Riots Break Out at MKO Camp in Iraq

TEHRAN (FNA)- Reports coming out from the main training camp of the anti-Iran terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization in northern Iraq said that a large number of MKO’s deprecating members started riots and angry protests to end their forced presence in Camp Ashraf.

According to a report by the Habilian Association, an Iran-based human rights group, the MKO leaders have increased their pressures and control over the members of the terrorist group to prevent possible defection and escape by unsatisfied members.

Reports also said that all exit and entry doors have been locked and none of the members, even those suffering from acute disease and illness, is allowed to leave the camp – about 60km (37 miles) north of Baghdad.

MKO ringleaders have ordered the camp guards to stage snap inspections of the group’s members and their personal belongings under the pretext of finding the lost weapons.

Such behaviors have sparked discontent among a number of MKO members and made them escape the camp and return to their anguished families during the last 3 months.


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