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Reza Moradi (member of MKO) always said that there’s no way back and that we had to stay, which was against our will
I am Mollabakhsh Hussein Zehi, from the province of Sistan and Baluchistan. My message to my friends in MKO is that they (Mojahedin) deceived us. There was a man called “Taj Mohammed”; he deceived us and took us to Pakistan. He told me that we would be taught English and we would be given a good job in Europe. Then, they took us to Iraq and said that after six months we would be transferred to Europe to conduct political work. We refused what they said, so they imprisoned us. There was Reza Moradi who always said that “You are here, and there’s no way back, whether you want it or not.” After two months of torture, we had to accept. Then they held meetings for us and scorned us. They threatened to give us to Saddam’s regime. They were dependent on Saddam. They said that Saddam would exchange us with Iraqi captives in Iran. We were frightened and said nothing until Americans came and Saddam was ousted. After the fall of Saddam, they were no more in control. Then we escaped and went to the American camp. Americans coordinated affairs with Red Cross and Islamic Republic announced public pardon. We are now in Iran and we have no problems. I ask everyone in the US camp and in MKO to return. To watch the film of interview, please click <1>here<1>. To read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, please click <2>here<2>

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