My brother was determined to leave MEK but the group didnt give the permission

Ahmad Dehghan is the brother of Mahmoud Dehghan, a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi). Ahmad participated in the recent online conference of Nejat Society in which former members of MEK and families of those who are still captive in the MEK’s camp called on the international community for the trial of MEK leaders and the release of its brainwashed members.

My brother was a soldier fighting for the Iranian army during the Iran-Iraq war,” Ahmad says. “There was only one month left of his service in the army when he was trapped by the MEK, in Iraq.”

Ahmad Dehghan the brother of Mahmoud Dehghan who is at MEK Camp in Albania

Ahmad and his family had no news of Mahmoud until 2001 when they went to the group’s notorious Camp Ashraf in Iraq. “My parents and I went there to visit him,” he recalls. “We were permitted to be with him from noon to 7 pm. We tried to take him out of the camp and back home but the MEK leaders did not allow us.”
My bro told us that he would get back home soon but the group never gave him the permission to leave,” Ahmad said at Nejat Conference. “They did not allow him to contact us anymore.”

Mahmoud Dehghan; MEK hostage

As a representative of his family, Ahmad declared his support for the trial of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi and other top commanders of MEK in the International Court of the Hague. “We urge the court to aid us travel to Albania in order to see my brother,” he said.

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