MEK Families Demand Access . Nejat Society Newsletter No.76

MEK Families Demand Access . Nejat Society Newsletter No.76

Nejat Society, Octomber 06 2020:… Following the publication of the news of Shahin Qasemi’s death by the news media of the Mujahedin Khalq  Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi), her brother Siavash Qasemi contacted the office of Nejat Society in Ahvaz, Khuzestan and asked to publish the message of his family’s grief for the loss of his sister. The 11,000 signatures and letters directed at the PM, President, and officials of the Albanian government from the families were presented in a book submitted to officials in the Embassy. Families are being refused entry visa to Albania by the direct request of leaders of Rajavi Cult.  MEK Families Demand Access . Nejat Society Newsletter No.76 

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MEK Families Demand Access . Nejat Society Newsletter No.76

Nejat Newsletter – No.76

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MEK Families , Nejat News Letter No76

Inside This Issue:

– Rajavi is the Main Culprit for the Death of My Sister
Following the publication of the news of Shahin Qasemi’s death by the news media of the Mujahedin Khalq  Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi), her brother Siavash Qasemi contacted the office of Nejat Society in Ahvaz, Khuzestan and asked to publish the message of his family’s grief for the loss of his sister:

– NEJAT SOCIETY CEO LETTER TO MS MARIA ARENA MEP
On behalf of the suffering families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult), based in the organization’s camp in Albania, I would like to inform you that this organization, due to its cultic behavior, prevents its members from communicating with the outside world, particularly with family and friends. Recently, a petition was signed by more than 11,000 relatives,….

– Mother of Fereydoun Nedayi’s letter to the Prime Minister of Albania
I am Roghayeh Farazian Fard Kohan, the elderly mother of Fereydoun Nedayi. My son went to military services in the army in Iran in 1979 and was captured by Iraqi forces on the battlefield in 1980. He was held captive in Iraqi POW camps for eight years. In 1988, a ceasefire was established between Iran and Iraq, but the Iraqi government refused to return prisoners of war. A year later, in 1989, the situation in the POW camp was deliberately worsened, and then the MEK entered and talked to the POWs …

– FAMILIES OF THE MEK MEMBERS SHOULD PLANT THE SEED OF HOPE FOR THEIR LOVED ONES
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.

– MEK FAMILIES PETITION ALBANIAN EMBASSY IN PARIS
The 11,000 signatures and letters directed at the PM, President, and officials of the Albanian government from the families were presented in a book submitted to officials in the Embassy. Families are being refused entry visa to Albania by the direct request of leaders of Rajavi Cult. This denial of access to family members is a direct abuse of the UN Human Right Charter OLSI JAZEXHI: MEK IMPOSED ON ALBANIA

– POWs of the MEK. From Iraq to Albania
MEK has been left reeling from the inescapable reaction by Albanians to its attacks on journalists and academics. In particular, Olsi Jazexhi, who is a well know academic with a strong media presence, has invited Maryam Rajavi to a public debate about her activities in his country. In another interview, he pointed out that MEK were imposed on Albania by the US and that Albanians,since then, have protested and demanded that MEK should not be located in their country.

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Maryam Rajavi Only Fights Families

Maryam Rajavi Only Fights FamiliesNejat Society, September 27 2020:… Ali was a 22 year-old Iranian soldier when he was taken as a hostage by Kurdish guerilla fighters in Iran-Iraq borders. He was then sold to Iraqi forces as a war prisoner. However, he was not officially a war prisoner under the regulations of the international Red Cross. So he was kept under torture and abuse by Iraqi forces in a camp in Mosul. Fed up with daily physical torture, Ali was deceived by recruiters of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MEKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) to join the group. Maryam Rajavi Only Fights Families 

Maryam Rajavi Only Fights FamiliesOpen Letter from a mother to the UNHCR.

Maryam Rajavi Only Fights Families

MEK Families Demand Access 

1- Hope is their only weapon against Rajavi

Ali was a 22 year-old Iranian soldier when he was taken as a hostage by Kurdish guerilla fighters in Iran-Iraq borders. He was then sold to Iraqi forces as a war prisoner. However, he was not officially a war prisoner under the regulations of the international Red Cross. So he was kept under torture and abuse by Iraqi forces in a camp in Mosul. Fed up with daily physical torture, Ali was deceived by recruiters of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) to join the group.

This was the start of a long-life imprisonment for Mohammad Ali Sasani. He is 55 years old now. Having lost 33 years of his life inside the MEK camps, he is not allowed to leave the cult-like structure of the group yet. After years of futile effort in order to visit Ali, his parents are still looking forward to meet him some day.

Open Letter from a mother to the UNHCR

Mahnaz Akafian, Ali’s mother still hopes to see her beloved son. His elderly father is still a caring father, determined to support Ali in any case.

“Where ever Ali is, I pray for him to be prosperous and healthy,” Mrs. Akafian tells Mardom TV.

“I have not seen him for 33 years. He lost his youngness in the MEK. What did Ali achieve in his life…What was the result for Massoud and Maryam Rajavi? Maybe, they think they have gained a lot but they have not gained anything. How do they think that they were able to destroy emotions in the heart of our children and their parents?”

Ali’s parents are one example of many families who are awaiting the release of their loved ones from the Mujahedin Khalq these days. There are a large number of MEK members’ families whose endeavors and sufferings are not taken serious by the media but their efforts are taken as the attacks of a sworn enemy by the MEK propaganda.

It seems that today the struggle for the MEK leaders is limited to fight the families of their members. Families are considered agents of the Iranian government and members have to fight them. Mr. Sasani, Ali’s father even predicts the day that Ali might show up on the MEK’s TV channel to take action against his family, insulting them and accusing them of being the Iranian agent. However, he promises his son to stay a supportive father for him and to love him forever. “If they force you to show up in TV to insult us, we will whole-heartedly receive you because at least we will see you healthy,” he says in Mardom TV.

Mrs. Akafian warns the MEK leaders about the fruitless struggle they have led against the families. She says:

“I warn Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. Change your plan. You cannot cut off the children from their families. They are the beloved children of these families under any circumstance.”

Hope is the key point in the words of parents like Mr. and Mrs. Sasani. They hope that their letters and video messages will somehow reach Ali. They are actually planting the seed of hope to defeat the Rajavis’ plan for the fate of their son.

Mazda Parsi

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2- Maleki family message to their beloved Mohammad Ali who is enslaved at MEK Camp in Albania

Mohammad Ali Maleki is a prisoner of war who is being held as slave soldier by Maryam Rajavi cult in Manza, Durres Albania.

He was captured by the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) in 1988 and is until today being held by the Rajavi terrorist cult.

Part 1: Message from Ms. Reyhaneh Maleki, sister of Mohammad Ali Maleki, residing in the MEK camp in Albania, to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, Mr. Edi Rama, requesting the removal of obstacles to her brother’s contact with his family after decades of absence and unawareness – In Persian with English subtitles

Part 2: Message from Ms. Reyhaneh Maleki to her brother Mohammad Ali Maleki residing in the MEK Camp in Albania – in Persian with English subtitles

Part 3: Message from Mr. Abalfazl Alamdar, nephew of Mohammad Ali Maleki, residing in the MEK camp in Albania, to the Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania, Mr. Edi Rama, requesting the removal of obstacles to his uncle’s contact with his family after decades of absence and unawareness – In English with Persian subtitles

Part 4: Message from Mr. Abalfazl Alamdar to his uncle Mohammad Ali Maleki residing in the MEK camp in Albania – in Persian with English subtitles

Part 5: Message from Zeinab Maleki to her uncle Mohammad Ali Maleki residing in the MEK camp in Albania – in Persian with English subtitles
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Maryam Rajavi Only Fights Families

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MEK Members Families Plea Albanian Government For Help

MEK Members Families Plea Albanian Government For HelpNejat Society, September 24 2020:… The announcement of the passing away of MEK members in recent months without announcing the cause of death, especially in the context of the outbreak of coronavirus, has left the families intensely concerned. Reports from the medical staff at Mother Teresa Hospital in Albania indicate that at least three Iranian nationals have been hospitalized and at least one of them have died, possibly due to coronavirus. The Albanian branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern about the lack of a permit to enter the MEK camp and observe the situation of the situation there, raising concerns about the health of our relatives at the camp. MEK Members Families Plea Albanian Government For Help 

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

MEK Members Families Plea Albanian Government For Help

MEK Families Demand Access 

1- To my son Mohammad who is being held in the MEK camp in Albania

In a video clip, Ms Baqaei, sends a message to her son Mohammad Baqaei, who is being held in the camp of Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) in Albania.

In her message, Ms Baqaei hopes that her son is safe and sound. She says that she and Mohammad’s sister Marzieh, miss him very much after having no news of him for more than 30 years and begs for her son to be allowed to have at least one call, just to let them know that he is alright.

2- Message from Mr. Rezaei to his brother Hojjat being held in the MEK camp in Albania.

In a video clip, Mr Ahmad Rezaei, sends a message to his borther Hajjat Rezaei, who is being held in the camp of Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) in Albania.

In his message, Mr Rezaei hopes that his brother is safe and sound. He says that he misses his brother after having no news for more than 30 years and begs for his brother to be allowed to have at list one call, just to let him know that he is alright.

3- Rajavi is the Main Culprit for the Death of My Sister

It is necessary to make our voices heard by the public

Following the publication of the news of Shahin Qasemi’s death by the news media of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi), her brother Siavash Qasemi contacted the office of Nejat Society in Ahvaz, Khuzestan and asked to publish the message of his family’s grief for the loss of his sister:

My family and I have not had any news about my sister for 40 years. During the past years, my brother died and Shahin did not call to offer condolences. At first, I was not familiar with the atmosphere ruling the MEK and I did not know that the leaders of the group do not allow the members to contact their families. Hence, I thought that my sister had lost her feelings and emotions for her family.

When I got to know about the relations inside the MEK, I found out that she was not allowed to contact the outside world. I got assured that Massoud Rajavi is the main culprit for the ruined relationship between Shahin and us. He did not even let her know about the death of our brother. My family and I consider Rajavi as the main criminal to be charged for the death of my sister.

Why didn’t Maryam Rajavi –who weeps crocodile tears for Shahin’s passing—think of us as her family during those 40 years? Why didn’t she inform Shahin of the death of her brother? Is it humanitarian that the group leaders just gave us the news of her death after 40 years of separation and unawareness of her conditions? Why didn’t they tell us that she was sick, maybe we could help her with her treatment?

Therefore, I announce that Rajavi is the main culprit for the death of my sister. I regard her death as a murder. God damn Rajavi who victimized my sister and other people like her, and broke the hearts of their families.
This is the fate of some sincere and naïve youth who were abused by the Rajavis and were finally buries under the soil with their wasted wished to see their loved ones.

Siavash Qasemi
Nejat Society Khuzestan office

4- Mother of Fereydoun Nedayi’s letter to the Prime Minister of Albania

Ms. Roghayeh Farazian Fard Kohan, the mother of Fereydoun Nedayi, a member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) in Albania, has written and sent a letter to the Albanian Prime Minister, who is in charge of the MEK in Albania, about obstacles to contact with her son.

The text of the letter is as follows:

Mr. Edi Rama
Honorable Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania
With respect

I am Roghayeh Farazian Fard Kohan, the elderly mother of Fereydoun Nedayi. My son went to military services in the army in Iran in 1979 and was captured by Iraqi forces on the battlefield in 1980. He was held captive in Iraqi POW camps for eight years. In 1988, a ceasefire was established between Iran and Iraq, but the Iraqi government refused to return prisoners of war. A year later, in 1989, the situation in the POW camp was deliberately worsened, and then the MEK entered and talked to the POWs and took some of them to Camp Ashraf with the promise of sending them to Europe. They were unaware that they would experience captivity in a different way.

After the fall of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, I approached to Camp Ashraf many times and begged to meet with my son, but unfortunately, the MEK officials not only prevented me to visit my son, but greeted me with insults and stones.

I was happy after my son moved to Albania because I thought he would definitely be able to call me there. But then it became clear that members of the MEK were not allowed to communicate with their families there either.
I am a mother and I have the right to know the status of my son. I am extremely concerned about my son’s health, given the fact of spreading coronavirus disease and the death of a number of MEK members in the organization’s camp in Albania. Does my son’s phone call to his family hurt anyone? If Fereydoun’s elderly mother supposedly travels to Albania and meet with her son, will there be a breakdown in their task?

Mr. Edi Rama

You definitely have a family too. Can you be unaware of your children for so many years? I have not seen my son since 1980 and I have no news about his condition. Is forty years of separation and ignorance really a mother’s right? How long should I wait?

Fereydoun’s father has been bedridden for a long time now and is not in good condition. He only wants to call his son and asks me about Fereydoun every day, but I have no answer to give him. As a humanitarian action, I urge you to remove the barriers to communication with my son.

Thank you in advance for your efforts
Roghayeh Farazian Fard Kohan

5- Nejat families letter to the Albania’s PM

Khuzestani families write a letter to Albanian PM, expressing concern over increase of deaths amongst the MEK members in the country

The text of the letter to Edi Rama is as follows:

Mr Edi Rama, Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania
We respectfully wish to inform you that through the websites of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO), we learned about the death of two members of this group from Khuzestan province (southwestern Iran) on Saturday, named Ms Shahin Qassemi and Mr Massoud Nasiri, from the city of Masjed-e Soleiman, who were based in MEK camp. We are deeply sorry and we are worried about the situation of other members.

Your Excellency
The announcement of the passing away of MEK members in recent months without announcing the cause of death, especially in the context of the outbreak of coronavirus, has left the families intensely concerned. Reports from the medical staff at Mother Teresa Hospital in Albania indicate that at least three Iranian nationals have been hospitalized and at least one of them have died, possibly due to coronavirus. The Albanian branch of the World Health Organization (WHO) has expressed concern about the lack of a permit to enter the MEK camp and observe the situation of the situation there, raising concerns about the health of our relatives at the camp.

Who is responsible for these suspicious deaths? In this regard, who should announce the cause of these deaths? Why aren’t their families informed when members become ill so that they can think of a solution before they die? We, the Khuzestani families of the MEK members based in Albania, offer our condolences and sympathy to the families of these victims, and ask you, as the executive authority of the Albanian government and directly responsible for MEK members in your country, based on human duty and sense of responsibility for members’ health. Please try to end this sad tragedy of the daily death of members in your country and make the MEK officials and Maryam Rajavi, the leader of this group, accountable for the concerns of families to save the lives of their loved ones and let them to meet with the relatives to find out about their situation.

We demand that the perpetrators of negligence and indifference to the health of our loved ones be identified in any situation and in any position, and you, of course, will be held responsible as the Prime Minister of the host government.

With respect
Khuzestani families of MEK members in Albania
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