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The Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) was blacklisted by the Clinton administration to placate the Iranian mullahs in 1997. In 2012 the fallacy of that approach is self-evident. While it may be difficult to understand the U.S. Government's decision to label as terrorists a group of Iranian dissidents exiled in Iraq its recent perversion of the truth is most alarming.
The issue of Ashraf is on the agenda of EU's Foreign Minister Council this Thursday, 1 December. What position they take will be crucial for the fate of the 3000 refugees in Ashraf who could see their last Christmas if Iraq fulfils its commitment to Tehran to eliminate them
In an effort to prevent a humanitarian disaster, thousands of Iranians held a rally outside the US State Department to call
As The Obama administration continues to favour the Iranian regime of the ayatollahs, over the Iranian people, one has to question how in command of the reality of the situation, the President of the USA is. .
Time is running out and the US seems to hold the key to save the lives of the 3,400 innocent, unarmed civilians with Secretary Clinton delisting the MEK and paving the way to a humanitarian resolution of the crisis in Camp Ashraf.