Crime of Material Support for MEK Terrorists

And the Winner of the ‘War On Terror’ Financed Dream Home 2014 Giveaway Is… Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

And the Winner of the ‘War On Terror’ Financed Dream Home 2014 Giveaway Is…

Well, Freeh is one of many former U.S. officials who got paid big speaking fees (reportedly up to $50,000 a pop) by a creepy Iranian group called the People’s Mujahedin, also known as Mojahedin-e-Khalq, or MEK, to successfully advocate for its removal from the State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations …

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Our (New) Terrorists the MEK: Have We Seen This Movie Before? Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Our (New) Terrorists the MEK: Have We Seen This Movie Before?

consider how unbelievable and in-congruent for the MEK to have such a powerful lobby that it can reach its tentacles into U.S. political “leadership” like this, spending millions of dollars in exchange for political endorsements and yet be portrayed at the very same time, as the Post and other media does, as a poor group of refugees trapped in Iraq enemy territory in need of humanitarian intervention. Where would this refugee group which (for 15 years) has been designated a “foreign terrorist organization” get the millions it paid to U.S. officials ..

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Terrorists No More: MEK Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Terrorists No More: MEK

Is every one of these men and women a principled supporter of the MEK, dedicated to the liberation of Iran? Seems doubtful. As their own records in government will attest, most did nothing for the MEK when in a position to do so. The more likely explanation is that at least some of these folks have been persuaded with money, most of it coming in the form of speaking fees. ..

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The Hypocrisy and Looming Danger of De-Listing MEK Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

The Hypocrisy and Looming Danger of De-Listing MEK

no single act by the administration so crystalizes the hypocrisy and recklessness of US postures towards Iran.The MEK has a long history of terrorist activity going back to the 1970s and has the goal of overthrowing the Iranian government. Because of this goal, there has been a big money push by many influential people in Washington to get the group de-listed..

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Iranian exiles, DC lobbyists and the campaign to delist the MEK Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Iranian exiles, DC lobbyists and the campaign to delist the MEK

US policy change on banned Iranian group came after extraordinary fundraising operation to transform its Images.. To the US government, the People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (MEK) was a terrorist group alongside al-Qaida, Hamas and the Farc in Colombia. The MEK landed on the list in 1997 with American blood on its hands and by allying itself with Saddam Hussein along with a long list of bombings inside Iran.

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MEK decision: multimillion-dollar campaign led to removal from terror list Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

MEK decision: multimillion-dollar campaign led to removal from terror list

The campaign to bury the MEK's bloody history of bombings and assassinations that killed American businessmen, Iranian politicians and thousands of civilians, and to portray it as a loyal US ally against the Islamic government in Tehran has seen large sums of money directed at three principal targets: members of Congress, Washington lobby groups and influential former officials.

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State Dept to Remove Iranian Rebel Group From Terror List Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

State Dept to Remove Iranian Rebel Group From Terror List

Adding hope to every other group that had found itself labeled a terrorist organization after a decade of bloody anti-US attacks and killing a number of US military officers, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MeK), one of the inaugural members of the US State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations, has been ordered removed by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton...

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MEK using boldfaced names in bid to get off terror list Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

MEK using boldfaced names in bid to get off terror list

Among the foreign countries and overseas organizations that hire people to advocate for them in ‎Washington, D.C., one doesn’t expect to find a group that’s listed on the U.S. government’s ‎roster of foreign terrorists. But the Mujahedin e-Khalq — a cult-like Iranian group whose killing ‎of U.S. officials landed it on the terrorist list in ‎‏1997‏‎ — has been paying hundreds of thousands ‎of dollars to a high-profile...

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Should Carl Benstein go to prison for supporting terrorist MEK? Mujahedin Khalq ;A tool for West

Should Carl Benstein go to prison for supporting terrorist MEK?

McColm added that "[t]he financial arrangements for speakers were handled by the Iranian-American Community. For the legal at heart, there were no funds provided by NCRI/MEK or any other so-called front groups." NCRI stands for National Council of Resistance of Iran and is recognized by the State Department as an alias for the MEK ...

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