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I, Seyed Amir Moasaghi, with organizational rank (M) (former deputy of MKO section), and 13 years of professional work in Iraq and 17 years of political work, from 1984 to 2001, announce my full separation in protest to the following issues
From former MKO official and deputy To all compatriots and Human Rights Groups I, Seyed Amir Moasaghi, with organizational rank (M) (former deputy of MKO section), and 13 years of professional work in Iraq and 17 years of political work, from 1984 to 2001, announce my full separation in protest to the following issues: 1. Political-military cooperation of MKO with security service of Ba'th regime 2. Wide involvement in suppression of Kurds and Shiites in 1991 3. Imprisonment, torture and killing dissent members and those who wanted separation 4. Delivering dissent members to the security service of Iraq 5. Sending dissent members to the mine fields in Iran-Iraq borded During the years in Iraq, I repeatedly asked for separation from the organization and the last time in 2001, in the Rajavis' inquisition I asked for separation. Then, I was severely injured, physically and mentally and I was imprisoned for a year in solitary cell in MKO's prison and I was eventually delivered to the security forces of Iraq. I was in notorious Abu Ghraib for a year, under the most severe and violent tortures. They did this to me in order to teach others a lesson. Despite the efforts of Rajavi I now live in a European country. I ask all Human Rights organizations, as well as all people, for the savior of the victims of this terrorist group, to save others who have always wanted to separate from this dirty terrorist cult and due to the suffocating situation in the organization they have been silent, many of whom have been killed under the torture or in Abu Ghraib. You'll be informed of the details in the next announcements. Former MKO deputy Seyed Amir Moasaghi July 4, 2004

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