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I’m Ibrahim Majelani. I was working in a sewing workshop when a woman called me and said that one of my friends must see me in Turkey. I went to Turkey. There I found that they were talking about Mojahedin and I didn’t accept. There were two people who said that if I join them they will get a political case for me and then I could go to Europe and work there. I was deceived by them. So, I decided to go with them to Iraq.
I’m Ibrahim Majelani. I was working in a sewing workshop when a woman called me and said that one of my friends must see me in Turkey. I went to Turkey. There I found that they were talking about Mojahedin and I didn’t accept. There were two people who said that if I join them they will get a political case for me and then I could go to Europe and work there. I was deceived by them. So, I decided to go with them to Iraq. When I arrived in their camp, they said something which was not reasonable. They said that there’s no family, no one make contact with home. I refused and said that I wanted to return. They said that I should stay with them for two years and in Abu Ghraib prison for 8 years if I wanted to leave. I was afraid of that so I accepted to join them. I was always thinking about escaping from their camp. When Americans attacked Iraq, they came and said that whoever who wants to go can leave now. I joined the American camp and lived with them for 17 months. Then they said that everyone who wants to return to Iran, it’s time now has come. I wrote my request to a US commander and now I’m here with you. In order to watch the film of interview, click <1>here<1> please. To read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, please click <2>here<2>.

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