The dictatorship reining Ashraf has caused panic in hearts and minds of Captured members who are bearing the cult-like manipulative control system.
The isolation of dissident members of Rajavi’s cult prevents them from enjoying the capacities and facilities they could use to release themselves from the suppressive atmosphere of the organization.
Regarding that Iraqi government is determined to expel Mujahedin Khalq from its soil and the recent act of Iraqi Police to establish a station at Camp Ashraf, the families of captured Ashraf residents challenge to help their children liberate.
A number of families from Abadan and Khorramshahr attended a meeting held by Nejat Society Khuzestan Branch to ask Nejat NGO to cooperate with them in their serious activities in order to release their beloved children.
On Oct.21st a group of Nejat members of Khuzestan office described the current situation of MKO in Iraq, for families .
Hamid Dehdar Hassani, the head of Nejat Office in Khuzestan presented a report on Nejat activities promising the families to help them with their serious determination to rescue their children.
Ali Ekrami, former member of MKO, also spoke on brainwashing and mind control system ruling the members of the cult.
Makki Rafiee was another defector who has recently left the group. He explained how the MKO leaders abused him mentally and how he succeeded to escape from the cult. He noted that Iraqi government considered MKO as a terrorist organization and if Ashraf residents individually asked that government for help, it would absolutely help them.
The final part of the meeting included reading a letter written by families who had presented the following request:
1. Getting information on the latest situation of their children in Camp Ashraf.
2. Providing possibilities for phone contact with their children without control and interference of Ashraf authorities.
3. Providing possibilities for visits with their children without any type of presence of MKO leaders.