Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

Cult of Rajavi Leaders In Albania And Hostages FamiliesNejat Society, October 05 2021:… “We had no news of Mohammad Mehdi from 1988 to 2003,” his brother Hossein Sabet Rostami says. “In 2003, some defectors of the group told us that Mohammad Mehdi was in the Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi).” Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

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Why don’t Cult of Rajavi Leaders respond to our requests?

Nejat BloggersOctober 4, 2021

Mohammad Mehdi Sabet Rostami is from Behshahr, a town in the North of Iran. He was a soldier in Iran-Iraq war in 1982 when he was taken as a prisoner of war by Iraqi forces. He was in Iraqi POW camps until 1988. He used to write letters to his family in Iran during those six years.

“We had no news of Mohammad Mehdi from 1988 to 2003,” his brother Hossein Sabet Rostami says. “In 2003, some defectors of the group told us that Mohammad Mehdi was in the Mujahedin Khalq (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi).”

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Mohammad Mehdi Sabet Rostami family

Mohammad Mehdi had been deceived to move to Camp Ashraf by the MEK recruiters who used to commute the POW camps of Iraq to recruit members. The MEK was the private army of Saddam Hussein before his collapse by the American invasion.

The Sabet Rostami family traveled to Iraq to visit Mohammad Mehdi at Camp Ashraf, in 2004. “We waited the whole day to get permission to meet my brother,” Hossein says. “Finally, we were only allowed to visit him for half an hour under the strict supervision of other members and commanders of the group.”

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Since then, Hossein and his parents have not been able to meet Mohammad Mehdi. “In 2010 we went to Camp Ashraf, Iraq three times,” Hossein says.

“The camp authorities did not allow us to visit my brother. This was the right of my parents to see their son but they were deprived of their right.”

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The Sabet Rostami family travelled to Iraq to visit Mohammad Mehdi at Camp Ashraf, in 2004

Hossein Sabet Rostami and his parents have taken a lot of actions in order to find a way to meet Mohammad Mehdi. They have written several letters to the Albanian authorities since the group has been relocated in Albania. They frequently send text and video massages addressing their beloved one who is a hostage in the Cult of Rajavi in Albania as well as the leaders of the cult. Nejat Society publishes the messages in the hope that Mohammad Mehdi might see them sometime.

“Why can’t my brother choose for his own life?” Hossein wonders in his last message. “Why can’t he call his family? Why don’t leaders of the Cult of Rajavi respond to our requests? My elderly parents are sick and tired of waiting for the day they will be able to see their beloved son in the free world after forty years of imprisonment.”

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Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited – Victim’s family speak out

Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited Iran Interlink, January 05 2021:… In 2011, Iraqi police tried to reclaim land that had been illegally gifted to the MEK by Saddam Hussein. MEK leaders sent unarmed rank and file members to ‘resist to the death’. Some threw themselves under armoured vehicles, others were shot attacking the police. Massoud and Maryam Rajavi are responsible for the violence that day. They are responsible for the deaths of these people. Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited – Victim’s family speak out 

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Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited – Victim’s family speak out against Cult of Rajavi Leaders 

In 2011, Iraqi police tried to reclaim land that had been illegally gifted to the MEK by Saddam Hussein. MEK leaders sent unarmed rank and file members to ‘resist to the death’. Some threw themselves under armoured vehicles, others were shot attacking the police. Massoud and Maryam Rajavi are responsible for the violence that day. They are responsible for the deaths of these people.

Message of Ms Mahniz Sepahpour, Nasser Sepahpour’s sister killed by the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), to Albanian government officials and the World Health Organization (WHO)

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In the name of God

Hello, I am Mahnaz Sepahpour, siter of the late Nasser Sepahpour, killed by the MEK. I am from Iran, from the city of Urmia. In April 2011, my brother was killed by the MEK during clashes with Iraqi forces at Camp Ashraf. The MEK claimed him as a martyr. They wrote a will on his behalf and talked to us, and they abused his injured and then lifeless body.

We have tried for years by appealing to Human Rights Organisations to save Nasser (The body) from the clutches of this cult but unfortunately, we did not succeed. My parents passed away and they did not mange to see their only son. My brother was not political type, and he did not know the MEK at all. He was deceived by the MEK when he left the country and was taken to Camp Ashraf (In Iraq), but Nasser escaped from them and went to Turkey to achieve a better life. He planned to get to a European country from there where he could find a suitable job, earn enough money and then return home to his family.

Unfortunately, Massoud Rajavi and his collaborators ruined all his and my parents’ wishes. They got hold of Nasser again and using fake identities as staff of an employment agency in Europe, made false promises of a good job opportunity. He was put on a plane destined for Iraq. According to former members who have managed to escape from Camp Ashraf, Nasser had tried to escape from the camp several times but failed. According to his friends, Nasser was both ill and disturbed. Nasser had many dreams that were ruined by Rajavi and his collaborators, and they took his life like other young people in pursuit of their treacherous goals, and kept his parents waiting up to the last day of their lives until they departed longing to see their only son.

The MEK forced Nasser to give a compulsory interview on MEK TV which was the worst act of the cult against us and Nasser. Rajavi agents tried many times in their contacts with our family when Nasser was alive to extort money from us in his name and get money to pursue the dirty goals of betraying their homeland. For 20 years we were unaware that Nasser was in the MEK camp. We looked for him everywhere for 20 years without knowing where he is and what he is doing. Is this fair?

Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited

Ashraf Camp Massacre Revisited

After he died, we asked for his body, which is the just right of every family as next of kin. We received nothing but insults and accusations from the Rajavi cult elements.

I am now addressing Albanian government officials as well as human rights bodies. Please do not let those who are trapped in the MEK camp in that country have the same destiny as my brother Nasser. Many families are now waiting for a call and a simple visit with their loved ones who are trapped in the cult in your country. Please help them.

I recently heard that a large number of trapped members in the MEK camp in Albania have been infected with coronavirus and died, but the organisation hides their deaths and buries them covertly at night.

In this regard, I also ask the WHO not to let those people who have no access to the outside world and who are deprived of Albanian heath care, die. Their families are worried and are waiting for your concrete actions. Please do something before it is too late. God says that he breathed his soul into mankind’s body. Each of us was created for a purpose without exception, to be God’s successors on earth. Now ask yourself how many times have you acted like a successor? Now is the time to save the lives of people trapped in the MEK camp in Albania. Please help. Fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters, spouses and children are waiting.

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Family is taboo except after death

Mojahedin Maryam Rajavi - Family is tabooNejat Society, May 18 2021:… Among destructive cults, the Cult of Rajavi (MKO/ MEK/ Mujahedin Khalq/ PMOI) has escaped the principle of family , forbidding the foundation of family as its fundamental organizational principle. In fact, family is a strange word which is scarified in the cult-like regulations of the MEK. Rules such as compulsory marriage, forced celibacy, forced divorce, separation of children from parents, the sterilization of women, and many other components represent the violation of family rights by the MEK. Family is taboo except after death 

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Family is taboo except after death

In human society, family is a group of people related either by birth or affinity. The purpose of families should be to maintain the well-being of its members and of society. It is the essential element and the fundamental pillar of society; and many societies in the world regard the protection and support of the family as their fundamental principles, since the decline or rise of each society is closely linked to the inner situation of each family.

On the other hand, the formation of a family is one of the basic rights of every person. This right, like other basic rights such as having a job and choosing a place of residence, is inevitable, and nobody can deny this right from another.

The above-mentioned statements are perfectly rational and acceptable to each audience. It is even surprising to everyone that, in the twenty-first century, leaders of a small society violate these logical principles. Today there are sects out there that deny this simple principle. They oppose the foundations of family.

Among destructive cults, the Cult of Rajavi (MKO/ MEK/ Mujahedin Khalq/ PMOI) has escaped the principle of family , forbidding the foundation of family as its fundamental organizational principle.

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Family is taboo except after death

In fact, family is a strange word which is scarified in the cult-like regulations of the MEK. Rules such as compulsory marriage, forced celibacy, forced divorce, separation of children from parents, the sterilization of women, and many other components represent the violation of family rights by the MEK.

However, family turn out to become useful for the MEK leaders. In December 2018, one of the most famous MKO members, Mohammad Seyedi Kashani, in the Garrison of Ashraf 3 in Albania, died because of his age.
At the time of his funeral in the cemetery of Ashraf, the famous fringe occurred; the presence of people with flowers. They showed up as Seyed Kashani’s family. Perhaps, the most remarkable fringe for the ceremony was a paper on which it was written “family”. In the pictures of two women with flowers, moving to the grave of the man; you will find that one of them is Shohreh Moghadas, the wife and the other one, the daughter of Seyedi Kashani.

But why is the name of the family surprising to the audience? The answer to this question should be sought in the history of the MEK. After the heavy defeat the group in the “Eternal Light” against Iranian border, Massoud Rajavi called the operation as an “insurance letter” for the management and reduction of members’ protests for the failure of “Forough Javidan” and its heavy casualties for the organization.

All members were blamed for the failure. People got stuck in the “Chahar zebr” Strait (a location of a horrible battle in the operation), because of thousands of straits in their minds! And in fact, their “monotheism” was incomplete because they had to think about the leadership in their minds and they should not depend on anyone else in terms of emotional affairs and considered the interests of a husband and wife as partners and the members should only be interested in their leader, Massoud Rajavi.

These arguments were the introduction to another “ideological revolution” known as the “divorce revolution”. To control individuals, Massoud Rajavi considered the only factor in the failure of the organization to be an individual’s affiliation with the family and, in order to counteract it, sought to oppose the “individuality and gender” of the organization, and then members of the organization took a divorce and even insulted each other. Seyedi Kashani and Shohreh Moghaddas were not excluded from this and were obliged to obey Massoud orders, in addition to having a child. Shohreh Moghaddas went to France in March 1993 with Maryam and no longer returned to Iraq, and daughter of Seyedi Kashani was taken to Iraq in 1991 in a sectarian movement.

This is a story of the lives of many people who have been condemned to death in the Rajavi cult, and see their being excluded because, contrary to the principles of nature, in this sect, only death can be a factor in forming a family. When you observe Seyedi Kashani’s burial video, you are more likely to realize the reality of the secularism of the MKO. A woman and girl who have been for years not allowed to meet with their other family members, and only permission, is to attend the funeral. It is possible that if Massoud Rajavi, the head of the terrorist cult of the MKO, was presents on that day, he would condemn and blame the woman and daughter for expressing their kindness and grief.

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MEK cult and families

MEK cult and familiesMazda Parsi, Nejat Society, April 10 2021:… According to Whitsett and Kent, “A frequent consequence of cult involvement—and one that may have dramatic implications for diagnosis and treatment of former members—is the assault that these groups make upon family units among their adherents“. The evidence is officially published on the MEK-run websites from time to time, particularly after, each family member of the MEK adherents try to call on human rights bodies and file appeals against the MEK leaders. MEK cult and families

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MEK cult and families.Family is taboo except after death

Leila is the Youngest child of Rahim Kayukan. She was born in 1979, two years before his father, Rahim would leave the entire family behind to join the Mujahedin Khalq Organization, in September 1981. When Rahim left the family other siblings of Leila, Mozhgan, Mehran and Mosen were respectively, 13, 10 and 4 years old. At the time, their mother, Behjat Sediqi was 32 years old and since then she has never been contacted by her husband.

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Leila Kayukan and her mother holding his father’s photo

For four decades, Rahim Kayukan has been a member of the Mujahedin Khalq and is in the group’s camp in Albania now. He is one of the thousand Iranians who are kept under the cult-like structure of the Mujahedin Khalq. Rahim was a flight technician of the Iran National Airlines when he was recruited by the MEK. What has stopped Rahim from contacting his wife and children during these long years?

It may seem strange how intelligent people can get caught up in such a bizarre and dangerous cult like the MEK. But the fact is that cults target individuals throughout their life spans and across all socioeconomic groups and backgrounds. “Regrettably, it is impossible to quantify how many people are involved in potentially damaging cultic religions or similar ideological commitments,” Doni Whitsett & Stephen A. Kent assert in a paper on “Cults and Families”.

The authors of the article, referring to a large number of comprehensive books and researches on the issue, attempt to raise the awareness in ways that facilitate the ability of professionals to evaluate the impact of cults on some people who get trapped in these cults. They focus on both families within the cults and families outside of cults that are impacted by the cultic involvement of one or more of their members.

According to Whitsett and Kent, “A frequent consequence of cult involvement—and one that may have dramatic implications for diagnosis and treatment of former members—is the assault that these groups make upon family units among their adherents“. The evidence is officially published on the MEK-run websites from time to time, particularly after, each family member of the MEK adherents try to call on human rights bodies and file appeals against the MEK leaders.

In case of Leila Kayukan, her recent testimony in court made the MEK propaganda agents assault her family by accusing her of being dishonest about her father. This is an official position taken by the MEK vitrines in the social media which is exposed to the outside world. Not mentioning the way they treat members and their families inside the isolated camps of the Cult of Rajavi.

The authors of “Cults and Families”, believe that cult leaders use several factors to break the bonds between members and their families. “These factors include intensive resocialization into the new, deviant beliefs and behaviors; the demonization of people’s pre-cult lives; intense punishment and shaming regimes; restrictions on exogenous social contacts; heavy financial and time commitments; and constant demands to value group commitments over family considerations.”

According to the article, cult leaders impose various regressive techniques on their members that interfere with their ability to critically assess their situations. Authors also assert that the most virulent forms of regression.This kind of treatment demonstrate the disordered personalities of the cult leaders. however, probably reflect the disordered personalities of some leaders. They present several examples of cult leaders who suffer from various forms of psychological dysfunction.

“Many groups attack the formation of parent–child bonds by geographically separating children from their parents,” they state. “For example, various Eastern-based religious groups operate educational facilities back in their home countries, and often Western followers send their children to these overseas facilities for schooling. Consequently, children and parents see each other very infrequently, as distant strangers assume child-rearing and educational responsibilities. The children, therefore, cannot rely upon their parents in times of need.”

In addition to children like Leila and her siblings, there have been many children who were taken to the MEK camps by their parents but later on they were separated from them. then distanced from them. The number of children who have been separated from their parents by the MEK leaders mount to over 700. In just one cargo, over 300 children were separated from their parents in Camp Ashraf and were transferred via Jordan to Europe in 1990. The horrible fates of these children should be considered as cases of child and teen abuse.

Moreover, “similar threats to those directed against parent–child relationships also exist against spousal relationships”. The authors of the paper suggest, “In highly restrictive groups, strong marriages challenge leaders’ ability to control and receive the constant attention of the two partners. Moreover, couples are likely to establish private confidences—to share intimate feelings, dreams, desires, and perhaps doubts—all of which threaten paranoid leaders and evoke envy in those who have narcissistic and borderline personality disorders.” Therefore, forced divorces and mandatory celibacy in the MEK are definitely the sign of Massoud Rajavi’s personality disorders.

Thus, Rahim Kayukan and hundreds of his peers are trapped in the Cult of Rajavi. They are not allowed to talk and even think about their family. They are under daily pressure to denounce any relationship with the world except with the orders of the leaders Maryam and Massoud Rajavi. This is always mentioned in the testimonies of former members of the group and confirmed in the article too.


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“Often groups require members to reveal their supposed deficiencies and shortcomings in assemblies, meetings, or other public settings,” Whitsett and Kent write. “Members, therefore, are trapped in double binds. On the one hand, if they go public with doubts or private opinions, then others will attack and possibly expel them. On the other hand, if they withhold their private (and possibly negative) thoughts, then they likely feel deceitful and inadequate to the tasks of their groups’ missions. Thus, many members are locked in inner battles between self-protection and group solidarity. Because they are torn in these ways, it is exceedingly difficult for them to provide emotional and cognitive guidance to children (not to mention to other adults).”

It is clear that, members of MEK have no way out of the Cult-like system of the group. They are certainly live cases of human rights violation that the International community is responsible to rescue them before irreparable damage is taking its toll.

Mazda Parsi

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