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The basic question about the way of treating POWs in MKO is that "if, according to the MKO's Gestapo, there has been equal treatment, why none of them has been announced as the member of NCRI?why no one of them has activities in Europe?
"I'm Mohammed Hussein Omidi and I was in MKO and NLA for 16 years. I joined the MKO from war prisoners camp (Salah Al-din) in 1987. After a while, in a public meeting it was announced by Brother Massoud and then by Red Cross that I was free and that I cold choose my way; like other brothers, I chose the struggle. During this time, there has been no difference between us or those who joined the NLA from MKO's own camp and if there was, it was remission from higher-ups." The above confirmation is an example of new methods of Gestapo in Camp Ashraf against the revelations of former POW members of MKO who had disclosed discriminating behavior towards them. Similar confirmations have been received from 10 other remaining POWs in Camp Ashraf, which have been published in MKO websites. Of course, the Gestapo at camp Ashraf has not been able to deceive 340 other POWs. Even if it does, there would be no damage to the credibility of revelations and the MKO won't be able to justify its inhumane behavior towards them. The basic question about the way of treating POWs in MKO is that "if, according to the MKO's Gestapo, there has been equal treatment, why none of them has been announced as the member of NCRI?" Why no one of them has activities in Europe? Why no one of them has been appointed as spokesperson or representative of the MKO? Why none of them has been appointed as the chief or deputy? And why the organization has always been ready to encounter the POWs? Isn't 16 or even 19 years enough for becoming the chief of a section? Even those POWs who sing and take part in singing groups have no place in MKO's TV programs and are always treated with discrimination, WHY?

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