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they told me that they would take me to Iraq. Once I escaped from this group in Dubai and introduced myself to Iranian embassy there and I returned to Iran. But after 6 months they called me again and said that they would take me Europe.
I am Isa Baluchi, the son of Adam and I was born in the city of Nickshahr, in Sistan and Baluchistan province. I was in Dubai when I was introduced to MKO and I was deceived by this organization; they told me that they will take me to Europe and get me a job. Then they told me that they would take me to Iraq. Once I escaped from this group in Dubai and introduced myself to Iranian embassy there and I returned to Iran. But after 6 months they called me again and said that they would take me Europe. We were 3; me, my uncle and one of my relatives called Khosro Baluchi. We went to Pakistan. There, we found that they had lied about going to Europe. It was all misery and pain and mental pressure. They held 48-hour classes for us. All they did were against Islam, against Mohammed the prophet and against holy book. They tortured us mentally. They always told us about Che Guerra and Mao. They were anti Iranians. They always talked against the people of Iran. I was in the organization for 6 months. Then we went to war and after we returned. After that I was a year and a half in the organization again. There was always torture, beating, and … After two years, when I was convinced that the organization is not right, I asked to leave the organization and join Americans but they kept me by forces. There, Zhila, Reza Moradi and Hamid Ismaelzadeh came to a room and threatened me, tortured me and … I suffered so much pain until I eventually separated from the group. There are now 10 relatives of mine in the organization all kept there by force and I can do nothing. They (MKO) cooperated with Americans, and sold our country, disclosed Iran’s nuclear sites and gave all false information about Iran’s programs to the US. They even sold their honor. After the camp one of their torturers called Hamid Ismael Zadeh came and met me and we quarreled. When we were scuffling, Americans tied my hands and took me to the camp. After a year, I asked to return to Iran and representative of Iran came and visited me. I also submitted my request to Red Cross International. And finally I was returned to Iran on March 10, 2005. To watch the film of the interview on Habilian.com, please click <1>here<1>. In order to read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, click <2>here<2> please.

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