When George W. Bush swapped excuses for invading Iraq and decided his mission was to spread gun-point democracy and eradicate terrorism instead of finding WMD he should not have given ‘protected person status’ to 3800 terrorists in Camp Ashraf.
These terrorists now demand a say in the new Iraqi constitution – after all, they have buddies in Congress.
On October 7, 2005, the Mojahedin-e Khalg (MEK, MKO), took out a one-page ad in the New York Times demanding that Article 21C of the Iraqi draft constitution be revised. Extraordinarily, they claim to have 1 million signatures from Iraqi citizens. If only that many citizens would go to the poll to vote!
The MEK, this terrorist organization that participated in the murder of American citizens, that spearheaded the US embassy hostage takeover, a group that is on the State Department terrorist list, but has somehow, due to the support of 150 Congressional members, and the powerful AIPAC lobby group, has been blessed with the ‘special person status’ and enjoys protection under the Geneva Convention now speaks of Article 21C violating asylum and human rights and would like it changed…An Article that belongs to another country’s constitution.
Imagine 3,800 members of Hamas DEMANDING a change to the US Constitution!
In a recent report,
the reputable Human Rights Watch organization interviewed several MEK members
who had been subjected to torture by the MEK cult. These members recount of the methods the
MEK used, and the time they spent in the infamous Abu Gharib prison of Saddam
Hossein.  It is surely a jest that this cult,
which has perfected the art of torture, would like to shape
Perhaps the bigger
irony and affront in the full page ad is the citation that certain British Lords
and Members of Parliament support the modification of Article 21C of
is the accusation that
As for the saga of
the MEK’s future - it would be interesting to see how this one plays out. Surely, there will be a sacrificial lamb
just as there was with the Valerie Wilson case. When the WMD story was found to be an
outrageous exaggeration (?!), a CIA operative was put out of commission to take
punishment for the whistle-blowing husband. Since the MEK terrorist cult demand to have a
hand in the running of
On July 26, 2005, Adam Ereli, State Department Deputy Spokesman, tried to explain away the status given to the MEK in a daily press briefing. He failed miserably. Who will pay the price? American soldiers, Iraqis, or some poor bureaucrat who thought Bush really did talk to God?
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