There were also Iranians whose relatives were in the MKO and there were no information about them. They asked us for help and we provided needed directions
On July 29, a book show was held in Berlin by Falagh Association. This event was welcomed by the Iranians and German citizens. This even was held to protest the lack of communication for MKO defectors (held in a US camp in Iraq) with the outside world. A statement, in Persian and German, was released in this event. This protest attracted a lot of people who, after learning how 200 innocent people are being held in unacceptable conditions in Iraq, wanted to know how they could help these victims. In turn, explaining the current situation of Iraq and dangers posed to the MKO defectors in the US camp and the pressure put on them by the MKO, we offered them to visit the US embassy in Berlin personally or write letters to it, which was welcomed by the people. Many Iranians helped us by supporting this action and explaining the goals of this action for German citizens. There were also Iranians whose relatives were in the MKO and there were no information about them. They asked us for help and we provided needed directions. In this event, HRW's report (about violation of human rights by MKO in its camps) in German made it easy for the sponsors to reveal the real nature of Rajavi's cult. Although the time for us finished and we cleared the area of the tables and books, but there were still many people who wanted to know about the goals of our action. In the end, I appreciate the efforts of an Iranian woman who, voluntarily, prepared cold drink and brought it to the place of action.

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