Families of the MEK members should plant the seed of hope for their loved ones

Families of the MEK members should plant the seed of hope for their loved ones

Families Of MEK Members In AlbaniaMazda Parsi, Nejat Society, September 07 2020:… Strong relationships will help us how to trust others and keep a positive attitude towards others.Family members usually share their feelings in different situations. Destructive cults like the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) endeavors vigorously to break family ties. The consequences of cutting links with family include a world of distrust full of feeling of insecurity.  Families of the MEK members should plant the seed of hope for their loved ones 

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Families of the MEK members should plant the seed of hope for their loved ones

Family relation is important since our mental growth, well-being, and stability all depend on our family relations. Children brought up in a healthy family will be able to establish better bonds outside their home.

Strong relationships will help us how to trust others and keep a positive attitude towards others.Family members usually share their feelings in different situations.

Destructive cults like the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) endeavors vigorously to break family ties. The consequences of cutting links with family include a world of distrust full of feeling of insecurity.

A family makes all its members feel safe and connected to one another. It provides them with the comfort of having people by their side during tough times, helping them to manage and control the stress. A family allows its members to feel safe, protected, accepted and loved despite all shortcomings. Families are the basic units of the society that teach children about relationships. Now imagine the children who lived and grew up in a cult-like system. Children in the MEK – who are now in their thirties or forties—do not know how to build trust in others.

Family members share both good and bad times together; conflicts in family teach children a respectful way to resolve problems in the future, what the younger members of the MEK have never experienced.

The MEK leaders block communications with the outside world, particularly families are labeled as enemies of the group, and are considered “agents of the Iranian Intelligence” and eventually the enemies of their children! However, families who are inside the MEK camp live separately. Spouses were forced to divorce. No parents are allowed to live with their kids. No sibling is allowed to socialize in the camps unless it is the New Year’s celebration.

This is part of the regulations of every destructive cult. In March 2020, Glenn Stok published his experience of releasing his sister from the notorious religious cult, Scientology in We Have Kids website. He clarifies that it is impossible to communicate with a family member because they are brainwashed to the extent that healthy communication fails. “They may also be threatened and afraid to share their feelings with other family members who want to help,” he writes.

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Just like the families of the MEK hostages, Glenn Stock believed that his loved sister needed help to get out of the cult. So he waited for an opportunity to break through and take his sister out. He regrets that their father died without saying goodbye to his daughter. “I witnessed this, and it wasn’t pleasant,” he writes about the anti-family rulings of the cult. “My dad was classified as a Suppressive Person because he attempted to obstruct the progress of his daughter’s training within the cult. His attempts were met with hostility that created anxiety for him and the rest of us. He left this world with deep emotional stress over having lost his only daughter.”

This is the traumatic fate of many mothers and fathers of the MEK members. So many of them died before they could even have a short phone call with their children in the MEK. Just a few examples of the recently deceased parents are the followings: The mother of Mohammad Hamid Atabay, the father of Bizhan Dehdashtnai, the mother of Javad Abdi, the father of Mohammad Javad Nowruzi, the mother of Manour Ramhormozy.

While Stock’s sister could come for the funeral of his father, standing distant from the family, members of the MEK have never been informed about the death of their parents. Stock could finally find the “loophole” to talk to his sister at the funeral of their aunt but families of the MEK hostages have no way except writing letters to the International bodies and Albanian authorities. They even publish videos speaking to their loved ones but they know that they are isolated and will not receive their messages. Nevertheless, they do not get tired of pursuing the case of their loved ones imprisoned inside the cult of Rajavi.

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However, Glenn Stock knows that some destructive cults prevent any possibility for their members and their families to communicate. “If you have a family member or a friend in Scientology, or any religious cult, and you’ve lost the ability to communicate, plant that seed and wait for the opportunity to help”, he suggests. “Do it before it’s too late, and be ready to do whatever you can when the call for help arrives.”

By Mazda Parsi

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MEK members families gathered together

MEK members families gathered togetherNejat Society, July 18 2020:… Meeting of a number of the MEK members’ families captured and held in the Rajavi Cult from the Southern cities of WA province Miandoab. The gathering of suffering families whose beloved ones are being held in an isolated remote camp of MEK in Albania. The children of some of these families were either soldiers who become POW and then represented to the MEK by Saddam Hussein’s forces after their captivity or they were porters who were captured by Iraqi forces in the border areas and handed over to the MEK or were in Iran’s neighboring countries and have been deceived by the MEK operatives under the disguise of the so called job-finders and sent to Iraq. MEK members families gathered together 

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MEK members families gathered together

Meeting of a number of the MEK members’ families captured and held in the Rajavi Cult from the Southern cities of WA province Miandoab.

The gathering of suffering families whose beloved ones are being held in an isolated remote camp of MEK in Albania.

MEK members families gathered together

The children of some of these families were either soldiers who become POW and then represented to the MEK by Saddam Hussein’s forces after their captivity or they were porters who were captured by Iraqi forces in the border areas and handed over to the MEK or were in Iran’s neighboring countries and have been deceived by the MEK operatives under the disguise of the so called job-finders and sent to Iraq.

Despite the ways the MEK members were captured they all have a common problem:

They are not allowed to visit in person or even make phone call to their own families!

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Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK – 2

Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK - 2Dr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania, July 11 2020:… Mr. Gholam Ali Narimi from Khoozestan is an ex-terrorist Iranian who is presently in the Mojaheeden el Halk paramilitary camp of Manza in Albania. Mr. Gholam was born 1960. He joined MEK in 1976 when he was 16 years old. Today he is 60 years old. His family in Khoozestan in Iran wants to meet him. However the Albanian government does not allow his family to come to Albania since Maryam Rajavi, the leader of MEK cult claims that these Iranian families are terrorist and want to kill their family member. We have interviewed the brother of Mr. Gholam, Mr. Hamid Reza Narimi and his wife Mrs. Sager to understand if they good people or terrorists? They appeal in this video to the Albanian government to allow them to come to Albania and meet their brother. They appeal to Mr. Gholam to abandon MEK and live a free life. Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK – 2

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Gholam Ali Narimi’s family wants to meet its family member held in the mojahedeen camp in Albania

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania MEK FaamiliesMr. Gholam Ali Narimi from Khoozestan is an ex-terrorist Iranian who is presently in the Mojaheeden el Halk paramilitary camp of Manza in Albania. Mr. Gholam was born 1960. He joined MEK in 1976 when he was 16 years old. Today he is 60 years old. His family in Khoozestan in Iran wants to meet him. However the Albanian government does not allow his family to come to Albania since Maryam Rajavi, the leader of MEK cult claims that these Iranian families are terrorist and want to kill their family member. We have interviewed the brother of Mr. Gholam, Mr. Hamid Reza Narimi and his wife Mrs. Sager to understand if they good people or terrorists? They appeal in this video to the Albanian government to allow them to come to Albania and meet their brother. They appeal to Mr. Gholam to abandon MEK and live a free life.

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Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEKDr. Olsi Jazexhi, Gazeta Impakt, Tirana, Albania, July 04 2020:… The family members of the mojahedeen Bahman Mohammadnezhad Caushi appeal to Albanian authorities to allow them to come to Albania and meet their cousin who has been held in quarantine at the MEK camp since 1981. Bahman family members: Said Mohamedi Nejad Caushi (nephew), Mohamed Riza Caushi (brother), Zahra Guzel Caushi (brother’s wife), Layla Mohamedi Nejad (sister) appeal to the government to allow them to meet their radicalized brother in the camp of MEK. Bahman’s family members reject MEK’s slander which claims that there is a religious and fascist oppression in Iran . Families Appeal Albanian Authorities To Allow Access loved Ones In MEK 

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Families Appeal Albanian AuthoritiesThe family members of the mojahedeen Bahman Mohammadnezhad Caushi appeal to Albanian authorities to allow them to come to Albania and meet their cousin who has been held in quarantine at the MEK camp since 1981. Bahman family members: Said Mohamedi Nejad Caushi (nephew), Mohamed Riza Caushi (brother), Zahra Guzel Caushi (brother’s wife), Layla Mohamedi Nejad (sister) appeal to the government to allow them to meet their radicalized brother in the camp of MEK. Bahman’s family members reject MEK’s slander which claims that there is a religious and fascist oppression in Iran. They urge Bahman Mohammadnezhad to return to Iran and abandon the violent jihad of Mojaheeden -el Halk

Ne videon me poshte familjaret e muxhahedinit Bahman Mohamed Nexhat Caushi i apelojne autoriteteve shqiptare qe ti lejojne te vijne ne Shqiperi dhe takojne kusheririn e tyre i cili mbahet ne karantine ne kampin e MEK-ut qe nga viti 1981 Familjaret e Bahmanit: Said Mohamed Nexhad Caushi (nipi), Mohamed Riza Caushi (vellai), Zahra Gjyzel Caushi (nusja e vellait), Lejla Mohamedi Nexhat (motra) i bejne apel qeverise shqiptare qe ti lejoje te takojne vellain e tyre te radikalizuar ne kampin e MEK-ut. Familjaret e Bahmanit hedhin poshte shpifjet e MEK-ut i cili pretendon se ne Iran ka fashizem, dhe shtypje fetare. Ata i apelojne Bahman Mohamedit qe te kthehet ne Iran prane familjes dhe braktise xhihadin e dhunshem te MEK-ut.

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