somayeh condition. Somayeh …

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My sister Somayeh forced to swear at her family on Rajavi cult’s TV

Mustafa Mohammady and his youngest daughter were attacked on June 12, 2015 by more than a dozen associates of Mojahedin Khalgh MEK. Mohammady brutally beaten, with kicks and punches sending Mustafa to the floor. Soon after they realize his young daughter is taking a film of them recording their coward and criminal violent acts they ran to her and started attacking, and trying to confiscate her camera. She was brutally attacked and pushed to the floor. These violent acts are just a few in many.

These are the actions of group who the French government are housing and protecting. This is group known as Mojahedin-E-Khalq, which are supposed to be a rebel organization for the freedom of Iranians in Iran, have attacked a father and his daughter who only intentions are to free his eldest daughter, Somayeh, from Iraq. These deceitful, violent and cruel cult members beat and prey on the innocent who have just been begging to reunite their family.

This was not the mistake of a few, but of many. The innocent minded people who were ideology deceived to support a terrorist group know as Mojahedin Khalgh MEK. The mistake in believing that this group is stands for peace and freedom, which started way before the revolution Iran, but turned out to be a terrorizing manipulative cult. The many innocent lives of families who suffered by the acts of this cults selfish beliefs.

We were one of those families. We lost our uncle and aunt, (Hadi, Hurieh) who we loved dearly. They died believing in this group, who we thought were just, but in time we have realized that this group, and the violence they cause, are a terrorist group. We are looking to free our sister from this dangerous, and deceiving group who brain wash their members in believing in false ideology through constant lies, and physical and mental torture.

This group exist through political bribery and financial advantages. They have millions of euros and dollars through investments in many regions of the world. They continue investing in their thrust for power and control. They pursue their goal through any means. Thats why this group is very dangerous. No one would know what their next actions would be, either through constant protests or violence.

On the MEK television channel for the whole day they broadcast Somayeh Mohammady to lie on camera. They want to present lies through rehearsed mental torture. They present a show on their tv channel crafted to brain wash more people. Any experienced psychologist can read Somayeh condition. Somayeh Mohammady has gone through to many, its time to end these lies.

And now our sole concern is Somayeh’s well being. We need your help in freeing the Somayeh’ in the grasp of MEK.

-Morteza Mohammady, Brother of Somayeh Mohammady

مستندی ناتمام برای دختر سمیه (گرفتار در مجاهدین خلق، فرقه رجوی)Silencing the victims of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult, PMOI, NCRI …) to promote Maryam Rajavi

تهدید به مرگ آن خدابنده توسط مریم رجوی مجاهدین خلقIn a democracy we don’t beg terrorists not to kill us (Open letter to President Hollande)

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Mostafa Mohammadi’s legal request met by Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, Rajavi cult) violence in a French suburb

Iran Interlink, June 23 2015:… The Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) reaction was shocking. Instead of answering the door and listening to the legal request, and answering either negatively or in the affirmative, the cult leader Maryam Rajavi simply sent out a gang of thugs to beat him up along with Hooriyeh and the lawyer. Although police intervened to prevent …

 Bernard Poignant assured Mohammadi that he recognised the seriousness of this case and it will be followed

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Mostafa Mohammadi’s legal request met by Mojahedin Khalq (MEK, Rajavi cult) violence in a French suburb

Mostafa Mohammadi has been trying to meet with his long lost daughter Somayeh for many years now. He has travelled to Iraq on several occasions only to be turned away by the cruel cult which holds his daughter hostage. Now Mostafa has taken his cause right to the door of the cult’s headquarters in France.

On Friday 12 June 2015, Mostafa visited Maryam Rajavi’s residence in Auvers sur Oise, the terrorist cult’s secretive enclave just outside Paris. He was accompanied by his other daughter Hooriyeh. Mostafa had been advised by his lawyer, who accompanied them on the visit, to make one last legally documented request directly to the leader of the group which is holding Somayeh. Only then, the lawyer advised, should Mostafa could go ahead with a legal complaint against Maryam Rajavi in France where she resides.

The Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) reaction was shocking. Instead of answering the door and listening to the legal request, and answering either negatively or in the affirmative, the cult leader Maryam Rajavi simply sent out a gang of thugs to beat him up along with Hooriyeh and the lawyer.

Although police intervened to prevent more serious injury an ambulance was called and Mostafa was hospitalised overnight.

Why is it impossible for the MEK leader to refrain from attacking people in a quiet French village where the residents are already sick to death of the group?

Mostafa made it clear that if he had wanted to provoke the group he would not have gone with his French lawyer and daughter, but with a gang of other plaintiffs against the cult – there are many.

But like any cult, the MEK is existentially afraid of the truth and of people exposing its inhuman and illegal activities. Maryam Rajavi would rather her cult be exposed beating up an innocent father in a French suburb than answer to the charges put against her in court of law.

Even worse, if she even hints at compromise with one parent, the whole cult will begin to collapse as members ask ‘why can’t we contact our families too?’

Other awkward questions lie behind this simple one. Such as, ‘why, after thirty years, have we made no progress in our struggle to overthrow the Iranian regime?’ And, ‘where is Massoud Rajavi?’ And, ‘why aren’t the residents of Camp Liberty being transferred to safe countries?’

Mostafa’s struggle to meet his daughter is not isolated. Several families are currently stationed outside Camp Liberty in Iraq making the same demand: we want to meet our loved ones. Perhaps Maryam Rajavi is right to be afraid of them. The MEK’s existence now balances on this confrontation, this battle of wills between loving relatives and the cruel cult leader.

مهران کاکاوند قاتل و شکنجه گر اعزامی از عراق به پاریسMehran Kakavand, Mojahedin Khalq agent tried to assassinate ex-member Mansour Nazari in Paris (link to the report in Persian)

Anne Khodabandeh (Singleton): Silencing the victims of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult, PMOI, NCRI …) to promote Maryam Rajavi


(Massoud Khodabandeh: 4th report, Baghdad October 2014)
 

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Sanjabi and Khodabandeh in the Conference on “World Against Violence and Extremism”

Nejat Society, Tehran, December 20 2014:… Sanjabi and Khodabandeh, during the two days of the conference while speaking to the participants gave a brief report about the latest situation of Rajavi’s mind manipulating destructive cult (MKO) and emphasized the need to establish contact between those trapped in Camp Liberty in Iraq in the hands of Rajavi …

Ebrahim Khodabandeh asks Iraq’s FM Ebrahim Jafari to facilitate family visits for residents of Camp Liberty

Sahar Family Foundation, December 18 2014:…  “Ebrahim Khodabandeh also met Ebrahim Jafari, Iraq’s Foreign Minister, and delivered to him the pleas of the families who anxiously want to visit their loved ones in Iraq. Mr. Jafari expressed his sympathy with the families and promised to try to help them. In this meeting Mr. Jafari emphasized …

MEPs support for MEK terrorists undermines human rights pressure on Iran (letter to Federica Mogherini)

Massoud Khodabandeh, Middle East Strategy Consultants, London, December 09 2014:… By publishing an article directed by the MEK, a group of MEPs has played directly into the hands of Iran’s hardliners. The MEPs Gérard DEPREZ, Tunne KELAM, Ryszard CZARNECKI EP Vice-President, Eduard KUKAN, José BOVÉ, Julie WARD, and Rina Ronja KARI are …