Nejat Society’s appeal to Rabbi Professor Daniel M. Zucker –
We noted with interest your recent article ‘Iran’s VEVAK: Disinformation, Inc.’ "http://globalpolitician.com/articledes.asp?ID=2165&cid=2&sid=4" which was written in collaboration with the Mojahedin Khalq.
Regardless of this article, the seven member delegation from Nejat Association which is currently in Paris, would very much like to meet with you to share our concerns about the human rights violations inside the Mojahedin’s Camp Ashraf in Iraq.
After a twenty year absence, why is a mother not able to visit her son for two hours? This is her only request. Why will the Mojahedin not allow her this simple request, which under the terms of the Fourth Geneva Convention on Protected Persons, is a basic right.
Article 116 – Every internee shall be allowed to receive visitors, especially near relatives, at regular intervals and as frequently as possible.
If you are unable to visit Paris to meet with the delegation, we will be happy to meet with you in Washington where we will be arriving shortly.
Rabbi Zucker, the time for ignorance is past.