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    Pompeo orders diplomats not to meet with MEK and other opposition groups

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sent a cable to all US missions overseas ordering diplomats not to meet with Iranian opposition groups without specific approval because it could further exacerbate tensions with the Iranian regime. “Many exiled Iranian opposition groups try to engage U.S. officials…

  • USAUS Warmonger Hawks

    Bolton bolts and Iran war fever suddenly drops

    The price of oil fell by 2.2% just minutes after news spread that US National Security Advisor John Bolton was out of a job. In an instant, the prospect of a catastrophic war in the Middle East seemed to recede dramatically. Bolton is famously the…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceRudy Giuliani

    Rudy Giuliani advises foreign clients while working for Trump

    Rudy Giuliani is working with foreign clients as he continues to advise President Donald Trump on the Russia investigation, which raises conflict of interest and federal ethics issues, according to a new report. Giuliani told The Washington Post in interviews that he maintains clients in…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceAmericans to remove Mojahedin Khalq from terror list

    Americans to remove Mojahedin Khalq from terror list

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to notify Congress on Friday that she plans to take Iranian exile group Mujahedin-e-Khalq, or MEK, aka MKO/PMOI off a State Department terror list, three senior Obama administration officials told CNN. MEK is considered by many in the…

  • Camp AshrafU.S. Official: MEK are plainly wrong

    U.S. Official: MEK are plainly wrong

    On a conference call with reporters Monday, a senior administration official said MEK may have "over-interpreted" the court ruling, and may believe that Clinton has no choice now but to de-list the group. The official said that belief would be "quite plainly, wrong." Clinton "retains…

  • USAU.S. not ready to remove MEK from terror list

    U.S. not ready to remove MEK from terror list

    Robert Loeb, who argued the case on behalf of the administration, said the lack of total unfettered access to the MEK's aka MKO/PMOI base inside Iraq demands more deliberation and time be given to the decision. ..

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceState Dept to court: Don't meddle with terror list decisions

    State Dept to court: Don’t meddle with terror list decisions

    The State Department is asking a U.S. appeals court to deny a suit that would force Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to decide, within 30 days, whether to remove an Iranian opposition group from the U.S. list of foreign terror organizations.The group, the Mujahadin-e Khalq…

  • Expulsion from IraqFirst exiles to leave Iraq’s Camp Ashraf slam new site

    First exiles to leave Iraq’s Camp Ashraf slam new site

    Martin Kobler, the U.N. secretary general’s special representative and head of the U.N. Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI), was at the temporary site to welcome the new arrivals.“This is the first step towards a better future outside Iraq,” he said. “I look forward to their…

  • USAU.S. supports plan to relocate MEK terror group

    U.S. supports plan to relocate MEK terror group

    "It will not in effect be an MEK-run facility, this is an Iraqi facility," the official said, while stressing there would be U.N. monitors present to assure the facility does "not exist in the dark."A second administration official described the facility as one with a…

  • Mujahedin Khalq 's TerrorismDon't be fooled: MEK is a terrorist group

    Don’t be fooled: MEK is a terrorist group

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is due to decide soon whether the Iranian Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) should remain on the State Department's list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations or be delisted and free to raise taxpayer support for their operations.

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