March 8, 2012
Are the MEK's U.S. Friends Its Worst Enemies?
Josh Rogin, The Cable
After months of difficult negotiations, the MEK has finally begun moving out of its secretive Iraqi home near the Iranian border, called Camp Ashraf. But the group's American advocates have now become a major obstacle in the international effort to move the MEK to a new home in Iraq and avoid a bloody clash with the Iraqi military, officials say.
TAGGED: Mujahedin-e Khalq, Camp Ashraf, MEK, Maryam Rajavi