Allow us to visit our loved ones

The families of the members trapped in the Rajavi Cult in Iraq, who have been picketing outside the Ashraf Garrison for more than two years and merely wish to visit their loved ones and know about their situations, have written a letter to the Prime Minister of Iraq Mr. Nuri Maleki and the UN Representative in Iraq Mr. Martin Kobler.

The texts of the two letters are as below:

Letter to the UN Representative

Dear Mr. Kobler

With regards, we are a number of Iranian families picketing outside Ashraf Garrison whose loved ones have been held captive by the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) for many years and we are still been denied visits with them yet.

Now that they are transferred to Camp Liberty, we wish to have face to face meetings with our loved ones who are staying in that camp.

We urge you to adopt the means in order to facilitate the families to reach this goal and have meeting with their relatives.

We wish to thank you in advance for your efforts and we are anxiously waiting to hear good news from you.

Best Wishes

Families picketing outside Ashraf Garrison

2012/4/13

 

Letter to the Prime Minister

Dear Mr. Nuri Maleki

In the name of God

With best regards, we are a number of Iranian families picketing outside the Ashraf Garrison and we have the following requests:

1. We wish to visit our loved ones immediately in Camp Liberty in order to make sure about their circumstances.

2. We support your efforts as well as the Iraqi Government to separate the rank and file from the leaders of the MKO and we demand for the recognition of their asylum states as individuals rather than as an organization.

3. We also request to have a meeting with your representative in Baghdad in order to explain our suggestions and requests as well as informing you about the MKO practices regarding our loved ones in Ashraf and in Liberty.

We wish to thank you in advance and your government and we are anxiously waiting for the outcome of your efforts.

Best Wishes

Families picketing outside Ashraf Garrison

2012/4/13

 

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