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The MKO wanted to disrupt the order of the conference as usual but failed due to the vigilance of those who held the conference. The MKO, which had failed to find the name of Mr. Abbaslou and his location, released a statement claiming that "We know this person but we don't want to name him"! However, after the conference was held and news agencies reported that, MKO released another statement, this time using Mr. Abbaslou's name, and claimed that "he was only 5 months in NLA and after that he left US camp for Iran".
A press conference sponsored by Association of Protecting the Victims of MKO's terrorist activities was held on Friday in Paris and was joined by reporters, media representatives, Iranian and French political figures and a number of former MKO members. In the event, Mr. Mohsen Abbaslou detailed the human rights abuses in the Mojahedin-e Khalq organization, particularly after the fall of Saddam; he presented photos and documents which appeared to be interesting for the participants. Bulgaria's official news agency, Radio Bulgaria and the Persian service of BBC Radio reflected the conference in details. The MKO wanted to disrupt the order of the conference as usual but failed due to the vigilance of those who held the conference. The MKO, which had failed to find the name of Mr. Abbaslou and his location, released a statement claiming that "We know this person but we don't want to name him"! However, after the conference was held and news agencies reported that, MKO released another statement, this time using Mr. Abbaslou's name, and claimed that "he was only 5 months in NLA and after that he left US camp for Iran". This is untrue. Mr. Abbaslou was two years in Camp Ashraf and after American took control of Ashraf they booked the names of all members. The documents are available showing his presence in Camp Ashraf until he left it. On the MKO's claim that Mr. Abbalou went to Iran, it should be noted that fortunately Mr. Abbaslou's name has been registered by police and International Red Cross in all of the countries on his way from Iraq to France. The undeniable documents are available. The MKO is spreading lies and rumors because of the success of the conference and that it couldn't find the time to forge documents and present them by the name of Mr. Abbaslou. Full text of Mr. Abbaslou's speech, the photos of victims [of Mojahedin's violation of human rights] and the names of torturers will be published on Irane Ayandeh website in the near future.

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