after Masoud Rajavi was expelled from France some of the members of MKO were allowed to return, in the case
Le Point: after Masoud Rajavi was expelled from France some of the members of MKO were allowed to return, in the case they don't have any political activities; but French police knew that they were planning for terrorist acts.
Guardian wrote that Maryam Rajavi is a merciless woman who took the MKO to Terrorism.
Liberation, wrote an article about Maryam and 10 senior members of MKO and their arrests in Paris. It wrote in parentheses: "the elected president of National Council of Resistance was taken to Jail." This paper quotes Maryam's lawyer saying that "they misbehaved her. She had to sleep on a chair and when coming to court she had to take out her scarf according the judicial laws of France.
Her lawyer says that "MKOs are being detained without any documents and evidences. Police is only suspicious about the money they have found in their bases."
Wall Street Journal wrote that MKO was put in the list of terrorists in 1997 and by Clinton Administration in an effort to renew relations with Tehran; EU also did the same last year. MKO lost its shelter in France following the recent raids in France.
Italian La Republica wrote that 13000 Iranians live in Italy. Qahraman Divan Beigi, the head of Iranian association in Italy told La Republica that most of Iranians condemn self-immolations by Mojahedin. Elham Asadi, Iranian artist in Florance said that Iranians in Italy are unfamiliar with political activities. Dariush Radpoor also said: "I have no relations with this fanatic and harsh groups.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli called for tougher measures against the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO, also known as the MEK, PMOI and NCRI) terrorist group by the European Union...