Obama to pave the way for anti-American Marxist Terrorist Organization entry into US

Obama use of CEO powers, a dark question mark: journalist   (February 11, 2014)

Press TV has conducted an interview with Mark Glenn, author and journalist, Idaho about President Obama using his executive powers to ease rules for potential asylum seekers in the US who support or fond of terrorist groups.

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/02/10/350119/obamas-use-of-ceo-powers-under-question/

MEK: Iranian Militant Group To Be Taken Off Terrorist Watch List By Obama Admin

Published on Jul 3, 2012

Foreign Affairs committee hearing with Hillary Clinton about PMOI/MEK

Columnist Clarence Page Spoke at Rally for Iranian Militant Group

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/03/clarence-page-mek-speech-fee_n_1645795.html

The People’s Mojahedin of Iran or the Mojahedin-e-Khalq (MEK, also PMOI, MKO; Persian: سازمان مجاهدين خلق ايران sāzmān-e mojāhedin-e khalq-e irān) is an Iranian leftist revolutionary organization that participated in the 1979 Revolution that overthrew the Pahlavi Shah. Following the conflict with Ayatollah Khomeini MEK started[3] an open war and most of its members fled abroad. It is now an opposition movement in exile, that advocates the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran.[4]

Founded on September 5, 1965 by a group of left-leaning Muslim Iranian university students as an Islamic and Marxist political mass movement,[5] the MEK was originally devoted to armed struggle against the Shah of Iran and its supporters.[6] In the immediate aftermath of the 1979 Islamic Revolution, the MEK and the Tudeh Party at first chose to side with the clerics led by Ayatollah Khomeini against the liberals, nationalists and other moderate forces within the revolution. A power struggle ensued, and by mid-1981, MEK was fighting street battles against the Islamic Revolutionary Guards.[7][8] During the Iran–Iraq War, the group was given refuge by Saddam Hussein and mounted attacks on Iran from within Iraqi territory.[9]

Anti-American campaign

In the years between 1973 and 1975, MEK intensified its armed operations. In 1973 they bombed ten major buildings including those of the Plan Organization, Pan-American Airlines, Shell Oil Company, Hotel International, and Radio City Cinema. In addition, they assassinated six Americans:[36]

  • The MEK failed in an attempt to kidnap the U.S. Ambassador to Iran, Douglas MacArthur II, on November 30, 1971.[37]
  • USAF Brig. Gen. Harold Price was wounded in a May 1972 assassination attempt.[38][39]
  • The first success in the assassination campaign was the murder of Lt. Col. Louis Lee Hawkins, a U.S. Army comptroller. He was shot to death in front of his home in Tehran by two men on a motorcycle on June 2, 1973.[37][38][40][41][42]
  • A car carrying U.S. Air Force officers Col. Paul Shaffer and Lt. Col. Jack Turner was trapped between two cars carrying armed men. They told the Iranian driver to lie down and then shot and killed the Americans. Six hours later a woman called reporters to claim the MEK carried out the attack as retaliation for the recent death of prisoners at the hands of Iranian authorities.[37][38][41][43]
  • A car carrying three American employees of Rockwell International was attacked in August 1976. William Cottrell, Donald Smith, and Robert Krongard were killed. They had been working on the Ibex system for gathering intelligence on the neighboring USSR.[37][44] Leading up to the Islamic Revolution the Marxist wing of the MEK conducted attacks and assassinations against both Iranian and Western targets.[45] According to the U.S. Department of State and the presentation of the MEK by the Foreign Affairs group of the Australian Parliament, the group conducted several assassinations of U.S. military personnel and civilians working in Iran during the 1970s. After the revolution the group actively supported the U.S. embassy takeover in Tehran in 1979, and opposed the release of the diplomats in 1981 by the Iranian regime, and called for their execution instead. As a result they staged a large demonstration.[22]

On September 6, 2011, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (MEK) elected Zohreh Akhyani as its new Secretary General for a two-year term.[46] The new Secretary General joined the MEK 32 years ago following the anti-monarchy revolution in Iran in 1979.[47]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mujahideen-e_Khalq