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UNHCR must not let Rajavi decide the fate of 3000 hostages

An open letter to the UNHCR

Dear Sirs and Madams,

As you are aware, the transit camp, Liberty was recently attacked by missiles. Unfortunately we have An open letter to the UNHCRwitnessed that after this dreadful attack, the Mojahedin Khalq Organisation (aka; MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) instead of helping Mr Martin Kobler the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations, and the office of UNHCR and UNAMI in Iraq, have embarked on yet another wave of hindering and creating obstacles in the resolution process. The latest conspiracy the Mojahedin Khalq have embarked on is that they have ordered the supporters of the organisation in European and North American countries to write letters to the UNHCR offices. They have been ordered to claim to be the distant or near families of the people who have been killed and they have been ordered to claim that the lives of the residents of Camp Liberty are in imminent danger and to ask that these people be returned to Camp Ashraf where they were living before. Some others claim that they are the families of the residents of Camp Liberty and claim that their family members have no security there and should be sent back to Camp Ashraf.

The leaders of Mojahedin Khalq (Rajavi cult) want to keep the members as hostages whether they are in Camp Liberty or return to Camp Ashraf. Maryam Rajavi along with other commanders of the MEK in France has ordered the leaders in the camp to stop all interviews which the UNHCR was trying to carry out with the individuals. She claims to be the representative of these people. She has asked the commanders to put pressure on the residents to stop immediately any contact with any international organisation in or outside the camp. If this is not proof that this is a cult, then what could be the proof? It is now clear that a handful of people mostly living outside Iraq are deciding the fate of 3000 people stranded in Iraq. It is clearly the leaders of Rajavi cult and not the individuals living in the camp that are deciding their fate and the individuals have no say in their personal life, decisions and future.

It is the leaders of MEK who are keeping these hostages in Iraq, no one else. They are keeping them hostage and playing a game to divert attention away from the horrifying crimes they have committed in Iraq and to buy time. They are clearly keeping 3000 people hostage in a bid to run away form courts and justice systems across the globe.

We, some of the long serving ex-members of Mojahedin Khalq would like to ask the UNHCR to resume the legal process of interviewing the individuals and to find long lasting solutions for each and every one of them. This is the only way for these people to find a way to return to free societies and start a free life.

the ex-members of the Mojahedin Organization of Iran :

Karami Mohaamad France

Hosein Njad Ali France

Razaghi Mohammad France

Naderi Nader France

Alishahi behzad Netherlands

Ebrahimi Jafer France

Rastgou Ali Germany

Movaseghi Amir Germany

Jahani Ali Germany

Ghashghavi Ali Germany

Miresgari Alireza Germany

Soltani Batul Germany

Mirbagheri Zahra Germany

Tormado Advard Germany

Ebrahimi Nasrin Switzerland

Mlaki Batul Switzerland

Abaslo Mohsen Austria

Khodabandeh Massoud England

Singleton Anne England


UN Secretary General

Amnesty International




Office of UNHCR in Baghdad

Mr Martin Kobler

Office of Human Rights Ministry of Iraq

Faryad Azadi, Paris, March 16 2013

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