The MEK: From Revolutionary Group to Imperialist Asset

By Jim CareyThe MEK’s violent past makes it clear why its only remaining friends are those who seek regime change in Iran at any cost.With the recent protests across Iran, some people are, for the…

When the US Pledged Not to Intervene in Iran’s Internal Affairs

by Soraya Sepahpour-UlrichThe 1981 Algiers Accords laid out the legal framework for US-Iranian relations, including provisions forbidding interference in each other’s internal politics and a ban on…

Is MEK/Jundullah The ISIS Of Tomorrow?

By Rahul D. ManchandaOne would think that the United States would have learned by now, that it is never a good idea to arm terrorist groups in different parts of the world, due to the inevitable “blowback”

Participatory counter-terrorism mechanisms for peaceful enforcement actions

In the context of international cooperation, governments pursue peacekeeping efforts both nationally and regionally and internationally. But what we have to say is that the principle of law enforcement,

Iran as Terror Myth

Michael S. Rozeff, lewrockwellAccording to the U.S. Department of State, Iran foments terrorism: “Designated as a State Sponsor of Terrorism in 1984, Iran continued its terrorist-related activity in…

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