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Iran: Politics, Persian Gulf Security, and U.S. Policy (Congressional Research Service) Mujahedin Khalq Organization

Iran: Politics, Persian Gulf Security, and U.S. Policy (Congressional Research Service)

On September 28, 2012, maintaining there had not been confirmed acts of PMOI terrorism for more than a decade and that it had cooperated on the Camp Ashraf issue (below), the group was removed from the FTO list as well as from the designation as a terrorism supporter under Executive Order 13224. However, State Department officials, in a background briefing that day, said “We do not see the [PMOI] as a viable or democratic opposition …

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MKO & KGB Deals Mujahedin Khalq Organization

MKO & KGB Deals

According to the archives of the Soviet State microfilm collection, the MKO aka MEK/PMOI leader hadn’t found Saddam Hussein’s support sufficient so he sought support from Russian Committee for State Security (KGB): ..Resolution of the TsK KPSS Secretariat approving a response to a letter from M. Rajavi, leader of the Mujahedin

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MKO Served Moscow during the Cold War Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

MKO Served Moscow during the Cold War

MEK is led by the husband-and-wife team of Massoud Rajavi and Maryam Rajavi. Massoud Rajavi heads the organization’s military forces. Experts say that MEK has increasingly come to resemble a personality cult that is devoted to Mr. Rajavi’s secular interpretation of the Koran and is prone to sudden, dramatic ideological shifts.

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Mujahedin-e Khalq in the new List of Terrorist Organizations USA

Mujahedin-e Khalq in the new List of Terrorist Organizations

It is unlawful for a person in the United States or subject to the jurisdiction of the United States to knowingly provide "material support or resources" to a designated FTO... Representatives and members of a designated FTO, if they are aliens, are inadmissible to and, in certain circumstances, removable from the United States .. Any U.S. financial institution that becomes aware that it has possession of or control over funds in which ..

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Controversial west advocacy for Camp Ashraf Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Controversial west advocacy for Camp Ashraf

.. Although the Ashraf issue is separate from the issue of MEK’s status as a terrorist organization, MEK’s backers in the West have often used the conditions at the camp to garner sympathy for the group’s broader agenda in Washington and to argue that its continued listing as a terrorist group is the cause of its mistreatment... MEK’s [MKO/PMOI] current lobbying efforts were foreshadowed in a 1994 report by the U.S. State Department, which ...

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WikiLeaks Releases involving Mojahedin Khalq Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror group

WikiLeaks Releases involving Mojahedin Khalq

“A defector from Camp Ashraf, home to the Mujahedin e-Khalq (MeK) in Iraq, says the group's leadership at Camp Ashraf is prepared to order residents to kill themselves to protest any arrests of Ashraf residents”“They claim to have turned over all their arms to U.S. forces in 2003, and their camp 60 miles from Baghdad looks more like a relatively affluent Iraqi village than a military garrison. However, until the end of 2008, residents wore military-style uniforms and flew pre-revolution Iranian flags..

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U.S. FTO List published August 2011 includes MKO Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror group

U.S. FTO List published August 2011 includes MKO

... MUJAHADIN-E KHALQ ORGANIZATION. aka MEK; MKO; Mujahadin-e Khalq; Muslim Iranian Students’ Society; National Council of Resistance; NCR; Organization of the People’s Holy Warriors of Iran; the National Liberation Army of Iran; NLA; People’s Mujahadin Organization of Iran; PMOI; National Council of Resistance of Iran; NCRI; Sazeman-e Mujahadin-e Khalq-e Iran. Description: The Mujahadin-E Khalq Organization (MEK) was originally designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization on October 8, 1997..

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Investigate the case of lobbyists for MEK terror group in Washington USA

Investigate the case of lobbyists for MEK terror group in Washington

MEK has spent millions of dollars on lobbyists, PR agents an communications firms to build up pressure on Secretary Hillary Clinton to take the group off the terrorist list. In Horder, the Department of Justice, under both your direction and that of Attorney General Mukasey, argued that it was felony to file an amicus brief on behalf of a foreign terrorist organization, or to engage in public advocacy on behalf of such an organization, unless that advocacy was totally"independent" of the organization. How do you reconcile those arguments with the total absence of attention paid to lobbying activities in support of the MEK?

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France step nearer to putting MKO back on EU list France

France step nearer to putting MKO back on EU list

... the Advocate General, nevertheless, does not find France’s position unreasonable. In strict accordance with the General Court’s Rules of Procedure it was not possible for that Court to offer the Council any assurance that the confidential information would not, at some point, have to be communicated to PMOI. As a result Advocate General Sharpston suggests that changes be made to the Rules of Procedure and principles be outlined so as to allow the use of such confidential information where necessary to combat terrorism whilst simultaneously ensuring respect of the rights of defence and the right to effective judicial protection ...

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Mujahedin-E Khalq criminal investigation by FBI USA

Mujahedin-E Khalq criminal investigation by FBI

A recently disclosed FBI report from 2004 reveals Mojahedin Khalq (MKO, MEK, Rajavi cult) continued to plan terrorist acts years after they claimed to renounce terrorism. The State Department has documented the MEK's disturbing record: killing Americans and Iranians in terrorist attacks; fighting for Saddam Hussein against Iran and assisting Saddam's brutal campaign against Iraq's Kurds and Shia; its "cult-like" behavior; the abuses and even torture it commits against its own members; and its support for the U.S. embassy takeover and calls for executing the hostages ..

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