After the first meeting of some families of MKO members, who had gone to Iraq in a group of 150, and opening of Ashraf
After the first meeting of some families of MKO members, who had gone to Iraq in a group of 150, and opening of Ashraf Camp's doors after 20 years on non-Iraqis, tensions have escalated in the group. Although MKO was trying to show that it's accepting the event, in fact, the meetings (despite tight security controls) broke the circle of MKO's mental control on members' minds. So much so that this event became the main conflict inside the MKO and the officials of the organization are trying to remove the effects of. Mojahedin claimed that the families were misused by regime and that they should not let the regime use them. But the feelings and desire of families to meet their relatives has defeated the situation of MKO's lying. Recently, one of the sources close to MKO in Europe revealed that MKO members have said to the families in the second meeting: "we love you but if you want to be used by regime we prevent you from meeting and if you really want to meet us, come without the control of regime." It's necessary to tell that Mojahedin try to bring the families to Iraq in order to take advantage from them in its terrorist purposes. Recently one of the families was told to pay money if they want to take their relatives. Mojahedin don't want to see people in Iraq since their presence will escalate their internal conflicts. Mojahedin have negotiated with Americans to block families from coming to MKO's camp again.

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