Kenneth R.Timmerman

  • USAState Department Documents Expose Terror Group MEK

    State Department Documents Expose Terror Group MEK

    But Mujahedin newsletters published in Iran in 1980 celebrated the murders, calling the U.S. victims “criminal agents of U.S. Imperialism in Iran.”During an FBI investigation code-named Operation Suture, an FBI agent who infiltrated Camp Ashraf and posed as an MEK aka MKO/PMOI member reported that…

  • IranNo Second Marriages in Iran

    No Second Marriages in Iran

    Few doubt that the Iranian regime has embarked on a collision course with the West and is hell-bent on developing nuclear weapons. Even Euro-sceptics acknowledge that Iranian president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has taken Iran on a dangerous path, and have allowed an unprecedented complaint against him…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceTerrorist Group Supporters Meet in Washington

    Terrorist Group Supporters Meet in Washington

    The Mujahedin-e Khalq, also known as the People's Mujahedin Organization of Iran, was first blacklisted by the State Department in June 1994. Various front organizations, including the National Council of the Iranian Resistance, were added to the U.S. blacklist in 1997. While the blacklisting has…

  • Mujahedin Khalq 's FunctionMKO a False Pro-Democratic Movement

    MKO a False Pro-Democratic Movement

    National Council of Resistance and a host of U.S.-based “Iranian-American community” groups, and pretends to support democratic ideals. But make no mistake. The Mujahedin murdered Americans in the 1970s, took part in the Khomeinist revolution, helped the regime seize the U.S. embassy and take U.S.…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceWhen Making a Revolution, Allies Matter

    When Making a Revolution, Allies Matter

    MEK supporters roam the halls of Congress asking unsuspecting twenty-something aides if their Member will sign a "Dear Colleague" letter calling for freedom and democracy in Iran. They have conducted similar influence operations in Britain, France, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, Canada, and elsewhere. Iranian-Americans openly…

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