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The main point of the call was that Jamshid was supposed to say that he became “Problematic” (a term used by Mojahedin for the people who raise questions about what they’re supposed to do) and went to see Sedighe. Mojaveri criticized him and said: “you still have reactionary thoughts, these are regime’s victims and we should correct them.”!!
On March 27, 2005, in the program “Live Contact” (a program broadcast by Mojahedin-e Khalq), a caller known as “Jamshid” from Germany recalled a memory for Mehdi Abrishamchi, which was apparently planned to solve MKO’s problem with the issue of human smuggling but turned itself into a case which confirmed this crime of Mojahedin. Jamshid said that when he had been in Turkey under the order of Sedighe Mojaveri (the woman who was ordered to set herself on fire in France when Maryam Rajavi was arrested and her role in the issue of human smuggling has been recently revealed), she ordered him to meet a person who was supposed to be deployed to Iraq. He was ordered to meet him in a market in Turkey. Jamshid meets the man and finds him a severely addict person who knows nothing of Iraq and MKO. The main point of the call was that Jamshid was supposed to say that he became “Problematic” (a term used by Mojahedin for the people who raise questions about what they’re supposed to do) and went to see Sedighe. Mojaveri criticized him and said: “you still have reactionary thoughts, these are regime’s victims and we should correct them.”!! These words, which were not answered by Mehdi Abrishamchi, show that supporters and members have many questions about the mafia-style behavior of Mojahedin-e khalq. Jamshid added: “This man went to Iraq a few weeks before the war, and it’s clear that such a person with this situation can’t go on. Such a person quits and serves for regime.” Of course, Jamshid- who thinks this man was a victim- scorned him. But this has never been answered that if these people were addicts, robbers and fouls, then what they were doing in the organization?

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