Letter to the Director General of the ICRC (182 signatories)

Director General, Mr. Angelo Gnaedinger,

International Committee of the Red Cross
We are the signatories to the statement of the seminar in “support for the families of victims of the Rajavi cult in Camp Ashraf, Iraq” which took place on the 19th of June 2010 in Paris.
19 avenue de la Paix
CH 1202 Geneva

Dear Mr Gnaedinger,
We are the signatories to the statement of the seminar in “support for the families of victims of the Rajavi cult in Camp Ashraf, Iraq” which took place on the 19th of June 2010 in Paris.
Our aim is to put pressure on the leaders of the Rajavi cult (Mojahedin Khalq Organisation) to allow visits between the captives in camp Ashraf and their families, as one of the most basic human rights for any captive person.

These families, after years not being able to travel to Iraq and years of uncertainty about the fate of their children, now have had the chance to travel to post-Saddam Iraq in order to discover the situation of their loved ones held captive in Ashraf garrison. It is now over 4 months that they have been picketing outside the gates of the camp in the harsh conditions of the desert, without much in the way of facilities, hoping to visit their loved ones.

Although the right to have visitors is one of the accepted rights for any prisoner, it is unfortunate that the leaders of the Rajavi cult block any attempt at reunion and meeting between these captives and their old and tired mothers and fathers. They have announced, in their own cult jargon language, that any contact with family members is considered as a sin.
It is with regret that we must announce that the situation is so bad that after four and a half months of picketing not only has the aim of meeting their loved ones not been achieved, but the leaders of the Mojahedin Khalq have constantly harassed these parents using abusive and threatening language against them. On some occasions, physical attacks on the families have also been reported.

Dear Sir,
Documents and evidence of the violent history of abuse of human rights by the cult of Rajavi (Mojahedin Khalq) clearly shows that during the past two decades, the leaders of the cult have forbidden any kind of affection or love between family members and have considered it as a sin and a punishable crime. The cult members are expected to only show affection and love to the leader solely.

Rajavi, using the opportunity provided by the fallen dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, has used the past two decades to create an atmosphere inside camp New Iraq (formerly Ashraf) in which any marriage, friendship, writing letters, exchanging photos, using telephone, meeting and chatting or any relation between parents and children or between siblings or other relatives has been forbidden and even thinking about it would have resulted in severe, violent punishment and suppression.

We call on all international bodies as well as all relevant governments. We ask specifically from your good self to intervene in a purely humanitarian role and convince the leaders of Mojahedin Khalq to allow free visits between the families and their children outside the walls of camp Ashraf in the presence of representatives of the ICRC and put an end to this hardship and misery.

Signatories:
1.Abas Sadeghi/Germany

2.Rana Samadzadeh Aghdam/Sweden

3. Maryam Ahmadi/Sweden

4. Hossein Samadzadeh Aghdam/Sweden

5. Ariya Abdollahi/Norway

6. Javad Abolhosseini/Netherlands

7. Alireza Bashiri/Norway

8.Batool Maleki/Switzerland

9.Massoud Jabani/ Netherlands

10.Mohammad Hossein Sobhani/Germany

11. Hadi Shams Haeri/Netherlands

12. Noshin Bashiri/Norway

13. Tovartan Babakhani/Netherlands

14. Tamin Abdollahi/Norway

15. Rabeae Shahrokhi/Sweden

16. Hashem Payro/Norway

17.Hamid Yazdanfar/Norway

18Jafar Ahmadi/Norway

19.Maryam Taheriyan Pajoh/Sweden

20.Mehdi Ahmadi/Sweden

21.Omid Ahmadi/ Sweden

22.Massoud Khodabandeh/England

23. Ayob Kord Rostami/Canada

24.Farshid Ahmadi/Sweden

25. Farid Armideh ,The son of Aliakbar Armideh/Sweden

26. Saeed Armideh ,The son of Aliakbar Armideh/Sweden

27.Mitra Yosefi/Sweden

28. Naser Rezvani/Sweden

29. Farshid Nazari/Norway

30. Farzad Farzinfar/SWeden

31. Nima Parniya/Norway

32. Anne Singleton/England

33. Saeed Khodabakhsh/Canada

34. Parvin Haji/Canada

35. Fereshteh Hosseini/Denmark

36. Parya Dabiryan/Greece

37. Hassan Faraji/Sweden

38. Omid Ariyapoor/ Norway

39. Faramarz Afshari/Greece

40. Elham Norouzi/Canada

41. Soheyla Norouzi/Canada

42. Babak A/France

43. Alireza Nasrollahi/France

44. Mostafa Mohammadi/Canada

45. Shan Kord Rostami/Canada

46. Marlen Kord Rostami/Canada

47. Bahareh Nikbakht/France

48. Hassan Piransar / France

49. Hamed Sarrafpour/France

50.Alireza Nabavi/Sweden

51. Anika Nabavi/Sweden

52.Sara Nabavi/sweden

53.Rohi Aslani/Sweden

54.Zahra Makari/Sweden

55. Kenar Jasem Ali/Netherlands

56. Horiyeh Mohammadi/Canada

57.Shirin Aghvami/Sweden

58. Zari Aghvami/Sweden

59. Mehri Nasiri/Sweden

60. Gholam Shirali/Norway

61. Habib Khorami/Netherlands

62. Marziyeh Gonjeshki/ Netherlands

63. Mahbobeh. Hamzeh /Canada

64.Narmin Jasem Ali/Netherlands

65. Zahra MOhammadi/Netherlands

66. Mohammad mohammadi/Canada

67. Morteza Mohammadi/Canada

68.Hamid Tavana /Netherlands

69. Mohammad harati/Netherlands

70. Tol Malavi

71. krigoriyan

72. Mohammad ellami

73. Khalil Taghavi/Netherlands

74. Mina Taghavi/Netherlands

75. Karim Haghi / Netherlands)

76. Khaled Taghavi/Netherlands

77. Zaghik Babakhani/Netherlands

78. Hamid Balfan/Netherlands

79. Maryam Jahanfard/Netherlands

80. Mohammad Karami/France

81. Javad Firozmand/France

83.Mehdi Sojodi/Germany

83. Mehrdad Sagharchi/scandinavia

84. Ali Jahani/ Germany

85. Majid Rohi/Denmark

86. Parvin Jafari/Denmark

87.Roya Haratipour/Norway

88.Bashir Hamdardzadeh/Sweden

89. Javid Hosseini/Greece

90. Mohammad Satari/NOrway

91. Jalil Hasimi/DEnmark

92. zayd Rahmanpour/Norway

93. Ashraf mohammadi/Norway

94. Hamid Balfan/Netherlands

95. Noor Dara/Netherlands

96. Soheyla Behboodi/Germany

97. Nasrin Behboodi/Netherlands

98. Kazem Hosseini/Netherlands

99. Ali Ghashghavi/ Germany

100. Amir Movasaghi/Germany

101. Edvard Tormado/Germany

102. Armineh Tormado/Germany

103. Behzad Alishahi/Netherlands

104. Nahid Amiri/Netherlands

105. Alireza Mirasgari/Germany

106. Mohsen Abaslo/Austria

107. Alireza Naghashzadeh/Germany

108. Elham Kakavand/Netherlands

109. Ali Akbar Rastgo/Germany

110. Majed Dara/Netherlands

111. Noryeh Dara/Netherlands

112. Nona Abdollahi/Netherlands

113. Ali Taghavi /Netherlands

114. Mehdi Fadayee/Germany

115. Khaled Taghavi/Netherlands

116. Yorik Ebrahimiyan /Germany

117. Farideh Barati/Netherlands

118. Mahbobeh Barati/Netherlands

119. Arash Moghadam/Netherlands

120. Batool Soltani

121. Armin Seraj/Netherlands

122. Kardo Dara/Netherlands

123. A Abkhaziyan/Germany)

124. Narineh Artesh/Germany

125. Ali Zirak/Netherlands

126. Sara SAdeghi/Germany

127. Bahadoor Khorami/Netherlands

128. Jafar Gonjeshki/Denmark

129. Jamshid Charlang/Germany

130. Ali Sheykhi/Netherlands

131. Hesam Sheykhi/Netherlands

132. Reza Sadeghi/Belgium

133. Eman Vaseti/Netherlands

134. Khalil Vaseti/Netherlands

135. Faramarz Pashayee / Canada

136. Mohammad Nabi Soleyman Nejat/Canada

137. Khoshnam Hesami/Canada

138. Hassan Saberi/Canada

139. Mehrzad Zardoshtiyan /Netherlands

140. Ghodrat Hamidi/Canada

141. Hasheh Mirza/Netherlands

142. Ershak Naghdali/Netherlands

143. Ebrahim Manaf/Netherlands

144. Sava Manaf/Netherlands

145. Amir Atefeh/Netherlands

146. Sanaz Dara/Netherlands

147. Saeed Soltanpour/Canada

148. Mahnaz Alavi/Netherlands

149. Christin Karkhaziyan/Germany

150. Habib Asadollahi/Germany

151. Millad Ariyayee/Germany

152. Ali GHashghavi/Germany

153. Shadi Doosti/Netherlands

154. Hassan Haghi/Netherlands

155. Mostafa Rahmani/Germany

156. Amir Movasaghi/Germany

157. Saeedeh Jabani/Netherlands

158. Maryam Vaseti/Netherlands

159. Hossein Ghanbari/Finland

160. Mansour Nazari/France

161. Hossein Naghdi/Germany

162. Mohammad Razzaghi/France

163. Nader Naderi/France

164.Yahya Haghjo/Sweden

165. Faramarz Niksefat/Denmark

166. Sepideh Aref/France

167. Dr. Farzad Rahnama/Carolina, USA

168. Mohammad Allavi/France

169. Shiva Mostafavi/France

170. Mehran Taghiabadi/France

171. Jamshid Peyvasteh/Netherlands

172. Mehrdad seyyedian/ Norway

173. Eshrat Fallah / Norway

174. Amir Taherloo / Sweden

175 . Shiwa Mostafavi / France

176. shokoufe Bayat /Sweden

177. Fateme Soleymani / Norway

178. Ali Mirzayi / Norway

179. Ashraf Amrolahi / Sweden

180. Ahmad Nooraei / Germany

181. Zohre Shams / gemany

182. Heydar Ghadiri /

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