Thursday, February 02, 2006


AL KAMEN, WASHINTON POST - Been a big week for those on the State Department's terrorist list. Al Qaeda has become a television production company. Hamas has taken over its own sort-of country. And now, it seems the Iranian terrorist group MEK, or Mujaheddin-e Khalq, which opposes the current government, got a positive mention from Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Speaking to reporters on her plane yesterday, Rice referred to it as a "dissident" group that helpfully exposed Iran's nuclear perfidy.

Article...(scroll down to "Life On The Terrorist List")

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