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I witnessed some members in MKO camps who committed suicide in toilets. I witnessed so many things they were doing to us.
In order to watch the interview, click here please I am Hassan Akhlaghi, from the city of Marvdasht. I went to Turkey to find a job and there I was deceived by MKO supporters. They told me that they would sent me to Europe to conduct political works if I go and work for the organization in Iraq for six months. They took me to Iraq via Turkey and in Camp Ashraf I realized that it’s not as they had promised. They were forcing us to enter their system which was unbearable. It was all the struggle of the soul and the nerves… you had to fight with your inside, with your outside , with your family, your children and … they pressurized us to take part in weekly purification sessions; they teased us. They were washing our brains. When the Americans came and started interviews some of the members left the organization and took shelter in the American camp. We also left the organizations with many difficulties. I witnessed some members in MKO camps who committed suicide in toilets. I witnessed so many things they were doing to us. Anyway, we went to the American camp and stayed there for 16 months. MKO agents didn’t want us to return to Iran very easily. According to some members, MKO had asked the US not let us go and instead had promised to accept Americans’ needs. They had spies even in the camp. We couldn’t escape. Whenever we wanted to escape, they surrounded us. They had spies in all camps. One of them was called “Hooman” who had gone into the uniform of the US military. There were also a number of MKO members in American Camp. In this camp also, some members tried to hit themselves since they were being lied to. Europe… US… they kept us there by force. Anyway, Islamic Republic saved us and we returned to our country and we are now going to join our families.

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