Rajavi cult refuses Mehdi Fathi safe passage to France for medical treatment
Mr Mehdi Fathi, a hostage of the Washington backed Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, NCRI, Rajavi cult) terrorist group died in Camp Ashraf (CIA protected MKO HQ) in Iraq one year after the Rajavi cult (Mojahedin Khalq) leaders refused to allow his return to France for medical treatment.
The leader of the Mojahedin Khalq is a fugitive. He has been in hiding since the fall of his last benefactor Saddam Hussein. But his third wife Maryam Azodanloo (Rajavi), based at the European HQ of the terrorist cult, today blamed the Government of Iraq and Iraq’s Prime Minister Noori Al Maliki, for the death of the hostage.
According to the statements issued by the cult leaders, the deceased, Mehdi Fathi, had been suffering from cancer. He was admitted to Baquba hospital when it was too late for treatment. But the demand for his transfer to his home in France was denied by the leaders of Mojahedin Khalq (Who themselves live under protection of American and Israeli secret services in Paris).
The news of the death of yet another hostage of the Washington-backed Mojahedin Khalq terrorist organisation coincides with a meeting tomorrow morning of Iraqi tribe leaders, Iraqi dignitaries and officials as well as media representatives and reporters at the gates of Camp Ashraf. The meeting includes the families hostages have picketed outside the camp for the last 10 months demanding the simple right to visit their loved ones.