Back in 1997, the Clinton Administration stupidly blacklisted the MEK freedom fighters by putting them on the US State Department list of foreign terrorist organizations in order to appeace false "reformist" then-Iranian terror "President" Mohammad Khatami. Of course, the MEK has NOT been involved in any anti-American terror act since the 1970s and denounced violence back in 2001. After the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq, the MEK has been nothing but cooperative with US forces and handed their weapons over to the US-led coalition. The people of Camp Ashraf accepted protection status under the 4th Geneva Convention. Yet Iran and their terror proxies [including those within the new Iraqi Government] continue with their terrorist activities against the heroic people in Camp Ashraf, who are massacred daily for daring to publicly and heroically oppose Iranian terrorism on Iraqi soil. On September 2012, the Obama Administration finally removed the MEK from the terror list, which was clearly a step in the right direction. There is absolutely NO evidence of MEK terrorism in Iraq. Contrary to Iranian disinformation propaganda, there is NO evidence of the MEK posing any kind of terrorist threat. Yet even with the Obama Administration starting to finally become tougher on Iran at the end of Ahmadinejad's "Presidency", the Obama Administration is going back to appease Iran mode, as the world again tries to again kiss up to the false "reformists" and "moderates" in Iran's regime. Now the world wants to kiss up to Rouhouni when it comes to talks about Iran's nuclear weapons program. But history shows that Rouhouni, as chief negotiator, tried to do what he could to decieve the world so they can continue with their nuclear weapons program behind the world's back. The question is: Will Obama make the same mistake as Clinton and stupidly list an Iranian opposition group as a terrorist organization?
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