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  • USAU.S. pushes MKO to accept Albanian asylum offer

    U.S. pushes MKO to accept Albanian asylum offer

    The U.S. wants the MeK leadership to “accept the government of Albania’s humanitarian offer immediately, and urges the residents of Camp [Liberty] to resume participation in resettlement interviews to ensure that individuals avail themselves of safe and secure relocation opportunities outside Iraq,” said State Department…

  • USAOfficial: No decision yet on Iranian dissidents MEK

    Official: No decision yet on Iranian dissidents MEK

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has not moved any closer to removing an Iranian dissident group from the U.S. list of terror organizations, senior Obama administration officials said on Monday.Speaking on background with reporters, a senior official said members of the Iraq-based Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK)…

  • Mujahedin Khalq; A proxy forceTreasury probes Rendell over speeches for the MEK

    Treasury probes Rendell over speeches for the MEK

    The Treasury Department’s counterterrorism arm is investigating speaking fees paid to a long-time Democratic Party leader who is among the most vocal advocates of an Iranian opposition group[MKO/MEK/PMOI] designated as a terrorist group by the State Department...David Cole, a professor at the Georgetown University Law…

  • Mujahedin Khalq Organization as a terror groupWho are the terrorists?

    Who are the terrorists?

    The MEK has a long record of carrying out violent attacks inside Iran. During the period leading up to the 1979 revolution, the group proudly murdered U.S. military officers and civilians working in Iran...More recently, MEK operatives inside Iran have carried out hit-and-run terrorist attacks…

  • Camp AshrafU.S. seeks to protect Iran terror group

    U.S. seeks to protect Iran terror group

    The United States is quietly pressing Iraq not to close a camp that holds more than 3,000 members of an Iranian opposition group that served as Saddam Hussein's shock troops in 1991 when he crushed rebellions after the Gulf War and now is vulnerable to…

  • Expulsion from IraqSo What to Do with Those Mujahedin Terrorists?

    So What to Do with Those Mujahedin Terrorists?

    The faith of this State Department-listed terrorist organization of Mujahedin Khalq aka PMOI has been unclear. Hated by Iraqis for its involvement in Saddam's crimes against the Iraqi people, the Baghdad government wants to expel the Mujahedin group. But no country is willing to take…

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