Coinciding with the recent petition of 11,000 signatures, the families of members trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania from Kermanshah province (West of Iran), sent several letters and messages to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama, calling for news and communication and possibly meeting with their loved ones.
In addition to each of these letters, photos, details and documents have been sent, and copies of the letters have been provided to other Albanian officials and media, as well as European and international authorities. In addition, families have expressed their concern about the health of their loved ones in the current state of the prevalence of coronavirus.
May the Albanian government, as a humanitarian move, respond appropriately to these demands and remove the obstacles ahead. Many of these families have not had the slightest news of their loved ones living in the MEK camp in Albania for decades.
Unfortunately during these years, many families in Kermanshah province have passed away while waiting to be reunited with their loved ones, and they have never been able to get any news from them, and their names on this list are missing.
Some of the messages given to the Albanian Prime Minister by the elderly parents, who unfortunately are called mercenaries and terrorists by the Rajavi cult, are emphasized below:
Taj al-Dawla Heydarian, the mother of Mehdi Hamidfar, wrote to Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama: “I have been uninformed about my son for more than 20 years. Please provide us with the conditions to visit.”
Gorji Bavandpour, the mother of Dariush Najafi, wrote: “I have not seen my son for more than 20 years. Please help me to hear from him.”
“I haven’t heard from my son for years. I ask for your help to get in touch with him,” said Abdul Karim Karimi’s mother, Piroozh Mehrabani.
Mustafa Abbasi, Muzaffar Abbasi’s father, wrote: “I haven’t heard my son’s voice for more than 20 years. Please help me get in touch with him.”
Mozaffar Abbasi’s daughter Negar Abbasi also wrote: “Please help me to hear my father’s voice once after so many years.”
Haidar Ali Khalou Kakai, the father of Alireza Khalo Kakai, wrote: “I haven’t seen my son for years. Please help me get in touch with him.”
“I have been uninformed about my husband for many years. Please help me talk with him,” wrote Jawahar Heydarian, the wife of Musayeb Rashidi.
Fatemeh Rashidi, the daughter of Musayeb Rashidi, also wrote: “I have been waiting for years to meet my father, whom I have never met, or to hear his voice. I need your help.”
Afshin, Noushin, and Neda Sepah Amiri, the offspring of Ali Sepah Amiri, wrote: “We are asking for help to meet or communicate with our father in Albania after so many years.”
Alireza Jafari’s parents, Babajan Jafari and Sakineh Mohammadi, wrote: “We have been uninformed about our son’s condition for years. Help us meet him or at least to hear his voice.”
“I have not seen my son for more than 30 years. I ask you for help to make the conditions for meeting possible,” wrote Ali Murad Lotfi’s mother, Fanoos Khodadadian.
Sajjad Faramanizadeh, the son of Goodarz Faramanizadeh, wrote: “Don’t deprive me from having a father, help me meet my father.”
Vali Doosti – Nejat Association, Kermanshah province agency