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Terrorist MKO has been forced to change the frequency of its satellite TV programs on Hotbird satellite for the third time in less than 3 months.
Terrorist MKO has been forced to change the frequency of its satellite TV programs on Hotbird satellite for the third time in less than 3 months. MKO TV channel announced today repeatedly that: “Frequency on Hotbird will change since June 13. Please inform your friends and relatives about new details. New frequency on Hotbird 2, which is viewable from today: Satellite: Hotbird2 Frequency: 11785 Symbol Rate: 27500 Polarization: horizontal FEC: ¾ Transponder: 53” A while ago, after the secret ties of Mojahedin with espionage service of Israel and using the services of Israel on Hotbird was revealed, Mojahedin-e Khalq were forced to ask a German company to provide them with transponder. Now that the German Company (Stellar DBS) has refused to continue working with Mojahedin, this group has been forced to cut a deal with a Spanish company. Received news indicates that after Verfassungsschutz (Office for Protecting Germany’s Constitution) found that a German company is providing service for terrorist MKO, it ordered the company to stop servicing notorious terrorist groups. MKO started using new transponder on June 10, 2005: Hotbird, 13º East Frequency: 11785 TP provider: RTVE (RadioTelevisión Española) Country: Spain TP Provider’s website: www.rtve.es/portal/entrada/index.php <1>Related story<1>

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