Stavros Markos um SManalysis - vor 8 Stunden
Bis vor kurzem auf der Terroristen Liste, 20 Jahre lang von den USA finanziert, will man die Langzeit Terror Organisation nun in Albanien unterbringen. Das ist die einzige Politik, welche die USA auf dem Balkan haben, neben Drogen und Waffen schmuggel.
Tom Rich, erhielt als Berater von Salih Berisha: 500.000 $ und taucht in Albanien mit dem Gangster Damir Fazllic auf. Tom Rich, ist auch der Lobbyist fuer die Terroristen Organisation MEK. Wie so viele korrupte US Politiker, angefangen von Madelein Allbright, oder dem Gangster Frank Wisner, hat man eigene Lobby Firmen und kassiert, fuer das Desaster!
Die iranische Oppositionspartei “Volksmodjahedin” (MEK) sah sich am 17. Juni in …Security unter dem Minister Tom Rich ein ehrgeiziges Projekt in Angriff genommen worden: Alle… weiter … 05.04.2003: Merkwürdige Anfragen aus dem Irak .. aus der website des Verfassungschutzes
Support for the listed “terrorist” group People’s Mujahedin of Iran
Former Pennsylvania governor Edward Rendell included Ridge among a group of former U.S. officials who have been lobbying and building support for the “de-listing” of the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK, also PMOI, MKO) from the U.S. State Department’s list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations. MEK has been accused of successful and unsuccessful attempts to kidnap or murder U.S. officials in the 1970s. They joined Saddam Hussein’s military to fight against Iran in the U.S.-backed 8 year war between Iraq and Iran that produced 1.5 million casualties. They have also been accused of partnering with Israel’s Mossad in the assassination of several of Iran’s nuclear scientists. Ridge has been among those investigated for receiving tens of thousands of dollars for their lobbying efforts for the organization.
Kommentar: deshalb brauchen die kriminellen US Politiker, staendig kriminelle Partner Weltweit und dulden den Drogen- wie Waffen Handel und die Deutsche Regierung schweigt wie immer zum Thema und finanziert den Murks mit.
update: 16.5.2013: die ersten 14 Terroristen, von den USA ueber 20 Jahre ausgebildet, kamen in Tirana an
Mbërrijnë në Tiranë 14 muxhahedinët e parëFourteen Iran exiles head for new life in Albania
Friday, 17 May 2013
Albanian national flags have been put up ahead of the first anniversary of Kosovo's independence in the town of Kacanik, on Feb. 15, 2009. (Reuters)
AFP, Washington -
Fourteen Iranian opposition members have left a former U.S. military base in Iraq heading for Albania as part of U.N. attempts to resettle hundreds of exiles, a U.S. official said Thursday.
Tirana has offered to resettle some 210 members of the People’s Muhajedeen of Iran, or Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK) currently housed among about 3,000 people in Camp Liberty, near Baghdad.
State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the first 14 residents had left Wednesday “for permanent relocation in Albania.”
“The United States expresses its appreciation to the government of Albania for its generous humanitarian gesture,” she added in a statement.
But she also urged MEK leaders to “cooperate fully” with the relocation process being organized by the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees and to help U.N. monitors have access to camp residents.
“It is the responsibility of the MEK leadership to facilitate for the residents... free and unfettered access to U.N. human rights monitors,” she said.
A February mortar and rocket attack on Camp Liberty killed seven people, according to the group, and there has been deepening concern about the safety of the residents.
The MEK was founded in the 1960s to oppose the shah, and after the 1979 Islamic revolution that ousted him, the group took up arms against Iran’s clerical rulers.
Then Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein allowed the MEK to establish a base called Camp Ashraf, northeast of Baghdad, after he launched the 1980-88 war with Iran.
But almost all MEK members in Iraq have now moved to Camp Liberty from Camp Ashraf as part of a U.N.-backed process to resettle them outside the country.
The MEK says it has now laid down its arms and is working to overthrow the Islamic regime in Tehran by peaceful means. Britain struck the group off its terror list in June 2008, followed by the European Union in 2009 and the United States in September 2012.