In this ceremony, a number of MKO deserters explained the situation of this terrorist group and emphasized on the influential role of families in the process of their children’s returning
A former MKO member, recently back from the organization to the country, joined his family in Tabriz.
In a ceremony held in the city of Tabriz by Nejat Association, Heydar Abolhassani, who has recently came back to the country from MKO’s camp, joined his family.
Arash Sameti Pour, a member of Nejat Association (which has been formed to help the freedom of MKO members), in an interview with Mehr’s correspondent, said: “Nejat Association’s family members met in Tabriz in Eastern Azerbaijan province and asked for more efforts by Nejat association, government authorities and international community to set free their children from the clutch of Mojahedin terrorist organization.”
“In this ceremony, a number of MKO deserters explained the situation of this terrorist group and emphasized on the influential role of families in the process of their children’s returning,” he added.
In this ceremony, Nasseri, the head of Eastern Azerbaijan’s Justice Administration, emphasized that MKO members who return to the country are safe.
Sameti Pour declared that the efforts of Nejat Association for helping other MKO members in Iraq will continue.
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