Simultaneous with the recent eleven thousand signature petition, the families of members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) in Albania from Qazvin province (north of Iran), have sent separate letters and messages to the Albanian prime minister, urging him to enable them to visit or at least make phone calls to their loved ones.
Each of these letters was sent with photos, details and documents, and copies were given to other Albanian officials, as well as European and international ones and the Albanian and international media. The families also expressed concern about the health of their loved ones in the current state of the prevalence of Covid-19 disease.
We look forward to seeing the Albanian government respond to these requests as a humanitarian move and remove the obstacles that stand in the way. Many of these families have not had the slightest knowledge of the situation of their loved ones for decades who are now living inside the MEK camp in Albania.
It is worth mentioning that during these years, many families of Qazvin province passed away while waiting for their loved ones and never managed to get information about them, and now their names are missing from the appendix list.
Below are some messages for the Albanian Prime Minister for emphasis. Unfortunately Rajavi calls the elderly mothers and fathers and the children of his members terrorists and mercenaries:
Roghayeh Rahmani, Amir Rahdar’s mother, wrote to Edi Rama: “I request a visit or at least a phone call so that I can hear my son’s voice for the last time in the final days of my life.”
“I request a meeting with or at least to make a phone call to my son in the last days of my life,” wrote Hossein Ghahremani’s mother, Alamtab Rahmani.
“My last request is to have a phone call with my son in the last days of my life and hear his voice,” wrote Roghayeh Barpaii, the mother of Mohammad Hussein Tayyarzadeh.
Ali Akbar Babaeinejad, the father of Jafar Babaeinejad, wrote: “I want to meet in person or at least make a phone call to my son.”
Also, Khadijeh Babaei, the mother of Jafar Babaeinejad, wrote: “I request a face-to-face meeting with my son. Is the request of an old mother to visit her son a very big request?”
Maryam Babaeinejad, the daughter of Jafar Babaeinejad, also wrote: “I have been deprived of meeting my father for more than 32 years. Why?”
Ali Asghar Rahimi, Bahman Rahimi’s father, wrote: “In these last days of my life, at least my wish is a phone call from my son after many years. Is it such a great wish?”
“I request a face-to-face meeting with my father. I want at least to hear his voice after many years,” wrote Mehrnoosh Taherkhani, the daughter of Isa Taherkhani.
Tahereh Ebrahimi, the mother of Mahmoud Zolghadri, wrote: “I request a face-to-face meeting with my son. It is very difficult for a mother to stay away from her child for many years.”
Sultan Reza Qalyan, the mother of Mohammad Reza Haji Aghasi, wrote: “I want a face-to-face meeting or at least a phone call with my son before I die like his father. I am longing to see him and hear his voice.”
Roghayeh Bagherzadeh Barmkuhi, the mother of Ali Reza Gholami Barmkuhi, wrote: “I hope to have a meeting with my son before my death, or at least to hear his voice. His father was waiting for him until the last moments of his life.”
“I have a request to meet in person or at least make a phone call to my daughter,” wrote Zahra Fanoudi’s mother, Soghari Eskandari.
“I request a face-to-face meeting, or at least a phone call with my daughter,” wrote Abbas Fanoudi, Zahra Fanoudi’s father.
Roghayeh Shojaei Aliabadi, the mother of Hossein Shojaei Aliabadi, wrote: “I want to see my son after so many years, or at least hear his voice.”
Also, Hassan Shojaei Aliabadi, the father of Hossein Shojaei Aliabadi, wrote: “I request a personal meeting or at least a telephone conversation with my son.”
Fatemeh Sultan Jalili, the mother of Mohammad Niksour, wrote: “I request a meeting or at least a phone call be arranged with my son before my death.”
“I request a meeting with my son,” said Rakhsareh Ghasempour, the mother of Ibrahim Mohammadian Asl.
Ghamari Moradi, the mother of Masoumeh Oladi Salkhori, wrote: “I request a meeting or at least a phone call with my daughter before I die.”
“I want to meet in person with my daughter,” said Khadijeh Delpasand, the mother of Fatemeh Homafar.
“I request a meeting or at least a call with my son,” wrote Mokarameh Mardani, the mother of Saifullah Mardan.
Mohammad Akbarzadeh – Nejat Society, Representative of Qazvin Province