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  • The US Fund for resettlement of MKO members

    The US Fund for resettlement of MKO members

    In the annual gathering of the MEK/MKO/PMOI in France in June, thousands of people enjoyed an absolutely free trip to France including meals and housing with the sole condition of attending Maryam Rajavi’s speech. In the same festival, paid speakers are invited whose rates are…

  • Rand Paul Proposes Silly Constitutional Amendment

    Rand Paul Proposes Silly Constitutional Amendment

    Yet this didn’t seem to apply to scores of current and former U.S. politicians that advocated for and got paid to speak on behalf of the Iranian dissident group Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), which was on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations until September 2012.Here’s…

  • U.S. Pledges Support to UN Trust Fund

    U.S. Pledges Support to UN Trust Fund

    The United States welcomes the establishment of the United Nations Trust Fund to support the resettlement of individuals currently residing at Camp Hurriya in Iraq. We are pleased to announce that the United States plans to provide $1 million to the UN Trust Fund. The…

  • MEK leader in Paris obstructing the process to resettle members

    MEK leader in Paris obstructing the process to resettle members

    Sherman expressed concern but also noted that the MEK’s leadership in Paris was obstructing the process to resettle MEK members. A key demand of the MEK’s leadership is that the group’s members be allowed to relocate together as a single unit, rather than to be…

  • US Denies Visiting Allegedly Missing Iranians

    US Denies Visiting Allegedly Missing Iranians

    U.S. Embassy spokesman Rodney Ford told The Associated Press by email Sunday that the claim of an American visit is "categorically untrue." He says no one from the U.S. government has seen or visited those said to be missing.

  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Brett McGurk visits Camp Hurriya

    Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Brett McGurk visits Camp Hurriya

    Brett McGurk visited Camp Hurriya in Baghdad, September 16, accompanied by Gyorgy Busztin, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary General for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). DAS McGurk met with senior representatives from the Mujahedine-e-Khalq (MEK) …

  • US welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    US welcomes relocation of remaining Ashraf residents

    The United States welcomes today’s safe arrival at Camp Hurriya of the remaining 42 individuals from the Mujahedin-e-Khalq (MEK) who had been residing at Camp Ashraf...The United States reiterates its condemnation of the September 1 attack...

  • U.S. Condemns Attack at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    U.S. Condemns Attack at Camp Ashraf in Iraq

    We are deeply concerned about these reports and are in regular contact with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), as well as Government of Iraq officials. We support UNAMI's efforts to conduct its own assessment of the situation and call on the Government…

  • Engaging with Iran's New President

    Engaging with Iran’s New President

    the US could formally recognize Iran as a vital partner in ending the Syria conflict, inviting it to participate in future initiatives alongside Russia, Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Another move could be to reclassify the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK) as a terrorist organization.

  • An Open Letter to President Obama and Secretary Kerry

    An Open Letter to President Obama and Secretary Kerry

    This country cannot embark on serious diplomacy and dialogue with the rulers in Iran when such “prominent members” support a human rights violator and a terrorist organization that until September 2012 was considered a terrorist group (MEK was delisted in September 2012) by the United…

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