March 21, 2012

America, Terrorism Sponsor?

Hussein Ibish, NOW Lebanon

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By legitimizing the MEK, Washington would lose almost all credibility when it comes to opposing terrorism. The enemy of my enemy is by no means necessarily my friend. That way madness lies.

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TAGGED: United States, Iraq, Iran, Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK

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