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She says she and her friends "wish to be in Guantanamo since the Red Cross, humanitarian organizations and reporters could make it there to interview with the prisoners but unfortunately none of international humanitarian organization have ever visited this place".
Refugee describes unfavorable situation of MKO's former members in US-run camp in Iraq. More than 200 former members of Mojahedin-e Khalq organization live in US-run camp in Iraq. Although they were accepted as refugees by the UN three years ago, they are still waiting in temporary tents to get license for living in a free country. Parivash Afarinandeh, a former member of MKO in TIF camp who along with tens of others- and on a hunger strike- lives in improper situation and waits for her future to be determined, talked to Radio Farda on the phone: "It's 75 days that we are on sit-down and 40 people went on hunger strike on Tuesday because we have not received a convincing answer, neither from Americans nor UNHCR. She says she and her friends "wish to be in Guantanamo since the Red Cross, humanitarian organizations and reporters could make it there to interview with the prisoners but unfortunately none of international humanitarian organization have ever visited this place".

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