To the Abanian Prime Minister
Mr. Edi Rama
I am Samira Sheikh Mansoori the sister of Nasar Sheikh Mansoori. I would like to inform you that my brother was taken as a war prisoner by Iraqi forces when he was a soldier fighting to defend his homeland against the invading enemy, Iraq. After he was imprisoned, he used to write letters and send them to us through the Red Cross office until 1987 but since then we have had no news of him.
Years later, we came to know that he was in the headquarters of the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI) but we still were not able to contact him. Recently, we have been informed that my brother has been shown up in the MEK TV channel in an interview.
My family and I are very pleased to see my brother, Nasar, after 35 years of separation but what makes us sad and worried is that Nasar did not say any thing about his family although he has had no news about us and especially our mother who missed him a lot! As I know about my brother’s personality, he is such an emotional and caring person and when he was in Iraqi prison, he always expressed his longing for family.
Mr. Prime Minister,
Regarding that the MEK has clearly indicated in the interview that my brother is in their camp in Manez, Albania, we appeal you as the prime minister of the country, to assist us to make a phone call with or to visit my brother after years of being away. I should inform you that our mother passed away two years ago after 33 years of waiting for his son.
We are looking forward to your taking action in this case.
Samira Sheikh Mansoori
Bandar Mahshahr, Khuzestan, Iran