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Mothers, the forgotten victims of MEK, respond to Orjola Pampuri

Former Member of the Albanian Parliament

Abdollahi and Orjola Pampuri

Ms. Pampuri, former MP

Greetings and kind regards,

According to a website of the Albania based Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult), you have made a speech as an MP (even though you had resigned in 2019) for “the International Online Conference on Freedom and Democracy in Iran” on June 20, 2020, in an online conference held connecting about 2,000 locations around the world.

In your political message you addressed the people of Iran and showed your sympathy for them to the best of your knowledge. However, it appears you are not fully aware of the real situation of the MEK members in your own country, their estranged families and how much suffering they have endured for not having contact between loved ones for decades.

We are mothers of the Rajavi cult members. They are trapped in the MEK camp in Albania with no access to the outside world and they are banned from contacting their families. We wish to bring this painful situation to your attention.

We wish to draw your attention to the cultic practices imposed inside the camp and ask you to learn more about this from former members, the families and the critics of the MEK. If the MEK officials can connect 2000 locations at once, why can’t they arrange for their members to call their families?

The truth is that the MEK, like all other destructive mind control cults, has the following characteristics:
1. Suppressing critical thinking about the leader and the cult by the members, or even by outsiders, in the harshest possible way (no criticism);
2. Isolating members from the outside world, in particular their family and friends (no contact);
3. Penalizing the members for even thinking about leaving (no exit);
4. Seeking inappropriate loyalty to their leaders which means the members are practically the possessions of the leaders Massoud and Maryam Rajavi (modern slavery);
5. Denying the formation of family units (no marriage, no children, no family relations – mothers, fathers, spouses, offspring are considered as the main enemies, even more than the Iranian government);
6. Imposing strict boundaries of behavior (perverting normal emotional responses and spiritual beliefs and denying personal ownership);
7. Perversion from mainstream religious practices and imposing invented cultic doctrines outside actual scripture (under the guise of modern Shiite Islam).

We have just one humanitarian and rightful request. Since you have a close relation with the MEK and Maryam Rajavi, would you kindly act as an intermediary for the families, in particular the elderly mothers, to get in touch with their loved ones so we can at least, in the last days of our lives, hear their voice after the long decades.

Sorayya Abdollahi, on behalf of “Mothers, the forgotten victims of MEK”

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