Families of Liberty Residents at the Doors (Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult)

Families of Liberty Residents at the Doors (Mojahedin Khalq, Rajavi cult)

Sahar Family Foundation, Baghdad, Novmeber 23 2015:.. These families demand the local authorities of the UNHCR to aid them with information about their dear ones who are not allowed to visit them. The families were from Eastern Azarbayjan, Markazi and Isfahan provinces. They stayed the previous night in a hotel in Baghdad. They were present in front of …

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلق نوامبر 2015Families at Camp Liberty say ‘meeting our loved ones is a fundamental human right’

کمپ لیبرتی خانواده های گروگانهای مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجویLetter to the UNHCR

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Families of Liberty Residents at the Doors

Second group of families of Liberty residents went to the camp near Baghdad, Iraq.

On Friday November 20th, another group of families of residents of Camp Liberty – taken as hostages by the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO) picketed in front of the camp in an effort to get news about their loved ones there.

These families demand the local authorities of the UNHCR to aid them with information about their dear ones who are not allowed to visit them.

The families were from Eastern Azarbayjan, Markazi and Isfahan provinces. They stayed the previous night in a hotel in Baghdad. They were present in front of the doors of Liberty, on Friday morning at 10 O’clock.

They are determined not to leave the camp unless the UNHCR gives them proper information about the destiny of their children and unless they are able to have a short visit with them.

As well as the first time, using loudspeakers, cellphones and cameras was forbidden for the families but they tried to cry the names of the children so energetically that they could hear them. They also tried to enter the Camp but they were not allowed.

They called on all human rights activists including Europe-based defectors of the MKO to support the action taken by the families and to put pressure on the UNHCR to allow families to visit their children. The UN should answer why it is acting in line with the ambitions of the Rajavis.

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلق نوامبر 2015

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلق نوامبر 2015

کمپ لیبرتی خانواده های گروگانهای مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلق فرقه رجوی

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Families at Camp Liberty say ‘meeting our loved ones is a fundamental human right’

Iran Interlink, Camp Liberty, September 07 2015:… Newly arrived families stand outside Camp Liberty holding placards with the names of their loved ones. The slogans they shout say that ‘meeting with our loved ones is our fundamental human right’. Many have been denied contact for decades because the Rajavi cult bans members from contacting their families …

خانواده ها کمپ لیبرتی سپتامبر 2015Rajavi tortures Camp Liberty residents in Iraq by denying family contact

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Families at Camp Liberty say ‘meeting our loved ones is a fundamental human right’

Newly arrived families stand outside Camp Liberty holding placards with the names of their loved ones. The slogans they shout say that ‘meeting with our loved ones is our fundamental human right’. Many have been denied contact for decades because the Rajavi cult bans members from contacting their families. These families are concerned that their loved ones may be transferred to Albania without notice and are appealing to UN and Iraqi officials as well as the MEK’s supporters to allow them to meet with them.

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Family members of Camp Liberty residents appeal for help from Baghdad

Iran Interlink, Baghdad, September 06 2015:… 24 Iranians who have travelled from Khorasan Razavi, Khuzestan and Yazd provinces have just arrived in Baghdad. They will visit Camp Liberty tomorrow where they hope to make contact with their loved ones. These are family members of individuals in the camp and have become concerned about reports that …

خانواده های گروگانهای فرقه رجوی بیرون کمپ لیبرتیRajavi tortures Camp Liberty residents in Iraq by denying family contact

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Family members of Camp Liberty residents appeal for help from Baghdad

24 Iranians who have travelled from Khorasan Razavi, Khuzestan and Yazd provinces have just arrived in Baghdad. They will visit Camp Liberty tomorrow where they hope to make contact with their loved ones. These are family members of individuals in the camp and have become concerned about reports that their loved ones may be transferred to Albania without notice and wish to be able to see them. They stress that they have no political agenda and only wish to make family visits. They are not for or against anybody and don’t wish to persuade their loved ones in any way, only to meet with them. The family members appeal to anybody, including the MEK’s supporters, to help facilitate these meetings, after which they will return home.

خانواده های مجاهدین خلق بغداد سپتامبر 2015

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Nejat families letter to Presdient Alebadi

Nejat Society, August 25 2015:… We are a number of families from Ilam Province, Iran. Each family has a loved one taken as a hostage by the Mujahdin Khalq Organization (the cult of Rajavi) for over twenty years. Our beloved children have not been allowed to even make a phone call to contact us. The Cult of Rajavi has kept them behind the bars of the cult …

خانواده های گروگانهای فرقه رجوی بیرون کمپ لیبرتیRajavi panic families picketing at Camp Liberty!

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Nejat families letter to Presdient Alebadi

Dear Mr. Presdient Heidar Alebadi,

We are a number of families from Ilam Province, Iran. Each family has a loved one taken as a hostage by the Mujahdin Khalq Organization (the cult of Rajavi) for over twenty years. Our beloved children have not been allowed to even make a phone call to contact us. The Cult of Rajavi has kept them behind the bars of the cult against their will.

Your majesty and the international community have witnessed a lot of the MKO’s hostages fleeing Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty. They escaped their life and went to Europe where they revealed the true face of the cult.

They write of mental and physical torture they tolerated in the Cult of Rajavi. They tell their stories but the international and human rights bodies keep silent. No one care for our loved ones who have not succeeded to escape the MKO Camps.

We have traveled to Iraq several times, waiting behind the tall walls of Ashraf, suffering the hot weather in the hope of visiting our loved ones for just a moment, even from far distance.

Your cooperation and understanding to aid us meet our loved ones will be greatly appreciated.

Respectfully Yours,

Akbar Cheraghi

Iraj Nasiri

Ne’mat Pirani

Yari Kuchaki

Ali Mahdawi

Morad Jalilian

Sattar Kheyri

Jahangir Khademi

Hamid Kheyri

Khalil Faryadras

Yusof Namdari

Ali Asghar Barani

Taher Gholamhosseini

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Families ask Human Rights Minister to intervene to allow interviews with their relatives in Camp Liberty

Almada Press, Baghdad, June 19 2015:… In a meeting with the Iranian families and the press at the ministry’s headquarters, Iraq’s Minister of Human Rights said “We have a responsibility as a state to protect the lives of these people according to agreements made between Iraq and the United Nations, and we respect all the international resolutions …

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Iranian families ask Iraq’s Human Rights Minister to intervene to allow interviews with their relatives in Camp Liberty

Almada Press – Baghdad

On Sunday 14th June, a number of Iranian families met with Iraq’s Human Rights Minister and asked him to intervene to allow interviews with their relatives in Camp Liberty, and stressed they need “only a few minutes” with them. The Ministry of Human Rights confirmed that the Mojahedin Khalq (MEK) leaders’ rejection of the requests of these families was based on “their relatives’ refusal to meet them because of the need to protect the lives of the members of the organization”.

Hussein, who is with the group of families, told Almada Press in an interview that, “we have many times tried to see our relatives despite the MEK’s claims that they won’t meet us, and we have had the help of all the parties involved including the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights and the Red Cross. He pointed out that “all we want is an interview for a few minutes to check on [the wellbeing of] our relatives who have been with this organization for decades without contact with us.”

For her part, Hosna, the daughter of one of the members of the MEK Organization, told Almada Press, “I have repeatedly tried to meet with my father, whom I haven’t seen since I was born – he joined the MEK when I was only was 45 days old – but all attempts have failed. And after moving to Camp Liberty, this camp has very high walls and I cannot see him inside there even from a distance”. She continued, “the only time I have seen him was when they were in Camp Ashraf in Diyala province, when I saw him from far away without talking to him”.

In a meeting with the Iranian families and the press at the ministry’s headquarters, Iraq’s Minister of Human Rights said “We have a responsibility as a state to protect the lives of these people according to agreements made between Iraq and the United Nations, and we respect all the international resolutions, but their presence in Iraq is only for a limited period of time”. He noted, “We will not withhold any assistance that can be provided [to the families] and we will work very hard to secure the needs of these families who have come to meet their relatives in Iraq.”

Haider Hussain Mahdi, Director General of the Legal Department of the Ministry of Human Rights, told Almada Press that “the Ministry of Human Rights has received a group of Iranian families who want to visit their children and loved ones who are in Camp Liberty and this camp, as everyone knows, is home to members of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran.”

Mahdi continued, “The members of this organization numbered more than 3,000 in their camp in Diyala province during the era of the former regime. Following the ouster of that regime their demands to stay in Iraq were rejected by successive Iraqi governments because their continuation in Iraq is prohibited by law and the Iraqi constitution.” He pointed out that, “the Iraqi authorities are trying to expel them from Iraq in cooperation with the United Nations and US forces (when they were in Iraq).”

Mahdi said, “The families of these individuals, now and earlier, have flocked to Iraq to see them but always faced rejection by the organization which argued that its members do not want to see their loved ones coming from Iran.”

Mahdi said, “We are trying to provide all the facilities possible to enable these families to see their loved ones, and we will take their names and the names of those who they want to see in order to complete this interview process between the individual parties involved”. He pointed out that “all previous attempts failed because the leaders of the individuals inside the camp always rejected such visits or interviews”.

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