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Bahman Mohammadnezhad family appeal the Albanian gov.

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi interviews the Mohamamdnezhad family

The family members of Bahman Mohammadnezhad appeal to the Albanian authorities to allow them to come to Albania and meet him who has been held in quarantine at the MEK camp since 1981.

Bahman family members: Said Mohamedi Nejad Caushi (nephew), Mohamed Riza Caushi (brother), Zahra Guzel Caushi (brother’s wife), Layla Mohamedi Nejad (sister) appeal to the government to allow them to meet their radicalized brother in the camp of MEK.

Bahman’s family members reject MEK’s slander which claims that there is a religious and fascist oppression in Iran. They urge Bahman Mohammadnezhad to return to Iran and abandon the violent jihad of Mujahedin-e Khalq.

Mr. Bahman Mohammadnezhad left Iran in 1981. Since then he have had no contact with his family.

Bahman’s Brother says: Massoud and Maryam Rajavi don’t let us have any contact with my brother. I demand the Albanian government to let us have contact with Bahman

MEK claims that the families are the agents of the Iranian regime!

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi asks Bahman’s family:

What do you want to do here in Albania? Are you going to kill them? Because this is what Maryam Rajavi claims.

See what the family’s reply was:

Dr. Olsi Jazexhi says:

“…I want to show to all the world that you guys in Iran, the family members of Mr. Bahman Mohammadnezhad , are not terrorists, are not killers, you are not agents of the secret service of Iran. You are an  honest family who want to meet their uncle, their brother and their relative.

We know that there are thousands of families in Iran who want to see their family members who were abducted and brainwashed by MEK since three decades.

Through this video I want to appeal the PM here in Albania, to our government, to the Americans as well who protect MEK to allow your family members, come to Albania and to see your relatives….”

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