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In the evening of Wednesday, January 12th, 13 people who have been released from the clutch of Mojahedin terrorist organization, returned to Tehran by the assistance of International Red Cross to join their families. Irandidban’s correspondent has got the names of these 13 former members. It should be noted that one of them is a woman, 8 others are formal members, not prisoners of Iran-Iraq war.
In the evening of Wednesday, January 12th, 13 people who have been released from the clutch of Mojahedin terrorist organization, returned to Tehran by the assistance of International Red Cross to join their families. Irandidban’s correspondent has got the names of these 13 former members. It should be noted that one of them is a woman, 8 others are formal members, not prisoners of Iran-Iraq war. The names are as follows: Ronak Dashti Shahram Dashti Ali Moradi Alireza Bahri Mehdi Rajabi Mostafa Rajabi Nader Nabi Farman Ali Amani Saheb Ghorban Heydarnia Hussein Morad Alinia Ardeshir Darvishi Habib Allah Almasi Farhad Shirani IRNA’s political correspondent had reported that these people, separated from the terrorist group of Mojahedin, had described their arrival to the country as unbelievable. They had said that more members have separated from the group and wait for returning to the country. According to one of these people, after the first such group had entered Iran, others in the camp had held ceremony. Also, according to an official of Nejat Association, some other members are now being held in an American camp and will come to the country in the following days. According to a report by Iran-Interlink website, Red Cross office in Geneva has expressed hope that it expect to speed up the process of individual interviews with Rajavi’s hostages and to guarantee their rights in the following weeks.

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