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It is suggested that the Red Cross and the U.N will be informed about the need for such a period; so, these members, Without security and political considerations, after being enumerated by the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights, will be instructed and prepared to move to any country.

The inescapable fact about MKO members is that for long years of being under the constraints of sectarian teachings and psychological methods, they are suffering from abnormalities and personal disorders, that are not easy to repair, And if they would be able to break or escape from the Rajavi's notorious gang, they could set aside only the anti-social acts and terrorist attacks, but the Mental disorder will be with them for a long time.
Minimal disorder they suffer, due to years away from the society, and relying on organization, is lack of social adoption, and Inability to manage personal and family issues. Many of them can not even find a job or have income, Moreover they are lacking in technical and business skills, so, daily they would be grappling with numerous problems.
The more serious damage is when the person sees his/her life wasted, and compared to relatives and acquaintances, his backwardness would be annoying and unbearable. In this situation, if the person fails to reach a correct understanding of his circumstances, this may be stimulating for anti-social behavior.
This condition seriously calls for a Period to be allocated to "recovery of personalities and social identities" of MKO members, so they could better meet their social environment and be ready for a healthy life.
It is suggested that the Red Cross and the U.N will be informed about the need for such a period; so, these members, Without security and political considerations, after being enumerated by the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights, will be instructed and prepared to move to any country.

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