Families of hostages taken by the Mujahedin-e Khalq , from Zanjan province asked Javaid Rehman, the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, to watch the film “Colonel Soraya”.
As well as other members of Nejat Society, families of the MEK members from Zanjan who have been deprived by the MEK leaders of contacting and visiting their loved ones attended the premier of “Colonel Soraya” last week. The film is based on the true story of Soraya Abdullahi, the mother of Amir Aslan Hassanzadeh, a hostage of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). It depicts the stories of families who are expecting the release of their loved ones, taken as prisoners by the Cult of Rajavi.
Eventually, families of Nejat Society’s Zanjan office sent a letter to Javid Rehman inviting him to watch the movie in order to get a better understanding of the sufferings and pains of mothers of the MEK hostages.
Notifying that the film has been able to only illustrate a small part of the atrocities of the MEK leaders against mothers and their loved ones, they called on the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran to take immediate action in order to end this heartbreaking tragedy. They asked him to interfere in the case directly by compelling Maryam Rajavi to allow the members to visit their families.
Zanjani Families stressed that the indifference of human rights bodies and the UN causes the MEK to continue disobeying the international laws and ignoring the mothers’ demands.