The U.S. State Department considers the MEK a terrorist organization meaning no American can deal with it; U.S. banks must freeze its assets; and any American giving support to its members is committing a crime.Well, the world is a complicated place. And one man's terrorist is another man's freedom figh....oh, wait. That's not right. Is it?
The U.S. military, though, regularly escorts MEK supply runs between Baghdad and its base, Camp Ashraf.
"The trips for procurement of logistical needs also take place under the control and protection of the MPs," said Mojgan Parsaii, vice president of MEK and leader of Camp Ashraf.
MORAL CLARITY WATCH....ABC News has reported that the United States is funneling money to Jundullah, a Sunni terrorist group based in western Pakistan. The New York Times has reported that the United States allows arms deliveries from North Korea to flow to Ethiopia. And now, via Ken Silverstein, CNN's Michael Ware is reporting that the U.S. military provides protection for the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq (MEK), an Iraqi-based group listed as a terrorist organization by the State Department: