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  • UKUK mindful on MEK history

    UK mindful on MEK history

    we remain mindful of the MeK's[PMOI/MKO] history as an organisation responsible for a number of serious terrorist attacks—it claimed responsibility for large numbers of violent attacks inside Iran for a number of years, including 96 in a three-month period in early 2001. We do not…

  • UKMojahedin Assets still frozen in EU and UK

    Mojahedin Assets still frozen in EU and UK

    To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what assessment she has made of the implications for the UK of the European Court Judgement of 12 December 2003 to annul the Council's decision to freeze the

  • UKUK has no responsibility for Rajavi cult victims in Camp Ashraf

    UK has no responsibility for Rajavi cult victims in Camp Ashraf

    To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (1) how many and what proportion of the people of Ashraf signed forms accepting their compliance with the conditions stipulated by the Commander of the Multi-National Force-Iraq for their continued protection by the Multi-National…

  • UKMKO's political recruits still battling against British interests

    MKO’s political recruits still battling against British interests

    Brian Binley (Northampton South, Conservative) I notice that the Foreign Secretary did not touch on the question of external resistance to the Iranian regime. Some time ago, the Americans gave protected persons status to the Mujaheddin of Iran in Camp Ashraf. Later, the German courts…

  • UKUK- MKO has long history of terrorism

    UK- MKO has long history of terrorism

    ...Foreign Office minister Lord Triesman rejected the call, saying that the MKO was proscribed under the country's Terrorism Act 2000 and that the government had "no plans to carry out such a review."

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