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Ali Kalateh Seifari, brother of Ali Asghar Kalateh Seifari, held in Baghdad's Camp Liberty, wrote an open letter to Iraq's Prime Minister asking for his assitance to arrange a meeting with his brother.

Peyvande Rahaee


In the Name of God
His Excellency Dr. Haider al-Abadi
Prime Minister Republic of Iraq

Hi,
I, Ali Kalateh Seifari, am writing as your Muslim brother to ask you as the highest executive official of Iraq to help me.
My brother named Ali Asghar Kalateh Seifari was taken as a hostage by MeK cult on November 22, 1987 during the Iran-Iraq war and he was transferred to Camp Ashraf. He is now in Baghdad's Camp liberty.
During the past 27 years, I and my family members have made several visits to Iraq and showed up at the gates of Camp Ashraf and Camp Liberty. But each time we failed to contact him even by a phone call. I would like to humbly ask you as the highest executive official of Iraq to help us meet with our brother even for a few hours under your supervision but without MeK members' presence.
Hoping that you and your country gain victory over the ISIS and hoping that all the captives under Rajavi Cult be released.

Ali Kalateh Seifari
Brother of Ali Asghar Kalateh Seifari, held in Baghdad's Camp Liberty
May 27, 2016


cc. Iraqi President's Office
cc. Iraq's Foreign Minister
cc. Iraq's Interior Minister
cc. Iraqi Parliament Speaker
cc. Iraqi Members of Parliament
cc. Iraqi Media

 

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