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He says he was brainwashed by the MKO while he was under 18. he also says that the MKO sent very young people to the war and that he doesn't want to see others experiencing the same thing he did. He reveals that in all these years, MKO have been cooperating with Saddam Hussein.
Yasser Ezzati has addressed US military, in charge of protecting members of the Mojahedin-e khalq in Camp Ashraf. In a video message published by Iran-interlink website, Ezzati says that there are different kinds of people in MKO. He believes that beside good people, there are gay ones as well as bad one. He says to US army: "The thing that I want from you is to respect human rights and to separate these people in order not to stay with each other because they're not all the same and they don't have the same situation. Especially, at the time that I was in Camp Ashraf, I also spoke with the US military and I said that the only reason that I'm not coming in the US army place that they keep the people that they don't want to stay in Mojahedin, the only reason was that there are a lot of gay and bad people." He says he was brainwashed by the MKO while he was under 18. he also says that the MKO sent very young people to the war and that he doesn't want to see others experiencing the same thing he did. He reveals that in all these years, MKO have been cooperating with Saddam Hussein. Ezzati says the MKO didn't allow its forces to go to the city of Baghdad and elsewhere, because of the fear that the members may reveal the real face of this terrorist organization. He continues: "So, again, I ask the US army to respect the human rights and let the members go out of Camp Ashraf and do what they want. I am in Europe and I try to help those who don't want to stay in Camp Ashraf. I want to say to whole world that Mojahedin is not what it pretends."

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