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MKO remnants (under heavy pressure) issued a permission for the meeting and tried to use it to say that Ashraf residents are enjoying enough freedom. Meanwhile, remnants of the cult said that “family meetings” are “family bombs”, called the family as “the core of corruption” and, with this pretext that the families have links to Intelligence Ministry, forced some members to insult their parents
In an idiotic move, MKO’s stupid propaganda system said that the high number of families who come to Iraq with the assistance of Nejat Association to visit their loved ones [in Camp Ashraf] proves that there is democracy in the cult and that they (MKO) allows such meetings! MKO’s European spokesman (Mohammed Mohaddessin) is confused and talks nonsense because of the numerous potentials in 4th Geneva Convention against the MKO’s organizational suppression. After the coalition general commanding in Iraq announced that all residents of Camp Ashraf have the right to meet their families and to be in touch with them- and only after Irandidban revealed that MKO leaders have systematically deprived the members from their rights and that they try to isolate the members politically, emotionally, intellectually and theologically- MKO remnants (under heavy pressure) issued a permission for the meeting and tried to use it to say that Ashraf residents are enjoying enough freedom. Meanwhile, remnants of the cult said that “family meetings” are “family bombs”, called the family as “the core of corruption” and, with this pretext that the families have links to Intelligence Ministry, forced some members to insult their parents. All families are ready to testify that they have had no contact with their children for years and that MKO doesn’t allow them to be in touch with the exterior. So, we ask the coalition forces to eliminate mafia-like controls and limitations governing Camp Ashraf and prepare the grounds for intellectual freedom, free meetings, and free stream of information for the residents of this camp.

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