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On January 15, 2003, a full-page advertisement appeared in the New York Times (page A19): 150 Members of U.S. Congress Declare Support for the People's Mojahedin (PMOI), Call for an End to Iran's Terrorist Regime. This advertisement contained the names of only 6 of the signers of the Iran Statement: Democrats Bob Filner (California), Sheila Jackson-Lee (Texas), Edolphus Towns (New York); Republicans Lincoln Diaz-Balart (Florida), Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida), Tom Tancredo (Colorado). Shortly after this advertisement appeared, American soldiers went to war in Iraq and killed some of these Saddam Hussein-supported Marxist terrorists (as classified by the State Departments of Presidents Bill Clinton and of George W. Bush) in Camp Ashraf, Iraq. In June 2003, the French police arrested a leader (Maryam Rajavi) and many supporters. Some members of this communist cult responded by burning themselves to death. Known also as: MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult, Pol Pot of Iran. The Fox News Channel retained as an analyst and “conservative” media promote Alireza Jafarzadeh, who operated for many years from the National Press Building as a spokesperson for this group's press office, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). According to the State Department, the MEK murdered American military officers and Rockwell International employees. The American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) has promoted the Iran Freedom Support Act and Christian Zionist ministers who have betrayed Christian values. Christian soldiers should not be dying to promote the apostasy of false prophets and of the Antichrist: dispensationalism and dual covenants. Anti-war critics are correct in criticizing chicken hawks, neoconservatives (neo-Trotskyites), and other traitors who support the MEK and reject Americans' traditional values. To view Persian (Farsi) fonts, set Internet Explorer: View--Encoding--Unicode (UTF-8) or Arabic (Windows). Turn off: Auto-Select.
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