Mujahedin-e Khalq supporters again raised their voice in support of the terrorist group, despite “indirect warnings from the Treasury Department that their support for the group could constitute a crime,” Market Watch said Monday.
According to a report published by Habilian, referring to his receiving a subpoena from the Treasury Department, former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell said, “I never knew obtaining a subpoena from your own government would be so much fun.”
He further noted, “On the one hand we're being investigated by the Treasury Department... for contact with the MEK, (but) the State Department asked us to have contact with the MEK. Can someone explain that to me?”
Other speakers at the gathering such as John Bolton, Mitchell Reiss, Alan Dershowitz and others at the conference also reiterated their customary speaking on behalf of the terrorist group one after the other and said they will not be discouraged or silenced.
Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK, PMOI, Rajavi’s Cult) has a reputation for buying politicians around the world to serve as its puppets and speak on its behalf or condemn any policies and measures taken by governments against it.
A few days ago an Iraqi lawmaker revealed that al-Iraqiya bloc’s spokesman Haidar al-Mulla has been receiving a monthly payment of USD 5000 from the group.