Abdi talks about his bitter experiences in MKO affairs
Sahar Family Foundation,
January 18, 2011
Translated by Nejat Society
Mr. Ali Abdi succeeded to escape Rajavi’s Cult last week. He joined the families who are on strike at Ashraf gates. Sahar Family Foundation interviewed Mr. Abdi who was taken as a war prisoner by Iraqi forces in 1985 when he was a service-man of Iranian army. In 1988 he was recruited by MKO agent, Mehdi Abrishamchi. Since he was sick and tired of hard life in Iraqi prisons, he was deceived by MKO’s propaganda and entered Camp Ashraf.
Two years ago, Mr. Abdi had declared his defection to the group leaders and had insisted on his departure for the last ten months but the cult leaders had told him:
"Since families are at Ashraf gates now, your departure signifies a red line. You are not a Mujahed anymore and not a member of the organization but you have to be present in our relations and attend our gatherings. The situation is not appropriate now because of Iraqi election. If we send you out right now, your name will be used as a political trump against us."
Ali Abdi notified for SFF, "families’ presence at Ashraf gates has enormously impressed members but the group heads have completely blocked any runaway way."
He also clarified the true atmosphere in the cult of Rajavi;
"There is logic in MKO and that is the entire world is limited to Camp Ashraf which has been created by Massoud Rajavi. In fact, there is an outside reality that Ashraf captives should be let know."
He described the sever controlling system over the risk of members’ runaway from Camp Ashraf,
"Previously we had no patrolling post in our units, but nowadays ,there are 6 of the most loyal members who always patrol the units and a duty officer supervises them . The members have lost their entire confidence to the group and their minds face a lot of contradictions. They should report their contradictory thoughts every day so the leaders doubt every one and fear their escape. "
About the loudspeakers via which families try to encourage their children to visit them, he says,
"The sounds of loudspeakers have made the group leaders really nervous. They try hard to keep members away from loud speakers. If you seem to be listening to their voice, you will be punished."