Maryam Rajavi wants to import terrorists to Norway

Open Letter to Norway's Prime Minister

November 28, 2006

To: Office of the Prime Minister
Akersget 42
PO Box 8001 Dep
0030 Oslo

Dear Jens Stoltenberg,

According to Arabic website nahrainnet.net (see the report below) Maryam Rajavi handed over to some Norwegian MPs a list of MKO members in Camp Ashraf Iraq whom she wants to be given asylum in the west.

It is remarkable that the more Maryam Rajavi comes out of her base in Auvers sur Oise and the more she meets with politicians and media, the more gaffes she gives. For this reason, we wholeheartedly welcome more such meetings and visits.

In this particular case, during her trip to Norway on the private invitation of some non Rajavi-cult members in the Norwegian parliament, Mrs Rajavi apparently handed over a list of individuals who are currently in Camp Ashraf to at least one MP.

Realising that her terrorist base Camp Ashraf will be dismantled in a matter of months if not weeks, Rajavi's mission is now to retain her most useful, loyal cult members by bringing them to the west. She has tasked some Norwegian MPs with abusing their country's immigration system in order to import a group of terrorists into Norway and to grant them political asylum.

Clearly, any list of valued members concocted by Maryam Rajavi certainly comprises a list of 'most wanted' terrorists for western governments. It is equivalent to a leading member of Hizb ut Tahrir giving a list of Osama bin Laden's most trusted lieutenants to the UK government and asking for them to be given asylum there. The first thing the Norwegian MP should do is to hand this list not to Norway's immigration service but to Interpol so that these individuals can be added to the list of MKO members wanted for crimes against humanity and for war crimes.

Members of Parliament should ask why Maryam Rajavi wants these particular people and not others and why she left them in Iraq in 2003 when she and around 300 others escaped the country.

The answer is straightforward if anyone is honest enough to acknowledge it. These precious members whom Rajavi is now trying to rescue from Iraq were her most ruthless repressive agents in Camp Ashraf. It is they who, for three and a half years, have imposed absolute control over the members using Rajavi's infamous system of psychological coercion, extrajudicial punishments and a constant bombardment of lies, deception and misinformation under conditions of isolation and enslavement.

Does the west want to offer these individuals political asylum?

Yours Sincerely

Massoud Khodabandeh
Iran-Interlink.org

cc
Norwegian Immigration Service
Interpol
 

 

Article from nahrainnet.net:

A number of press sources in Norway revealed that during her recent visit to Oslo, Maryam Rajavi held two rounds of meetings with Israeli diplomats.

There's no word on the content of these secret meetings, which were held under tight security measures but some of observers say that Iran's nuclear program has been possibly on the agenda.

Sources add that in her meeting with a number of Norwegian MPs, Maryam Rajavi asked parliamentarians to pave the way for accepting Iraqi-based MKO members in Norway as refugees.

Observers believe that Rajavi's visit to Norway was conducted with the green light by the US and it seems that the US has allowed Maryam Rajavi to start efforts to win the support of European countries after they (Americans) couldn't find a solution for the presence of this group in Iraq.

The only commonality between the US and the MKO (listed by the US as a terrorist organization) is group's opposition to Iran's Islamic republic.

MKO was the ally of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Saddam supported them by all means and gave them money, weapons and landů and even equipped them with heavy weaponries such as tanks and artillery to conduct operations against Iranians.

Members of this organization believe in a mixture of Islam and Marxism. They are militants who were trained to work with light and heavy weapons. They have operated against Iran by wide military operation in 1988 and by assassinating Iranian religious and political figures during 90s. Members of this organization had an active role in suppressing iraqis' Sha'banieh uprising in 1991 along with Saddam's Republican Guards.

MKO is currently under the protection of US forces in Camp Ashraf; the protection is against possible attacks by Iraqis.

Meanwhile, there are undeniable evidences indicating continued cooperation between senior US officers and MKO members in Iraq. A representative from the group contacts US embassy in Iraq on daily basis in order to solve the problems of the group and meet their needs.

Most of MKO members speak fluently in local Arabic (of Iraq) and this helps them cover their Iranian identity from Iraqi people. As stated by Iraqi Prime Minister Mr. Nuri al-Maliki, this group interferes in Iraq's internal affairs. In his speech on June 19, Mr. al-Maliki asked for the expulsion of MKO members from Iraq.

In a press conference at that time, Maliki said: "Mojahedin-e Khalq organization, trying to overthrow the Iranian regime, is widely interfering in Iraq's political and social affairs."

 

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