Mrs. Berta Cabral ,Mayor of Ponta Delgada
Respectfully, I would like to introduce myself before anything else. I am an ex member of Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (MKO). In 1990 I became an outspoken critic of what is known as the "forced divorces" and special relations between the organisation and Saddam Hussein, the ousted dictator of Iraq. I was imprisoned for a few months in solitary confinement inside camps of Mojahedin Khalq Organisation in Iraq. I am living in Switzerland now.
Me and my colleagues would like to begin this letter by congratulating you on your victory in the election for the position of Mayor of Ponta Delgada against Mr. Paolo Casaca, we would like to bring to your attention a point that has had its own effect on the previous elections among the people of Portugal. The negative opinion of the people of Portugal against Mr. Casaca has undoubtedly been the result of his overt and covert relationships with the Iranian terrorist cult called Mojahedin Khalq Organisation. The group has been in close cooperation with the crimes committed by the Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein as well as participating in human rights abuses against its own members.
I would like to inform your Excellency that MR. Paulo Casaca visited from Camp of Ashraf in Iraq many times for more help to this terrorist cult last years. But without any human rights organisation representative accompanying his good self., He visited the camp of terrorist cult without even investigating the allegations as to what is really going on behind its closed doors and he did not notice that the camp has no children inside. MR. Paulo Casaca did not think that this is because the cult leader has banned marriage and family relations?
About this news and his visiting to camp of terrorist cult in Iraq, Mr.Casaca himself admitted to the Socialist Party [and they] rejected his remaining as a candidate [for MEP] after news of the Express in the court of Ponta Delgada. ( RTP TV, Portugal, July 15, 2009 )
I am extremely pleased to announce that public opinion in Portugal and other parts of European Union is sensitive to the violent nature of cults like Mojahedin Khalq Organisation and Public opinion will certainly give its verdict against terrorism, violence and its supporters.
I wish you and your colleagues all the best for the future. like people of Portugal.
Batoul Maleki – 01.11.2009