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As a person who has been tortured in the prisons of Mojahedin-e Khalq and prisons of Iraqi Baathists, I express hope that other figures of NCRI and MKO, who had a role in deviating MKO and encouraged Rajavi in his way, follow Mr. Bassam and Mr. Khodabandeh and don’t insist anymore on the vicious circle of MKO’s leadership
Since, like other friends, I had been in MKO’s prisons for a long time and also in Iraqi prisons for 4 years, I welcome the presence of Mr. Khodabandeh and Mr. Bassam (former members of NCRI) in the court of Saddam and Rajavi. Because it is the first time I hear that two high ranking members of the NCRI and MKO are bravely announcing that they would appear in the courts of these two dictators (Saddam and Rajavi) and that they’re ready to testify as live witnesses. It seems that these two honored and deceived men are determined to reveal the crimes and betrayals of these two dictators and are going to present their information to the judges. The presence of these two former officials of NCRI and MKO has important aspects which we will discuss later. The history has proven that no crime would remain unpunished but the aspects of the crimes will be heard with more details. I can remember that when Iraqi agents tortured MKO dissident in Abu Ghraib and other prisons by brutal methods of Middle Ages, they (prisoners) lived for the only hope that there may be a day when they could see the trial of the criminals. There’s no doubt that today’s modern world can’t bear the crime and criminals and it can’t let them live freely. As a person who has been tortured in the prisons of Mojahedin-e Khalq and prisons of Iraqi Baathists, I express hope that other figures of NCRI and MKO, who had a role in deviating MKO and encouraged Rajavi in his way, follow Mr. Bassam and Mr. Khodabandeh and don’t insist anymore on the vicious circle of MKO’s leadership. Today, after the fall of Saddam and revelations of valid documents on crimes and criminals, no one can pretend that he doesn’t understand, but everyone should be accountable for his acts. We hope that our world become free of any kind of crime and terror and become full of peace and security for citizens. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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