The Gestapo of Camp Ashraf claims that revelations on organizational relations are not considered as "allegations" but as "strengths" of MKO!
In response to revelations by defectors on the terrible conditions of members remaining in Camp Ashraf, MKO's Gestapo revealed the nature of ideological revolution in an article published in its websites under the name of "Khalil Vadoud. The Gestapo of Camp Ashraf claims that revelations on organizational relations are not considered as "allegations" but as "strengths" of MKO! To defend inhuman ideology of Rajavi and justify improper behavior towards the families who have been able to join the Camp, Vadoud says: "In total desperation, they target the most valuable and influential weapons, namely ideological revolution, in order to be able to disorder the will of Mojahedin…to intimidate and threaten the families [of MKO members in Ashraf] to press their loved ones in MKO in order to achieve their evil goals, one of them wrote that "there have been rare cases of families joining their loved ones in Camp Ashraf and, in fact, when facing their relatives, they react neutrally…". They should be told that our organization and our revolution is the most influential weapon against the mullahs, and it will topple this regime." So the author clarifies that: 1. MKO introduces all families, going to Ashraf to meet their children, as the agents of the Iranian regime. 2. MKO has prevented members from having a warm and intimate meeting with their families. 3. The group believes that the improper behavior towards the families- like separating children from families, forced divorces and …- is a weapon against the Iranian regime!

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