Nadeali Torabi, the brother of two female members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq call on the international community to aid him visit his sisters. The Torabis have been suffering through 40 years of involvement with the MEK.
One of their brothers GhorbaniAli was killed under torture in the MEK’s prisons and their two sisters, Masoumeh and Maryam, are still under the suppressive ruling of Maryam Rajavi in the group’s headquarters, Ashraf 3 in Albania.
Mohammad Reza Torabi, the son of Ghorbanali, left the MEK 5 years ago. His freedom from Ashraf 3 was a light of hope for uncle Nadeali. He is now making efforts to draw the attention of the international community and human rights bodies to the case of his beloved sisters who have been taken as hostages by the Rajavis for about 4 decades.
When the MEK was located in Iraq, Nadeali traveled to Camp Ashraf several times. Except for one time the group leaders never allowed him to visit his sisters. The only time that Masoomeh and Maryam were allowed to visit their brother, they were being supervised by their commanders and eventually the ex-wife of Ghorban – previously forced to divorce— got mad at Nadeali because he wanted his sisters to keep in touch with family. Since then, they have never been allowed to contact each other.
Today, Nadeali is looking forward to a way to contact his sisters whose basic rights are violated in an isolated camp in the European territory. He sends letters to human rights bodies and the international organizations in order to demand that the human dignity of his family and all families whose loved ones are taken as hostages under the destructive Cult of Rajavi, be respected.