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Mojahedin took lots of refugees to the streets (in their demonstration in Brussels) by promising getting asylum for them.
During two decades of living outside Iran and taking advantage of poor people, Mojahedin have understood that refugees, especially illegal ones, are the best ones they can take advantage of. In past years, they could deceive European nations and convince them to give asylum to their own members. They have long abused refugees by this excuse and if someone accepted to go to Iraq and join their army they provided fake identification cards and sent them to Iraq. European nations had become sensitive toward this issue and Mojahedin no longer could commute openly. During recent MKO's demonstration in Brussels, Mojahedin went to the refugee camps and deceived refugees and took them to streets by promising that they will get asylum very easily. The condition was that they should attend MKO's demonstration. There's credible information about this issue in Italy, Netherlands and Norway. The range of MKO's deception was revealed in a program called "Freedom Flag", which is being broadcast by MKO's satellite TV channel. One of MKO's activists in Netherlands, Sadr Al-din Seyedi, pointed directly to this deception and said that "Iranians know that participating in this demonstration is very effective in getting asylum." He's known as "Sadri" in Netherlands and is MKO's agent in Amesterdam. He conducts MKO's recruiting tasks among refugees.

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