Mahin Habibi is the mother of Pravaneh Rabiee Abbasi, a member of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi).
Parvaneh joined the MEK 28 years ago. She just contacted her mother a few times in the early years of her residence in the group’s camp Ashraf, in Iraq. The contacts have been cut off since those days.
Since 2006, Mahin has tried to contact her daughter but she was never able to call or visit her. She traveled to Iraq eight times. She has written several letters to Iraqi President and Prime Minister, the International human rights bodies including the International Committee of the Red Cross and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
After the MEK’s relocation in Albania, Parvaneh’s mother began writing letters to the Albanian authorities, demanding them to pave the way for her in order to visit her beloved daughter who has been taken as a hostage by the MEK leaders for near three decades.
In the recent action taken by Mahin Habibi, she has written a letter to the Chief Executive Officer of Nejat Society, Ebrahim Khodabandeh, calling him for aiding her to find a way to facilitate a free visit with her daughter.
“The criminal organization of the Rajavis has imprisoned my daughter for years,” Mahin writes. “I have written letters to the Albanian president and prime Minister as well as the international human rights bodies but none of them have worked. Their ears are hard of hearing my voice.”
“I am losing my patience,” she adds. “I am sick and I miss my daughter a lot. I ask you, as the CEO of Nejat Society, to find me a way.”