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  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupRadio Free Europe on MEK Camp ashraf3

    Inside Iran’s MEK Opposition Group

    The Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK) is an exiled Iranian opposition group with a sprawling complex in the hills of Albania. The United States labelled it a terror group until deciding to delist it 2012. But while the MEK now has influential friends in Washington, others…

  • IraqNikolay Mladenov: Election Was ‘Entirely Iraqi-Owned Process’.

    Nikolay Mladenov: Election Was ‘Entirely Iraqi-Owned Process’.

    Mladenov: The UN has appointed a special representative to seek relocation opportunities for this group. We are working closely with our American friends and partners who also are looking to such opportunities. It is not an easy process but it is a very important process…

  • AlbaniaAlbanians choke on MEK, Al Qaida, Chemicals dumped by America

    Albanians choke on MEK, Al Qaida, Chemicals dumped by America

    Likmeta notes that Albania agreed to take in 11 former Guantanamo Bay prisoners and 210 members of an Iranian opposition group, the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO). It also supported Washington in its military campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Organization for the Prohibition of …

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemDiary Of An MKO Rent-A-Crowd Demonstrator

    Diary Of An MKO Rent-A-Crowd Demonstrator

    Enough. I had to find the exit door. Near the exit doors, where organizers were distributing salmon sandwiches and kebabs, I heard a few people speaking Kyrgyz, my mother tongue. They were three students who traveled from Germany. 9:28 p.m.: I spent the rest of…

  • Camp AshrafMost Iranian Exiles Relocated From Northern Iraq Base

    Most Iranian Exiles Relocated From Northern Iraq Base

    Martin Kobler told RFE/RL's Radio Free Iraq that there are 100 people staying in Camp Ashraf in northern Iraq “until the technical handover is arranged.”Kobler said all the residents will have interviews at Camp Liberty, near Baghdad, before getting the status of internationally protected persons…

  • Camp AshrafMore than half of camp ashraf residents relocated

    More than half of camp ashraf residents relocated

    The United States special adviser on Camp Ashraf in Iraq, Daniel Fried, says nearly 2,000 residents of the camp that's served for years as a base for a group Iran calls terrorists -- half the total -- have moved to a transit site called Camp…

  • IraqIraqi Official Says Dissident Exiles MEK To Be Relocated

    Iraqi Official Says Dissident Exiles MEK To Be Relocated

    Labid Majid Abbawi said the residents of Camp Ashraf in Iraq will be transferred to another camp until the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) completes the necessary paperwork so that the Iranian refugees "can be sent to any country of their desire." He…

  • IranIran Says U.S. Plot Suspect Is a member of MKO

    Iran Says U.S. Plot Suspect Is a member of MKO

    Tehran has sent a letter to the United Nations complaining about U.S. accusations Iran was behind a plot to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to Washington. Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said the letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon charges the plot is part of a…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization's Propaganda SystemSome participants in the rally had no knowledge about MKO

    Some participants in the rally had no knowledge about MKO

    Rally participants also included a number of non-Iranian-Americans. Several of them told RFE/RL they had little or no knowledge about the MKO. "We've come for Iranian people," said one African-American.When asked whether he and his female companion received money to attend the rally, the woman…

  • The cult of RajaviCamp Ashraf Escapee Says MKO Bans Marriage, Radio, Internet

    Camp Ashraf Escapee Says MKO Bans Marriage, Radio, Internet

    .. Persian Letters: Why do you think the MKO wants to keep people in Camp Ashraf? Why don't they let those who don't want to be there go? Shadvari: It's obvious. If people [leave Ashraf], the organization will fall apart, there won't be any Mujahedin-e…

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