Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten Victims

Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten Victims

Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten VictimsSoraya Abdollahi, Nejat Society, September 10 2020:… We are the mothers and families of those who were deceitfully transferred by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) from countries such as Turkey, Pakistan, Kuwait as well as the prisoners of Iraq-Iran war during the era of Saddam Hussein to MEK camp in Iraq. These people were then transferred to Albania in 2016 and settled in an isolated and remote camp. Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten Victims 

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Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten Victims

Letter of “mothers, the forgotten victims” to Maria Arena

The desire of families is to meet their loved ones or at least hear their voices for a few minutes

A letter was sent by Ms Soraya Abdollahi, Head of the “Mothers, Forgotten Victims”, to the Head of the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights, Ms Maria Arena.

The text of the letter is as follows:

Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten VictimsMs Maria Arena, Head of the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights

Greetings and Regards

We are the mothers and families of those who were deceitfully transferred by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) from countries such as Turkey, Pakistan, Kuwait as well as the prisoners of Iraq-Iran war during the era of Saddam Hussein to MEK camp in Iraq. These people were then transferred to Albania in 2016 and settled in an isolated and remote camp.

The families of MEK members based in the camp in Albania, especially the suffering mothers, have been unaware of their children’s condition for some forty years, as MEK members are completely out of touch with the outside world.

The desire of families is to meet their loved ones or at least hear their voices for a few minutes. Now, if we consider these people as prisoners, according to international regulations and laws in any country, visiting the family and meeting the next of kin is the least recognized right. Now, considering this important issue, it is necessary to mention that the members captured in the MEK camp in Albania are deprived of the slightest human rights.

A campaign received more than 11,000 signatures from families and their relatives in Iran and other countries requesting the Albanian government to let them meet with their loved ones in Albania, or at least let them an audio and video communication. The Albanian authorities in support of the MEK did not pay any attention to the families’ demands. The photo and all the necessary documents were also sent to Albanian government officials and international organizations, but so far we, the families, have not received any response.

As a suffering mother, my son Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh has entered this terrorist cult with deception, and on behalf of all mothers and families, I urge you, as a European human rights official, to call on the Albanian government and ask them for what sin mothers are not allowed having any contact with their children.

Soraya Abdollahi

“Mothers, the Forgotten Victims”

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Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My SonDr. Olsi Jazexhi, Youtube Channel, August 15 2020:…  Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh is an Iranian mojahedeen taken by MEK in 2002 (1381) when he was 21 years old. Now he is 38 years old. Not married. Kept in isolation as a jihadi by the Maryam Rajavi mojahedeen gang in Manza, Albania. His mother Sorayah Abdollahi wants to meet him. But Albanian authorities who obey to the Mojaheeden command do not allow her and hundreds of other Iranian mothers to come to Albania and see their sons. Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

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Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

Sorayah Abdollahi appeals to Albanian government to allow her to meet her son Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh

Soraya Abdollahi Letter To Maria Arena ; Mothers, Forgotten Victims

Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi:
Emir Aslan Hasanzadeh is an Iranian mojahedeen taken by MEK in 2002 (1381) when he was 21 years old. Now he is 38 years old. Not married. Kept in isolation as a jihadi by the Maryam Rajavi mojahedeen gang in Manza, Albania. His mother Sorayah wants to meet him. But Albanian authorities who obey to the Mojaheeden command do not allow her and hundreds of other Iranian mothers to come to Albania and see their sons.

In the following video she explains to Dr. Olsi Jazexhi her story and the struggle that this Iranian mothers do in order to liberate their children from the Mojahedeen el Halk terrorist organization. Sorayah pleads like a mother to her son, the Albanian government, international community to allow them to meet their children.

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Ms. Sorayah Abdollahi Appeal to Albanian Government : Let Me Talk To My Son

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Appealing To Human Rights Organizations

Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For HelpNejat Society, April 13 2020:… I call on all international human rights organizations to help. I am Soraya Abdullahi from Iran. Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh is my only son who was abducted in 2002 by members of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization from Turkish job search and transferred to the Mojahedin headquarters in Iraq under the name of Ashraf. I have traveled to Iraq several times. Soraya Abdollahi, a suffering mother whose son is taken hostage by the cult of MKO. I asked all human rights organizations in Iraq and other countries to help me meet my son, but unfortunately I have not received any response so far. Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help .

 

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Greetings and Regards

I call on all international human rights organizations to help.

I am Soraya Abdullahi from Iran. Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh is my only son who was abducted in 2002 by members of the Mojahedin Khalq Organization from Turkish job search and transferred to the Mojahedin headquarters in Iraq under the name of Ashraf. I have traveled to Iraq several times.

Soraya Abdollahi, a suffering mother whose son is taken hostage by the cult of MKO
I asked all human rights organizations in Iraq and other countries to help me meet my son, but unfortunately I have not received any response so far.

Therefore, due to the concerns of the current situation in Albania and the place of imprisonment of Iranian individuals named Manez, I ask you, as a human rights representative and supporter of those whose members are abducted and imprisoned by the sect, to take measures as soon as possible. Let me have news of my son’s current situation.

I haven’t heard from my son for nearly eighteen years.

I am waiting for your answer.

Best regards,

Soraya Abdullahi

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Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help (open letter)

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Nejat Society representatives visit Ahmed Shaheed

Nejat Bloggers, May 26 2013: … Nejat representatives revealed the crimes of the MKO describing the crucial situation of their children and family members held in the MKO Camps. They called on human rights bodies to help Iranian families visit their beloved ones who are held as hostages by Rajavi in Camp Liberty and help them release from the atmosphere of horror and pressure in the MKO …

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A delegation from Nejat Society including Mrs. Abdollahi, Mrs. Beheshti,Mr. Atabay and Mr. Akbarzadeh attended the meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.

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Despite the aggressive humiliating attitude of the henchmen of Rajavi’s gang towards the representatives of Nejat Society, denouncing the cult-like substance of the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization ,they made the attendees concerned with their grieves. A number of representatives of NGOs and human Rights organizations of various countries offered sympathy to Nejat family members and asked for visit with other families and trip to Iran.

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Nejat representatives revealed the crimes of the MKO describing the crucial situation of their children and family members held in the MKO Camps. They called on human rights bodies to help Iranian families visit their beloved ones who are held as hostages by Rajavi in Camp Liberty and help them release from the atmosphere of horror and pressure in the MKO so that they can personally decide for their future.

Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help

Nejat delegation had a thirty-minute private meeting with Ahmed Shaheed. The delegation submitted the demand of families from International Community and Dr. Shaheed.

Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help

These family members of Liberty prisoners had also a private meeting with Ms. Mara Steccazzini, the UN Human Rights Representative.

Appealing To Human Rights Organizations For Help

Nejat Society Family members called on Human Rights bodies and the international Community to facilitate as soon as possible the departure of residents from camp Liberty in order to pave the way for families to make phone calls, visits and to have access to news of their loved ones.

Families can contact Dr. Ahmed Shaheed via this email address:

[email protected]

The honorable families can send their requests to the UN Special Rappearteur in English or Persian.

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Diyala Governor: Human Rights, Deporting MEK, Imposing the Laws, non negotiable.

… Massoud Khodabandeh heading the delegation thanked the Government of Iraq and asked the Governor of Diyala and the General to help inform the people trapped inside about their rights and to counter the lies given to them by the hostage takers and cult leaders. Ms Abdollahi on behalf of the families asked for help and for care to be taken when dismantling the camp to institute particular safeguards to protect the relatives of the picketing families. Ms Sanjabi, (formerly a member of the MEK Leadership Council), who managed to escape some months ago, explained …

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Meeting was held on Monday 21 November between officials of the Diyala province and family representatives of the people trapped in Camp Ashraf.

The Governor of Diyala, Dr Abdul–Nasser Al-Mahdwe stated clearly that:

1- There will be no compromise on the decision to deport the MEK.

2 – There will be no compromise on imposing national and international laws

3 – There will be no compromise on respect for human rights laws and agreements and therefore they will not be forcefully returned to Iran.

He said that the overall decisions will rest with central government but as far as Diyala is concerned there is no room for the MKO anywhere inside the province. This has been announced repeatedly by practically all the leaders of tribes and local officials. Dr Al-Mahdwe dismissed completely the MEK propaganda in which they claim they have some support and said that to claim, after what they have done, that the MEK have even a small percentage of support in the province is simply a lie and is purely fictitious.

General Abdol Amir Al-Zeidi, is the commander of the regional army and responsible for the protection of the camp. He said that he has met many escapees from the camp. The last one was a woman who had to drag herself out and crawl for about half a kilometer before reaching the Iraqis. He said the leaders are the problem not the trapped people and if given order we are prepared to transfer them out of the camp with the utmost dignity and care and respect for their wellbeing. He said this can be checked by reporters and human rights organisation who wish to observe the operation.

The General said that in the event they receive the order to evacuate the camp, they will try their utmost to stop the leaders killing the hostages and the disaffected members as they did before. According to the General most of the people who were killed in April 2011 were in opposition to the leadership and had been shot in the heart or in the head. But the leaders tried to cover up such facts even though the evidence is unequivocal. He said reports will be handed over to the authorities to deal with the cases of murder of these people at the hands of the hostage takers.

Massoud Khodabandeh heading the delegation thanked the Government of Iraq and asked the Governor of Diyala and the General to help inform the people trapped inside about their rights and to counter the lies given to them by the hostage takers and cult leaders.

Ms Abdollahi on behalf of the families asked for help and for care to be taken when dismantling the camp to institute particular safeguards to protect the relatives of the picketing families.

Ms Sanjabi, (formerly a member of the MEK Leadership Council), who managed to escape some months ago, explained the latest developments inside the camp and gave some ideas about how the leaders may try to plan and execute violent resistance.

Mr and Mrs Mohammady from Canada who have been trying since before 2003 to rescue their daughter from the camp, presented some documents including copies of the arrest warrants for some leading members of the MKO inside the camp which the General received and promised to follow up.

Other delegation members including Mr. Azizi a Human rights activist from Netherlands Mr Sadeghi, one of the few people who managed to escaped from the camp during the time of Saddam Hussein, Mr Ghashghavi who spent years in Abu Ghraib, where he was sent by Rajavi, Mr. Ferydouni who managed to escape a few weeks ago and Ms Mahdian whose husband, a registered POW, is trapped inside the camp also participated in the meeting.

Press and media were present and the Governor and the General gave a media briefing following the meeting which was broadcast live through official and national media.

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