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MKO had established prisons as soon as it entered Iraq by the order of Massoud and, of course, Maryam Rajavi; it later expanded these prisons and used them to torture dissidents and defectors, mentally and physically
Awaa Association has reported that Rajavi has deposed Mojgan Parsai from her post because she had transferred some organizational [information] to the Americans and also had sought asylum from them. It's been reported that she has been imprisoned and she is now in danger. Apart from the humanitarian aspect of this issue, it is now clear for everyone that the MKO had established prisons as soon as it entered Iraq by the order of Massoud and, of course, Maryam Rajavi; it later expanded these prisons and used them to torture dissidents and defectors, mentally and physically. At that time, many of MKO's officials tried to get to higher ranks and, by this, promote their personality. There's no doubt that Mojgan Parsai has not been an exception. Parsai, who has been able to get to the highest rank in the MKO-namely, acting commander in chief (let alone the slyness and deviousness behind such acts) has certainly been involved directly in many of Rajavi's illegal acts, as well as in direct or indirect torture of other members. So, people like Mojgan Parsai should have taken a lesson from the situation of former members but they didn't. Current members should also get a lesson from Parsai's case, otherwise they should accept the consequences, which may be tougher than this, although I believe that the only one to blame for all this (mess and organizational deviation) is no one except Massoud Rajavi. Therefore, the path is open for the return of all members, including Mojgan Parsai.

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