The editorial director of says he has been threatened from Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK, a.k.a. MKO and PMOI) supporters over his articles about the terrorist group.


According to a Thursday report from Habilian Foundation website, in an article published on on Wednesday, Justin Raimondo, American author and the editorial director of, wrote that although MKO claims to have "renounced" terrorism, "exists in an atmosphere seething with violence, and my own experience with them has borne this out."


"Whenever I have written about them I have invariably received emails from MEK supporters laden with explicit threats of violence," he added.


He noted that it is to be expected from members of a "psycho cult", adding "but in the case of the MEK it's not like they've never killed any Americans before." "Just ask the families of Paul Shaffer, Jack Turner, Louis Lee Hawkins, William Cottrell, Donald Smith, and Robert Krongard."

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