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This process is one of the by-products of “protected status” granted to MKO members in Ashraf by the US. This is very status the organization tries to introduce as a “victory” for itself, while we have always said that “protected status” serves, before anything, to the benefit of MKO dissident members.
Ava Club welcomes the freedom of 100 dissident members of Rajavi’s cult On February 28, 2005, another 100 dissident members of Rajavi’s cult returned to Iran with the coordination of World Red Cross. This group is the fourth one of the dissident member of MKO who return to their families by their will after suffering many difficulties in Iraq for years. There are still more 500 there in Iraq waiting for freedom. This process is one of the by-products of “protected status” granted to MKO members in Ashraf by the US. This is very status the organization tries to introduce as a “victory” for itself, while we have always said that “protected status” serves, before anything, to the benefit of MKO dissident members. The fact is that MKO’s leadership took these people to Iraq by dirty tricks and forced them to work for Saddam’s evil purposes. These forces were supposed to be leverage for saddam blackmailing, and to be money makers for MKO’e leader; but all the ambitions of Massoud Rajavi and Saddam were gone and the forces, who had spent years of their lives in MKO detention camps, were freed at the threshold of new Iranian years. Activists of Ava Club, who used to be active MKO members themselves and have acted recently in Europe regarding the freedom of these forces, thank all organizations and people who have been involved in setting free the members and ask humanitarian communities, Red Cross and other parties (who control the fate of Rajavi’s hostages) to act to free other hostages as well. Ava Club is ready to cooperate with humanitarian organizations, Red Cross and other parties in order to facilitate the process of helping the freedom of all Rajavi’s hostages.

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