World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania

World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania

World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In AlbaniaNejat Society, Tehran, January 27 2021:… As the president of the World Health Organization, I also ask you as well as the Albanian government to intervene in the situation of the spread of the Corona virus in the MEK camp in Albania and to examine their health status. As you know, the coronavirus can spread rapidly in closed environments and in the group living such as in the MEK camp in Albania, which inflicts irreparable damage. I also urge you to ask the officials of the MEK to allow my brother to contact my family. World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania 

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World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania

1- Mujahedin leaders do not allow me to contact my father

Letter from Ms. Zahra Shahbaz Mansouri, daughter of Reza Shahbaz Mansouri, to the World Health Organization

Ms. Zahra Shahbaz Mansouri, daughter of Reza Shahbaz Mansouri, based in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) Camp in Albania, wrote a letter to the World Health Organization (WHO) in Albania expressing concern about her father’s health and calling for an investigation.
The text of the letter is as follows:

World Health Organization Asked To Intervene In MEK Camp In Albania

Representative of the WHO in Albania

Greetings and best regards,

I am Zahra Shahbaz Mansouri, daughter of Reza Shahbaz Mansouri.
My father is currently in the MEK camp in Albania. He left Iran years ago to find a job and more income. We later found out that he was deceived by the forces of the MEK and transferred to Iraq.
In all these years, we have not met him or even heard his voice, and it is the ultimate wish of every child to be able to communicate with his father and be informed of his condition.
You know that even in the most dreadful prisons in the world, and in the case of the most dangerous prisoners, families are allowed to contact the prisoner. But we are also deprived of this minimum possibility of meeting.
Who can help us deprived families? To which international body should we take our grievances to support us? Does anyone in the world pay attention to our rights?

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Most importantly, my father has the infection of Covid-19 virus at the MEK camp in Albania and he is in critical condition. The sanitary facilities inside the camp are not so good due to the closed group life and many deaths have been reported so far.
I desperately ask you not to neglect any action that can be taken to alleviate my and my family’s worries, so that news of my father reaches us and allows us to communicate with him.
Surely you know how much a child worries about his father when he is sick. Please understand the feelings of me and my family and do not hesitate to pursue this issue.

Thanks and best regards,
Zahra Shahbaz Mansouri
Mashhad, Iran

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

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2- Morad family letter to the president of WHO

Mr. Mohammad Morad has written a letter to the head of the World Health Organization and the Albanian government regarding his brother Ali Morad, who is being held in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, requesting information about his condition and relieving family concerns.

Honorable President of the World Health Organization

Greetings,

I am Mohammad Morad. My brother Ali Morad has been in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) for more than thirty years and is currently living in the organization’s camp in Albania. During these years, my brother was not even allowed to call to relieve my family of worries.

Now, my family and I are very worried about the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the MEK camp in Albania and the deaths of several people in the last few weeks.

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As the president of the World Health Organization, I also ask you as well as the Albanian government to intervene in the situation of the spread of the Corona virus in the MEK camp in Albania and to examine their health status.

As you know, the coronavirus can spread rapidly in closed environments and in the group living such as in the MEK camp in Albania, which inflicts irreparable damage.

I also urge you to ask the officials of the MEK to allow my brother to contact my family.

Thanks,
Mohammad Morad
Babol – Mazandaran – Iran

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MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEIDNejat Society, January 21 20201:… My brother is currently stationed in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania. He was captured many years ago in the Iraq-Iran war, and we later learned that he had been transferred to Camp Ashraf by MEK forces. We have not met him in all these years, we have not even heard his voice and we have not received a letter from him. This is the ultimate wish of everyone to communicate with his brother and be informed of his condition.  MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID 

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MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

1- Letter from Mr. Ali Akbar Gholami Khairabadi to WHO expressing concern about the condition of his brother Gholamreza in MEK

Mr. Ali Akbar Gholami Khairabadi, the brother of Gholamreza Gholami Khairabadi, who is being held in the MEK camp in Albania, wrote a letter to the World Health Organization in that country, expressing concern about his brother’s health and calling for an investigation.

MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

Gholamreza Gholami Khairabadi Iranian POW in MEK Camp in Albania

The text of the letter is as follows:

Representative of the World Health Organization in Albania

Greetings and best regards

I am Ali Akbar Gholami Khairabadi, brother of Gholamreza Gholami Khairabadi.

My brother is currently stationed in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania. He was captured many years ago in the Iraq-Iran war, and we later learned that he had been transferred to Camp Ashraf by MEK forces.

We have not met him in all these years, we have not even heard his voice and we have not received a letter from him. This is the ultimate wish of everyone to communicate with his brother and be informed of his condition.

You must know that even in the most horrible prisons in the world, regarding the most dangerous prisoners, families are allowed to communicate with the prisoner. But we are deprived of this minimum possibility.

Who can help us, the deprived families? To which international body should we take our complaint to support us?

Most importantly, it is possible that my brother in the MEK camp in Albania has contracted the disease caused by the Covid-19 virus and so he is in a difficult situation. The health facilities inside the camp are not good, and this disease has caused many casualties in the camp so far. Worst of all, the camp environment is completely closed and they have a group life. The individuals are not allowed to communicate with their families, and the Albanian government does not grant visas to Iranians to come and apply for assistance.

I desperately urge you not to neglect any possible action in order to alleviate the worries of me and my family, so that news of my brother will reach us and we will be able to communicate.

Please understand the feelings of me and my family and do not hesitate to pursue this issue.

Thanks and best regards

Ali Akbar Gholami Khairabadi

Torbat Jam – Khorasan Razavi – Iran

Copy to:

Office of the Prime Minister of Albania

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

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2- Complaint of Mr. Haj Sakhid Saeedfar to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Mr. Haj Sakhid Saeedfar, whose brother Haj Seyyed Saeedfar is a prisoner of war trapped in the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, has sent a complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances, with sufficient explanations about his brother’s condition and demanded an immediate investigation into his condition as well as a arranging a meeting with him.

MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

Complaint of Mr. Haj Sakhid Saeedfar to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

The script of Mr. Saeedfar’s complaint is as follows
Work Group of Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances (WGEID)
United Nations Committee on Enforced Disappearances (CED)
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Greetings and Regards
I am Haj Sakhid Saeedfar, a resident of Bandar-e-Turkman, Golestan Province, in the northernmost point of Iran. My brother, Haj Seyyed Saeedfar, was captured by Saddam Hussein’s forces more than 35 years ago during the Iran-Iraq war, and then forcibly transferred to the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Iraq by the deception and pressure of the MEK leaders.

MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID

Haj Seyyed Saeedfar Iranain POW In MEK camp in Albania

After the overthrow of Saddam Hussein, I went to Iraq several times to find my brother, along with other families whose loved ones had been captured by the leaders of the MEK, but unfortunately the leaders of the organization prevented us against all international rules and regulations. They did not allow us to meet our loved ones in that camp.

Later, I found out that in 2015, the MEK, together with all its members, went to Albania. So I corresponded with the government of that country, but no attention was paid to my humane requests to contact my brother.

Now, with the outbreak of Covid-19 disease all over the world, especially in Albania and the MEK camp, where at least 17 of them have died in less than a month, I and all my family members are worried about my brother.

We urge the committee in charge to immediately take care of the physical and mental condition of my brother Haj Seyyed Saeedfar in the MEK camp in Albania, and we also want to contact him, who has disappeared involuntarily.

Thanks a lot
Haj Sakhid Saeedfar, Haj Seyyed Saeedfar’s brother captive in the MEK camp in Albania
Bandar-e-Turkman – Golestan – Iran

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MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID 

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Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced DisappearancesNejat Society, January 09 2020:…  Mr. Mohammad Aq Atabai, whose brother Hamid Mohammad Aq Atabai is being held in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, has lodged a complaint against the Albanian government to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances under the UN Convention against the Protection of All Persons against Forced disappearance. While explaining his brother’s story, he asked the committee to find him and provide the possibility to connect him.. Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances 

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Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Mr. Mohammad Aq Atabai, whose brother Hamid Mohammad Aq Atabai is being held in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania, has lodged a complaint against the Albanian government to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances under the UN Convention against the Protection of All Persons against Forced disappearance. While explaining his brother’s story, he asked the committee to find him and provide the possibility to connect him.

Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Mr. Mohammad Atabay

The text of the complaint is as follows:

Greetings and Regards,

I am Mohammad Aq Atabay, a resident of Gonbad kavoos city, Golestan Province in northern Iran. My brother Hamid Mohammad Aq Atabay was captured by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) more than 35 years ago during the Iran-Iraq War and was forcibly transferred to the organization’s camp in Iraq.

I went to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2013 to find and contact him along with a number of families whose loved ones had also been disappeared in Iraq. An official of the committee told me that they could not do anything for us because Iraq is not a signatory to the UN International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and is not accountable to the committee.

It has been 4 years since the presence of the MEK in Albania, and most certainly my brother has been forcibly transferred to Albania with this organization. Albania is one of the signatories of the relevant convention and, according to the provisions of this convention, is responsible and accountable for the actions of organizations and groups such as the MEK, which are based in that country and are fully supported by it.

Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

During all these years, I have sent letters and messages to all the executive and relevant officials of the Albanian government requesting that my brother be found and that he be given the opportunity to meet or at least call me. But my efforts were completely fruitless and I did not receive any response from the Albanian authorities. It should be noted that the Albanian government does not grant visas to Iranian citizens at the request of the MEK, so it is impossible for me to travel to that country and pursue the matter with the judicial authorities there.
With the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus and the deaths of dozens of people trapped in the MEK camp in Albania in recent weeks, my concerns about my brother’s condition have doubled.

Mohammad Aq Atabay Complaint to the UN Committee on Enforced Disappearances

My request is that my complaint against the Albanian government, which should be held accountable for the actions of the MEK in its own country under the UN International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance, be taken into account. My brother has involuntarily disappeared in Albania and I want him found so that I can connect with him and make sure he is safe.

Thank you in advance,

Mohammad Aq Atabay, brother of Hamid Mohammad Aq Atabay, captured in the MEK camp in Albania
Gonbad kaoos – Golestan – Iran

cc:

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

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MEK Families Letters to WHO and WGEID 

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