Author: Nejat NGO
Posted on: 2020/05/31
Nejat Society, May 31 2020:… Messages and letters from a number of families in West Azarbaijan Province, addressed to Albanian PM requesting communication with their loved ones in the MEK Camp . It should be noted that in recent years, many families in West Azarbaijan Province have died while waiting to visit their loved ones and have never been able to get any news of them, and their names are missing now on the appendix list. Other families from West Azarbaijan Province are still sending letters and messages. Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help
Posted on: 2020/05/28
Nejat Society, May 28 2020:… In Iran, the estranged families of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) members who remain trapped inside the MEK camp in Albania created a petition appealing to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama for help to contact their loved ones. The petition has attracted almost eleven thousand signatures. The MEK responded by attacking the families, calling them terrorists and mercenaries, and claiming that they want to come and attack the camp with missiles. So far, the Albanian government, under pressure from the MEK’s backers, has been silent on this issue. But pressure is growing both from the families and from the members inside the camp who are forced to be apart . Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq .
Posted on: 2020/05/23
Nejat Society, May 23 2020:… My children Mehri, Nahid and Mahmoud Saadat have been mentally and physically imprisoned in the MKO for 33 years. Mr. Secretary General, Please think of us for just five minutes. Our only request is a private visit. If you have emotions, if you love your children, you might understand us. Not only you should condemn but also you should pay attention to the grieves and sufferings of a mother, aiding me to visit my children. I am looking forward for your response. My Children In Albania And Their Basic Human Rights.
Posted on: 2020/05/21
Nejat Society, May 21 2020:… Simultaneously with the nationwide signature petition, a number of families of the members trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) camp in Albania from Gilan province (north of Iran), have sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian prime minister, urging him to be able to visit or at least have video or audio contact with their loved ones. Each of these letters was accompanied by photographs, specifications, and documents, and copies were sent to other Albanian officials, as well as to European and international officials and to the Albanian and international media. Albanian PM Edi Rama Asked To Help MEK Families
Posted on: 2020/05/18
Nejat Society, Tehran, May 18 2020:… Your Excellency Prime Minister Edi Rama, I am Tajoddoleh Heidarian, the mother of Mehdi Hamidfar who is taken as a hostage under the cult-like hegemony of the Rajavis. My son was relocated in your country, isolated in a camp with no access to the outside world. I am not aware of my son. I even do not know if he is alive or dead. I ask you to require the MEK authorities to remove the restrictions and allow my son to contact me, otherwise, please take action to make regulations so that I will be able to contact or visit my son. MEK Hostages Families Demand Albanian PM Respond
Posted on: 2020/05/14
Nejat Society, May 14 2020:… Your Excellency Rama, The COVID-19 pandemic in your country as well as other parts of the world has made us worried more than before because we have no news of my brother’s health due to the MEK’s secretive attitudes. We, together with other families have recently took action to sign a petition. The campaign has reached over ten thousand signatures that indicates the concerns and sympathy of the public opinion over the case of our loved ones in the MEK. We ask Your Excellency to cooperate with us issuing visas for us to come to Albania to visit our loved ones in the MEK’s Ashraf 3 camp… Albania: MEK Families Cry For Help .
Posted on: 2020/05/02
Nejat Society, Tehran, May 02 2020:… The families’ petition addressed to the Albanian government has been shared over 1000 times. The message of the families to the Albanian Prime Minister: Our children are captives in the hands of terrorists in your country. Some Tehran families of the members trapped inside Rajavi’s terrorist cult in Albania, in a message addressed to the Prime Minister of that country, demanded a response to more than 8000 signatures to the petition “urging the Albanian government to allow the families to contact their loved ones in the MEK camp”. More than 8000 signatures after 12 days
Posted on: 2020/04/20
Nejat Society, April 20 2020:… A 2000 member Iranian militant opposition group called the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, aka MKO, NLA, PMOI, and NCR) is based in a remote, isolated camp in Albania. Over a thousand estranged families of some of these MEK members are actively seeking contact with their loved ones. For over three decades, the leaders of the MEK have refused to allow the families of these members to have any sort of contact with their loved ones in the MEK camps (in Iraq and in Albania). MEK Families Petition Albanian Government To Allow Contact Loved Ones
Posted on: 2020/04/17
Nejat Society, April 17 2020:… Amir Vafa was born in France after his parents moved there from Iran to join Massoud Rajavi and his movement. They were then sent to the group’s Camp Ashraf in Iraq where thousands of members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) were sheltered by Saddam Hussein. But Amir could not maintain family ties in Camp Ashraf, together with about 500 kids he was separated from his parents and sent to European countries. Families In MEK Cult .
Posted on: 2020/04/13
Nejat Society, April 13 2020:… I call on all international human rights organizations to help. I am Soraya Abdullahi from Iran. Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh is my only son who was abducted in 2002 by members of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization from Turkish job search and transferred to the Mojahedin headquarters in Iraq under the name of Ashraf. I have traveled to Iraq several times. Soraya Abdollahi, a suffering mother whose son is taken hostage by the cult of MKO. I asked all human rights organizations in Iraq and other countries to help me meet my son, but unfortunately I have not received any response so far. Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help .