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Mother Saadat, mother of three victims of the MEK

Saadat Mother

Hamael is the mother of Mehri, Nahid and Mahmoud Saadat, members of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi). She has been looking forward to visiting her children for 33 years. She has been an active member of Nejat Society in the campaign to release victims of the cult-like group. She is called Mother Saadat by other Nejat members.
Mother Saadat has written several letters to her three beloved children. The letters have been never received by them. She also traveled to Camp Ashraf, Iraq, when the group was located in the Iraqi territory but she was not allowed to visit her children.

Saadat Mother

“What kind of justice is this?”, she asked in her last letter to the UN General Secretary, António Guterres. “The MEK has separated my three children from me for 33 years now. I miss my two daughters and my only son. Maryam Rajavi, one of the leaders of the group, who takes democratic gestures, has taken my children as hostages.”
Mother Saadat also declared her support for the recent petition run by Nejat Society to call for the trial of the MEK leaders. The petition has been signed by over eleven thousand people to this date.

Mehri, Nahid and Mahmoud are in the MEK’s so-called Camp Ashraf three in Albania. They joined the group in 1987 when it was located in Iraq fighting against Iran alongside Saddam Hussein. They left their mother to fight for Massoud Rajavi but it was the end of their family union. The MEK media made Mehri and Mahmoud to take action against their mother labeling her as the agent of the Iranian government. However, the three siblings have been never shown together in the MEK media. Any family relationship is forbidden in the MEK.

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