Abdollah Afghan’s letter to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court

To the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court

Dear Mr. Karim Asad Ahmad Khan
I am Abdollah Afghan from Mazandaran province in Iran. I am a former member of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult) who has complained against the leaders of this organization. I was a captive of the Rajavi Cult for 16 years in Camp Ashraf in Iraq. There, I was tortured mentally and physically.
We had no personal right. There was no newspaper, radio, television or the Internet at Camp Ashraf in the MEK in Iraq. We had no right to communicate with our family at all and our family was completely unaware of our situation.
At Camp Ashraf, only brainwashing, mental and physical stress, unpaid forced labor, and an uncertain future existed.
Hereby, I request you to follow our complaint and bring the leaders of the Rajavi Cult to justice. I am willing to appear in any court as a plaintiff or witness if necessary.

Abdollah Afghan
Mazandaran – Iran

Abdollah Afghan; former member of the MEK

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