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Do the majority of UK MPs really support Mojahedin’s terrorist agenda?

Below is the text of a letter sent to UK Prime Minister, Tony Blair by Anne Singleton asking whether "the majority of members of the House of Commons and over 160 members of the House of Lords" support Maryam Rajavi, leader of the terrorist Mojahedin Khalq organization. The constituents of such MPs are surely entitled to know whether their local MP supports a terrorist agenda or not.

Dear Prime Minister,

One year ago, on the very same day as the London bombings, representatives of a globally proscribed terrorist organization were being entertained in the House of Lords by Lord Corbett. Such a regrettable misuse of Britain’s democratic institutions by Lord Corbett is not new, and complaints have frequently been made to the relevant authorities, including the Home Minister.

Yet now, as the anniversary of London’s terrorist atrocity approaches, and the country is taking stock of the terrorist threat from extremists, Lord Corbett has again flouted every normal boundary of decency and again shown his contempt for democracy by once more inviting representatives of the terrorist Mojahedin Khalq into parliament to celebrate their ideology of violence.

A Persian language communiqué from the National Council of Resistance of Iran (which is universally recognized not as the ‘political wing’ but as the front name for the Mojahedin Khalq Organization, aka: MKO, MEK, PMOI, Saddam’s private army), announced that the Mojahedin had arranged for a ‘Plaque of Support’ to be presented by the unelected members of the House of Lords, Lord Slynn of Hadley, Lord Russell-Johnston and Baroness Harris of Richmond, on July 1, 2006, to Maryam Azodanloo (Rajavi), head of the terrorist Mojahedin Khalq organization.

The plaque was presented to her in a ceremony to celebrate the anniversary of her arrest in June 2003 in France on terrorism charges – for which she is still under investigation. That particular event was immediately followed by the death of two and injuries to tens of cult members when they committed self immolation on her direct order in several major European cities in a clear act of aggression against the French government and judiciary.

The plaque has been created in the name of Lord Corbett – who is well known as a Rajavi cult member in the House of Lords. On it is the claim that this accolade has been presented "on behalf of the majority of members of the House of Commons and over 160 members of the House of Lords".

Lord Corbett is known as Rajavi’s leading cult protégée, who for the past 20 years has promoted her military cult and its aims through frequent comments and speeches under her Kalashnikov logo, in which he has uncritically promoted Mojahedin Khalq violence and supported the organization during its mercenary work for Saddam Hussein.

Lord Corbett has frequently claimed that hundreds of British parliamentarians support the terrorist Mojahedin cult and its leader Maryam Rajavi, but to date has produced not a single scrap of evidence to support these false claims.

The idea of a ‘plaque’ was dreamed up by the Mojahedin themselves. It is the latest in a long line of exploitation of parliamentary procedure and protocol. In the past the group has regularly composed carefully worded oral and written questions which they have supplied to their cult recruits in parliament in order to get signatures by deception in support of their violent ideology. They have used their leading political cult member Lord Corbett in order to hold meetings inside the Houses of Parliament which are attended by their own cult members, in which they celebrate death and violence and terrorism under the guise of support for human rights and democracy.

The Iranian community in the UK and, certainly, the constituents of every MP who, according to Lord Corbett, potentially supports the leader of a foreign terrorist organization, seek urgent clarification of this issue.

Is it true that many members of the British parliament are now supporting a foreign terrorist organization and its leader and have proffered a plaque to her as a symbol of that support?

I would appreciate a clear answer which will explain the actions of Lord Corbett "on behalf of the majority of members of the House of Commons and over 160 members of the House of Lords".

 Anne SingletonIran-Interlink, July 3, 2006

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