Europe’s Extreme Right is in Bed with MEK

Alejo Vidal-Quadras (Wikimedia Commons/Jfuertesf)

by Eldar Mamedov Until recently Spain was the envy of Europe. While in most countries the resurgence of the populist right was reshaping national politics, Spain was able to dodge the trend: a centre-right government lost power six months ago… Continue Reading  

The MEK and the Bankrupt U.S. Policy on Iran

Maryam Rajavi (Apa Iceurope via Flickr)

by Paul R. Pillar Among the many indicators of misdirection in the Trump administration’s policy toward Iran, one of the clearest is the fondness for the cult-cum-terrorist group known as the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). National Security Advisor John Bolton and… Continue Reading  

Europe’s Iran Dilemma

Anders Samuelsen (Wikimedia Commons)

by Julien Barnes-Dacey & Ellie Geranmayeh Earlier this week, Denmark’s foreign ministry accused Iran of planning an assassination on Danish soil. According to Foreign Minister Anders Samuelsen, the plot targeted the leader of Iranian separatist group the Arab Struggle Movement… Continue Reading  

Saudi Arabia and Iran: Pot Calling Kettle Black on Exiles

Lars Lokke Rasmussen (Johannes Jansson/norden.org)

by James M. Dorsey If Saudi Arabia is under pressure to give chapter and verse on the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in its consulate in Istanbul, Iran risks straining relations with Europe at a time that it needs European… Continue Reading  

False Flag Op In Albania Would Drive A Wedge Between The EU And Iran

16 MEK graves in the public cemetery in Tirana, Albaniam in 2018 (Anne Khodabandeh)

by Anne and Massoud Khodabandeh President Trump’s floundering Iran policy was firmed up earlier this month when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a new ‘Iran Action Group’. According to Pompeo, “The Iran Action Group will be responsible [for] directing,… Continue Reading