Nejat Members Online Conference to denounce MEK leaders

First day of a nationwide conference was broadcast by Nejat TV. Dozens of participants in the conference sought to peruse the international trial of MEK leaders.

The five-day online conference started on August 7th, 2021. The conference was hosted by Ali Moradi former member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (the MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ cult of Rajavi) and an expert on the cult-like group.

Ebrahim Khodabandeh chief executive officer of Nejat Society presented a summary of the judicial process of the complaint against the leaders of the MEK in the Iranian judiciary system and the peruse of the complaint in the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

Ebrahim Khodabande
Ebrahim Khodabande, CEO of Nejat Society

According to Mr. Khodabandeh, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is the last phase in the judiciary process against the individuals who committed crimes that concern the international community. “The entire documents on the Court in Tehran and the final verdict were officially translated and submitted to the international court in the Hague via our friends Aliakbar Rastgou, Ghafour Fattahian and Isa Azadeh,” he said.
The CEO of Nejat Society also explained about the petition run by Nejat Society that was registered on a reliable website and eventually was signed by thousands of people who supported victims of the MEK and the petitioners of the file against MEK leaders.

The participants of the conference included former members of MEK who were victims of the crimes committed by the group leaders, especially in the early years of the 1990s in Camp Ashraf and families of members who are still captive in the group’s camp in Albania.

Conference of the Nejat Society
Conference of the Nejat Society perusing to support the International trial of MEK leaders

The participants addressed the conference calling on the international bodies for the trial of the group leaders, particularly Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. Former members and families from all around Iran, Tabriz, Zanjan and Shiraz etc. spoke at Nejat TV.

As the representative of the 42 complainant of the file, Samad Eskandari expressed his pleasure for the referring of their complaint to the International Court of Justice in the Hague. “I ask the international court of the Hague to listen to the cries of mothers, sisters, fathers and brothers who look forward to vising their loved ones who are hostages of the Cult of Rajavi.”

The conference will continue until Wednesday, August 11th. .

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