Mojahedin invite families to visit

Iran Interlink welcomes the decision by the President of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (aka People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran) to allow visits to family members in the Mojahedin.

In a statement issued on October 30, 2002, the NCRI President and Commander in Chief of the National Liberation Army of Iran, extended an invitation to anyone concerned with the well-being and state of their children or relatives in Mojahedin camps to come and visit them. Their expenses will be paid by the Mojahedin.

Contact with family members is something which Iran Interlink has campaigned for in the past year, and we are pleased now to be able to co-ordinate the visits of families from inside or outside Iran to the Mojahedin bases where they will be reunited with their family members.

Iran Interlink has begun a process of contacts with international bodies in order to arrange the practicalities of such visits and to secure safeguards for those who visit, particularly from the Iraqi government. We will issue further details as they arise.

If you would like to join the visit, please contact Iran Interlink via our Contact page.

 

Petition which the families of Mojahedin members submitted to the United Nations (in Farsi)