June 27, 2017

MEK must be removed from the List

Le Soir (Belgian Daily)Saturday, 09 June 2007 Belgium – The EU Council is planning to keep MEK in the terrorist list again. It seems that the Council is not paying attention to the verdict of EU Court of Justice issued on December 12th which ruled in favor of Mojahedin. (The Council did not even appeal […]

Is People’s Mojahedin Organization Terrorist?

Frankfurter Allgemeine ZeitungMonday June 4, 2007 Danish Parliament has an EU Committee which investigated the EU Council of Minister’s decision on June 2nd. According to members of this committee ignoring the ruling of EU Court to remove People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) from the terrorist list is a disaster. Read More

Drop Iranian opposition group from terror list: demonstrators

Canadian PressThursday, 19 April 2007 OTTAWA – Several hundred chanting, flag-waving demonstrators paraded on Parliament Hill on Thursday, urging the government to drop an Iranian opposition group from the formal list of banned, terrorist organizations. The protesters, many of them Iranian emigres, said the PMOI, the People’s Mujahedeen Organization of Iran, offers secular opponents of […]

Iranian Resistance Group Challenges EU Terror Listing

Voice of America 10 May 2007 An Iranian resistance group has gone to court to force the European Union to remove the organization from a terror blacklist and pay it $1.4 million in damages. At a news conference Thursday in Brussels, lawyers representing the People’s Mujahadeen Organization of Iran complained that the EU continued to […]

European Union Makes Two Mistakes with Iran

Thursday, 05 April 2007 NCRI – The Swedish newspaper Dagen, published on 29 March an article calling the Swedish government and the European Union to abide by the ruling of the European Court of Justice and remove the name of the People’s Mojahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI) from the terror list.Erik Wahlberg, a jurist and […]

British and French unlawful efforts to appease mullahs by maintaining the PMOI in the terror list

Thursday, 29 March 2007NCRI – In a press conference in Brussels on March 28, senior members of the European Parliament from different political groups condemned British and French insistence to defy the ruling of the European Communities’ Court annulling terrorist designation of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran. By exposing their efforts, they called for […]

Iran: A New Mullah – EU Deal

Wednesday, 28 March 2007 NCRI – Pursuing their policy of appeasement, some European Union states have told the mullahs they will do their best to maintain the PMOI on the terror list, ignoring the fact that the European Court of Justice stated this to be illegal. They hope this measure will lead to Tehran stopping […]

How the UK flouts the law to serve Iran

Sunday TelegraphMarch 17, 2007By Christopher Booker The ruthlessness with which our Government enforces EU law against its citizens strikingly contrasts with its eagerness on occasion to flout EU law itself. One of the murkier chapters in our foreign policy in recent years has been the Foreign Office’s readiness to appease the dictatorial regime in Iran, […]

Four ways to act against Ahmadinejad

The Daily TelegraphThursday, 15 February 2007 By Joshua Rozenberg, Legal Editor (Excerpts)Diplomatic pressure should be targeted at isolating the president of Iran before further, fateful steps are contemplated, we argued in our leader columns this week. Quite right. But what prospect is there of using the courts to undermine Mahmoud Ahmadinejad? … Irwin Cotler, a […]

Tehran’s deal to get PMOI extradited fails

Thursday, 18 January 2007Agence France Presse LONDON – Iran offered to cut off aid and support for the Lebanese Shiite militia Hezbollah and the Palestinian group Hamas, and promised full transparency on its nuclear program in a secret letter to the United States soon after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the British media reported. According […]