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  • The cult of RajaviNYT photo of the Ashraf3 CAmp of MEK in Tirana

    Mujahedin-e Khalq gave us a tour in their Albania’s Camp

    Depending on whom you ask, the People’s Jihadists are Iran’s government-in-waiting or a duplicitous terrorist cult that forbids sexual thoughts. What are they doing in Albania? MANEZ, Albania — In a valley in the Albanian countryside, a group of celibate Iranian dissidents have built a…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy force

    M.E.K.: The Group John Bolton Wants to Rule Iran

    As talks with North Korea approach, the new national security adviser, John Bolton, has long pushed for regime change in another country with nuclear ambitions: Iran. One of his chosen replacements is the dissident group Mujahedeen Khalq, known as M.E.K. President Trump has never been…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceWhy Rudy Giuliani Shouldn’t Be Secretary of State

    Why Rudy Giuliani Shouldn’t Be Secretary of State

    Mr. Giuliani for instance, he was paid to deliver speeches in 2011 and 2012 defending a cultlike Iranian exile group/MKO/MEK/PMOI that was on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations. In the long list of ridiculous things Mr. Giuliani has said, his remarks about President…

  • Camp LibertySix Killed in Shelling of Iranian Refugee Camp in Iraq

    Six Killed in Shelling of Iranian Refugee Camp in Iraq

    Ali al-Moussawi, an Iraqi government spokesman, denied that Baghdad was involved, saying the accusation from the M.E.K. “is not the first time when they blame us for everything.”The United Nations demanded that the Iraqi government open an investigation, saying in a statement that Martin Kobler,…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupMEK May Remain on U.S. Terror List

    MEK May Remain on U.S. Terror List

    The two officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the matter involves litigation, said Mrs. Clinton had not made a decision yet. But they said the group’s refusal to complete a move from Camp Ashraf to the former site of Camp Liberty, near…

  • USAClinton urges MKO to complete move

    Clinton urges MKO to complete move

    Mrs. Clinton told the committee that “M.E.K. cooperation in the successful and peaceful closure of Camp Ashraf” will be “a key factor in any decision” on its longstanding request that the State Department lift its terrorist designation. She did not elaborate, but an administration official…

  • UNA U.N. Call to Aid Iraq's Iranian Refugees MEK

    A U.N. Call to Aid Iraq’s Iranian Refugees MEK

    The plan now agreed to by the Iraqi government should be given a chance to work. As a first step, it calls for the camp residents to voluntarily relocate to a transit site at the Baghdad airport. In contrast to Camp Ashraf, this site would…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceStrange Bedfellows in the Conflict with Iran

    Strange Bedfellows in the Conflict with Iran

    Camp Ashraf was a heavily armed encampment under Saddam Hussein from which Mujahedeen[MKO/MEK/PMOI] fighters attempted to invade Iran at the end of the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war. They were driven off. Today they enjoy little support in their home country, in spite of Mrs. Rajavi’s claims…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceFor Obscure Iranian Exile Group, Broad Support in U.S.

    For Obscure Iranian Exile Group, Broad Support in U.S.

    The American advocates have been well paid, hired through their speaking agencies and collecting fees of $10,000 to $50,000 for speeches on behalf of the Iranian group. Some have been flown to Paris, Berlin and Brussels for appearances...the officials expressed frustration at what they described…

  • MEK Camp AshrafA Reporter Shields His Identity and MEK’s Viewpoint Goes Missing

    A Reporter Shields His Identity and MEK’s Viewpoint Goes Missing

    Mr. Arango submitted questions by email, which elicited a lengthy response from the MEK.The problem was not cured, however, because so little of the MEK response was incorporated in the story. One simply does not learn from this story why the group seems so intransigent…

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