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I had not chosen the struggle. They had chosen it for me. I didn’t want to stay there but they didn’t let me go.
I am Farhad Pourmeshki from the city of Shahin Dezh in Wesern Azerbaijan province. I was looking for a job in the city of Chabahar and in 2002 I was introduced to MKO’s intermediaries there. They took to Pakistan for work, and there I found that they’re going to Mojahedin-e Khalq camp. They took me to Jordan and then to Syria, and at the end to Iraq. Then I was introduced to MKO. I said that I don’t want to stay here and I want to leave. But they didn’t let me go and kept me there. And after 15 months I left them and joined the American camp. After 11 months, Iraqi officials interviewed us and then I was delivered to Iranian government. And I’m now here. I had not chosen the struggle. They had chosen it for me. They took me there under the name of finding a job for me. To watch the film of interview on Habilian website, please <1>click here<1>. In order to read the “MKO and Human Smuggling” <2>click here<2> please.

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