The MEK agents strangled 14-year-old Zainab with her chador

Zainab Kamai

“Zainab died with the first knot tied to her chador, why did they tie the other three knots?”
These are the words of the sister of one of the victims of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) terrorist acts. She was present at the fourth session of the trial of the group and its leaders. With the permission of the head of the court, she took the stand to plead her case to the court explaining how her sister was assassinated by the MEK terrorists.
Zainab Kamai was a 14-year-old girl who had left home for congregational prayers in the mosque. She was kidnapped and suffocated by MEK agents with her own chador.

Zeinab’s sister asked the court: “For what sin did they kill my sister?”

Zeinab Kamai was born in 1967 in Abadan. His family moved to Isfahan after Iraqi troops invaded Iranian border cities. She was a pious high school teenager who had chosen chador as her hijab, so she was considered as a governmental person by the MEK agents who were active at schools, at the time. This was the MEK’s faulty reasoning for choosing their targets.

The sister of the MEK’s terror victim added: “My sister was not a political person, nor did she have any special activities. She was only a pious girl who believed that humans have a pure nature. They [the MEK] even published the photo of Zainab as one of their successful terror acts on their website. What was Zainab’s crime? Zainab died with the first knot that they tied to her chador, why did they tie the other three knots?”

The forensic report of the examination of the body of the 14-year-old girl reads: “Due to physical weakness and small size, she was killed by the first pressure.”
Zeinab Kamai was assassinated by the MEK agents on the first day of the Iranian New Year in 1982. As the representative of her family, her sister was a defendant in the fourth session of the court hearing to bring MEK leaders to justice.

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