Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)Nejat Society, June 13 2020:… List of messages and letters by Qazvin families to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama requesting contact with their loved ones in the MEK camp. Simultaneous with the recent eleven thousand signature petition, the families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) in Albania from Qazvin province (north of Iran), have sent separate letters and messages to the Albanian prime minister, urging him to enable them to visit or at least make phone calls to their loved ones. Each of these letters was sent with photos, details and documents, and copies were given to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international ones and the Albanian and international media. The families also expressed concern about the health of their loved ones in the current state of the prevalence of Covid-19 disease. Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help 

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

Nejat Families await the Albanian government response to their requests

List of messages and letters by Qazvin families to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama requesting contact with their loved ones in the MEK camp

Simultaneous with the recent eleven thousand signature petition, the families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) in Albania from Qazvin province (north of Iran), have sent separate letters and messages to the Albanian prime minister, urging him to enable them to visit or at least make phone calls to their loved ones.
Each of these letters was sent with photos, details and documents, and copies were given to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international ones and the Albanian and international media. The families also expressed concern about the health of their loved ones in the current state of the prevalence of Covid-19 disease.

We look forward to seeing the Albanian government respond to these requests as a humanitarian move and remove the obstacles that stand in the way. Many of these families have not had the slightest knowledge of the situation of their loved ones for decades who are now living inside the MEK camp in Albania.
It is worth mentioning that during these years, many families of Qazvin province passed away while waiting for their loved ones and never managed to get information about them, and now their names are missing from the appendix list.

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

MEK Families from azvin write to the Albanian PM Edi Rama (PDF File )

Below are some messages for the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis. Unfortunately Rajavi calls the elderly mothers and fathers and the children of his members terrorists and mercenaries:

Roghayeh Rahmani, Amir Rahdar’s mother, wrote to Edi Rama:

“I request a visit or at least a phone call so that I can hear my son’s voice for the last time in the final days of my life.”

“I request a meeting with or at least to make a phone call to my son in the last days of my life,” wrote Hossein Ghahremani’s mother, Alamtab Rahmani.

“My last request is to have a phone call with my son in the last days of my life and hear his voice,” wrote Roghayeh Barpaii, the mother of Mohammad Hussein Tayyarzadeh.

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

Ali Akbar Babaeinejad, the father of Jafar Babaeinejad, wrote:

“I want to meet in person or at least make a phone call to my son.”

Also, Khadijeh Babaei, the mother of Jafar Babaeinejad, wrote:

“I request a face-to-face meeting with my son. Is the request of an old mother to visit her son a very big request?”

Maryam Babaeinejad, the daughter of Jafar Babaeinejad, also wrote:

“I have been deprived of meeting my father for more than 32 years. Why?”

Ali Asghar Rahimi, Bahman Rahimi’s father, wrote:

“In these last days of my life, at least my wish is a phone call from my son after many years. Is it such a great wish?”

“I request a face-to-face meeting with my father. I want at least to hear his voice after many years,” wrote Mehrnoosh Taherkhani, the daughter of Isa Taherkhani.

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Tahereh Ebrahimi, the mother of Mahmoud Zolghadri, wrote:

“I request a face-to-face meeting with my son. It is very difficult for a mother to stay away from her child for many years.”

Sultan Reza Qalyan, the mother of Mohammad Reza Haji Aghasi, wrote:

“I want a face-to-face meeting or at least a phone call with my son before I die like his father. I am longing to see him and hear his voice.”

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (7)

Roghayeh Bagherzadeh Barmkuhi, the mother of Ali Reza Gholami Barmkuhi, wrote:

“I hope to have a meeting with my son before my death, or at least to hear his voice. His father was waiting for him until the last moments of his life.”

“I have a request to meet in person or at least make a phone call to my daughter,” wrote Zahra Fanoudi’s mother, Soghari Eskandari.

“I request a face-to-face meeting, or at least a phone call with my daughter,” wrote Abbas Fanoudi, Zahra Fanoudi’s father.

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Roghayeh Shojaei Aliabadi, the mother of Hossein Shojaei Aliabadi, wrote:

“I want to see my son after so many years, or at least hear his voice.”

Also, Hassan Shojaei Aliabadi, the father of Hossein Shojaei Aliabadi, wrote:

“I request a personal meeting or at least a telephone conversation with my son.”

Fatemeh Sultan Jalili, the mother of Mohammad Niksour, wrote:

“I request a meeting or at least a phone call be arranged with my son before my death.”

“I request a meeting with my son,” said Rakhsareh Ghasempour, the mother of Ibrahim Mohammadian Asl.

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Ghamari Moradi, the mother of Masoumeh Oladi Salkhori, wrote:

“I request a meeting or at least a phone call with my daughter before I die.”

“I want to meet in person with my daughter,” said Khadijeh Delpasand, the mother of Fatemeh Homafar.

“I request a meeting or at least a call with my son,” wrote Mokarameh Mardani, the mother of Saifullah Mardan.

Mohammad Akbarzadeh – Nejat Society, Representative of Qazvin Province

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (6)

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (6)Nejat Society, Tehran, June 12 2020:… From Khorasan Razavi province (northeast of Iran), a number of families of members trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama simultaneous with the petition of over 11,000 signatures, urging him to lift the obstacles in order to let them meet their loved ones, or at least arrange a phone call with them. Many of these families have not heard from their relatives in Albania for several decades now. Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help 

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

1- Nejat Families: lift the obstacles and let us meet our loved ones

List of letters and messages sent by some families of Khorasan Razavi province to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama requesting contact with their relatives in the MEK camp

From Khorasan Razavi province (northeast of Iran), a number of families of members trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama simultaneous with the petition of over 11,000 signatures, urging him to lift the obstacles in order to let them meet their loved ones, or at least arrange a phone call with them.

Many of these families have not heard from their relatives in Albania for several decades now.

The letters were accompanied by photos and documents and were sent to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international authorities and various media outlets. Families are also concerned about the health of their relatives in the context of the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Families are eagerly waiting for the Albanian government to respond to these requests and take effective action as a humanitarian gesture. Many of these families have not heard from their relatives in Albania for several decades now.

It should be noted that during these years, many family members in Khorasan Razavi province, while waiting to meet their loved ones, passed away and never managed to find out about their situation, and now their names are missing from the appendix list.

Other families from Khorasan Razavi province are still sending letters and messages.

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MEK Families from Khorasan write to the Albanian PM Edi Rama

Below are some messages to the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis. Rajavi brazenly calls elderly mothers and fathers as well as the offspring of members of his cult terrorists and mercenaries:

Mohammad Jafar Azad Manjiri, the father of Maryam Azad Manjiri, wrote in a letter to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama:

“I have been waiting for my daughter for more than 30 years. We families are happy that our loved ones have come to your country, but unfortunately I was told that your government does not issue visas to families. I ask you to give us visas so that we can see our children.”

I have not seen my daughter for more than 30 years. I want at least one phone call with her“, wrote Batool Qazi, Maryam Azad Manjiri’s mother.

Mehri Khairkhah, the mother of Massoud Abuzarian, wrote:

“It is a pity that I cannot come to your country to see my son.”

Khadijeh Jahedi, the mother of Mohammad Baghaei, wrote:

“His father died during our son’s separation from us and I keep crying, but I do have hope. Make me happy by giving me a visa to see my son.”

Narges Houripour, the wife of Mehdi Behbahani, wrote:

“I have been waiting for my husband for more than 35 years and I raised my children with difficulty. Isn’t it time to have a family visit?”

Rabia Behbahani, the daughter of Mehdi Behbahani, wrote:

“We were little sisters when our father was captured in the war in defense of our homeland and then deceived by Rajavi. Now he is in your country and trapped by the MEK. We urge you to let us meet him.”

Raheleh Behbahani, another daughter of Mehdi Behbahani, wrote:

“Make it possible to communicate with our father.”

Reyhaneh Behbahani, the other daughter of Mehdi Behbahani, wrote:

“We want to contact our father.”

I have been waiting for my son for more than 35 years. Who is responsible for that? Why shouldn’t they be allowed to call their families?” Wrote Effat Akhlaqi, Mohammad Ali Tavakoli’s mother.

“As a mother, I don’t understand why the MEK does not allow my daughter to make even one call,” wrote Moluk Tavkkol Afshar, the mother of Marzieh Hosseini Mahmoudabadi.

Fatemeh Salehi Shirazi, the mother of Hossein Khorsandi Akbarzadeh, wrote:

“Although my son has a wife and a child and they need him, Rajavi has caught him and he is now being held captive at the MEK camp in your country, which is a free country.”

Also, Mohsen Khorsandi Akbarzadeh, the son of Hossein Khorsandi Akbarzadeh, wrote:

“Is it such a huge request for a son to ask his father for a call after so many years?”

Zahra Shakibaei, the wife of Ebrahim Doust Razmgah, wrote:

“He has left me in Iran with my children in Mashhad for more than 35 years and has been deceived by Rajavi’s lies. He went to the invading country of Iraq and is now in your country at the MEK camp. Contrary to the first agreement, which was supposed to be a temporary settlement in your country, they were moved to an isolated place, like in Iraq under Saddam Hussein.”

“We have been waiting for our father for more than 35 years to see him. We ask you to ask Rajavi why he does not allow our father to visit us,” said Maryam Doust Razmgah, Ebrahim Doust Razmgah’s daughter.

After more than 35 years, we want to meet our father,” wrote Maliha Doust Razmgah, another daughter of Ebrahim.

We have been deprived of paternal love for more than 35 years. Allow us to communicate,” wrote Massoud Doust Razmagah, son of Ebrahim Doust Razmgah.

Leila Begum Robat Jazi, the mother of Seyed Javad Robat Jazi, wrote:

“I am unhappy that my son has been deceived by a cult that has conspired, murdered and looted alongside Saddam Hussein.”

Seyed Ali Robat Jazi, the father of Seyed Javad Robat Jazati, wrote:

“I want to meet my son after years of estrangement.”

“Can you imagine a mother enduring the separation of her son for more than 35 years? What kind of organization does not allow a mother to visit her son?” Wrote Sakineh Moghimi, the mother of Hojjatullah Rezaei Targhi.

Mohammad Hossein Rafianezhad Torqabeh, the father of Mustafa Rafianezhad Torqabeh, wrote:

“My son is trapped in the evil mind control of the Rajavi cult, which is hated in my country, Iran. Please allow me to visit him.”

“After years of ignorance, allow my son to visit,” wrote Mustafa Rafianezhad Torqabeh’s mother, Shaukat Sadat Mirnejad.

“I had raised my children with great difficulty. It is not fair for me not to be able to come to your country to visit my daughter. Your country has people with culture and kindness,” wrote Hossein Ranji’s mother, Azra Javaheri.

Mohammad Qassem Zafarani, Hassan Zafarani’s father, wrote:

“Thank you for accepting my son as a temporary guest, but I don’t know why you don’t give us visas to come to your country to see him.”

Morteza Shamhamdi’s mother, Shaukat Valizadeh, wrote:

“I am a mother and I ask you to allow me to meet with my son.”

Manouchehr Shahabi’s father, Hesamuddin Shahabi, wrote:

“I have not heard from my son for more than 30 years. I ask you to allow me to meet with my son.”

Zahra Shahbaz Mansouri, the daughter of Reza Shahbaz Mansouri, wrote:

“I am a girl who suffers from the absence of her father and in his absence I also lost my brother. I ask you to make it possible for me to see him.”

Mandana Musazadeh, Mahboubeh Safavi Baigi’s daughter, wrote:

“Although I managed to meet with my parents twice after 30 years, it became possible through Sweden, which itself was associated with the hardships and sabotage of the MKO. They prevented me from traveling with my brother and sister who live in Sweden. Now I ask you to allow me to travel from my homeland of Iran to see my parents.”

Mehran Karim Dadi, the son of Gholam Rasool Karim Dadi, said:

“I myself was a victim of the Rajavi cult. When Saddam Hussein fell, I was able to escape at night and return to my homeland, Iran. For years, my parents and my two sisters were held in Iraq by the Rajavi cult. Rajavi is terrified of even family contact with his members. Rajavi is still very happy that you don’t give us a visa.”

Mehran Karim Dadi, the son of Suri Nourani, also wrote:

“I want to communicate with my parents.”

“We went to Iraq many times to see my son, but unfortunately Rajavi’s agents not only did not allow us to visit him but they also threw stones at us. We were happy that our son went to a European and free country,” wrote Ramazan Ali Kalateh Safari, Ali Asghar Kalateh Safari’s father.

“We can see our son in Albania now, but unfortunately your government does not give us visas. Please make us happy by giving us visas.”

“After many years, I want to hear from my son,” wrote Masoumeh Kalat-e-Safari, the mother of Ali Asghar Kalat-e-Safari.

Fatemeh Firoozi, the mother of Zahra (Sara) Garabian, wrote:

“I haven’t heard from my daughter, who is with the MEK, for years. I ask you for help.”

Goli Gorji, Ismail Gorji’s mother, wrote:

“I have been waiting for my son for more than 30 years. I am worried about my son.”

Hussein Lesani, Ali Asghar Lesani’s father, wrote:

“I have not heard from my son for more than 30 years. Now I have learned that he is in your country. Please allow me and my family to travel to your country with a visa.”

Farideh Javaheri, the mother of Nafis Zaffar Moghadam, wrote:

“I have been waiting for my son for more than 30 years. His father died in his absence. Rajavi did not allow him to offer his condolences after his father’s death. I ask you to give us a visa.”

Mandana Mosizadeh Aghovi, daughter of Mehdi Mosizadeh Aghovi wrote:

“I have been separated from my father for many years because they do not allow me to communicate with him. Please do something so that I can meet him.”

Mohammad Taghi Mirzaeian, the father of Shahriar Mirzaeian, wrote:

“I have been waiting for my son for more than 30 years. Unfortunately, your government does not issue visas to us families. I ask you to give us visas.”

“My daughter has been separated from me for many years. I have not received a single call. Let me see her,” said Shahrbanoo Khedmangozar, Tayyeba Yadegarian’s mother.

Mohammad Ali Yaghmaei, the father of Shaukat Yaghmaei, wrote:

“I have been waiting for my daughter for more than 30 years. Unfortunately, your government does not issue visas to our families. I ask you to give us visas to visit our loved ones.”

Gholamreza Behruzi – Nejat Society, Representative of Khorasan Razavi Province

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2- Please hear our cry for help

Khatibi MEK Family In Albania

Mr. Amir Khatibi

Honorable Prime Minister of the Government of Albania,

Please help us to achieve our most basic human right

I am Amir Khatibi, the brother of Mohammad Khatibi (Ali Akbar), a member of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization in Albania.
My brother has been trapped by Mojahedin leaders for more than thirty years.

My brother was deceived into joining this organization as an inexperienced young man. My brother had no political experience. He is currently being held in a situation where he is not allowed to communicate with his family at all.

We ask the international community to help our loved ones release themselves from the MEK Cult mental and physical barriers and be able to contact their families without any restrictions.

Please stop this organization’s inhumane actions. Please hear our cry for help

I look forward to hearing from my brother.

Sincerely
Amir Khatibi, Lorestan Province, Iran

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (5)

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For HelpNejat Society, Tehran, June 06 2020:… A number of families of the members of the Rajavi cult from Markazi province (central Iran) have written separate letters to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, calling for communication with their loved ones at the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in the country. They also called for the abolition of visa bans for Iranian citizens so that they can travel to Albania to visit their loved ones. The letters were also sent to other Albanian authorities, as well as European and international officials and the media. Other families in Markazi Province are still sending letters. Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help .

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Nejat Families call for help .

Letters from a number of families in Markazi province to the Prime Minister of Albania

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

A number of families of the members of the Rajavi cult from Markazi province (central Iran) have written separate letters to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, calling for communication with their loved ones at the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in the country. They also called for the abolition of visa bans for Iranian citizens so that they can travel to Albania to visit their loved ones.
The letters were also sent to other Albanian authorities, as well as European and international officials and the media. Other families in Markazi Province are still sending letters.

The texts of the letters sent so far are as follows:

Letter from Abbas Golrizan’s family

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
We are the family of Abbas Golrizan. We haven’t heard from our son for several years. Our son was deceived by the MEK and currently lives in the camp of this organization in your country. We are worried about his health. We ask you to issue us visa, so that we can mee him in your country after many years.
Thank you
Abbas Golrizan’s family
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Mahin Habibi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings
I am a suffering,aged mother.

My daughter; Parvaneh Rabiee Abbasi has been in possession of the MEK for many years, and the organization has never let her have any contact with me. The organization does not allow members to contact their families.

I ask you to issue me visa to travel to Albania and embrace my daughter after so many years.

Thanks
Mahin Habibi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Fatemeh Rezaei

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
I am the mother of Hassan Rezaei. My son has been enslaved in Rajavi’s organization for many years and I have no news about him. My son currently lives in the MEK camp in Albania. The organization does not allow my boy to contact me, his mother. I miss my son a lot. My request is that you lift the visa ban for families so that I can travel to your country and meet with my son.
Thank you
Fatemeh Rezaei
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mohsen Younesi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
I am Mohsen Younesi, the son of Mohammad Hadi Younesi, who has been in the MEK for many years. When I was a child, my father fell into the trap of this organization, and now I haven’t seen him for so many years.

he has never contacted me. I ask you to allow me to travel to your country and meet my father after several years.
Thank you
Mohsen Younesi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mohammad Ghasemi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

With respect,
I am Mohammad Ghasemi. My daughter has been in the MEK for 35 years. My daughter has had no contact with me, her father, for 35 years, and I do not have her phone number to call. I am worried about my daughter and I ask you to open a way for me,a father, so that I can travel to your country and see my dear daughter after several years.
Thanks
Mohammad Ghasemi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Aqdas Bandi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
I am the mother of Hamid Reza Nouri. A mother who has not seen her child for many years. My son is captivated in the camp of MEK group in your country. I just ask you to let me get a visa to travel to your country and be able to hold my child after several years.
Thank you
Aqdas Bandi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Montahi Zahraei

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Dear Mr. Prime Minister
My son Mostafa Qaedi has been in the Rajavi Organization for 30 years and is currently based in this organization in your country. My child has not been in contact with me for 30 years, and I do not have his phone number so I can call him. Rajavi’s organization does not allow him to contact his family. I miss my son so much. I am a mother. I am asking you for visa to Albania so that I can embrace my child after several years.
Thanks
Montahi Zahraei
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Ashraf Mahallati

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Your Excellency,
My son Farzin Hashemi has been in the MEK for 35 years. The organization does not allow my child to contact me. I ask you to allow me to travel to your country and embrace my child after 35 years.
Thank you
Ashraf Mahallati
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Hossein Mamluki

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards,
My brother Jafar Mamluki has been involved in the MEK for 30 years. My brother has a heart problem. I’m worried about my brother . I don’t know anything about his condition. I ask you to give me a visa to travel to your country and see my brother closely.
Thank you
Hossein Mamluki
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mohammad Reza Foroughi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Hello and best regards
My brother Mustafa Foroughi studied in England. The MEK deceived and attracted him. My brother has been in this organization for 35 years now and has never contacted me. I’m worried about my brother. I ask you to open a way for me so that I can meet my brother in Albania.
Thank you
Mohammad Reza Foroughi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Dolat Shah Araqi

I am Hamid Reza Dolat Shah Araqi. I am writing this letter to ask you to help me and to cooperate to get a visa. My brother Vahid Reza Dolat Shah Araqi is a member of the MEK and has now been transferred from Iraq to your country. I have never been able to hear from my brother in 32 years. So I would like to ask you to help me and allow me to get a visa to travel to your country and meet my brother and find out about his condition.
Thank you in advance for your attention and cooperation.
Hamid Reza Dolat Shah Araqi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Abdul Hussein Yeganeh

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Your Excellency,

I am Abdul Hussein Yeganeh from Iran. My sister Tayebeh Yeganeh has been trapped by the MEK for 35 years and I have never been able to see her. My sister couldn’t and won’t let me see her. The organization does not allow its members to contact their families. I’m worried about my sister’s health and I want to see her up close. I ask you for a visa so that I can travel to Albania and meet my sister.
Thank you
Abdul Hussein Yeganeh
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Morteza Balali

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Dear Mr. Edi Rama
I am Morteza Balali, the brother of Reza Balali. My brother has been imprisoned in the MEK Camps for 30 years. I am worried about my brother and I have not seen him for 30 years and I want to hug him after all these years. My brother now lives in your country, Albania, at the camp of the MEK. I ask you for a visa so that I can travel to Albania and meet my brother.

Thank you
Morteza Balali
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mohammad Salami

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

With respect,
I am Mohammad Salami. My brother Reza Salami has been living in the MEK for 30 years. I haven’t seen my brother in these years and I don’t know his condition. The organization does not allow my brother to contact me. I also don’t have a phone number from my brother that I can contact. I have a visa application so that I can travel to Albania and meet with my brother.
Thank you
Mohammad Salami
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Fatemeh Bagherzadeh

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Dear Mr. Prime Minister,
I am the mother of Mohammad Hassan and Mohammad Reza Bagherzadeh. My children have been involved in the MEK for 35 years. I haven’t seen my sons in 35 years and I miss them so much. A mother never forgets her offspring. My children were deceived and are not even allowed to contact me, their mother. I ask you to provide me with a way to meet my children in your country, Albania.
Thank you
Fatemeh Bagherzadeh
Iran, Markazi Province, Saveh

Letter from Mr. Ali Reza Ghaderi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

With respect
I am Ali Reza Ghaderi. My brother Gholamreza Ghaderi has been involved in the MEK for 30 years and I have no news about him. The organization does not allow my brother to contact me, and I am worried about his physical condition. I ask you to issue me a visa so that I can meet my brother in Albania.
Thank you
Ali Reza Ghaderi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Azizullah Rostami

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Salaam
I am Azizullah Rostami. My brother Dariush Rostami has been living in the MEK for 25 years. My brother has not contacted me for 25 years, and I still don’t know what his situation is, and I can’t contact him. Please help me to have a meeting with my brother in Albania.
Thank you
Azizullah, Rostami
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mojtaba Nouri

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Salaam
My brother Hamid Reza Nouri has been enslaved in the MEK for 25 years and I have no information about him. My parents and I are worried about my brother’s conditions in the organization. I ask you to issue us a visa so that we can meet my brother in your country, Albania.
Thank you
Mojtaba Nouri
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Ms. Mahin Najafi

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
I am Mahin Najafi, the sister of Mohammad Jafar Najafi. My brother has been living in the MEK for 30 years. The organization does not allow my brother to contact his family. My family and I are worried about my brother. I ask you to give us an Albanian visa so that we can travel to Albania and meet with my brother Mohammad Jafar Najafi.
Thank you
Mahin Najafi
Iran, Markazi Province, Arak

Letter from Mr. Mahmoud Hosseini

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

With respect
I am Mahmoud Hosseini. My brother Khalil Hosseini has been a member of the MEK for 35 years and has never contacted me because the MEK does allow members to contact families. I am worried about my brother’s situation in the organization. I ask you for a visa to travel to your country Albania and meet my brother.
Thank you
Mahmoud Hosseini
Iran, Markazi Province, Mahallat

Letter from a number of former MEK members

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Greetings and Regards
We are a number of former MEK members in the city of Arak in Iran. Each of us has been in this organization for many years. The organization exploits its members just like slaves, and the organization is ruled by a dictatorship.
When Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, a supporter of the MEK, was overthrown, our families had the opportunity to visit the Ashraf garrison to meet with us, but the organization never allowed its members to visit their families.
We ask you to provide conditions for the suffering families so that they do not have visa restrictions and can travel to Albania and get news from their loved ones.

Thank you
A number of former MEK members in the city of Arak
Fouad Basri, Taha Hosseini, Fazel Farhadi, Saeed Firoozi

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (4)Nejat Society, June 02 2020:… Alongside the 11000 signature petition, a number of families of the members trapped in the MEK camp in Albania from Khuzestan province (southwest of Iran), have sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian Prime Minister, urging him to let them to have a visit or at least a phone call with their loved ones. Each of these letters was accompanied by photos and specifics of the family, and a copy was sent to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international officials and various media outlets. These families are also concerned about the health and well-being of their relatives in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak. Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

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Khuzestani families of MEK captives cry for help

letters sent to the Albanian Prime Minister urging him to allow families travel to Albania and visit their loved ones

List of messages and letters from a number of Khuzestani families sent to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama urging him to let them contact their loved ones in the MEK camp

Alongside the 11000 signature petition, a number of families of the members trapped in the MEK camp in Albania from Khuzestan province (southwest of Iran), have sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian Prime Minister, urging him to let them to have a visit or at least a phone call with their loved ones.

Each of these letters was accompanied by photos and specifics of the family, and a copy was sent to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international officials and various media outlets. These families are also concerned about the health and well-being of their relatives in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak.

Families are eagerly waiting for the Albanian government to respond, as a humanitarian gesture, to these requests and remove any possible obstacles. Many of these families have not heard from their loved ones in Albania for decades now.

It should be noted that during these years, many family members in Khuzestan province, while waiting to meet their loved ones, passed away and never managed to get any information about them; their names are of course now missing from the attached list.

Other Khuzestani families are still sending letters.

MEK Families from Khouzestan write to the Albanian PM Edi Rama

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Below are some messages to the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis. Rajavi brazenly calls these families terrorists and mercenaries:

Mahvash Jahanbani wife of Ali Ebrahimi wrote:

“My husband has been captured by the MEK for more than 30 years, and I have not heard his voice even once during all these years. Please let me come to your country to visit him”.

Hossein Ebrahimi, the son of Ali Ebrahimi, also wrote:

“My father has been an inmate in MEK for many years, and I have not been able to meet him even once, during these years. He is currently in the MEK camp.”

And Mehdi Ebrahimi, another son of Ali Ebrahimi, wrote:

“The leaders of the MEK have not allowed our family to visit our father for years. We ask you to provide us with a visit.”

Kazem Hezbepour, the father of Abdol Amir Hezbepour, wrote:

“I am a father who is tormented by the separation from my son who has been a captive of the MEK for many years. I ask you to end my grief after so many years and allow us to communicate with him.”

Shahla Kalejui, the daughter of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote:

“I have not seen my father for more than 30 years. I have heard that he is probably ill. Please create conditions so that I can see my father by traveling to Albania”

Hassan Kalejui son of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote:

“I was little when my father was captured by the Iraqis in the war. He is now in your country and in the MEK camp. Let us travel to your country to see our father after so many years.”

And Hossein Kalejui, the other son of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote:

“My father is now in the MEK camp. He is old and disabled. Let us travel to your country to visit him”.

Sediqe Morshedzade, the wife of Atta Moazzen, wrote for Edi Rama:

“My husband has been a prisoner of the MEK for many years. We tried to see him with our two children, but we had no chance since the MEK leaders did not let us to do so. Let us travel to your country to see him. ”

Forough Khosravi, daughter of Fatemeh Ghasemi, wrote:

“I was a baby when my mother was deceived into joining the MEK. I have been deprived of my mother’s kindness for so many years. Please let us travel to your country to meet with my mother, who is now at the MEK camp, so that my old pain of years come to an end.”

Shahzade Sajedifar, the mother of Gholam-Ali Sajedifar, wrote:

“Let me visit my son in your country after so many years. Please fulfill the wish of this grieving mother.”

Ali Narimi, the father of Gholam-Ali Narimi, wrote:

“My son is in your country. Let me come and visit my son, whom I have not seen for so many years.”

Ali Ekrami and Hamid Dehdar Hassani – Nejat Society, Khuzestan province representation

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In AlbaniaNejat 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

1- Nejat Families call to visit their loved ones in the MEK Camp in Albania

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

Simultaneous with the nationwide signing of the families of the detained members of the MEK Camp in Albania, a number of families in West Azarbaijan Province (northwest of Iran) also expressed solidarity with the families’ petition by sending separate messages and letters to Albanian government officials and authorities, as well as international and human rights groups and the media. The families have called in their messages for suitable conditions of face-to-face meetings or telephone conversations with their loved ones in the country.

For almost a month now, the leaders of the MEK cult have strongly resisted the legitimate demand of the families wishing to travel to Albania and visit their relatives in the organization’s camp and have insulted and slandered them.

It should be noted that due to the collective living conditions of the MEK in Albania and the onset of coronavirus disease and the lack of access and control of health officials inside the camp, the families’ worries have been doubled.

The families have tried in every possible way to send a message, letter, photo, and audio and video files to the Albanian government, which is in charge of the MEK.

All these requests and messages from the families have also been sent to European and international authorities and in addition to Albanian bodies and the media.

Families are waiting the Albanian government, as a humanitarian gesture, to respond appropriately to their request and provide the right conditions for meeting in Albania. Many of these families have not heard for years from their loved ones who are now living inside the MEK camp in Albania.

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.

MEK Families Write to Edi Rama In Albania

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania

Some messages addressed to the Albanian Prime Minister from the relevant table is shown below.
The same aging fathers and mothers who are called terrorists and mercenaries by the infamous Rajavi :

– “I want to meet my son. This is my only wish,” wrote Batool Soltani, Akbar Khosravi’s mother, to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama.

– “I just want to meet my son. Is that a big wish?” Wrote Vajihe Khabati, Sadegh Kayhan’s mother.

– “My son was promised a life in Europe, but he was deceived and taken to Iraq,” wrote Alireza Namazdoost’s father Beyramali Namazdoost.

– “My son has been captured for 32 years, otherwise my son would not have been involved in politics. Now why aren’t they allowed to call their families?” wrote Reza Saadat Irani, the father of Farhad Saadat Irani

– “My daughter has been with the MEK for 39 years and I have no news of her. I want to see her at least once.”wrote Fatemeh Adnani, Fariba Habibpour’s mother

– “My son had nothing to do with the MEK and he was definitely deceived,” wrote Ibrahim Samadi, the father of Ismail Samadi.

– “My sons have been taken away from me and we are not allowed to call. A simple call does not kill anyone. Why shouldn’t I contact my sons?” wrote Karim Estavanpour, the father of Mehran and Mohammad Reza Estavanpour

– “My son went to Turkey to study. He was deceived and has been imprisoned for 33 years. He is now in your country. I want to contact him,” said Abu Talib Mirionis Haghi, Ali Akbar Mirionis Haghi’s father.

– “My daughter was abducted by the MEK while we were traveling, and now she is not allowed to communicate with her mother (me),” wrote Halie Najdat, Fatemeh Eftekhar’s mother.

– “My son is not in a good physical condition and I am worried about him in the current situation. I want to hear from him.” wrote Zahra Ashrafkhani, the mother of Mir Raqif Sedaghi.

– “I want to see my son after 39 years. Isn’t this the just right of a father?”, Ghorban Ali Badrifar, Akbar Badrifar’s father

– “Please establish our relationship with my father.”, wrote Ali Eslami, son of Ali Asghar Eslami

– “My son has been in captivity of MEK for 38 years,” said Safia Shamsi, the mother of Ayub Palideh.

“I have not seen my son for more than 34 years. Allow me to visit him in MEK’s camp,” wrote Pourandokht Hussein Abizi, Abdullah Moghaddasi’s mother.

– “I haven’t seen my son for 30 years,” wrote Zarrin Taj Daneshshi, Nasrallah Majidi’s mother.

– “Our son was captured during the Iran-Iraq war and then sold to the MEK, and he is now in an Albanian camp. We want to meet and communicate with him after 32 years.”, wrote Abdullah Abbasi, the father, and Maral Moghadam, the mother of Khalil Abbasi

– “Provide conditions for me to meet with my daughter in the MEK camp.”, Roghayeh Rezvan, mother of Mahtaj Tabrizi.

– “Provide the conditions for me to meet with my child.”, wrote Sakineh Habibpanah, the mother of Yousef Ali Akbari Chianeh.

– “Why shouldn’t I meet with my sons? I am asking the Albanian government to allow me to meet with my sons.”, Kazem Kazempour, the father of Hossein Kazempour and Mohammad Reza Kazempour,.

– “When I was very young, my father left us alone, and now he is in Albania and in the MEK camp, but they do not allow us to meet him.”, Neda Kazempour, the daughter of Hossein Kazempour.

– “I have not seen my son for 40 years and I do not know about his condition. What is the problem with a simple call?”, wrote Malik Khodaei, the mother of Salahoddin Abdollah Nejad.

Nejat Society, West Azarbaijan Province Representation

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2 – The MEK do not allow me to visit my father

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania

Mr. Prime Minister of Albania,

I am Fatemeh Ali Mirzaiee, Reza Ali Mirzaiee’s daughter from Golestan, Iran.
My father was recruited by the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK) 35 years ago while he did not know anything about the group. He is now located in the MEK’s camp Ashraf 3 in Manez district in your country. The group authorities do not allow us to visit him.

Dear Mr. Edi Rama,
During the past 35 years, my family and I have been always concerned about my father’s physical and mental health. So we ask you to provide us an opportunity to meet him under the supervision of the Red Cross and UNHCR officials.

I appreciate your cooperation in advance.

Sincerely,
Fatemeh AliMirzaiee

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (2)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 .

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[ Iran Interlink: 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. Since their arrival in Albania, many MEK members have died suspiciously as well as through illnesses. But the Albanian authorities are not allowed to investigate. There are now reports that COVID-19 has been detected inside and still Albanian Health Ministry personnel are not allowed into the camp to undertake tests. Families and human rights activists are asking the Albanians to come clean and let there be access to this camp and to instigate investigations. ]

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (2)

1- Mr. Miri Hosseini’s call for the release of his captive brother Hossein Hosseini after 32 years of captivity in the camps of Saddam Hussein and Massoud Rajavi

Nejat BloggersMay 28, 2020

The conscript Hossein Hosseini was captured by Saddam Hussein’s forces in 1988.

After enduring several years of captivity and torture in Saddam Hussein’s camps, he was handed over to the MEK garrison named Ashraf in Iraq.

Mr. Hossein Hosseini was finally transferred to the organization’s camp in Albania in September 2016 by the MEK. His family has not heard about his health condition during all these years.

Salaam Mir Hossein,

I have been waiting for you for 32 years. But I have not been able to get any news from you.

It is 32 years now that I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Our father and mother passed away suffering from your absence. Anytime in the family any two persons talked to each other ,our parents used to think that they are talking about you. And then they used to ask about you.

Father departed, mother departed, you are our only hope.

Give us a call or do something that we can come and see you.

We came to Iraq when you were there but we could not see you.

I pray to God that this clip reaches you….. Unfortunately Massoud and Maryam Rajavi call the families terrorists.

Every one knows that the families are not terrorists. Terrorists are those who deceive and capture the youth……

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2- Fani’s brother’s letter to Albanian Prime Minister

Nejat BloggersMay 18, 2020

Mr. Edi Rama, the Albanian Prime Minister,

MEK Families in Albania

Mr. Abdossamad Fani

I am Abdossamad Fani, Najmeddin’s brother. My brother has been recruited by the MEK for 30 years and because of the pressures from the leaders of the group, we have not visited him during these entire years. This has left us with a terrible concern.

We have no information of my brother’s health condition. We ask your Excellency who are the host of MEK leaders in your country to coordinate with us providing us with an opportunity to meet my brother after years of separation.

We are looking forward for your humanitarian action.

Yours Truly,

Abdossamad Fani, Khuzestan, Iran

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In AlbaniaIran Interlink, May 24 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.Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania . 

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania

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. Since their arrival in Albania, many MEK members have died suspiciously as well as through illnesses. But the Albanian authorities are not allowed to investigate. There are now reports that COVID-19 has been detected inside and still Albanian Health Ministry personnel are not allowed into the camp to undertake tests. Families and human rights activists are asking the Albanians to come clean and let there be access to this camp and to instigate investigations.

They remind PM Rama that the Albanian government is the only government after Saddam Hussein that has given them an extraterritorial base with complete impunity and extrajudicial self-rule. Alongside the petition, many families have been writing letters and making films addressing national and international bodies, crying for help. This video shows members of the Mohammadnejad family in Urumieh, West Azerbaijan Province in Iran talking directly to their beloved relative, hoping their message will reach him. They appeal to the Albanian authorities to enable them to visit the country and find him.

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