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Watch Zionist Alan Dershowitz advocating the immediate delisting of an active terror organization. In the video, Zionist Dershowitz urges the U.S. government to protect the 3,400 MEK members and their families at Camp Ashraf.

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In the last few weeks the Jewish Lobby in the USA is going out of its way to support the terrorist MEK.

NBC reported two days ago that Israel teams with terror group to kill Iran's nuclear scientists.

The attacks, which have killed five Iranian nuclear scientists since 2007 and may have destroyed a missile research and development site, have been carried out in dramatic fashion, with motorcycle-borne assailants often attaching small magnetic bombs to the exterior of the victims' cars.

Both Iranian, Israeli and Western commentators tend to believe that Israel and the People's Mujahedin of Iran, known as the MEK are behind the terror campaign.

In 1997, the State Department listed the MEK as a terrorist group, justifying it with an unclassified 40-page summary of the organization's activities going back more than 25 years.

But in the last few weeks the Jewish Lobby in the USA is going out of its way to support the terrorist MEK.

Watch Zionist Alan Dershowitz advocating the immediate delisting of an active terror organization.

In the video, Zionist Dershowitz urges the U.S. government to protect the 3,400 MEK members and their families at Camp Ashraf in Iraq, about 35 miles north of Baghdad.

With the departure of U.S. troops, the MEK feared that Iraqi forces, with encouragement from Iran, would attack the camp, leading to a bloodbath.

One may be naïve enough to believe that Dershowitz'call is nothing but noble, yet, embarrassingly enough, the same Dershowitz, has never been caught trying to stop his beloved Jewish State from murdering Palestinians in Gaza, in the West Bank or anywhere else.

This discrepancy is far from being a coincidence. Apparently killing civilians in the name of the Jewish State must be a ‘kosher endeavour'.

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