Banned By Big Brother – MEK Albania

Banned By Big Brother – MEK Albania

Banned By Big Brother - MEK  AlbaniaMazda Parsi, Nejat Society, August 26 2020:… Three sisters of a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) were interviewed by a US based Persian-language TV named Mardom TV. Mahmonir, Narges and Raheleh Iranpour are sisters of Mohammad Reza Iranpour who have been taken as a hostage by the MEK since he was 22 years old. Mohammad Reza was recruited by the MEK agents while he was in Turkey waiting for visa to go to Europe. Banned By Big Brother – MEK Albania 

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Banned By Big Brother – MEK Albania

The Iranpours’ beloved brother banned by “Big Brother”

Three sisters of a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) were interviewed by a US based Persian-language TV named Mardom TV.

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Mahmonir, Narges and Raheleh Iranpour are sisters of Mohammad Reza Iranpour

Mahmonir, Narges and Raheleh Iranpour are sisters of Mohammad Reza Iranpour who have been taken as a hostage by the MEK since he was 22 years old. Mohammad Reza was recruited by the MEK agents while he was in Turkey waiting for visa to go to Europe.

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Iranpour sisters interview with Mr. Parsa Sorbi Mardom TV Washington D.C.

During the recent interview, the Iranpour sisters spoke confidently and strongly concerning pain and sufferings of their family, particularly their parents who have been enduring 18 years of separation from their loved son. However, the history of the MEK is overwhelmed with complicated and bizarre facts that can be studied politically, psychologically, and sociologically etc. Analyzing the words of the Iranpour sisters may be helpful to get to a better characterization and understanding of what the MEK actually is.

In part of her speech, Raheleh challenges the totalitarian system ruling the MEK asking a number of questions that the MEK leaders have never answered. She compares the cult-like system of the group to a delusional father who suffers from paranoia, unrelenting mistrust and suspicion of all members of the family; he panics to stablish any relationships between his family members and the outside world. The outcome of such a training system are children who are mentally retarded, Raheleh says. In other words, a despotic father denies his children’s individuality and freedom.

Mahmonir Iranpour puts the last touches to her sisters’ arguments when she points out the famous masterpiece of the British writer George Orwell, “1984” Paralleling the fictional world that Orwell created in his book and the world inside the MEK, one can find a great deal of similarities. When the Iranpour sisters ask the MEK leaders to allow their brother to rent an apartment outside the group’s camp in Albania, in order to help him get back his individuality and independence. In “1984, Orwell explains clearly how the system deprives people from their individuality.

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Animal Farm George Orwell. How the original ideals are lost in internal power struggle and dictatorship

The socialist state that is depicted by Orwell in under the absolute rule of “Big Brother”. The term “Big Brother” –as it reminds us of “Brother Massoud” or “Sister Maryam” in the MEK—is a symbolic term that conveys the term “comrade” in socialist and communist communities; the term actually targets family, love, individuality, sex and identity of members of the society. Under the rule of Big Brother, parents, love, family and sexuality are meaningless. All aspects of the life are under the control of Big Brother. Sexuality is a crime, men and women are interchangeable not for the sake of equality but to break the rules of the nature.

In the world Orwell foresees for 1984, the State of the future will establish its power by destroying souls. But he believes that men will be coerced into soullessness. The MEK is an existing example of such a world, available as a case study for specialists on totalitarian systems.

Lack of individuality and living with masses inside the MEK camps whether in Manza, Albania or in Ouver Sur d’Oise France, trains men who are at service of evil by their own free will. It is quiet expectable, as his sisters expect too, Mohammad Reza Iranpour will show up on the MEK-run TV to accuse his sisters of being the agents of the Iranian government and to declare that he has stayed with the MEK by his own free will. Mohammad Reza and his comrades have no way except obeying to the hegemony of Massoud Rajavi. They are left in a group life.

Therefore, getting out of such a mass life and starting an independent life will help the start of a dialogue with oneself. As soon as an individual faces his or her internal world, far from the absolute control of the group, he or she will lose his faith to the peak of the power hierarchy. It can be the hero of “1984” who loses his faith on Big Brother or a member of the MEK who rejects Massoud Rajavi as his savior.

The hero of 1984 begins to write his memories as soon as he distrusts big brother, this helps the internal dialogue take place. However, his independence is regarded as a sin by Big Brother. Totalitarian systems like the Cult of Rajavi want humans deprived from their past, history, identity and any political and social understanding. The system tries its best to maintain members in such a state by inducing the illusion of enemy – even their family are considered as enemy.

The tragedy that Orwell narrates exists in every trait of the MEK entity. Mahmonir Iranpour cites from a defector of the MEK, that there are large monitors in every workplace in the MEK camp in Manza in which the supervisors can see the screens of the computers of all people working in the room. This is the objective appearance of the CCTVs in “1984” that observe the people’s everyday life. Commanders of the MEK are entirely aware of what is going in the life of each member.

Some defectors of the MEK, based on the Iranpours’ testimonies, had the illusion that after defecting the group, their families would be lurking for them with weapons; they assumed that every family has a computer connected to Iranian Intelligence Ministry! This indicates that how successful the Big Brother is to induce the conspiracy theory into members’ minds.

The Iranpours are representatives of a large number of families whose voice is barely listened by human rights bodies. The tears of Narges Iranpour when she speaks of her beloved brother’s childhood is the sign of grieves of hundreds of families that should not be taken for granted.

Mazda Parsi

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Iranpur family celebrate Ahmadreza’s birthday who is held hostage by the Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi Cult)

Iranpur_Family_Mojahedin_Khalq_Rajavi_Cult_HostagesNejat Society, April 009 2017:… Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, traveled to Turkey in 2002. They wanted to immigrate to a European country to make a better life there.Unfortunately, in Turkey the MKO recruiters tricked them into joining the group. They were then transferred to Camp Ashraf, Iraq. For a long time the Iranpour family had no news of them until they were informed of Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza whereabouts … 

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Iranpur family celebrate Ahmadreza’s birthday who is held hostage by the Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi Cult)

Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, traveled to Turkey in 2002. They wanted to immigrate to a European country to make a better life there.

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Unfortunately, in Turkey the MKO recruiters tricked them into joining the group. They were then transferred to Camp Ashraf, Iraq. For a long time the Iranpour family had no news of them until they were informed of Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza whereabouts through some defectors of the MKO cult.

In January 2004 they succeeded to meet their beloved brothers at Camp Ashraf. 20 MKO members accompanied Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza in the meeting in order the meeting not to be private.

From then on the Iranpour family have traveled to MKO Camps in Iraq several times to have a visit with their beloved brothers or at least get a news of them, still they were not allowed.

The two brothers transferred to Albania along with other MKO members last year.

March 29th, is the anniversary of Ahmadreza’s birthday. Iranpur family gathered together and celebrated his birthday from far away.

They published the photo along with a letter to their beloved brother, Almadreza.

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Iranpour Family writes to the Foreign Ministry of Australia 

Faryad Azadi, September 07 2016:… Our brothers Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza are no exception and are currently kept as slaves, in the dark, with no access to the outside world or access to the media or even their immediate family. They are constantly bombarded by all possible brainwashing tactics and techniques. These trapped members are not allowed to have access to telephone, mobile, internet, newspaper … etc. and have turned into weak and mentally unstable people who cannot decide … 

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Iranpour Family writes to the Foreign Ministry of Australia 

Foreign Ministry of Australia

With respect,

We are members of the Iranpour family. We are an ordinary middle class family living in Shiraz in Iran.

We would like to bring to your attention that two of our brothers Mr Ahmadreza Iranpour and Mr Mohammadreza Iranpour left our country at the end of 2002 and went to Turkey. They were intending to go to Europe to build a better future for themselves. In Turkey however they were spotted by the Mojahedin Khalq smugglers and fell into their trap. These smugglers falsely promised to get them residency in Germany but instead took them to Iraq. They then sold them to the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (MKO) as slaves. We were unaware of their whereabouts until 2003 when someone who had managed to run away from Camp Ashraf (Mojahedin Khalq terror camp given to them by Saddam Hussain) found out that our children are being kept captive at this place. From that day until now we have travelled to Iraq over 10 times hoping to see our captive family members. But this notorious terrorist violent group did not let us even have a simple visit with our loved ones. It is now clear that this organisation has changed deeply and is now a classic cult which does not allow the people trapped inside to have any contact with the outside world.

Our brothers Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza are no exception and are currently kept as slaves, in the dark, with no access to the outside world or access to the media or even their immediate family. They are constantly bombarded by all possible brainwashing tactics and techniques. These trapped members are not allowed to have access to telephone, mobile, internet, newspaper … etc. and have turned into weak and mentally unstable people who cannot decide for themselves any more. The Mojahedin Khalq did not let us even see or visit our loved ones as they are worried that a hint of the outside world could bring back all their human feelings. That is why they do not let us or other family members have access to their children. We are not the only ones, many others have been taken by the MKO and now have no way out.

We would also like to add that this terrorist cult has been engaged in many terror and suicide operations in our country Iran. They are responsible for the death of tens of thousands of civilian people. We have witnessed their brutality in our city, Shiraz, first hand. There was a man living in our area who had a shop making frames. He did not have any position or relation with the government but they assassinated him simply because he was religious and looked religious. We have also witnessed the burning of busses by the Mojahedin Khalq operatives in our city in which women and children were burned to death. The father of one of our friends had a shop. He too was killed simply because he was a religious man. There are more examples within the area where we live in Shiraz and you can find information and statistics about many similar atrocities simply searching the internet.

We are one of the families who have two children taken away from us who are currently captive in the hands of this notorious cult. Our knowledge of this cult comes from first-hand experience. We would like to inform your good self about the truth after which the judgment will be yours.

With the hope for the freedom of all the trapped people in this violent cult and hope for peace and friendship.

Yours

Iranpour family,

September/ 6 / 2016
Abdolhossein Iranpour father of Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza

Taherh Taghipour mother of Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza

Mahmonir, Homa, Narges and Raheleh Iranpour sisters of Ahmadereza and Mohammadreza

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41 families of prisoners in Rajavi cult write to Filippo Grandi, High Commissioner for Refugees 

Peyvan Rahaee, June 23 2016:… we would now like to ask you and your organisation (UNHCR) to take charge of our trips to Iraq and arrange simple and basic meetings with our loved ones outside the confines of Camp Liberty and without the presence of Mojahedin Khalq minders and commanders. We are of course ready to bear the expenses but we need this trip to Iraq to be under your supervision and command. Our country is a member of United Nations and pays its yearly dues … 

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Letter from 41 members of families of prisoners in Rajavi cult in Iraq, to the head of the High Commissioner for Refugees

Dear Mr. Filippo Grandi, High Commissioner for Refugees.

 کمیساریای عالی پناهندگی سازمان ملل متحدWe are a group of families who have come to Iraq in the hope of visiting our loved ones who are incarcerated in Camp Liberty. From 23rd to 26th of May 2016 we have presented ourselves four times at the gates of the Mojahedin Khalq’s camp (Liberty) bringing flowers and sweets and presents including tokens of our country’s soil. We have come in good faith and with clean hearts, without any feelings of hostility or even criticism against the leaders of the Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, NCRI …). Our only hope has been to meet with our family members. But the cult minders and guards not only did not show any friendly gesture or regard for our simple demands, instead they crushed our presents (the soil of our county which is obviously precious for us) under their boots, destroyed and burned the flowers and gifts we brought. On 26th May 2016 they increased their hostile activities and, adding to the usual swearing and insults, they started attacking us physically, injuring some.

I would like to bring to your attention some parts of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights UDHR):

“Article 13.

(1) Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state.

And:

Article 16.

(…)

(3) The family is the natural and fundamental group unit of society and is entitled to protection by society and the State.”

Link to UDHR
http://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights/index.html

Your colleagues from the UNHCR attended the scene shortly after we were attacked by the Mojahedin Khalq (MKO) and witnessed the situation. There are also photos and video clips which can be presented as evidence. All the families involved in this event are, of course, ready to give evidence about what happened.

Our question is why your good self and your organisation which clearly witnessed the injustice and the abuse of our human rights in front of the gates of Camp Liberty are silent and why is it that you do not wish to act to restore our rights?

How do you explain your double standards to the on looking international community?

We don’t have any demand but just a simple one. We demand the right to visit our children. Why is it that your do not engage to restore this simple human right which has been abused for long enough right in front of you?

We urge your good self to take notice of our basic, legal, humanitarian demand.

The Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, ….) claim that we are “agents of the intelligence ministry of Iran” and not the families of the people trapped inside camp Liberty. The Mojahedin Khalq have long used this excuse to prevent us from visiting our loved ones. To take away this ridiculous excuse we would now like to ask you and your organisation (UNHCR) to take charge of our trips to Iraq and arrange simple and basic meetings with our loved ones outside the confines of Camp Liberty and without the presence of Mojahedin Khalq minders and commanders. We are of course ready to bear the expenses but we need this trip to Iraq to be under your supervision and command. Our country is a member of United Nations and pays its yearly dues accordingly. It is part of your duty to give us an official answer.

We now wait for your reply.

Iran,

22June 2016

Signatories:

List of signatories, families of those imprisoned in camp Liberty in Iraq
R Name and Surname of Visitor Name and Surname of Prisoner Relationship with Prisoner
1 Mahnaz Akkafian Mohammad Ali  Sasani Mother
2 Jahanshir Sasani Mohammad Ali  Sasani Father
3 Ahmad Hajari Ali Hajari Brother
4 Shahin  Hajari Ali  Hajari Sister
5 Zeynab Hajari Ali  Hajari Sister
6 Sakina Avazzade Ali  Hajari Mother
7 Mohammad Beheshti Mostafa Beheshti Brother
8 Narges Beheshti Mostafa Beheshti Sister
9 Mah Monir Iranpour Ahmad Reza and Mohammad Reza Iranpour Sister
10 Raheleh Iranpour Ahmad Reza and Mohammad Reza Iranpour Sister
11 Homa Iranpour Ahmad Reza and Mohammad Reza Iranpour Sister
12 Hassan Toffah Ahmad Reza and Mohammad Reza Iranpour brother in law
13 Zomorrod Amini Gholamreza Shokri Mother
14 Hassan Morad Shokri Gholamreza Shokri cousin
15 Fariba Sorkhi Ahmad  Sorkhi  Sister
16 Fatema Keykhahi Hassan Ali Baharloo brother’s wife
17 Fatema  Baharloo Hassan Ali Baharloo Sister
18 Sakran Bavi Soltan Bavi Brother
19 Shahla Mardani Soltan Bavi brother’s wife
20 Aziz Mahdavi Majid Mahdavi Brother
21 Jehad Motavveri Valid  Motavveri Brother
22 Jahangir Saberi Agil Saberi Brother
23 Mortaza Nowroozi Abdolmajid   Nowroozi   Brother
24 Saeid Zolgadari Mahmood  Zolgadari Brother
25 Hossein Hassan Kaveyar Mahsen   Hassan Kaveyar Fother
26 Mohammad Ali  Arbabi Hadi Arbabi Brother
27 Karam Reza Mirzayi Gholam Ali  Mirzayi Brother
28 Shahnaz  Mirzayi Gholam Ali  Mirzayi brother’s wife
29 Fereshte Mahdian Gholam Ali  Mirzayi wife
30 Tajoddowla Heydarian Mehdi Hamidfar Mother
31 Bijade Mahmoodi Fard Chegini Eskandar Arjomand Mother
32 Rogayya Farazian Fard Kohan Feridoon Nedayi Mother
33 Ghahraman Pooladrag Bijan  Pooladrag Father
34 Farida  Pooladrag Bijan  Pooladrag Sister
35 Behrooz Awladi  Massooma Awladi Brother
36 Alireza Darvishtabar Ali Asghar  Darvishtabar Brother
37 Akbar Moradi Kamrani Hooshang  Moradi Kamrani Brother
38 Jahanbakhsh  Najafi Zelani Daryoosh  Najafi Zelani Brother
39 Gholam Reza Jaafari Ali Reza Jaafari brother
40 Hamida Dabbagh Aali Nassab Manssoor Abbaskhani brother’s wife
41 Nader  Abbaskhani Manssoor Abbaskhani Nephew

CC:
UN Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI)
Office of UNHCR (Baghdad)
ICRC
Office of Iraqi President
Office of Iraqi PM
Office of Iraqi Parliament Speaker
State Department (US)
US embassy (Baghdad)
HRW
US and Iraqi Media

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