Briefing periodical of Nejat Society

Nejat Newsletter

The purpose of this newsletter is to provide specialized facts and information to a limited targeted audience. We try to build our society ’ s identity amongst foreign diplomats and delegates in Tehran, but anyone might benefit from the information it contains. You can simply add your name to our mailing list by contacting us, and then receive the Newsletter regularly. You might even consider demanding the Society for our further materials and publications. We are aiming to publish this newsletter at least quarterly, or even monthly, so that it is considered a consistent source of information on our intended subject. You will look forward to its arrival. Please do not hesitate to contact us if there are any queries or opinions. We would be absolutely delighted to respond to your e-mails and communications. The word “ Nejat ” in Farsi literally means “ salvation ” , or “ rescue ” . The Nejat Society consists of those defected members of Mojahedin-é Khalq Organization (MKO) who have managed to rescue themselves from the boundaries of the Organization, and consider themselves obliged to strive to help and rescue the members who are still mentally or even physically captive inside the Organization. Ex-members of MKO have managed to return home to their families since the overthrow of the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Nejat Society of course played a vital role with the help of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the Iranian Red Crescent, and other international and domestic bodies as well as the families themselves to safeguard their homecoming. Of those who have managed to flee the Organization are kept in a nearby component under the supervision of “ Temporary International Presence Facility (TIPF) ” .

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