April 17, 2012

Just Who Are the MEK?

Owen Bennett Jones, BBC News

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How do you get a group described by the U.S. government as a cult and an officially designated foreign terrorist organisation to be viewed by many congressmen and parliamentarians as champions of human rights and secular democracy?

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TAGGED: Iran, Mujahedin-e Khalq, MEK

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