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Then Saeed Naghash and Farid Mahoutchi came and said that I had to join them otherwise they would kill me and bury me in the cemetery. They said that they would bury me beside the “martyrs” and take advantage of my name! I never forget this.
I’m Mohammed Iraqi from the city of Shahin Dezh. In the spring of 2002 I was working in Chabahar City when I became familiar with a MKO supporter called Abdulmajed. He told me that he would take me to Emirates where there’s good job with good money. I had not a good financial situation at that time so I went to Pakistan with him. In Pakistan they started talking about Mojahedin-e Khalq. I was shocked. I had gone to work, I had wife, kids… I was afraid they may introduce me as a Mojahed to the government so I had no way but to accept to join them. I thought that I could go there for 5 or 6 months and then I can leave them. But when I joined them they kept me until the invasion of the US. After the US invasion in left them and went to the US camp and then I returned to Iran. In MKO camp, I had many problems with them since I was not familiar with their ideology. They nearly killed me for 8 months… “don’t speak! You have contradictions! Don’t talk with your friend! And ….”. Once a group of people, including Saeed Naghash and Rahman and Nourali came to a room and beat me severely. They were going to kill me. They asked me to join them with my heart and my soul. The people who return are all aware of the beating. You can ask them. We were two in a room. They beat us severely so that we couldn’t stand on our feet to wash our faces. Then Saeed Naghash and Farid Mahoutchi came and said that I had to join them otherwise they would kill me and bury me in the cemetery. They said that they would bury me beside the “martyrs” and take advantage of my name! I never forget this. They said that I should write that I am an infiltrator. Then I had to stay 2 years in Exit Section, and 8 years in Abu Ghraib. I accepted this but they refused to let me go. To watch the film of interview, please click <1>here<1>. To read MEK and Human Smuggling, please click <2>here<2>.

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