There the first symptoms of illness appeared in me. At first, it was headache. Then it was extended to my bones and back. This was due to mental pressure on me. After a while my legs became completely numb
I’m Reza Almasizadeh, from the city of Isfahan. I left the city of Isfahan in the January of 2000 and I was promised a good job in Germany by a contact of mine. When I arrived in Iraq, they got my money and there was no way back for me. I thought that I can stay for 6 months or a year until I can find a way to escape. Unfortunately, I was wrong. In 2002, my first request to leave the organization was rejected and I was severely beaten by 7 men. They threatened me to death and said that they would give me to Iraqis to keep me in Abu Ghraib prison for 7 years and …. I gave up my request and in 2003 when the US invaded Iraq I decided to pose my request again. Then, they send Mr. Mohammed Taqi Hekmati (one of my relatives) to visit me and he brought in family issues and I quit my request again. Every time I posed my request they entertained me with different excuses. Due to differences between me and them, they sent me to another camp where new recruits were brought in. There, I gave them my request again and threatened to escape. They sent me again to another camp. I spent a month there. Then I announced my decision again. There the first symptoms of illness appeared in me. At first, it was headache. Then it was extended to my bones and back. This was due to mental pressure on me. After a while my legs became completely numb. After two months, I asked them again to leave. This time they agreed and in the February of 2005 I was sent to the US camp. I was in the American camp for 20 days, then asked them to return me to Iran because situation was so difficult for me, regarding my physical situation. The US army didn’t try to treat me. Then, I returned to Iran with the second group of those who returned to the country. My message for the State Department is that they shouldn’t give in to MKO, since the people in this organization are deceived people. State Department should not get much close to this group. These are traitors. They sold their own country to Saddam, then they revealed Iran’s nuclear programs. State department should be careful not to be deceived by this group. I myself was in this group for 4 years. They did this to me. I’m now disabled. Massoud Rajavi is a big liar. When the war began he said: “ I would turn off the lights and everyone who wants to go is free to go.” The first ones who escaped were himself and his wife. To watch the film of interview, click <1>here<1> please. In order to read “MEK and Human Smuggling”, please click <2>here<2>.

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