Which one is not a terrorist??!

Which one is not a terrorist??!
by David ET

US congress and government are considering delisting Iranian Militant Islamist Marxists Group Mojahedeen Khalgh (MEK) from their terrorist organizations list. MEK’s prominent U.S. supporters —mostly Republicans, but some Democrats too—have attended pro-MEK events and personally voiced support for the removal of MEK from the U.S. terror list. They include: former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, former New York mayor Rudolph Guiliani, former homeland security secretary Tom Ridge, former White House Homeland Security advisor Frances Townsend, former attorney general Michael Mukasey, former CIA director Gen. Michael Hayden, former Colorado Congressman Tom Tancredo, former Indiana Congressman Lee Hamilton, and many others. They've made the enemy-of-my-enemy-is-my-friend argument, noting that MEK is an organized resistance group opposing a terrorist state. “The United States should not just be on your side,” Guiliani said at a pro-MEK event in December, the Washington Post reported. “It should be enthusiastically on your side. You want the same things we want.” I have compiled the above photos as a starter quiz for US politicians.


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by MM on

I agree that eventually the numbers will grow.  However, while IranSecular is in the process of getting ### support, MEK will get the US $$$ support to falsely become the voice of the Iranian opposition.  We need action now for the unification of the secular voices.

David ET


by David ET on

Goal 1= 5000

Goal 2= 5000 x 10= 50,000

Goal 3= 50,000x 10 = 500,000

Goal 4= 500,000 x 10 = 5,000,000

5,000,000  x 50% = 2.5 million

Can we each invite 10 persons to Iran Secular and then they bring another 10?

If we believe we can, then we can...

100 per week so far without any networking, majority female and many from Iran...says people want to! 

(and thats only facebook!!) 



Thanks David

by MM on

Based on several comments on IC blogs, especially the one by Aynak (What is the proper stance on Mojahedeen Khagh delisting efforts?), I hope this MKO thing becomes about what we are for and not just what we are against

The MKO de-listing efforts by the politicians you sited has revealed a big shortcoming of the Iranian opposition movement; we all build our little castles equipped with big megaphones, but no one wants a bird's eye view of what is good for Iran and Iranians: a united secular democratic front.

I am hoping that you will start the unification process by calling for all the secular forces to find the common denominator that binds us rather than focus on what separates us.

Soosan Khanoom

which one ? hmmm let me tell you ....

by Soosan Khanoom on

which one ? hmmm let me tell you ....

It depends on the security of the state of Isreal .... at any given time one can be removed and another can be added .  If Khameni somehow get enlighted and becomes a Zionists fan then he no longer is going to be on this list ..... and he can happily ever after beat the hell out of any opposition group in Iran ...

just like Bahrain and saudis and ...

well you get the picture  

Anahid Hojjati

thanks David, interesting blog.

by Anahid Hojjati on

Regarding Dean, I was pro him for some months before his exit from the scene. I agree Vildemose.


Dean's support of MEK

by vildemose on

Dean's support of MEK surprised me the most...I always thought Dean was a progressive...

Good blog.


The US politicians listed in your blog ...

by Bavafa on

Will not be able to tell any of them apart, mainly because their head is buried in their @$$ and their soul and integrity is sold to the highest bidder.

Thanks for shining light on this

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