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the more hostages in Iraq, the happier MKO leaders are
Hostage-takers in Iraq are not armatures because Iraq is the land of hostage-takers. Those who think the course of hostage-taking started with the US invasion are totally wrong. I remember when Saddam had occupied Kuwait. All westerners were taken hostage in Baghdad streets in order to be used by Saddam as human shields against coalition forces. But fortunately, Baghdad's maniac retreated due to international pressure and free all hostages, most of whom children and women. But this is not the whole story. The story of brutal hostage-taking in Iraq and Rajavi's camps was one of the most brutal and ugliest hostage-taking cases in the history of Iraq. But it has never been revealed, since the hostages were all the members of Mojahedin-e Khalq organization who were captured by MKO in Iraq. Once, Iraqi hostages comprised of women and children of organization because they were the weakest link in the quarrel of Rajavi with his opponents. When Saddam supported Rajavi in these hostage-takings he was not thinking about Iranian people, although today, Maryam Rajavi claims that all these crimes were done in order to free Iranians from Mullahs. Isn't it crazy to claim that prison, torture and hostage-taking have been done in order to save Iranians? Were these crimes (which have been done by the assistance of Saddam Hussein) aimed at helping Iranians? The words of MKO leaders, especially Maryam, are really ridiculous. But she pretends that she doesn't understand. Of course, she has to do this. But she, and her husband, know that their former victims and hostages in Abu Ghraib and Fazilieh squeeze their throats to tell the truth. All freedom-seekers should know that each dead and each hostage is a new chance for MKO leader. They're happy with it when they hear the sounds of death explosions, or by seeing shattered bodies of innocent Iraqis, they become happy as they became happy when they saw former members in Abu Ghraib. Each explosion declines the risk of MKO's burial in Iraq. And each hostage creates a chance for it. MKO's leader in Iraq was the master of Saddam in hostage-taking and using hostages in order to advance their goals. The existence of hundreds of defectors in Abu Ghraib is undeniable document by which MKO leaders can be brought to the court.

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