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  1. Finally… What these sicko’s don’t realise is where this money comes from. One side of the story is almost certainly what you mention above with the Mossad paying the MEK from the Bush-Cheney ‘destroy Iran’ $400 million slush fund.

    The other side that nobody reports about is the extortion of MEK family members in Iran. This will now become much more difficult as they lose the stranglehold they have on the residents of Camp Ashraf, and it should lead to them slowly dissolving away.

    For a more complete account of the extortion tactics, all you need to do is talk to an Iranian citizen. He’ll tell you all about it…

  2. Ther fact that strikes me is that some Muslim charitable folks in the USA were sent to prison for giving alms money to hospitals (or other charities) in Gaza which teh USA DEEMED to be fronts for Hamas.

    In other words, if Hamas supports a charity in Gaza, then no American can do so, for to do so is to “free up” money for Hamas to use for — yes! — terrorism.

    Years in jail for giving to a charity. And these bozos are likely to go free — and keep the money. And the bozos are really helping spread the party-line of the party — the MEK — a terrorist group that is actually ON the USA’s list (unlike the hospitals).

    We live — in the USA as elsewhere — under the rule of men, not of laws, and selective prosecution with NO PENALTY for friends and VICIOUS PENALTIES for (in this case, Muslim Americans) others, is how it works.

  3. Just to clarify: the MEK does not stand for “Mujahadeen al Khalq”, it stands for “Mohajedine Khalq”.

    The former, which you write in your text, implies that it is an arabic group, since “al” is a prefix used in the arabic language. However in persian (farsi), “al” is not used. Just wanted to clarify if you want to be sure to designate things in the right way.

        1. What does the “E” stand for in MEK?

          Would Mujahideen-e Khalq be correct?

          What does that “e” represent in Persian?

          1. Here it means ‘of the’.

            Mujahideen ‘of the’ Khalq, which means Mujahideen of the People.

          2. That is correct, the “e” stands for “the”, and as “lifelong” describes it, it means “Mujahideen of the People”.

            Not that I like the group, they are a bunch of cultist fanatics who would be no better than the mullahs if the got the power (which they never will), just wanted to make the distinction between Persian and Arabic.

          3. without a a doubt, they’d be much worse than the mullahs. These guys were labeled by the late Shah as “islamic marxists” – they are total nutballs. They were also the driving force causing bodily harm during the “islamic” revolution. They are probably as toxic as Pol Pot and its ilk. Just look at the personality cult around that women for instance. Or setting themselves on fire so they don’t get arrested a decade ago in europe. You’re talking fanatic ….well that’s them – they are really, really bad news.

        2. As far as I can track, the “Mujahidine al-Khalq” – the Arabic version – goes back to an article by Michael Rubin, posted by Middle East Forum, FrontPageMagazine and Commentary, all too obsessed by Arabs probably !
          I guee “e” in Persian is the equivalent of ‘al” in Arabic, that is the definite article ‘the’: here in a genetive construction: ‘the Mujadidine of the People’, right ?

  4. Alan Dershowitz is a barred attorney in the State of Massachusetts and has rules of professional responsibility that he must follow as well. These include, but are not limited to, “(c) engag[ing] in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation; … (e) state or imply an ability to influence improperly a government agency or official; … (h) engag[ing] in any other conduct that adversely reflects on his or her fitness to practice law.”

    Now whether Dershowitz runs astray of these is up to the Massachusetts Office of the Bar Counsel. If you believe you have evidence of Dershowitz that is tantamount to this behavior, the Office of the Bar Counsel has a complaint form online: http://www.mass.gov/obcbbo/complaint.htm Or you can try: (617) 728-8750. If you would prefer to communicate your problem in writing, you can contact ACAP by fax at (617) 482-2992 or by letter at the 0ffice of Bar Counsel.

    There was a person in Gitmo for 6 years for simply giving an inadvertant cab ride to a terrorist. Once Title 18 of the United States Code, Sections 2339 A and B are invoked and enforced, the judicial due process that follows simply evaporates for the human being in detention — at least for a good amount of time and far after your rights have been thoroughly violated.

    Will they go after Alan properly? That would be amazing. Alan’s ties to terrorism.. how about 9/11 which turned into a whirlwind to control the opium in Afghanistan, destroy and loot Iraq, and now includes the same suspects at the scene asking for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, Iran ? Whew… I guess hide it right under people’s noses and they will never guess it unless Wolf Blitzer (Jerusalem Post) is reading it off a teleprompter. Here’s another link/clue: who established the paradigm for black ops funding via the narcotic trade in the US? Ah ha, and his son was in the King seat when we went into Afghanistan.

    OK ok I will stop being factual now. What is Alan’s tie to 9/11? “Is There a Right to Remain Silent? Coercive Interrogation and the Fifth Amendment After 9/11” by Alan M. Dershowitz

    Irony, I love you

  5. I can’t follow you, PersianAdvocate, when you write “and his son was in the King seat when we went into Afghanistan” I’m not sure if we’re supposed to be thinking the deposed Khan monarchy or the imposed Karzai family…

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