We- as the people who have come out of the walls of this terrorist cult- stress that many of those still in Camp Ashraf have been kept against their will; they have been kept there by force. Malignant leaders of this organization have been able to keep these people and deprive them from thinking and choosing freely, due to the flexibility of Red Cross and the support of occupying forces. Therefore, we ask Iraqi government and people to shut down this organization in their country and not allow the leaders of the group to practice control over members; there are hundreds of people who, like us, can take advantage of the pardon of Islamic Republic and return to their families.
After a delegation of Iraqi tribes and lawyers visited the holy city of Mashhad and following a meeting between them and a number of former members, a statement was submitted to Iraqi lawyers that included former members' request from Iraqi people:
In the name of God
Dear lawyers and respected leaders of tribes in Diali province,
As you know, it's now more than 20 years since the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq settled in Iraq. All of Iraqis are aware that the settlement of this group in Iraq was ordered by Saddam Hussein in order to stoke the fire of war against neighboring countries, Iran in particular. One of the outcomes of the presence of MKO in Iraq was that the MKO became the obvious enemy of Iraqi opposition groups, Shiites and the Kurds; this group repeatedly suppressed Kurds and unfortunately in 1991, it was fully involved in putting down the uprising of Iraqis, particularly the Kurds. Crimes of this group comprise a black page of Iraq's history and Iraqis have experienced it with their flesh and blood.
After the ouster of Saddam Hussein, as the main supporter of MKO, leaders of MKO, with deception and having the support of occupiers, continued to stand against the will of Iraqis and Iraqi officials; they still use the country as a base for their terrorist activities against Iran and Iraq.
Honorable people of Iraq,
We- as the people who have come out of the walls of this terrorist cult- stress that many of those still in Camp Ashraf have been kept against their will; they have been kept there by force.
Malignant leaders of this organization have been able to keep these people and deprive them from thinking and choosing freely, due to the flexibility of Red Cross and the support of occupying forces.
Therefore, we ask Iraqi government and people to shut down this organization in their country and not allow the leaders of the group to practice control over members; there are hundreds of people who, like us, can take advantage of the pardon of Islamic Republic and return to their families.
Once again, we stress that the main obstacle for the returning of these people will exist until the leaders of the group exert pressure on members by taking advantage of international regulations and having the support of occupying forces.
1. Ibrahim Khodabandeh 2. Javad Hassanzadeh, 3. Iraj Salehi, 4. Kambiz Bagherzadeh, 5. Hadi Sha'bani, 6. Hussein Forghani, 7. Farzad Massouri, 8. Hojjat Ismaeli, 9. Karam Kheiri, 10. Ali Ekrami, 11. Mohammed Akbarin, 12. Mehran Karimdadi, 13. Gholamreza Behrouzi, 14. Ali Nakhaee, 15. Hadi Nagravi, 16. Jamal Amiri, 17. Nasser Ravayee, 18. Marzieh Ghorbani, 19. Abdullah Afghan, 20. Alireza Batmanghlich, 21. Davood Baghervand Arshad, 22. Saeed Bagheri Darbandi, 23. Ali Ashrafi Amin, 24. Hussein Ali Aslani, 25. Hussein Afshar Vangini, 26. Mohammed Saleh Afzal Zehi, 27. Zahed Afzal Zehi, 28. Mohsen Abu Fazeli, 29. Ardeshir Eghbali, 30. Jalal Eghdami, 31. Akbar Akbarzadeh, 32. Mohammed Akbari Aghdam, 33. Shahram Alke, 34. Issac Almasipour, 35. Arash Almasizadeh, 36. Reza Almasizadeh, 37. Habibullah Almasi, 38. Seyed Karim Emami, 39. Ali Amani, 40.Gholamhussein Omidi, 41. Abbas Amiri Tabalvandani, 34. Assadullah Amiri, 43. Salim Amiri, 44. Ali Akbar Amin Abbasi, 45. Mehdi Amini, 46. Saeed Amini, 47. Asghar Amini, 48. Majid Amini, 49. Akbar Anisi, 50. Massoud Oladi, 51. Jalal Iranpanah, 52. Heshmat Iranpanah, 53. Abidallah Iranpanah, 54. Abduljalil Irannejad, 55. Nour Ahmad Irannejad, 56. Hussein Izadi, 57. Arash Imani, 58. Amir Hamzeh Irannejad, 59. Reza Izanlou, 60. Valid Abadian, 61. Abdulreza Azarmehr, 62. Khaled Aramesh, 63. Farhad Arash, 64. Shahab Arianejad, 65. Kakajan Azad, 66. Edalat Azadi, 67. Ruhollah Asial, 68. Abduljalil Aghal, 69. Ja'far Aftabi, 70. Afshar Aftabi, 71. Parviz Agharokh, 72. Ismael Aghapour, 73. Majid Alboujenam, 74. Jalil Alboghbeish, 75. Valiollah Ibrahimzadeh, 76. Zahir Badpa, 77. Aghil Barani, 78. Mohamed Sadegh Baroutian, 79. Ashraf Bazsepidpar, 80. Shahriar Ismaeli, 81. Teimour Ismaeli, 82. Ali Eshtiaghi, 83. Abdulmajid Bameri, 84. Mahmoud Bahozei, 85. Alireza Bahri, 86. Omid Bakhtiarpour, 87. Abdulraouf Bakhtiari, 88. Ali Baratlou, 89. Ghorbanali Baradaran, 90. Amir Abbas Borazjani, 91. Ruhollah Borhani, 92. Hamidreza Barhoud, 93. Foad Basari, 94. Ali Beglari, 95. Nasser Balouch Zehi, 96. Mohammed Bakhsh Balouchi, 97. Isa Balouchi, 98. Hamid Balouchi, 99. Nader Banifarhan, 100. Mohammed Akram Abrkar, 101. Massoud Beheshti, 102. Ebadallah Biabangard, 103.Mohammed Parsa, 104. Yousof Parsapour, 105. Vahid Pashanejad, 106. Asad Paak, 107. Farhad Pakar, 108. Hussein Pakdel, 109. Saeed Pakdel, 110. Ali Akbar Porzoor, 111. Mohammed Akbar Paraki, 112. Mohammed Nourparaki, 113. Fathollah Eskandari, 114. Amir Parvizi, 115. Mohammed Ali Yasrzadeh Attar, 116. Mehdi Pashmdar Fard, 117. Esfandyar Panahi, 118. Jamshid Pourjam, 119. Kazem Pourkhafajian, 120. Mojtaba Pourrahim, 121. Hassan Pourzare', 122. Mehdi Pourghasem Gargari, 123. Farhad Pourmeshki, 124. Mohammed Pirtajan, 125. Mohammed Reza Pirnazari, 126. Mohsen Torabi, 127. Abbas Torkashvand, 128. Iman Torkali Asgari, 129. Jamshid Taghipour, 130. Massoud Taghipourian, 131. Ismael Taghizadeh Honarvand, 132. Mansour Tanhayee, 133. Mahmoud Ismaeli, 134. Elias Tir, 135. Mohammed Teimouri, 136. Abbas Sabet Manesh, 137. Alireza Samrani, 138. Nadali Janbazian, 139. Morteza Jafarzadeh, 140. Afshin Jafarzadeh, 141. Jahangir Jafarzadeh, 142. Amir Jafari, 143. Yousof Jafari, 144. Abbas Jafari, 145. Ghassem Jafari Varjoushani, 146. Mohamed Hussein Jalali Koushki, 147. Taleb Jalilian, 148. Bidollah Jahani, 149. Massoud Javanbakht, 150. Jalaloddin Eskandari, 151. Mohammed Mehid Javaherian, 152. Hamid Jokar, 153. Dariush Chatr Abgun, 154. Mehdi Chegini, 155. Hamid Reza Chamani, 156. Eivaz Haj Mohammedi, 157. Ali Haji Amani, 158. Yousof Haji Mohamedi, 159. Yabr Hazbavi, 160. Asghar Hassan, 161. Ibrahim Hassan Zehi, 162. Mojtaba Hassanvand, 163. Shahram Hassani, 164. Hammid Husseinpour, 165. Ahmad Husseinzadeh, 166. Mohammed Rahim Husseinzehi, 167. Mollabakhsh Hassanzehi, 168. Seyem Mahmoud Husseini, 169. Ja'far Husseini, 170. Namdar Husseini, 171. Manouchehr Husseini, 172. Seyed Taha Husseini, 173. Vahid Husseinvandi, 174. Sajjad Haghighi, 175. Ghassem Hamdani, 176. Rayed Hamidi, 177. Davod Heidari, 178. Sadegh Heidari, 179. Ezzatollah Heidari, 180. Mehdi Heidari Shalamzari, 181. Ghorban Heidarnia, 182. Akbar Khebareh, 183. Abbas Khodabandehlou, 184. Abdulsamad Khodeir, 185. Karim Khorasani, 186. Samad Khosravi, 187. Adel Khalkhal Zar, 188. Mohammed Khansari, 189. Farhad Khayati, 190. Ali Asghar Kheirandish, 191. Ramin Daremi, 192. Abdulkhaleq Darkhan Zehi, 193. Jalil Derakhsh, 194. Ardeshir Darvishi, 195. Fariborz Derikband, 196. Arshad Dashti, 197. Ronak Dashti, 198. Shirkhoda Dashti, 199. Shahjan Delavar Zehi, 200. Ahmad Dahani, 201. Darmohammed Dahani, 202. Hamid Dehdar Husseini, 203. Behrouz Dehestani, 204. Shahram Dehghan, 205. Ali Dehghan, 206. Lalmohammed Dorzadeh, 207. Akbar Dolatnejad, 208. Amir Hoshang Zakeri, 209. Ismael Zolfaghari, 210. Mahmoud Zolfaghari, 211. Hashem Zolnourian, 212. Hamid Reza Zolghadr, 213. Yousof Ra'eesi, 214. Afshin Radmard, 215. Asghar Rabi'ee, 216. Ataollah Rajabi, 217. Mehdi Rajabi, 218. Mostafa Rajabi, 219. Mehdi Rahimzadegan, 220. Ja'far Rahimi, 221. Toraj Rokhzadi, 222. Mostafa Razmi, 223. Mehdi Razmi, 224. Hamid Rastegari, 225. Iraj Rastegari, 226. Mehran Rastegar Fard, 227. Bahman Rostami, 228. Ahad Rasoulpour, 229. Alahverdi Rasoolzadeh, 230. Mohsen Rasoolizadeh, 231. Ismael Rashidi, 232. Bijan Rezavandi, 233. Ali Rezazadeh Asl, 234. Borzoo Rezayee, 235. Seyed Ali Razavi, 236. Suleiman Rah Anjam, 237. Sirus Rohani, 238. Behnam Roozbehi, 239. Mohammed Ali Roshani, 240. Malek Mohammed Roshani, 241. Liaghat Roshani, 242. Farogh Roshani, 243. Shahed Roshani, 244. Abdulhadi Romiipour, 245. Hassan Rooyan, 246. Mohammed Ali Riahi, 247. Anoushirvan Riahi, 248. Hassan Rigi, 249. Taj Mohammed Zaregol Cheshmeh, 250. Shahmorad Zarei, 251. Hassan Zarjini, 252. Hussein Gharayagh Zandi, 253. Ibrahim Zangizadeh, 254. Fardin Saray, 255. Ahmad Sasani Rad, 256. Amir Saveh Darbandari, 257. Mohsen Assadi, 258. Jamshid Sabzi, 259. Abdulghafoor Sepahi, 260. Shahb Sotvan, 261. Mansour Sotoode Shatan, 262. Karim Sejoudi, 263. Hamid Sakhaparvar, 264. Meisam Sakhayee, 265. Ali Sarkhian, 266. Abdulmalek Saryayee, 267. Ramezanali Saeedi, 268. Gholamreza Sagvand, 269. Behrooz Soltani, 270. Jalal Salmani, 271. Heidar Abolhassani, 272. Arkan Ahmadi, 273. Hamid Ahmadi, 274. Ali Ahmadi, 275. Hassan Akhlaghi, 276. Javad Akhavan, 277. Einollah Arvan, 278. Alireza Spandarfard, 279. Benyamin Espandani, 280. Gholamreza Issacnia, 281. Aziz Assadi, 282. Gholamreza Mosavi, 283. Gholamhussein Sadeghi, 284. Mahmoud Reza Taghavi
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