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One of the former member of MEK (Mujahideen-e Khlaq), Tuesday among a number of Iraqi tribes, asked for the savior and
One of the former member of MEK (Mujahideen-e Khlaq), Tuesday among a number of Iraqi tribes, asked for the savior and freedom of his friends who are now detained by the leaders of this terrorist organization. Rafat Yazdan Parast, in this meeting which was held in Sheriton Hotel in Baghdad under the title of "Saddam + Mojahedin equals massacre and terror", added: most of the members of this group have been kept in the group unwillingly and only by the force of the leaders. He, as the official of Nejat association in Isfahan, asked the world community to try its utmost to save and free these MKO members and said: "Most of the members have been deceived by the leaders of the terrorist organization and have been captured there." Iran's Nejat Association is an independent Iranian formation which acts in the humanitarian fields and since most of its members are former members of MKO, they say freeing their friends from the group is one of their major goals. He stressed: "now, many of MKO members in Ashraf Camp in Iraq, want to return to their country Iran, but the frightening situation made by the leaders of the group doesn't let them decide freely or to express their ideas freely. Eight repentant members of MKO, who had separated from the group last year and had returned to Iran, are now trying to meet IGC officials in Iraq and try to save their friends and free them from the terrorist MKO> Last month, some of Iranian families whose relatives are members of MEK, went to Camp Ashraf in Baghdad and asked for meeting with their relatives. With the families insisting on their request, meeting was done under tight security measures and few seconds of meeting was enough for the deceived members to break the frightening and choking situation and ask for returning to Iran. The leaders of the group banned them from returning and that's why 144 of them separated from the group. The ones who gathered Tuesday among Iraqi tribes asked Iraqis to help them in achieving their goal, which is freeing their friends from terrorist organization of MKO

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