Maryam Rajavi accuses the State Department of unethical behavior for not delisting MKO
In a widespread struggle to be removed from the blacklist, Maryam Rajavi in her speech made on June 25 in objection to MKO’s terrorist tag stated: “Which law and which ethical and humanitarian principle, would allow the State Department to defer the removal of the PMOI until Camp Ashraf is evacuated?” Has she ever been asked for what ethical and humanitarian cause did the agents of her organization sent many people to their death by planted bombs? And nothing can justify the recorded atrocities of MKO and clean its leaders’ hands of the innocent bloods even if removed from any list.
To dig up truth about the terrorist cult of Mojahedin Khalq Organization MKO/MEK, it is just anniversary of another bloody, flagrant terrorist perpetration. As disclosed in the US State Department’s Report in 1992, the group is unquestionably responsible for one of the most heinous terrorist operations in its armed warfare against Iranian regime. The report states:
“The Mojahedin initiated a wave of bombings and assassinations against the Khomeini regime that reverberates today. The most spectacular attack occurred June 28, 1981, when two bombs tipped apart the headquarters of the Islamic Republic Party (IRP, the party of the clerics), killing 74 members of the regime’s top leadership, including the URP’s leader, Ayatollah Beheshti,(14) ministers, and 27 Majles deputies.
In a row of self-suicide operations and blasts, Rajavi’s agents sent many cleric and political personalities to their death. The most spectacular operations occurred on June 28, 1981, when two bombs ripped apart the headquarters of the Islamic Republic Party killing 74 dignitaries of the regime including the party’s leader, Ayatollah Beheshti,14 ministers, and 27 Members of Parliament. Majority of dissident groups condemned such bloody, unethical means of opposition and the operation highlighted the terrorist potentiality of MKO as global threat to be later included on the US terrorist list.