Mahnaz Akafian has not seen her son for 34 years. Her son MohammadAli Sasani was kidnapped by the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MEK/ MKO/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) in 1987 when he was a soldier of the Iranian army. Mrs. Akafian expressed her hopefulness for the release of her son from the Cult of Rajavi, in the recent online conference held by Nejat Society.
“I got so glad to hear that the appeal of 42 former members of MEK filed in the national court of Iran has been received by the International Court of the Hague,” she told the audience of the conference.
Mrs. Akafian said: “Although the trial of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi can not compensate the damage to the health and the life of former members in those years of living under the MEK rule, it may pave the way for the salvation of our children who are still captive behind the bars of the Cult of Rajavi. This is our ultimate desire.”
Sasani’s parents are two of many parents who are awaiting the release of their loved ones from the Mujahedin Khalq. Dozens of MEK members’ families participated in the five-day online conference of Nejat Society to express their support for the appeal against the MEK leaders in the international court calling for the release of their loved ones who are taken as hostages by the group in its camp in Albania.