Fathollah Eskandari: Members of the MEK are captured in a very closed circuit

Mr. Fathollah Eskandari, a former member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) and one of the plaintiffs in the case against the leaders of MEK, stated on the first day of the Nationwide Online Conference of the Nejat Society held on August 7, 2021:

Greetings to all who are working for the release of those who are trapped in the Rajavi Cult. I promise you that so long as we are alive, we will think of these loved ones who are caught in the Rajavi Cult. We do think about them all the time.

I greet my dear friends Mr. Ali Madad Sadeqi, Mr. Morteza Qadimi, Mr. Jafar Sani and many who do not know about their loved ones for many years. The members of the MEK have no contact with their families and live in a very closed and isolated circuit.

Fathollah Eskandari; MEK former member

I assure them that we are free in Iran and we also care about their freedom. With the help of all the honorable families who have gathered in the Nejat Society and are thinking about the release of their loved ones, we promise to serve them until the last day of our lives.

I would like to tell you that it is the last days of the era of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi. As we see in their programs and gatherings, they have become very weak. The Iranian people know them better now and understand their lies and avoid them, and as we saw in the last statements of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi, they had nothing to say and were condemned.

They have nothing to say but to threaten. They have no official or public work to present. They are lying. Rajavi is convicted. He must face an international court. He must be tried. He should know that one day he will be like Hussein Saddam.

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