MEK winning support in Congress – but questions raised over whether lobbying campaign amounts to support for terrorism
By: Nima Sharif
The Washington Times
BY JAMES MORRISON
The Iranian resistance won another victory in a U.S. federal court this week, when a three-judge
panel ruled the group has a right to a speedy hearing on its petition to be removed from the U.S.
terrorist list – after nearly two years of delay by the State Department.
WASHINGTON, (UPI) — A report by the International Atomic Energy Agency released Tuesday provided the strongest evidence yet that Iran is close to developing nuclear weapons, including clandestine procurement of equipment and design information needed to make nuclear arms, high explosives testing and detonator development to set off a nuclear charge, computer modeling of a core of a nuclear warhead, and preparatory work for a nuclear weapons test — powerful evidence that refutes the regime’s specious claims that its nuclear program is peaceful.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UPI) — The moment of truth is upon us. The Iranian regime has raised the nuclear stakes even while struggling under international sanctions.
By Jacqueline Shoen – Editor July 14, 2011
The status of Camp Ashraf in Iraq is teetering on the edge of dissolution at the hands of the Iraqi government backed by Iran. While the international community rummages around for a solution, the close to 3,500 residents wait in fear for their lives as a menacing siege builds up around them.
As Iran’s principal opposition movement, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), earns a well-deserved spotlight around the world, Michael Rubin’s sagging fortunes have compelled him to lambast the organization once more. In commentary last week, Rubin churned out another rant against the MEK . Although coated with a thin layer of supposedly calm and rational argument, the piece is bloated with clear bias and unjustified accusations.