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An official source revealed to Ashraf News that five members of the group have separated from the organization while they were able to escape from Camp Liberty.

Ashraf News
Known members of the MEK terrorist organization handed themselves over to the Iraqi security forces and declared themselves dissidents from the organization after their successful escape from the group where they claimed to have been under serious pressure from the leaders of the terrorist organization.

According to Sout al Haghighat media Cyrus Morsalpour a member of the MEK terrorist group escaped from Camp Ashraf (Camp New Iraq) a few days ago and took refuge in the Iraqi police and turned himself over to Iraqi authorities after years of bearing suffering, humiliation and insult.

An official source revealed to Ashraf News that five members of the group have separated from the organization after they were able to escape from Camp Liberty on Friday night near Baghdad Airport.

They revealed that there are many cases of discontent among the group members due to their disagreement with Mariam Rajavi's commanders, who run the camp.

They said, "Those who separate from the organization will be condemned to death", noting that "many of the members of the group want to leave the organization, but cannot because they fear for their lives".

Dozens of dissidents have already managed to escape from Camp Ashraf, most prominent of who are three of the leaders: Maryam Sanjabi, Abdul Latif Shardari and Barraat Keykhani. After they managed to escape and turn themselves over to Iraqi forces, they revealed the bad situation which the MEK members are suffering and accused the MEK leaders of not respecting international laws and the laws of the host country as well as their continuing interference in Iraqi affairs.

(translated by Iran- Interlink)

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