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Once I heard something very meaningful. “I prefer the hell of awareness to the paradise of unaware ness”. This was the sentence. Now I say that I chose the hell of awareness and you and your sisters in leadership council made a hell for me. But, why?
I was in temporary transit facility run by Americans for a year and three months; although they were foreigners, they were Americans, they had the record of Abu Ghraib prison, I don’t want to exaggerate about them but I want to say that they were human beings. They were different from Massoud Rajavi; they behaved humanely but Masoud didn’t. They did their best to solve my problems. I have returned to Iran without any problems and now I want to join my family. But I don’t know what I’m going to say to my family. Why the MKO treated me this way? Why? Because I asked them why X died by stroke or because I asked them why they had taken Hamid Kuti to Abu Ghraib prison!? For these reasons? Is this freedom? Should they treat you this way if you ask them why someone has been killed or has disappeared? Once I heard something very meaningful. “I prefer the hell of awareness to the paradise of unaware ness”. This was the sentence. Now I say that I chose the hell of awareness and you and your sisters in leadership council made a hell for me. But, why? Where do you want to go? I was in Forough Operation, in Chelcheraq as well. I had no problems with you and the organization. You know this well. Why did it take me to this point? You should answer… brutality of public meetings and not answering the questions in the organization took it to the current point. You even threatened me that you will later revenge on me. There’s no problem. Do whatever you want. Are you upset that you forced me to swallow a cyanic capsule and punched me but I didn’t die? Do it again but finally you’ll be held accountable. There are rules governing the world and you’re wrong if you think you won’t have to answer. I don’t mean legal courts, I want to say that in the end people understand [what you did]. To watch the film of interview on Habilian.com, please click <1>here<1>.

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