Families at Camp Liberty say ‘meeting our loved ones is a fundamental human right’

Newly arrived families stand outside Camp Liberty holding placards with the names of their loved ones.

The slogans they shout say that ‘meeting with our loved ones is our fundamental human right’.

Many have been denied contact for decades because the Rajavi cult bans members from contacting their families. These families are concerned that their loved ones may be transferred to Albania without notice and are appealing to UN and Iraqi officials as well as the MEK’s supporters to allow them to meet with them.

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