Iranian Mojahedin,Terrorist list under UK & EU laws
Terrorist list - Follow-up to court ruling inOMPI case
The Council, followingthe judgment by theCourt of First Instanceon 12 December 2006 inthe OMPI case(Organisation des Mod- jahedines du Peuple del'Iran), decided to pro-vide OMPI with a state-ment of reasons forkeeping it on the EU'sasset freeze list of per-sons, groups and entitiesinvolved in terrorist acts,and to give OMPI onemonth to present itsviews, together with anysupporting documenta-tion.The Council will con-sider any reaction byOMPI within this periodof time, before taking afinal decision.
PROVISIONAL VER-SION 30.I.2007
It is recalled that on 12December 2006, theCourt of First Instance,in case T-228/02-,OMPI, v. Council, an-nulled Council Decision2005/930/EC insofar asit had imposed an assetfreeze on OMPI follow-ing its inclusion on theterrorist EU list. TheCourt found i.a. that thedecision ordering thefreezing of OMPI'sfunds had not containeda sufficient statement of reasons and that theright to a fair hearinghad not been respected.The Council thereforedecided to take the nec-essary measures to com-ply with the judgment.
Nejat Society rejoinsthe broken relation-ships and revives theaffections and thinksof the reunion of bro-ken families includingparents and childrenseparated under thepressure of Rajavi’sthoughts. ......
Iraq set to expel MKO terrorists
IRNA,Feb 2, 2007
Iraq Thursday an-nounced it would expelmembers of the terroristMujahedin Khalq Or-ganization (MKO).Iraqi governmentspokesman Ali al-Dabbagh said, "We haveour own problems andare going through a try-ing period that preventsus from offering refuge.Our Constitution forbidsus from hosting an or-ganization considered tobe terrorist."Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's cabinet haddemanded that the MKOmembers be rapidlytransferred to othercountries, AFP quotedthe spokesman as saying."The presence of thisorganization is illegaland the cabinet has de-cided to put an end to it,said Dabbagh, adding,"We have given it timeto prepare to leave Iraqfor another country. Wehave left it to them to goto the country of theirchoice."This organization hasbroken the law and inter-fered in Iraq's internalaffairs."During the regime of now executed dictatorSaddam Hussein, theMKO was welcome inIraq and fought withIraqi forces against Iran.The organization wasbehind terrorist acts inIran, assassinatingprominent figures andofficials in the country.Iraq's Deputy InteriorMinister for SecurityAffairs Shirvan Vaelihad already announcedthat the MKO which hadhatched numerous plotsagainst the Iraqi nationwould be expelled fromthe country."We are now preparing acomprehensive planwhich requires approvalof the government toexpel the MKO from thecountry," he said."We strongly follow upthe case because theMKO seeks to hatchplots against the Iraqipeople," vowed Vaeli.
BRIEFING PUBLICATION OF NEJAT SOCIETY
Iranian Mojahedin,Terrorist list underUK & EU laws
Iraq set to expelMKO terrorists
Time to Expel MKOFrom Iraq
The Plots of Cultagainst Iraqi Govern-ment
MKO, SectarianTerrorist Organiza-tion
MKO and IranianChalabis
Adnan, Al-Alyanand Alaani Cry forMKO!
An Autopsy of theIdeological Media inMojahedin cult
How I was brain-washed by the Tank Girls
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