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We, the former members and officials of Mojahedin-e Khalq, ask the judiciary officials of the US and EU countries as well as Hague Tribunal to investigate the crimes of Mojahedin-e Khalq as soon as possible.
Request for holding international court to investigate crimes of MKO against humanity The report of “Human Rights Watch” (HRW) about violation of human rights by Mojahedin-e khalq organization was published on May 18, 2005. The 28 page report was based on the reports and testimonies of former members of MKO and had a wide reflection among Farsi and international media. But the cases mentioned in HRW’s report are only a very small part of the whole reality. The question remains that why did it take a long time for the former members’ cry of pain and torture to be heard by the people of the world in an international organization? Former members and officials of this organization had repeatedly complained to Amnesty International, HRW and Red Cross about imprisoning and torture by Mojahedin-e Khalq and Saddam in Ashraf Camp and Abu Ghraib. But why is it published with this much delay? Why there’s only a small part of whole reality? Why did HRW use the testimonies of only 12 former members of Mojahedin? If HRW issue a call about MKO’s violation of human rights, there are hundreds who are ready to answer with their decisive testimonies. The HRW’s report included a part on the death of two MKO members under torture which is valid and precise. But what about sending more than 1400 MKO members to die in so-called “Eternal Light operation”? Isn’t it a war crime? We, the former members and officials of Mojahedin-e Khalq, ask the judiciary officials of the US and EU countries as well as Hague Tribunal to investigate the crimes of Mojahedin-e Khalq as soon as possible. Here, we should remind that after HRW’s report was published, Maryam Rajavi and Mojahedin-e Khalq have increased their terrorist threats against former members and their families. Thus, we would sue the new crimes of Mojahedin-e Khalq through legal authorities. Copy to: The office of UN Secretary General Mr. Kufi Annan Interior Ministries of the EU countries Mr. Jalal Talabani, Iraqi president Members of European Parliament Members of the US Senate and Congress US State Department US Defense Department Human Rights Watch Organization International Red Cross Amnesty International The names of signatories: 1. Milad Ariayee, Germany 2. Samad Al-e Seyed, Netherlands 3. Batool Ahmadi, Sweden, 4. Jamshid Ahmadi, Sweden 5. Ali Bashiri, Norway 6. Jafar Baghalnejad, Norway 7. Ardeshir Parhizkari, Germany 8. Eduardo Termado, Germany 9. Parvin Hajji, Canada 10. Karim Haghi, Netherlands, 11. Mehdi Khoshhal, Germany 12. Massoud Khodabandeh, England 13. Hassan Khalaj, Norway 14. Habib Khorrami, Netherlands 15. Saeed Khodashenas, Canada 16. Farhad Javaheriyar, Germany 17. Massoud Jabani, Netherlands 18. Ali Akbar Rastgou, Germnay 19. Nasser Rezvani, Sweden 20. Mohammed Hussein Sobhani, Germany 21. Anne Singleton, England 22. Hadi Shams Haeri, Netherlands 23. Robabeh Shahrokhi, Sweden 24. Abbas Sadeghinejad, Germany 25. Hassan Sadeghian, Denmark 26. Jamshid Tahmasbi, Germany 27. Yasser Ezzati, Germany 28. Majid Farahani, Netherlands 29. Ali Ghashghavi, Germany 30. Ayoob Kurd Rostami, Canada 31. Amir Moasaghi, Germany 32. Hassan Mohammedi, Denmark 33. Rasool Mohammednejad, Sweden 34. Masoomeh Yeganeh, Netherlands 35. Mitra Yusefi, Sweden The names of supporting associations: 1. Iran-Interlink 2. Iran-Peyvand 3. Roshana 4. Ava With respect to supporting former MKO members against violation of human rights by MKO, all political and social figures and personalities who want to support the above announcement can send their names and the names of their locations to be included in the list. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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