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those who don't dare are of different groups. One group includes those who are afraid of Mojahedin. One covers those who can't live here in Europe without Mojahedin. I mean they still don't have independence. These people lived in Iran, went to Iraq and they now fear from living alone in the west. These are the ones who participate in MKO's concerts, demonstrations; they feel lonely without Mojahedin. They flee from freedom and don't understand the freedom they now achieve, otherwise they hate Mojahedin and vice versa. But they cooperate
Mitra Yusefi: of course, the number of participants could have been more than this. MKO defectors, according to themselves, constitute a large number but they don't dare to come. Why don't they dare to come? Mitra Yusefi: those who don't dare are of different groups. One group includes those who are afraid of Mojahedin. One covers those who can't live here in Europe without Mojahedin. I mean they still don't have independence. These people lived in Iran, went to Iraq and they now fear from living alone in the west. These are the ones who participate in MKO's concerts, demonstrations; they feel lonely without Mojahedin. They flee from freedom and don't understand the freedom they now achieve, otherwise they hate Mojahedin and vice versa. But they cooperate. There are also a number who have been hit by politics. I mean their experience in the MKO prevents them from doing anything else. You think Americans cooperate with the MKO? Mitra Yusefi: their cadres have a bad view of Mojahedin and consider it as a terrorist organization. Mojahedin take high-ranking ones into Ashraf camp, celebrate, take them to the cemetery and try to work on the brains of US officers. Do you believe such demonstrations can help the savior of members from Iraq? Mitra Yusefi: it should have effects. There are families here, interested in the fate of their children; do you offer them to participate in such moves? Mitra Yusefi: sure. This is the least I can do. I don't see here some people I know and it surprises me. I don’t know the reason for their absence.

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