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Amnesty believes that MKO should let the members meet their families alone and without the presence of Muajhideen so that families are assured that no tapping devices are installed in the place of meeting.
The issue of MKO former members trip to the camps of MKO in Iraq in order to visit their families was discussed with the representative of Amnesty International in Iranian Affairs. Mr. Derori Dike in London Says: Amnesty International has discussed the issue with Mojahedin-e Khalq. They say that the visit has taken place but the issue is under investigation. Amnesty International discussed with Mojahedin the claims of some former members that they were not allowed to meet their loved ones in Ashraf Camp. MKO has guaranteed Amnesty that they (former members) had been able to meet their families. But the investigations are still under way. Amnesty believes that MKO should let the members meet their families alone and without the presence of Muajhideen so that families are assured that no tapping devices are installed in the place of meeting. Amnesty has also some concerns and is investigating them “that Mojahedin have abused their own members and if it’s proved it would be discussed with Mojahedin at a right time.” So far, Amnesty has not informed Americans of its concerns since it believes that there was no necessity for it.

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