Quote: Originally Posted by Niflmir
In the meantime how about they use those laws that criminalize material support for terrorism against the senators that have been supporting the MEK? Lest it become clear that the law is meant to create a two tier justice system...
If Iraq deports these people to Iran you know what the results will be as well as I.
The EU removed the MEK from their terror list after a court case.
Politicians promoting an organizations removal from a terror list - is it undermining the law or are they acting as elected officials.
National Council of Resistance of Iran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The European Union in May 2004 implied that NCRI is part of the MEK (rather than vice versa), but excluded the NCRI itself from a list of organisations considered to be terrorist organizations. Instead, the EU listed the MEK "minus the National Council of Resistance of Iran".
On Monday January 26, 2009, EU Council of Ministers agreed to remove the MEK from the EU terror list. The group said it was the outcome of a “seven-year-long legal and political battle”.