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In 2001, I joined the organization when I had gone to Turkey to find a job. As soon as arriving in Ashraf I found that they’re lying. But they didn’t let me return.
I’m Massoud Jahanbakhsh. I live in Kermanshah. In 2001, I went to turkey to find a job and I joined hypocrites (Mojahedin) by my friends. They told me that if I stay in the organization for 6 months, after that they would send me to Europe and get political refugee status for me. That’s why I joined the organization. First, we went to the entrance section and I saw that all they say are only lies. We wanted to return, but we had no ways. They didn’t let us return. They said that we should stay for 2 years in exit section and 8 years in Abu Ghraib prison. We had to stay in the organization. But we were looking for a chance to escape. The US attacked Iraq and after the war was finished we left the organization quickly and went to the American camp. We were in US camp for nearly 18 months. We were under mental pressure. They insulted us. The meetings they held were really disturbing. In order to watch the film of interview in Habilian website, please click <1>here<1>. To read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, click <2>here<2> please.

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