Nejat Society’s letter to the UN office in Tehran UN

Nejat Society’s letter to the UN office in Tehran UN

United Nations TehranNejat Society, Tehran, March 16 2016:… The Cult of the Mujahedin- e Khalq has been manipulating its members systematically in order to achieve its cult-like objectives. The Cult has barred members from contacting their families. In the cult of Rajavi, love is forbidden. The outside world is not permitted. It is the most significant example for modern slavery. Members are deprived from free will. Under this circumstance, members are deprived from their basic human rights … 

Families of Rajavi cult hostages in Camp Liberty January 2016

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Nejat Society’s letter to the UN office in Tehran UN

دفتر سازمان ملل متحد در تهران

The United Nation office in Tehran

The Cult of the Mujahedin- e Khalq has been manipulating its members systematically in order to achieve its cult-like objectives. The Cult has barred members from contacting their families. In the cult of Rajavi, love is forbidden. The outside world is not permitted. It is the most significant example for modern slavery. Members are deprived from free will.

Under this circumstance, members are deprived from their basic human rights. Those who state their willingness to leave the cult, are faced with a complex process of trial, interrogation, torture and solitary confinement.

Families of the MKO members have been striving to save their loved ones who are taken as hostages in the cult of Rajavi. They demand to visit their children in a free atmosphere.

During the past years, parents and other relatives of MKO hostages have traveled to Iraq several times despite their old age, illnesses and the far distance.

They sit in behind the doors of Camp Liberty. They called names of their children in hope that their loved ones in the Camp would hear them but they were faced with stones thrown by the brainwashed residents of the Camp.

Besides, the families have sent several letters to the UN and the Red Cross offices in Tehran. They also visited the UN representatives in Tehran.

These suffering parents seek their ordinary right to meet their children. They ask the UN to help their imprisoned children get released from the cult, and to provide the condition for members so that they can decide for their future with their own free will – without the threat of pressure and oppression by the side of the cult authorities. Provided with a free visit with their family, members’ emotions will be revived and their thought will be open to be able analyze their condition and decide for their future, so they will be able to return to a normal life.

Having been separated from their beloved ones, families urge the United Nations to aid them with the release of their loved ones. In addition, those families whose children have been relocated in Albania urge the UN authorities to provide them the opportunity to visit their loved ones in Albania.

Nejat Society

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Family of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages: At least send us a new photo of our beloveds!! 

Nejat Society, February 02 2016:…  Unfortunately, in Turkey the MKO recruiters tricked them into joining the group. They were then transferred to Camp Ashraf, Iraq. For a long time the Iranpour family had no news of them until they were informed of Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza whereabouts through some defectors of the MKO cult.In January …

خانواده های گروگانهای رجوی در بیرون کمپ لیبرتی مجاهدین خلقAfter 12 years families of Rajavi cult hostages in Camp Liberty demand UNAMI action (Video)

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Family of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, Rajavi cult) hostages: At least send us a new photo of our beloveds!!

The suffering sisters of two Camp Liberty residents ask human right bodies to help them have a short visit with their beloved brothers; Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza.

Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, traveled to Turkey in 2002. They wanted to immigrate to a European country to make a better life there.

Unfortunately, in Turkey the MKO recruiters tricked them into joining the group. They were then transferred to Camp Ashraf, Iraq. For a long time the Iranpour family had no news of them until they were informed of Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza whereabouts through some defectors of the MKO cult.

In January 2004 they succeeded to meet their beloved brothers at Camp Ashraf. 20 MKO members accompanied Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza in the meeting in order the meeting not to be private.

From then on the Iranpour family have traveled to MKO Camps in Iraq several times to have a visit with their beloved brothers or at least get a news of them, still they were not allowed.

The Iranpour family – the same as many other families of MKO hostages – have written several letters to human right bodies to help them contact their beloveds. However they have received no reply. In their recent complaint open letter to UNHaCR in Iraq they write:

“We are Mahmonir and Raheleh Iranpour. Our brothers; Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza are imprisoned at Camp Liberty. We have several times sent you letters. However you didn’t reply us. We traveled to Iraq but you ignored us. Not only didn’t you facilitate our visit with our brothers, but also you didn’t let us meet yourselves. You even didn’t accept our letters.

You deprived us of our basic right which is to visit our family memebrs … we now have a demand … it is now 13 years that we have not visited our beloved Mohammadreza and Ahmadreza. ..

Now that based on the Rajavis wishes you don’t let us meet our beloveds, please send us a new photo of them at least to see their faces after such a long time…”

It is worth mentioning that the third group of MKO hostages’ families have traveled to Camp Liberty, trying to get help to be allowed to visit their loved ones.

The families have lodged official complaints with UN and Iraqi government officials which include documents showing that Rajavi is paying bribes to some individuals in the UN office so that they will stop anyone running away from the camp”, Iraninterlink website reported.

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Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) imprisoned us and didn’t let us meet our brothers

Mahmonir Iranpour, Nejat Society, December 07 2016:… I have repetitively asked for visiting both through Email or telephone contact. But, every time what I receive says that MKO members don’t allow any chance of visiting our brothers. Here is the question, generally wherever a group of people are under control of a commissioner, they should abide …

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Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult)  imprisoned us and didn’t let us meet our brothers

UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Baghdad

Dear Sir,

I, Mahmonir Iranpour, am writing to you about my brothers, Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, who left Iran aiming to reach Turkey and then Canada or one of the European countries in December 2002 hoping to create a better future there. Unfortunately, on their way to Europe, in Turkey, they were caught by People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MKO) and then were taken to Camp Ashraf. For a long time, we were totally unaware of them until we were informed about their condition through those who had managed to flee from Camp Ashraf. Finally, for the first time, in January 2004, we went to Iraq and Camp Ashraf and succeeded in meeting them. However, we were not allowed to visit them privately in such a way that about 20 MKO members accompanied us stopping us from contacting them personally and privately. Also, they told us that we could stay there for some nights providing no other family members were with us. Afterwards, in March 2004, we revisited Camp Ashraf with three other families. This time, not only didn’t they let us meet our brothers, but they also imprisoned and investigated us. Although a number of children and elderly people were accompanying us, they deprived us of any food for a night and then in the morning they beat and expelled us from Camp Ashraf. Afterwards, we wrote to an American commander, who was there, and sued them for what they did to us. Also, after returning back to Iran, we wrote to Human Rights Watch and complained about what they had done. At the same time when Human Rights Watch was addressing our proceedings and they were condemned, we received an Email inviting us to Camp Ashraf in November 2004 saying that this time we would be allowed to meet them provided that we were alone and no family accompany us. Having been unaware of the situation that they had been investigated by Human Rights Watch for what they had done, we went to Camp Ashraf being incognizant of their conspiracy. We and my brothers, who were dressed up formally, stayed there and were filmed. After returning to Iran, we had a telephone contact with Human Rights Watch representative in London named Doroodi, who told us that we lay and that we both had met our brothers and had taken photographs with them in Camp Ashraf. They deceived us by taking photos pretending that we had met our brothers using these photos against us in Human Rights Watch proceedings. Now, according to your sound judgment, are they liars and fraudulent or us??

Why were deprived of meeting with our dear ones while it is a basis right and one of the elements of human rights? Our brothers are kept in Camp Liberty which is a very small place surrounded by barbed wire and concrete walls. They are physically and mentally trapped by Rajavi sect. you know that you are sometimes attacked by these people. We fear that our brothers may get hurt and we are for a long time unaware of their condition. I hereby should remind you of binding protocols approved in United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee as regards the fact that refugees are entitled to choose their destination, education, contact with their relatives. Here is the question, why we are deprived of these rights and why this commissioner, as protector of refugees’ and our rights, evade their duty and deprive us of our basic rights?

I have repetitively asked for visiting both through Email or telephone contact. But, every time what I receive says that MKO members don’t allow any chance of visiting our brothers. Here is the question, generally wherever a group of people are under control of a commissioner, they should abide by the commissioner orders. Your responses in this regard are not acceptable. Unfortunately, it seems that instead of employing international regulations as regards defending refugees’ and their families’ rights, the commissioner acts against United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee decisions which is detrimental to those imprisoned in Camp Liberty. It is our right to meet our brothers and we expect you to defend this right, not to deprive us of it.

Finally, I suggest that you read protocols approved by United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees committee. Also, since I see myself entitled to these rights, I ask you to provide me with an opportunity to be able to meet my brothers.

Truly yours,

Mahmonir Iranpour, sister of Ahmadreza and Mohammadreza Iranpour, who are kept in Camp Ashraf

Desember5, 2015

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

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

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

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Families of Liberty Residents at the Doors

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Iraqi Newspaper on families of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) hostages 

Nejat society, February 01 2016:… In a full-page report, Kul al Akhbar reported on the activities of the picketing families in front of Camp Liberty, interviewing some of them. The report included photos of the picketing families under the title: “A number of Iranian families told Kul al Akhbar the tragic story of their grieving children.” “Parents who …

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Iraqi Newspaper on families of Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) hostages

Following the recent trip of the third group of Liberty residents’ families to Iraq, the Iraqi mass media widely covered the news of the event.

Iraqi newspapers and websites published reports on grieves of families of residents, who are not allowed to visit their loved ones taken as hostages by leaders of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/the cult of Rajavi).

Iraqi official newspapers such as Kul al Akhbar and news websites like Babil News, Ketabat fil Mizan and Wikileaks Baghdad published letters written by the families and reported on their efforts to visit their loved ones in Camp Liberty.

In a full-page report, Kul al Akhbar reported on the activities of the picketing families in front of Camp Liberty, interviewing some of them. The report included photos of the picketing families under the title: “A number of Iranian families told Kul al Akhbar the tragic story of their grieving children.”

“Parents who are awaiting the visit of their dear ones despite all troubles”, the report describes the families. “Who help their desires come true?”

The newspaper calls Iraqi Government, the United Nations and all human rights bodies to pressure the MKO leaders to evacuate Camp Liberty.

Kul al Akhbar reported that in Camp Liberty human rights are violated; people are terribly deprived of freedom. Hostages are not allowed to contact their families and families – who come from different towns of Iran- are not permitted to meet their children even for an hour. Instead, families are verbally abused and attacked by the brainwashed members of the group.

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