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Political Action Committee Contributions to PMOI Terrorist Supporters

On January 15, 2003, a full-page advertisement appeared in the New York Times (page A19): 150 Members of U.S. Congress Declare Support for the People’s Mojahedin (PMOI), Call for an End to Iran’s Terrorist Regime. This advertisement contained the names of only 6 of the signers of the Iran Statement: Democrats Bob Filner (California), Sheila Jackson-Lee (Texas), Edolphus Towns (New York); Republicans Lincoln Diaz-Balart (Florida), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida), Tom Tancredo (Colorado).

The MEK (MKO, PMOI, NCRI, Rajavi Cult, Pol Pot of Iran) is on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations. The MEK has murdered American military officers, Rockwell International employees, and large numbers of Iranians and of Iraqis. The MEK has committed a terrorist act in New York City.

In addition to contributions from Iranian individuals who support this communist cult, it is important to research the political action committee (PAC) contributions to these members of Congress.

 The July 2007 issue of the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs (pages 19 – 24) contains lists of Pro-Israel and American-American PAC contributions. http://www.wrmea.com <http://www.wrmea.com/>

For the 6 members of Congress praised by supporters of the Rajavi Cult in the January 15, 2003 advertisement in the New York Times, these were their PAC contributions:

Pro-Israel PAC Contributions to 2006 Congressional Candidates

Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Republican-Florida): $36,500 for 2006; $120,990 career


Bob Filner (Democrat-California): $7,500 for 2006; $89,514 career total

Lincoln Diaz-Balart (Republican-Florida): $6,000 for 2006; $16,000 career


Edolphus Towns (Democrat-New York): $2,500 for 2006; $39,500 career total

American-American PAC Contributions

Sheila Jackson Lee (Democrat-Texas): $1,000 for 2006; $6,500 career total

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