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Politicians take paid speaking engagements in support of Iranian terror group

• Rawstory

An Iranian political group designated by the State Department as a terrorist organization is offering large payments to orators willing to speak at events on their behalf. Among those with connections to the organization, Mujahideen-e Khalq (MEK), are Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's chief foreign policy adviser and liberal politician Howard Dean.

MEK and its political arm, the National Council of Resistance of Iran, were discovered by Salon to be soliciting speakers for an event in Geneva.


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Comment by trevor
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Punchline of the day:

"These are obviously not terrorists, the former chairmen of the joint chiefs of staff will obviously not be consorting with terrorists."