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Reports of Irandidban correspondent indicate that the commanders of terrorist MKO in Camp Ashraf have forced all members to submit their ID Cards, issued by US forces for them.
Reports of Irandidban correspondent indicate that the commanders of terrorist MKO in Camp Ashraf have forced all members to submit their ID Cards, issued by US forces for them. According to the reports, after giving protected status to MKO members in Iraq, the US forces had issued individual ID Cards for all members. Members carrying these cards are supported by coalition forces all over Iraq and besides, they can come and go to cities and visit international institutions. Regarding this fact, in the case of escaping from Ashraf Camp, every dissident member of MKO can resort to humanitarian groups in Iraq and try to leave Iraq which is not acceptable for MKO and can lead to revelations about MKO crimes. The report adds that: to protect themselves and to prevent crisis in MKO and also to delay dissolution of this terrorist group, the leaders of this criminal cult have forced all the members to submit their ID Cards. It seems that US forces in Iraq are not aware of this move of Cult’s leaders. The report also points to wide dissatisfaction among MKO members in Camp Ashraf and stresses that Mojahedin uses every possible means and propagandistic tools, including its satellite TV channel, to hide problems with its members who want to leave the camp. But the activities of humanitarian institutions will lead to the failure of these efforts.

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