On the occasion of the Persian New Year, Hamael Ghanizadeh called “Mother Saadat” sends a video message for her beloved children who have been taken as hostages by the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/ MEK/ PMOI/ Cult of Rajavi) in Albania for 33 years.
Speaking in Turkish, Mother Saadat mourns in the absence of Mehri, Mahmoud and Nahid for another new year holiday in the past years. “Release yourself from the hands of the dictators,” she addresses her children. “I am old. I cannot walk. I want to see you. I miss you. I hope we can visit each other someday.”
Referring to the despotic rule of Massoud and Maryam Rajavi over the MEK, she says, “What a dictatorship it is! If you were imprisoned in Tabriz during these 33 years, I was at least allowed to visit you.”
As leaders of the MEK do not allow the members to contact their families by any means, Mother Saadat asks her beloved son and daughters a few crucial questions, “What will Massoud and Maryam Rajavi do for the Iranian people if they come to power in Iran? What do they mean by such attitude towards their own members?”
The heart-broken mother of Nahid, Mehri and Mahmoud Saadat used to be a sympathizer of the MEK but now she hates the MEK. She explains the reason in the video message to her children: “You know that I used to love the MEK very much but now not anymore. When Massoud Rajavi launched that game of marriage and divorce [forced members to divorce their spouses] in order to keep you under his own control, I began to hate him. His act was illegitimate. I am not as I was before. Do not wonder why your mother has changed. The acts and attitudes of your leader made me hate the MEK.”
Mother Saadat warns her children about the brainwashing system of the Cult of Rajavi. She knows that her loved ones in Camp Ashraf 3 are kept in ignorance from what is going on in the outside world. She asks them to think deeply and make a correct decision.
“You just chant slogans for People! People! People!” she says. “I am one of the People! Stop chanting slogans! You cannot do anything! You just put yourselves and your families in trouble. You did not become a mother or a father. You ruined all your dreams and I am so sad for you.”
Mother Saadat hopes her three beloved children a prosperous new year in which they will be able to get determined to leave the Cult of Rajavi. About two thousand MEK members are imprisoned under the rule of the Rajavis’ dictatorship in Camp Ashraf 3, a heavily guarded camp in north of Tirana, the Albanian capital.