Rahim Sohrabi was a businessman in Romania when he was deceived by the recruiters of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) to join the group in Iraq.
In 1998, Rahim Sohrabi was an Iranian immigrant living in Romania as a successful entrepreneur. MEK recruiters tried to seduce him under the cover of developing a bigger business in France, but he was soon taken to Camp Ashraf, Iraq where he was recruited as a soldier of the group’s so-called National Liberation Army.
Since then, Rahim’s family had no news of him. He was not allowed to contact his family anymore. “We have not seen our beloved brother for decades,” his sister, Fatemeh writes in a letter to the UNHCR. “Maryam and Massoud Rajavi have deprived us from our human rights.”
Fatemeh Sohrabi is concerned about the fate of her brother who has lost his money and health in the MEK. “They beat and tortured my brother because he wanted his money back,” she writes.
She has written several letters to the Albanian authorities and the International human rights body asking for aids to release her brother from the bars of the Cult of Rajavi.
Fatemeh Sohrabi is a member of Nejat Society, Mazandaran office. In her recent visit to Nejat Society, she said, “My brother is not young anymore. What a pity! Rajavi waisted his life.”