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  • MKO and other terrorist groupsIraqi activist unveils MKO-Al-Qaeda military cooperation

    Iraqi activist unveils MKO-Al-Qaeda military cooperation

    "Based on the very clear documents and evidence presented to our committee 800 Iraqis enter Camp Ashraf (now the camp of New Iraq) on different pretexts, like construction work, everyday, but a majority of them are al-Qaeda members and receive military and terrorist trainings in…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsDocument Reveals Mojahedin Khalq and Al-Qaeda Collaboration

    Document Reveals Mojahedin Khalq and Al-Qaeda Collaboration

    ... "Our special sources have informed that the MKO, based in Camp Ashraf in the North of Khales, has played a covert role in insecurities and instability in the Diyala province and it has had extraordinary political, military and social activities in the form of…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsMKO, another version of al-Qaeda

    MKO, another version of al-Qaeda

    A spokesman for the family members of terrorism victims in Iran says the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) is simply an earlier version of al-Qaeda.. the spokesman for the Edaalat Society, which represents over 12,000 relatives of Iranian victims of terrorism, said the MKO / PMOI…

  • MKO and other terrorist groups11 September and MKO’s Tactic of Duplicity

    11 September and MKO’s Tactic of Duplicity

    Hardly anyone doubts that al-Qaeda perpetrated 11 September attacks had a great impact on Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization, or Mojahedin cult, to make a shift in its terrorist conducts. The global reaction against the attacks and a shown decisiveness to combat against the abominable phenomena of…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsSIIC: Mojahedin Khlaq cooperated with al-Qaeda

    SIIC: Mojahedin Khlaq cooperated with al-Qaeda

    Mujahedin-e- Khalq Organization has cooperated with terrorist groups including al-Qaeda over the past five years, says an SIIC official. Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Islamic Iraqi Council , confirmed a six-month deadline set by the Iraqi government for the MKO to leave Iraq and added…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsMKO had direct cooperation with al-Qaeda

    MKO had direct cooperation with al-Qaeda

    Seyed Ammar Hakim said that the MKO members, in addition to direct cooperation with the al-Qaeda, had been accomplice in the Baathist regime crimes and had also cooperation with terrorists in the past five years. He rejected any claims on relation between expulsion of the…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsInconspicuous Affinity between Al-Qaeda and MKO

    Inconspicuous Affinity between Al-Qaeda and MKO

    these outdated and despised teachings attracts no attention today, but at least in two or three past decades they worked as applicable revolutionary approaches especially for the third world revolutionaries. Following the same line, Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization from its very formation in four decades ago…

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsMojahedin Khalq, Al Qaeda joint attack in Iraqi Kurdistan

    Mojahedin Khalq, Al Qaeda joint attack in Iraqi Kurdistan

    Members of al-Qaeda and the terrorist group Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) have launched an attack on the Vajiheh district, northern Iraq. A website affiliated to Iraq's Patriotic Union of Kurdistan reported that four people have been killed and some others injured in the attack.

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsMKO Helping Other Terrorists

    MKO Helping Other Terrorists

    Terrorist groups assisted by the elements of terrorist MEK attacked Al-Wajiha district and tried to take the control over the area but encountered resistance by Iraqi armed forces.

  • MKO and other terrorist groupsMKO, al-Qaeda co-op disclosed

    MKO, al-Qaeda co-op disclosed

    In early 2007, the Iraqi government announced that MKO interferes in Iraq's internal affairs and ordered them to leave the Arab country. Meanwhile, the Iraqi government spokesman said that MKO can choose between returning to Iran or go to another country. Ali al-Dabbagh stressed that…

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