MKO expresses concern from members' families
On Tuesday, the MEK expressed concern about the efforts of its members' families to meet them after many years of parting.
In a letter to Albanian officials, where the organization is located near the capital Tirana, the organization expressed its concerns about the increasing number of Iranian families who are requesting entry visas to visit Albania to meet their children and families, despite the closure of the border due to the emerging Coronavirus.
The organization said that "about 8000 Iranians are currently requesting entry visas in order to meet their children who are in Camp Ashraf III."
The MKO created an excuse in this message, saying that the aim of the increasing requests for a visit to Albania is "to attack the organization's headquarters in the capital Tirana or against Albania by the Iranian regime."
In a related context, an Iranian family sent a letter to their son, Hamid Reza Nuri, asking him to return to their arms.
The family addressed their son, Hamid Reza, "Dear, come, all the kids are waiting for you, we were hoping that you would come and be the head of the family, why did you go and stay there (Albania) for yourself?! God gave you a grandson, please come back, we ask you to come.. Hamid Reza, you left us alone, Samana says 'I want my father,' have mercy on us, how long we await your return, you left your country, Hamid Reza, come soon. "
Several Iranian families recently appealed to the Albanian authorities to allow them to meet their children present in Camp Ashraf III, on which the MEK imposed strict oversight and prevented its members from communicating with their families.
Will the MEK allow the families of its members to meet their sons, or will they continue their kidnapping and prevent them from enjoying the most basic internationally recognized human rights principles?