Mr. Mohammad Jafar Azad Manjiri and his wife, Ms. Batool Qezi, wrote a letter to the head of the World Health Organization asking for information about the health of their daughter, Maryam Azad Manjiri, who is being held in the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) camp in Albania.
The text of the letter is as follows:
Honorable President of the World Health Organization
Greetings and best regards,
I am Mohammad Jafar Azad Manjiri, the father of Maryam Azad Manjiri, who has been trapped in the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO) for more than thirty-four years and is currently living in the organization’s camp in Albania.
My wife is very ill due to the grief of our daughter’s absence and the impossibility of communicating with her, and she has a very difficult situation. We have not heard from our daughter over so many years.
As the World Health Officer, I urge you to intervene in this situation of the spread of the coronavirus, which is epidemic and poses a great danger in closed environments where contamination can spread rapidly and cause irreparable damage. Please make the necessary checks, and I request you to enlighten the officials of the organization so that they can arrange for our daughter to contact us and get her family out of worry.
Mohammad Jafar Azad Manjiri
Sabzevar – Khorasan Razavi – Iran