Recent Human Rights Violation in the Mujahidin (4)

Once Javad attempted to escape from the Mojahedin's base, but after four days he was arrested. by the Iraqi police, and was accused of being an Iranian spy. He was imprisoned, and then after a few months he was returned to the Mojahedin's base.

Jamal Amiri, 30 years old, District Vice President, was involved with the Mojahedin for 14 years. He was on trial for 15 hours in the Mojahedin's base and was accused of:

1.) Avoiding participation in military operations.

2.) Conflicts between him and many of his Council's members and asking to leave Mojahedin.

3.) Avoiding attending the regular Organizational meetings of the Mojahedin.

Jamal was closely watched by three guards for 21 days before undergoing his unfair trial. Jamal's parents live in England; his father was a high ranking official in Iran's Oil Company at the time of the Shah. One of his brothers lives in Germany. He joined the Mojahedin in Germany, from where he went to Iraq.

Khalil Mehdi Nasab, 41 years old, Vice President of Military Staff Headquarters, was involved with the Mojahedin for 20 years. He was on trial for 16 hours and was accused of:

1.) Putting too much pressure on the Mojahedin's Councils to take him out of Iraq.

2.) Avoiding participation in military operations.

Khalil was a Support Commander of the Mojahedin. He was imprisoned after announcing and signing his disassociation from the Mojahedin.

Ardeshir Parhizkar, 30 years old, an active member of the Mojahedin with more than ten years' involvement. He was on trial for two days and was accused of:

- Holding opinions against the Mojahedin because of the promotion of unqualified members.

Ardeshir is physically disabled and is a wheelchair user, but he was still required to undergo his two days' trial.

Shahab Ekhtiyari, 38 years old, an active member of the Mojahedin with over ten years' involvement. He was unfairly tried and was accused of:

1.) Disobeying Organizational rules and regulations in the Mojahedin's bases.

2.) Avoiding participation in the Mojahedin's meetings.

3.) Gathering people and making them listen to foreign radio stations, an activity which is banned in the Mojahedin.

Shahab was from Kerend of Kermanshah in Iran, and is a Sunni Moslem. He was placed under guard so that he would not escape the military base of the Mojahedin in Iraq.

Javad Ajdar, 42 years old, Vice President of the Military Staff Headquarters, was involved with the Mojahedin for more than 20 years. He was on trial for two days and was accused of:

1.) Theft and robbery

2.) Planning to escape from the Mojahedin's base in Iraq and claim asylum in Iraq.

3.) Not accepting the marital status of the Mojahedin and the requirement to stay single.

Once Javad attempted to escape from the Mojahedin's base, but after four days he was arrested. by the Iraqi police, and was accused of being an Iranian spy. He was imprisoned, and then after a few months he was returned to the Mojahedin's base.

Recent Human Rights Violation in the Mujahidin (3)


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