Monday, November 28, 2011

According to US: there are good terrorists and bad terrorists

"Ali Safavi, who runs a pro-M.E.K. group in Washington called Near East Policy Research, says the money comes from wealthy Iranian expatriates in the United States and Europe. Because “material support” to a designated terrorist group is a crime, advocates insist that the money goes only to sympathizers and not to the M.E.K. itself."  If an Arab group were to form (and fund raise for) a support group for an Arab group that is listed as a terrorist organization (like Hamas or Hizbullah), do you think that the group would survive a day outside of jail?  Also, the article said:  "While the M.E.K. carried out a campaign of attacks from the 1970s to the 1990s, mostly targeting Iranian officials."  I think that you forgot car bombs by the group.