news
On the issue of MKO's activities in France, Mr. De Roux said: "France considers this group a terrorist organization and doesn't allow it to act against Iran from France."
In a meeting with the Iranian foreign minister Manouchehr Mottaki, the chairman of the French-Iranian Parliamentary Friendship Group, Xavier de Roux said on the terrorist MKO: "France views this group as a terrorist organization". In the meeting, Mottaki also said that "there is no good and bad terrorism in the world", referring to the group's efforts to ruin the relations between the two countries. In the meeting with Haddad Adel, De Roux said that Tehran-Paris relations are deep-rooted and important, adding that France regards the MKO as a terrorist group and it is under the surveillance of the French police. France’s decision to harbor members of the terrorist Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) and certain other groups that are opposed to the Islamic Republic of Iran will not improve the position of the country in the eyes of Iranians, the Iranian parliament speaker pointed out. Also, in the meeting with Ala'addin Broujerdi, the Head of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Majlis, De Roux said Tehran-Paris have long and well-established ties; on the issue of MKO's activities in France, he said: "France considers this group a terrorist organization and doesn't allow it to act against Iran from France." In his talks with Iranian minister of Judiciary, De Roux said: "France believes the MKO is illegal and terrorist. They are under the control of police and the judicial investigation on the group is underway." Meeting Deputy foreign minister Dr. Jalili, he assured that the MKO is under permanent surveillance in France and the government is not interested in changing its position towards the group.

New Articles

The Cult of Rajavi and the Obsession of Trump Support

With Trump’s apparent determination to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal, the Mujahedin Khalq Organization (MKO/MEK/PMOI/ the Cult of Rajavi) has just found more room to move around the US...

Female victims of terrorism offer recommendations at UNHRC

The women victims of terrorism called for strengthening international cooperation to reduce the problems of women affected by terrorism in the world in the 36th session of the UN Human...

Who Is “Republicans’ favorite Democrat”?

Joseph Lieberman, long regarded as the “Republicans’ favorite Democrat” because of his militarist foreign affairs agenda and support for a number of right-wing domestic policies, represented Connecticut initially as a...

Former MEK members petition the UNHCR in Albania

Some nearly 70 former members of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization yesterday approached the UNHCR in Albania (RAMSA) with a petition signed by all of them demanding their rights.

MEK rightfully named father of ISIS

Representing families of Iranian victims of terrorism, Habilian Association organized a conference themed “Iran victim of terrorism; From MEK to ISIS” on the occasion of national day of combating terrorism...

Most viewed

Iran and the Holy Warrior Trap

Is the West about to make the same mistake with Iran that it made with Afghanistan when it backed the Sunni mujahedin against the Soviet invaders? The Soviets ultimately were...

The MKO, the essence of North Korea

The tensions between North Korea and the United States have escalated in the past days. The United States is preparing for all options, including a “preemptive war,” to stop North...

Iranian film sheds new light on security services

 The Iranian film "Midday Adventures," directed by Mohammad Hossein Mahdavian, begins in Tehran on June 19, 1981, 26 months after the Islamic Revolution and nine months after the outbreak of...

We Hate Mojahedin-e Khalq: SNS Respond to a Conference of the Iranian Opposition

Dr. Raz Zimmt investigates Iranian social media responses to the annual conference of Mojahedin-e Khalq, an Iranian opposition group whose support for Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War remains a searing...

The Trump administration wants regime change in Iran. But regime change usually doesn’t work

President Trump is no fan of Iran. As a candidate, he had promised to tear up the Iran Nuclear Agreement. Having been frustrated in his attempts to do that —...