List of messages and letters from a number of Khuzestani families sent to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama urging him to let them contact their loved ones in the MEK camp
Alongside the 11000 signature petition, a number of families of the members trapped in the MEK camp in Albania from Khuzestan province (southwest of Iran), have sent separate messages and letters to the Albanian Prime Minister, urging him to let them to have a visit or at least a phone call with their loved ones.
Each of these letters was accompanied by photos and specifics of the family, and a copy was sent to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international officials and various media outlets. These families are also concerned about the health and well-being of their relatives in the event of a Covid-19 outbreak.
Families are eagerly waiting for the Albanian government to respond, as a humanitarian gesture, to these requests and remove any possible obstacles. Many of these families have not heard from their loved ones in Albania for decades now.
It should be noted that during these years, many family members in Khuzestan province, while waiting to meet their loved ones, passed away and never managed to get any information about them; their names are of course now missing from the attached list.
Other Khuzestani families are still sending letters.
Below are some messages to the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis. Rajavi brazenly calls these families terrorists and mercenaries:
Mahvash Jahanbani wife of Ali Ebrahimi wrote: “My husband has been captured by the MEK for more than 30 years, and I have not heard his voice even once during all these years. Please let me come to your country to visit him”.
Hossein Ebrahimi, the son of Ali Ebrahimi, also wrote: “My father has been an inmate in MEK for many years, and I have not been able to meet him even once, during these years. He is currently in the MEK camp.”
And Mehdi Ebrahimi, another son of Ali Ebrahimi, wrote: “The leaders of the MEK have not allowed our family to visit our father for years. We ask you to provide us with a visit.”
Kazem Hezbepour, the father of Abdol Amir Hezbepour, wrote: “I am a father who is tormented by the separation from my son who has been a captive of the MEK for many years. I ask you to end my grief after so many years and allow us to communicate with him.”
Shahla Kalejui, the daughter of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote: “I have not seen my father for more than 30 years. I have heard that he is probably ill. Please create conditions so that I can see my father by traveling to Albania”
Hassan Kalejui son of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote: “I was little when my father was captured by the Iraqis in the war. He is now in your country and in the MEK camp. Let us travel to your country to see our father after so many years.”
And Hossein Kalejui, the other son of Nur Morad Kalejui wrote: “My father is now in the MEK camp. He is old and disabled. Let us travel to your country to visit him”.
Sediqe Morshedzade, the wife of Atta Moazzen, wrote for Edi Rama: “My husband has been a prisoner of the MEK for many years. We tried to see him with our two children, but we had no chance since the MEK leaders did not let us to do so. Let us travel to your country to see him. ”
Forough Khosravi, daughter of Fatemeh Ghasemi, wrote: “I was a baby when my mother was deceived into joining the MEK. I have been deprived of my mother’s kindness for so many years. Please let us travel to your country to meet with my mother, who is now at the MEK camp, so that my old pain of years come to an end.”
Shahzade Sajedifar, the mother of Gholam-Ali Sajedifar, wrote: “Let me visit my son in your country after so many years. Please fulfill the wish of this grieving mother.”
Ali Narimi, the father of Gholam-Ali Narimi, wrote: “My son is in your country. Let me come and visit my son, whom I have not seen for so many years.”
Ali Ekrami and Hamid Dehdar Hassani – Nejat Society, Khuzestan province representation