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Whenever I asked for leaving they said that they had promised Iraqi government not to let anyone out until 2006
Abdolmehdi Bameri, son of Rasool Bakhsh Bameri. We were deceived by organization. They took us from Iranshahr to Pakistan and told us that they would take us to Dubai in order to work there. Then, they took us to Iraq. I was in the organization for a year and a half. After US invasion to Iraq we submitted ourselves to Americans. First we were 18 in the US camp, then more Baluchs came there. Then we were transferred to another camp, US State Department came and interviewed us and … we stayed until we came to Islamic Republic. We wanted to return but they didn’t let us. They said that we have to stay until 2006. They claimed that they had promised Iraqi government not to let anyone out until 2006. I myself gave my request 4 or 5 times. When I entered the organization I asked: “Why did you bring me here by deception. I wanted to work.” They said that there are no works and no other things. They kept us by force. In order to watch interview film, <1>click here<1> please. To read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, <2>click here<2> please.

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