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French judicial officials and authorities should care not to be effected by deceptions of this terrorist cult (which is a threat to the world peace), and they should try the leaders of this cult as soon as possible.
Dear French Ambassador, We are a number of the families of the people who have been the victim of brainwashing and terrorist-sectarian relations of MKO, or, we have experienced this cult closely and now, we have managed to gather together under an independent association called "Nejat" to save MKO victims. Dear ambassador, we are at the threshold of the anniversary of a day on which we hoped the move of French officials against MKO leaders could lead to the disclosure of internal mysteries of this cult and we hoped our children, who are the victims of this group, could be well-informed by these revelations. Unfortunately, a year after MKO leaders were arrested, instead of watching the trial of the leaders ((at top, Maryam Qajar Azdanloo) of this cult, we have seen their temporary freedom. Temporary freedom of MKO leaders has brought this ambiguity for some people that committing crime and terrorism is subjected to the lenience and laxity of modern world and this ambiguity is very dangerous. French judicial officials and authorities should care not to be effected by deceptions of this terrorist cult (which is a threat to the world peace), and they should try the leaders of this cult as soon as possible. Dear ambassador, our requests are as follows: 1. We want French Judiciary to facilitate our testifying against MKO leaders in court. 2. We want immediate trail of MKO terrorist leaders in France 3. We want anti-humanistic activities of MKO (and its affiliates like PMOI, MEK, NCRI) banned in Europe. 4. We ask French judicial officials to follow the case of our children while trying MKO leaders. In the end, we ask you to reflect our requests to French Government and French judicial officials who are responsible for trying MKO leaders. With regards Nejat Association 2004/06/16

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