Christian Aziz, reporter of Scotsman, says about her trip to Ashraf Base: "There have been some changes since I last visited
Christian Aziz, reporter of Scotsman, says about her trip to Ashraf Base: "There have been some changes since I last visited the camp in 1997 - American soldiers patrol its roads and there’s a swimming pool. The cemetery is bigger - 40 Mujahideen were killed during the war in attacks by the coalition and afterwards. Five years ago, the women had taken great pride in showing off their tanks in manoeuvres on the dusty plains and displaying their firing skills, but this time, long rows of scarved heads were bent over banks of computers, engrossed in virtual war manoeuvres."
Sometimes ago, MKO's TV channel reported that there are Computer games for the members to play.
This is only a part of a reality in which the army of Rajavi has been entangled. Officials of the group say that these games keep the military morale of the forces, but experts believe that addiction to such programs changes forces so that they can have no harm to the group.
Psychological researches show that " addiction to computer games can take them from real world and link them to a virtual atmosphere".
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