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Using an opportunity, Mohammed Hussein (Emad) Bagheri and Nasrallah Azari took a car and hurried to get themselves to US forces, without paying attention to the obstacles. They introduced themselves and were immediately protected by US forces
Mehdi Barayee (Ahmed Vaghef), who’s currently in charge of Camp Ashraf affairs, took part in “Direct Contact” (“Ertebate Mostaghim”) program on October 30 on MKO satellite TV channel. He complained about the existence of defectors’ camp, which is located next to Camp Ashraf. Trying to cover the process of defection among MKO members, he admitted that two MKO members have heroically escaped Camp Ashraf. Using an opportunity, Mohammed Hussein (Emad) Bagheri and Nasrallah Azari took a car and hurried to get themselves to US forces, without paying attention to the obstacles. They introduced themselves and were immediately protected by US forces. In this regard, Mehdi Barayee admitted that MKO patrolling forces were chasing them with a short distance but couldn’t prevent them from getting to US forces. The other point is that MKO tried to have them returned by accusing them of stealing documents and information but US forces thwarted this trick by searching the two and then transferring them to temporary transit facility. Remnants of Rajavi tried to prevent another scandal on the defection of members by their usual methods: accusing members with false charges. What is clear is that MKO members want to leave the group despite numerous obstacles and difficulties. Fortunately, some escape efforts like this are successful.

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