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Maryam Rajavi on the graves of mothers of the MEK hostages

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Musa Hatamian’s account of the MEK’s approach regarding the death of his mother

Members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) are not allowed to have any contact with their families during the decades of their presence in the Rajavi cult. They only find out that they have lost their mother when they escape from the bars of the group. The heart-breaking story of the Hatamians indicates the MEK’s hostility with the family. Like her disappeared husband, Maryam Rajavi abuses mothers, their names and their children as fuel for her propaganda machine.

Musa Hatamian is a former member of the MEK. He lives in Sweden now and he is an opponent to the Iranian Government as well as the MEK. In the article that he published on his Facebook account on the occasion of Father’s Day in Sweden, he begins his narrative with the death of his father when he was a child and then with the story of his devoted and kind mother, whose name was Tala:
“My mother Tala, after my father’s death, single-handedly took the burden of raising and educating us and that was why she was very respected by people,” Musa writes.

Musa’s other siblings were also involved in the MEK. Malakeh, the big sister was killed in 1997, according to the MEK. One of his sisters, Farah is still taken as a hostage in the MEK. When their mother was diagnosed with cancer in 2014, doctors warned the family that there was no hope for the mother to survive!

“I had defected the MEK for a few months, and my family members said that Tala kept mentioning Farah’s name and wanted to hear Farah’s voice for her farewell,” Musa Hatamian writes. “Following their cries and pleas, I asked Alan, a senior Lebanese-American UN official, to try to make Farah’s last contact with my mother, and she promised she would.”
Alan was shocked by what she saw in the MEK after she had informed Farah about her mother’s critical conditions. She had gone to the MEK’s then Liberty Camp in Baghdad to visit Farah. Musa Hatamian recounts:

When she came back, she said angrily, “I’m sorry, I couldn’t fullfil your mother’s request,” and weeping tears she continued saying, “when they brought Farah, two senior ladies of the leadership council of the MEK were with her! I said your mother is dying, and she wants to hear from you every day, I got her phone number from your brother, and you can call her. Farah seemed shocked but didn’t know what to answer. But when she looked at the two senior members of the leadership council who were speaking to her in Farsi, I don’t know why she answered me: No, I don’t want to talk to my mother!”

That moment, Alan learned something new and terrible about the MEK. “Musa, I am a girl, and I know no girl in the world can give such a response to a dying mother,” Alan cried, “I am completely shocked today, and I have come to a new understanding of the MEK’s anti-human relations.”
Tala, the mother of Musa, Farah and Malakeh died a few days later. Mayam Rajavi’s propaganda TV channel and websites offered condolences on the death of Tala but under this name: “Mother of Martyr Malakeh”. You are respected in the MEK only if you are dead.

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