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After they tortured me they took me to the cemetery of Ashraf camp and told me that I should join the army or they would bury me there. They also said that they would write on my tombstone the word “Martyred Mojahedin” if they could take advantage of my death.
There are several cases of killing dissidents in Camp Ashraf. During interviews with MKO defectors who have returned to Iran, several cases of such people were introduced with name and complete ID. It’s notable that the former members who have returned are ready to appear in any court and testify on the identity of the killed members. Alireza Spandar Fard, said in the interview: “After they tortured me they took me to the cemetery of Ashraf camp and told me that I should join the army or they would bury me there. They also said that they would write on my tombstone the word “Martyred Mojahedin” if they could take advantage of my death. Even when we were in US camp, some our friends showed a mass grave to Americans. They dug the place and found 7 to 10 bodies. The bodies were limed to catalyze the decomposition of the bodies. Killing the members was easy for Mojahedin. If someone opposed them, he would be submitted to Iraqi Estekhbarat or would be killed. They said explicitly that nothing was needed except a packet of lime.” Dar Mohammed Dahani, from Baluchistan, has taken legal action against Mojahedin. He says they (Mojahedin) have killed his nephew “Omar Dahani” right in front of his eyes. Mahmood Akbari, from the city of Uromia, testifies that one of his friends “Alireza Saremi” from Mashhad has been killed by Mojahedin and has been buried in the cemetery of Camp Ashraf and that “Martyred Mojahed Alireza Saremi” can be seen on his tombstone. Alireza Spandar Fard also reports of two suspicious suicides (a man called “Soheil” and a woman called “Alan Mohammedi”.

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