Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK CampNejat Society, Tehran, February 07 2021:… I have been informed that the Albanian government is one of the signatories of the “United Nations International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance”. According to the convention, the Albanian government is responsible for the actions and behavior of the MEK, which is based in that country, to the “Working Group of the Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances”, the “Committee on Enforced Disappearances” and the “UN High Commissioner for Human Rights”. Meanwhile, your government does not grant visas to Iranian citizens at the request of the MEK, and therefore we are not able to travel and follow up on the issue in your country. Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp 

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Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

According to MEK outlets, Edi Rama Albanian PM has announced his full unconditional support for Mujahedin Khalq Terrorist Organisation including refusing the right of visit to mothers of prisoners of war kept in his country by Maryam Rajavi Cult. 

1- An awaiting mother seeks help from the Albanian government

The open letter of Mansoureh Mahboub to the Prime Minister of Albania

Nejat BloggersFebruary 7, 2021

Mansoureh Mahboub, the awaiting mother of Mohammad Keshmiri trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, wrote a letter to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama requesting him to find her missing son in that country and let her to contact him.

Mohammad Keshmiri - Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

Mohammad Keshmiri MEK Hostage In Albania

The text of the letter, a copy of which has been sent to various UN and European Union bodies and made available to the media for public information, is as follows:

Excellency Mr. Edi Rama
Honorable Prime Minister of the Republic of Albania
I am Mansoureh Mahboub, the mother of Mohammad Keshmiri. My son was born in 1967. He was captured by Iraqi forces during the Iran-Iraq War in 1989 and transferred to a POW camp. He was in the POW camp in Iraq for a year and a half, during which time he sent regular letters through the Red Cross and the Red Crescent, and we were aware of his condition and gave him letters. But after this period, his letters were not received. We later learned that my son had been deceived by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) and taken to their camp in Iraq.

POWs returning home after the Iran-Iraq ceasefire told us that the conditions in the POW camp in Iraq were extremely difficult, and then MEK envoys appeared as Iranians who had come to help the prisoners, and some who did not recognize them were deceived with the promise of going to Europe and having a job and a prosperous life, and they went with them and ended up into Ashraf garrison, where there was no way to go back.
We were unaware of my son for many years, until after the fall of Saddam Hussein, we learned through detached members that he was still in Camp Ashraf. With a lot of difficulties, we managed to go to Iraq and approach to Camp Ashraf. My husband, my younger son, and I were there for a week. Mohammad came to see us sometimes. In no way did they leave him alone with us, and there were always two officials among us. Mohammad always wore a military uniform and boots. I said to him, “My son, why did your letters come while you were in the POW camp, but we did not hear from you after that?” He hinted us that they were not allowed to have contact with their families in the MEK camp.

The officials of the organization were always among us and constantly talked to us and tried to recruit us. They asked us for money to help the MEK. I refused to donate and said I had no money to give you. I brought some bags full of souvenir for my son. At the moment of farewell, they did not let me hug and kiss my son. They did not allow us to get too close to him at all. They have been trying to recruit my little boy for so long. We were asked to cooperate with them in intelligence and financial way when we returned to Iran. Then I understood why they had agreed Mohammad to meet with us.

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After we returned from Iraq, the members of the organization called my little boy and asked him to work for them in Iran and eventually join the MEK in Iraq. But my son refused to have contact with them. The MEK initially agreed to meet with their families in the presence of the organization’s officials in the hope of attracting families and gaining manpower and financial resources, but when they saw that they could not get anywhere this way, they completely banned any contact with the families.

Years later, I learned that the MEK had gone to Albania. Of course, my son also must have gone with them and now lives in the isolated and remote camp of this organization in Albania. We have been unaware of my son Mohammad for many years. His father, who is very ill, and I are always worried about him and we beg God that our child has a good future after all this suffering of captivity and years of separation. Mohammad’s father had a stroke and underwent heart surgery. I’m sick too and we’re just hoping to see our loved one alive.

I have been informed that the Albanian government is one of the signatories of the “United Nations International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance”. According to the convention, the Albanian government is responsible for the actions and behavior of the MEK, which is based in that country, to the “Working Group of the Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances”, the “Committee on Enforced Disappearances” and the “UN High Commissioner for Human Rights”. Meanwhile, your government does not grant visas to Iranian citizens at the request of the MEK, and therefore we are not able to travel and follow up on the issue in your country.

My son is a forced and involuntary disappeared person who can be traced and contacted only through the MEK and by the government and officials of the Republic of Albania. Mohammad’s Father and I desperately urge you, the head of the Albanian government, to provide maximum assistance in this way and to provide a way for us to get in touch with our loved one to find out about his condition, especially in the current situation of the Covid-19 virus pandemic.

Attached are photos and particulars.
Thank you for your efforts
Mansoureh Mahboub
Tehran Iran
1 – 2 – 2021

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2- Ms. Akhlaqi Azadpour expressed concern over the health of his son in the MEK camp

Ms. Effat Akhlaqi Azadpour expressed concern over the health condition of her son Mohammad Tavakkoli to the World Health Organization

Nejat BloggersFebruary 3, 2021

Ms. Effat Akhlaqi Azadpour, the suffering mother of Mohammad Tavakkoli, who is trapped in the MEK camp in Albania, wrote a letter on behalf of herself and her daughters to the World Health Organization in Albania, expressing concern about her son’s health and calling for the removal of obstacles to receive his health conditions.

Mohammad Tavakkoli Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp

Mohammad Tavakkoli MEK Hostage Albania

The text of the letter is as follows:

Representative of the World Health Organization in Albania

Greetings and respect,
I am Effat Akhlaqi Azadpour, the mother of Mohammad Tavakkoli, who is now in a closed and remote camp of Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) in Albania with no connection to the outside world.

Mohammad’s sisters and I have not seen or contacted him for many years, and we have not even received a message from him, and this always hurts us severely.

But now the news worries us a lot, and that is that my son is probably infected with the Covid-19 virus and is living in a severe condition, and the health conditions inside the camp is also unfavorable.

As a mother, I have no dreams at the end of my life other than hearing my son’s voice and hearing about his health. I am not able to travel due to old age and illness, and of course Albania does not allow me to do so. But why is it impossible for the MEK members to make a phone call or send a letter?

I ask you not to neglect any action that is conceivable and fruitful in order to allay the concerns of the old mother and the expectant sisters of Mohammad Tavakkoli, so that news of him reaches us and communication is possible.

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There must be fathers and mothers among your staff who are always worried about their children and asking about their condition when they are sick. So you know very well how a mother or a sister feels about this. Is it justified to prevent members of the MEK from contacting their families?

With respect
Effat Akhlaqi Azadpour, Akram and Fatemeh Tavakkoli
Iran, Mashhad

Copy to:
Office of the Prime Minister of Albania
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

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Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania – More Families Write to UN for help

Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania Nejat Society, January 02 2021:… Now, considering the outbreak of a deadly and dangerous disease caused by the Covid-19 virus in the world and in Albania, which has infected many people inside the MEK camp and even led to the death of more than 17 of them in less than a month, I am very worried about my daughter’s physical and mental condition. So I urge you, respectful officials, to determine my daughter’s condition as soon as possible and inform me and my family, as well as to make arrangements to communicate with my daughter. Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania – More Families Write to UN for help 

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Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania – More Families Write to UN for help 

Mothers Ask Albanian PM To Allow Access To Their Children In MEK Camp 

1- Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Ms. Manzar Sharif Aqili, the suffering mother of Mahnaz Bazazi, whose daughter is being held in the MEK camp in Albania, sent a complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances with adequate explanations of how his daughter had disappeared, and called for an immediate investigation into his daughter’s condition in the acute situation of Covid-19 in Albania.

Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania Mahnaz Bazazi

Mother of MEK captive Mahnaz Bazazi in Albania

The text of Ms. Manzar Sharif Aqili’s complaint is as follows:

Greetings and Regards,
I am Manzar Sharif Aqili, a resident of the city Kordkoy, Golestan province. My daughter, Mahnaz Bazazi, has been a member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) for more than 35 years. She was first taken to their camp in Iraq by deception as well as false promises, and then the organization moved to Albania.

After the fall of Saddam Hussein in Iraq, I followed the situation of my daughter through various international channels, and due to the fact that I am blind, I followed up through my children and contacted various human rights organizations and other related bodies.
Unfortunately, I did not receive any answer until I realized that the MEK with all its members had gone to Albania in 2016. After that, on several occasions, I asked the Albanian authorities to help me meet my daughter Mahnaz Bazzazi; unfortunately they did not pay any attention to my legitimate and humanitarian requests.

Now, considering the outbreak of a deadly and dangerous disease caused by the Covid-19 virus in the world and in Albania, which has infected many people inside the MEK camp and even led to the death of more than 17 of them in less than a month, I am very worried about my daughter’s physical and mental condition. So I urge you, respectful officials, to determine my daughter’s condition as soon as possible and inform me and my family, as well as to make arrangements to communicate with my daughter.

Thanks a lot,
Manzar Sharif Aqili Mahnaz Bazazi’s mother captured in MEK camp in Albania
Kordkoy – Golestan – Iran

Cc:
UN Work Group of the Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances (WGEID)
UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances (CED)
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

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2- Families ask the WHO to intervene in the MEK Camp in Albania

Letter from Mr. Farhad Ardashiri, brother of Musa Ardashiri, to the President of the World Health Organization

Mr. Farhad Ardashiri wrote a letter to the head of the World Health Organization and also to the Albanian government, requesting the involvement of relevant officials in the MEK camp in Albania, especially in relation to his brother Musa Ardashiri.

Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania Mr.Ardashiri

Mr.Ardashiri – second person from right in second row

Mr.Ardashiri – second person from right in second row

Honorable President of the World Health Organization

Greetings,
I am Farhad Ardeshiri, the brother of Musa Ardeshiri. My brother was captured by Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) forces during the defense against Iraqi offensives and transferred to Camp Ashraf in Iraq. He was kept there with deceit.

After the fall of Saddam Hussein, I went to Camp Ashraf twice to visit my brother. For the second time, I could not meet him and on the contrary the MEK officials ordered that the families as well as us be insulted and slandered. Since then my brother has not even been allowed to make a phone call until we found out that he has been transferred to Albania and is being held in the MEK camp.

Now, with the widespread pandemic of the Coronavirus in the MEK camp in Albania and the deaths of several people in recent weeks, this issue has worried us a lot.

I urge you as the person in charge of world health, as well as the Albanian government, to intervene in the situation of the coronavirus in the MEK camp in Albania and check their health status, because, as you know, the coronavirus has many victims around the world. It is very dangerous to neglect this disease in Camp Ashraf in Albania.

I would also like you to ask the officials of the MEK to allow my brother, Musa Ardeshiri, to contact his family.

Thanks
Farhad Ardeshiri
Ghaemshahr – Mazandaran – Iran

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3- To the WHO representative in Albania: save my son’s life

Honorable representative of the World Health Organization in Albania

I am Fatemeh Peykani, the mother of Morteza Ghadimi, who has been imprisoned in the Mojahedin camp for nearly 4 decades and currently lives in Albania.

Covid-19 In Camp-Ashraf Albania Morteza Ghadimi

Mother of MEK captive Morteza Ghadimi in Albania

The leader of the Mojahedin sect endangered my son’s life by spreading a new virus without observing hygienic principles, and a number of members lost their lives due to the new virus.

Unfortunately, the Albanian government and EU officials have turned a blind eye to the MKO crime inside the camp.

I ask you to help us and save my son’s life regarding the inaction of the cult leaders.
Thanks in advance,

Fatemeh Peykani Iran – Zanjan

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Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help (11)

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In AlbaniaNejat Society, Tehran, June 27 2020:… From Alborz province (north 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. 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 Of Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK or Rajavi Cult) Members In Albania Cry For Help

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Nejat Families from Alborz want to meet their relatives in the MEK Camp in Albania

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

From Alborz province (north 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.

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 Alborz 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 Alborz province are still sending letters and messages.

The table of the letters and messages sent so far from Alborz province is attached (pdf file)

MEK Families from Alborz write to the Albanian PM Edi Rama

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Below are some messages to the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis:

Ehsan Bidi’s father, Mohammad Taghi Bidi, wrote in a letter to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama:

“His mother died during our separation, and I wish to see him once before I die.”

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

Fatemeh Mohabbati, Azadeh Saboor’s mother, wrote:

“I have not heard from my daughter for more than 20 years and I have written many letters to international organizations until Rajavi’s organization published a beautiful picture of my daughter after 20 years and forced her to denounce me, calling me her ‘so called’ mother. I ask you to do something for me that I can hug my daughter again.”

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

Fatemeh Mohabbati, is the mother of Azadeh Saboor. Azadeh is a member of the Rajavi cult. In 2000, Azadeh and her husband were deceived by the MEK and were captured by them. Last year, the Rajavi cult insulted Ms. Fatemeh Mohabbaty because of her letters to various international and human rights organizations. The letters and e-mails sent by this suffering mother since 2006 had been placed in front of the Rajavi cult officials. The cult recited the letters in the last stance against this mother.

Mojtaba Alimardani’s father, Janali Alimardani, wrote:

“I heard from the released prisoners of war that Rajavi’s organization had captured my dear son. His mother has fallen ill because of her distance from him and wept many hard tears. A prisoner of war should return to his homeland.”

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

Ali Akbar Baba Ali the father and Batoul Boubeh Tom the mother of Asghar Baba Ali wrote:

“We and the others have been waiting for our son for 30 years now. He was a prisoner of war who fought and was captured while defending his homeland and who could return home with pride. But now he is trapped by the Rajavi cult and cannot communicate with his family. What have we done wrong that for years we should not see our son and we should not hear his voice?”

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq MEK Rajavi Cult In Albania

Ali Akbar Baba Ali and Batoul Bobeh Tom are Asghar Baba Ali’s parents. He was captured by Saddam Hussein and given to Massoud Rajavi. He is currently being held by the MEK in Albania.

Monireh Al-Sadat Azimi, mother of Fereydoun Oqbaei, wrote:

“My son has been gone for 25 years now and we do not know why he can’t call us. His father is sick and is waiting for him. I ask the Albanian Prime Minister to do something so that my son can meet with his family and be in touch.”

Zahra Kaabi, the mother of Mohammad and Fatemeh Raisvand, wrote:

“My son and daughter have been away from us for years. Allow me to visit them or at least call them.”

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq MEK Rajavi Cult In Albania

Zahra Kaabi is the mother of Mohammad and Fatemeh Raisvand. They are members of the Rajavi cult in Albania. Mohammad Raisvand joined the organization in 1988 and in 2008 invited his mother and sister to visit him. Fatemeh Raisvand went to Iraq and Camp Ashraf with her mother with legal documents. She was then kept in Ashraf garrison by deception and manipulation.

Masoumeh Rezaei Jolfaei, the mother of Seyed Saeed Farajollah Hosseini, wrote:

“My dear son has been away from me for many years and I am trying to communicate with him. I know he is unwittingly with the Rajavi cult. I wish to meet my son in Albania.”

Hassan Heydarian Abhari, the father of Davood Heydarian Abhari, wrote:

“I am a father who lost my eyes in the loss of my son. I desperately ask you to return my son to me so that I can embrace him again.”

Khorram Ramezani’s mother, Ferdows Ayvazpour, wrote:

“I am waiting for my son as well as his sister and brother. Everyone knew that we could not be separated. But now we have been separated for years. I hope one day I will open the door for my son. I call on the Albanian government to end this separation and humiliation for me, a suffering mother.”

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq MEK Rajavi Cult In Albania

Ferdows Eivazi is the mother of Khorram Ramezani. Khorram and his cousin Iraj Ramezani were captured by the invading Iraqi forces inside the city of Khorramshahr during the first days of the Iran-Iraq War, and then handed over to Massoud Rajavi in the prisoners’ camp. Khorram is currently being held by the Rajavi cult in Albania.
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Yadollah Molaverdi, the father of Mansour Molaverdi, wrote:

“I wish you could arrange for me to meet my son after so many years.”

 

Families Of Mujahedin-e Khalq MEK Rajavi Cult In AlbaniaYadollah Molaverdi is the father of Mansour Molaverdi. Mansour was captured by Iraqi forces in 1980 in a war zone and then handed over to Massoud Rajavi from the prisoner of war camp. He is currently involved with the Rajavi cult in Albania.

Mansour Akhlaghi, the father of Mohammad Reza Akhlaghi, wrote:

“I have been disconnected from my son for many years. Allow him to communicate with this old father.”

Morteza Nouri Shad, the father of Mostafa Nouri Shad, wrote:

“I have had no news of my son for many years. He is now in the MEK camp in Albania, but he is not able to contact me. Allow me to find out about his condition.”

Behrouz Pakdel, the son of Mehdi Pakdel, wrote:

“I have not seen my father for 30 years and as a child Rajavi’s organization deprived me of my father’s love and affection. Please allow me to meet my father or at least contact him.”

Nahid Khosravi, Bijan Madani’s mother, wrote:

“I have been suffering from my son’s distance for many years. Does a simple contact between a son and his mother create a problem that the Rajavi cult has banned it?”

Mohammad Kordbacheh, the father of Farzaneh Kordbacheh, wrote:

“I have been uninformed about my daughter’s condition for years. A simple call with news about her health will not kill anyone.”

Habibollah Parandak’s wife, Nahid Eskandarzadeh, wrote:

“I have been waiting for years to see my husband again. When will this waiting be over?”

Bizhan Rezavandi – Nejat Society, Representative of Alborz (north of Iran) Province

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