Embassy of the Republic of France in the Islamic Republic of Iran
85 avenue Neauphle-le-Chateau – Tehran
Honourable ambassador of France, François Sénémaud,
We learned that in an internal meeting in her headquarters in Paris, Maryam Rajavi announced that the MEK (aka NCR) are planning to hold a large gathering in Paris on February 8, 2019.
This day commemorates the deaths of the commander of the military wing of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) as well as Massoud Rajavi’s first wife in an armed clash in Tehran in 1982.
In those days, widespread terrorist activities were carried out inside Iran conducted directly by Massoud Rajavi from Paris.
The French policy of supporting this terrorist cult which, according to its own publicity, is responsible for the deaths of 12000 citizens inside Iran, and which is currently holding its members captive in an isolated remote and closed camp in Albania, is contrary to French claims of human rights advocacy.
When the French government in this way gives an open hand to the Rajavi terrorist cult for propaganda activity and gatherings on its soil, does it ask them why they deny families to visit with their loved ones inside the cult and why they have kept the members isolated and uninformed for so many years?
Our request is for an answer which would clarify the relationship of the French government to this terrorist cult and why the MEK have so much liberty inside France, while they do not give one per cent of it to their own members?
Families of the members of the MEK in Iran