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Years of struggle by families of MEK hostages

Families at Liberty camp Gate - Iraq

Nejat Society was established as a non-governmental organization two decades ago. As members of Nejat NGO, families of hostages of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) took numerous actions in order to release their loved ones from the cult-like terrorist group of Massoud Rajavi.

Traveling to Iraq for picketing in front of the gates of Camp Ashraf was one of the actions taken by the families. The following video shows mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters who are crying the names of their loved ones over the walls of Camp Ashraf, Iraq, during the winter of 2010.

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Some of the hostages whose names are called left the group through the next years, mostly after the group was relocated in Albania. They might have heard the heart-breaking cries of their loved ones through loudspeakers over the gates of Ashraf. The mental bars around their minds might have been broken on those very days.

Since its relocation in Albania, the MEK has been downsized due to the increasing defections but there are still a few thousand people who are mentally and physically barred by the Cult of Rajavi. Now, the group’s new headquarters, Ashraf 3, is far away from the Iranian border. For families, traveling to Albania is a big challenge because the Albanian government does not grant visa to the Iranians. The reason is not rational but understandable.

As wealthy bribe payers, the MEK agents in the Albanian government make efforts to prevent families to come to Albania which is a semi democratic country in the soil of democratic Europe.
As a matter of fact, families of the MEK’s hostages never give up. They take actions, they write letters to human rights bodies; they send public messages to their loved ones in Ashraf 3 because they hope that the mental bars will smash someday and their beloved children will be determined to leave the Maryam Rajavi’s cult.

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