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MKO on the EU’s Terror List Next Week

Reported by MKO-run website, NCR, the EU’s Council of Ministers intends to maintain MKO on the terrorist list. It is planning to announce its decision next week.

Calling it a continuation of appeasement of Iranian regime, MKO condemned the decision taken by the EU and said: “In defiance of EU Court ruling, the EU Council intends to maintain the PMOI on the terror list”.

The Council intends to designate MKO because the group has failed to provide any convincing document that would justify its deproscription. Although MKO claims it has forsworn terrorism since June 2001, there are countless evidences that the group was actively plotting and carrying out terrorist operations until 2003 when it was disarmed by the coalition forces in Iraq. A remarkable document on the group’s activities is recently released report by the State Department after the group was redesignated as a terrorist group. On the description of MKO and its terrorist activities after 2001 the report reveals:

In 2003, French authorities arrested 160 MEK members at operational bases they believed the MEK was using to coordinate financing and planning for terrorist attacks. Upon the arrest of MEK leader Maryam Rajavi, MEK members took to Paris’ streets and engaged in self-immolation. French authorities eventually released Rajavi. Although currently in hiding, Rajavi has made appearances via video-satellite to "motivate" MEK-sponsored conferences across the globe.

According to evidence which became available after the fall of Saddam Hussein, the MEK received millions of dollars in Oil-for-Food program subsidies from Saddam Hussein from 1999 through 2003, which supported planning and executing future terrorist attacks. In addition to discovering 13 lists of recipients of such vouchers on which the MEK appeared, evidence linking the MEK to the former Iraqi regime includes lists, as well as video footage of Saddam Hussein handing over suitcases of money to known MEK leaders, and video of MEK operatives receiving training from the Iraqi military.

The Mojahedin cult’s she-guru, Maryam Rajavi, in reaction to the decision states that “If the Council decides to maintain the PMOI on the list, the organization will again refer the matter to the European Court of Justice”.

Mojahedin.ws – 27/5/2007

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