Today, on St. George’s Day, the ASILA association distributed brochures to the residents of “May 5” street.
The brochures had such a content that the people who read them understood that many injustices were committed against the 6 Iranians imprisoned in the Kareç camp and are still being committed in the Mujahideen camps.
Injustices such as: closing them due to the interests of the Mujahedin Khalq group, leaving their families, leaving the Albanian territory for Iran where they risk being killed or even leaving them from the bosoms of the families created by them in Europe.
The brochures were distributed by their own wives and by their Iranian friends.
Many residents of the area who received these brochures confirmed that this was an injustice, and that justice today is politics, some others consoled themselves by wishing the best for these 6 people and that one day soon justice will be served.
But there were also those who did not understand how this so-called democratic group (the mujahedin) did not have any rules that belong to the 21st century.
Many mothers said that it is impossible for my child to be banned. There is no access to electronic devices in this world of internet and technology. Well, miracles happen in the Mujahedin organization.