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Discovery and seizure of telecom devices in food convoy entering Camp Ashraf
Support for the MEK Hurts US credibility
Last ‘non-MEK’ members of the NCRI resign
UN Envoy Angry at MKO's Lack of Cooperation
Iran-Interlink Weekly Digest- 6
Letter of Sahar Family Foundation to Martin Kobler
Thirty MEK Camp Hurriya Residents Depart Iraq for Relocation to Albania
Nejat Society is trying its best to expand the latest issues relating MKO victims(our ex-comrades captured behind the bars of Rajavi’s Cult); analyzing the political ,social and logistical atmosphere around MKO members. Nejat launches a large campaign of analysts and writers who are concerned about the case of Rajavi’s Cult captives.
Fear of Election in the MKO
Why such a reaction to defection of two NCR members?
Los Angeles Times
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U.S. plans to move Iranian exile group out of Iraq hit snag
The hypocrisy of American bluster toward Iran
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Woman brainwashed into staying at guerrilla camp
Children of 'the resistance'
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UN: 14 Iranian Exiles Moved From Iraq To Albania
Albania offer for asylum to MKO rejected
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MEK to lobby the US Congress directly
An Iranian mystery: Just who are the MEK?
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Far from Iran election, former guerrillas lobby Washington
Germany to exercise caution before accepting Mojahedin
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Obama's terrorist-list blunder
US grows a tree of tension with Iran
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Iranian exiles pay US figures as advocates
US officials holding talks with Izzat al-Douri, the former Ba’athist senior official!?
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Q&A: what is the MEK and why did the US call it a terrorist organisation?
Iran condemns US for 'double standards' over MEK terror de-listing
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US openly supports proscribed terrorist groups while accusing Iran
Tanter, A Mediator Between MKO and Israel
Back in the early 1980s, Anne Singleton was a rebel with a romantic streak, entranced by the selflessness, as she saw it, of a group of Iranians who were trying to bring democracy and a secular government to their country. The People's Mujahideen, as they were known, had helped to overthrow the Shah but had been rejected by Ayatollah Khomeini and his followers and were allowed to seek refuge in Irag by Saddam Hussein. Anne met some of their members through a boyfriend in the north of England where she lived, and eventually joined them. Only later did she realise their true nature and she spent the next three years trying to escape their clutches. She is now trying to help other members who want to escape.
Silencing the victims of MKO to promote Rajavi's phoney feminism
Investigate the MEK and its critics
Massoud Khodabandeh is a former member of the Mojahedin-e-Khalq, and mainly served in the organization's intelligence/security department. Khodabandeh left the Mojahedin in 1996 and currently lives in the north of England, where he works as a security consultant and runs his website iran-interlink to disclose MKO. He is also a member of Centre de Recherché sur Terrorism.
Spectacle glorifying the 31st anniversary of armed struggle
Secretary Clinton trapped by a false dichotomy
Ebrahim Khodabande is a former political activist of MKO in England,in April 2003, Jamil Bassam and Ebrahim Khodabande went to Syria to accomplish a mission for the organisation which resulted to their detention there. In June 2003, they were transferred from Syria to Iran and directly to Evin prison. Ebrahim says:”There I suddenly faced some realities which, to be honest, I first tried to deny, since they were absolutely contrary to my indoctrinated beliefs.”
Rajavi: from anti-Imperialism struggle to hanging onto America’s apron strings
Whoops! What a big gaffe in the US report!
Paul shedon Foote
Paul Sheldon Foote is a professor at California State University, Fullerton Department of Accounting . He criticizes the mko communists’ influence inside American government, especially neoconservatives (according to him neo-Trotskyites).
Secrets of the Tea Party
John "Juan" Ricardo I. Cole (born October 1952 in Albuquerque, New Mexico) is an American professor of modern Middle Eastern and South Asian history at the University of Michigan. As a commentator on Middle Eastern affairs, he has appeared in print and on television, and testified before the United States Senate. He has published several peer-reviewed books on the modern Middle East and is a translator of both Arabic and Persian. Since 2002, he has written a weblog, Informed Comment
NDAA Provisions attacking Freedom of Speech Struck Down
US Pentagon Trained Iranian terrorists in Nevada
Scott Peterson is the Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor who has written several stories about the Iranian opposition group in exile, the Mujahideen-e Khalq (the MKO or MEK). He was a Middle East correspondent for the Daily Telegraph but as of 2000 was a staff writer and Moscow bureau chief for the Christian Science Monitor. His book, Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda is an account of his experiences and observations during a decade of reporting from Sub-Saharan Africa. He is also one of only a few journalists to report in depth on the subject of depleted uranium contamination in Ir aq.]
Iran sees less threat in exiled MKO militants
Why the US granted 'protected' status to Iranian terrorists
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