MEK controling Iraqi parliament’s communication networks: source

The company providing communication networks to the Iraqi government, parliament and a number of key institutions in Iraq is actually a front company for the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, a.k.a. MEK and PMOI), says one source.

According to the Habilian Foundation website report, the source told the Arabic language al-Mustaqbal daily newspaper that the company also provided internet services to the government, parliament, and several key institutions in Iraq.

“Foreign companies are often entrusted with the provision of Internet services, but this company belongs to the MEK which has been incorporated in three countries, including Australia.

The source underlined that the company conspired with several authorities to infiltrate into the institutions and organizations over 5 years (2006 to 2011).

During the Iraq’s 2010 parliamentary elections, some informed sources announced that the Internet Service Provider to the country’s Independent High Electoral Commission was affiliated to terrorist MEK group.


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