To: nuconvert; faludeh_shirazi; DoctorZIn
Can I ask something?
Rajavi sounds like some piece of work.
I notice that faludeh_shirazi posted this thread, which essentially was an ad for a fundraiser for Bam and regime change in Iran. Two worthy causes, but as we know sometimes worthy sounding causes are not what they seem.
I notice that the iran-solidarity.org domain is registered to the same guy who resistered the domain for the political arm of Rajavi's group, and the same guy who registered a website for Rajavi's defense (awfully similar to the Free Mumia websites).
Not only did the same guy register all of them, they all are hosted on the exact same machine.
Can you guys explain that? What exactly are the opinions of the MEK/MKO here? What are the opinions of Rajavi?
Also, I have noticed quite a few ties between the SMCCDI and the TransNational Radical Party. What exactly is going on with that? What opinions of that do you all have?
To: William McKinley
First, since this caught my eye, TransNational Radical Party, I have to say I'm not familiar with them, though they are listed on the U.N.'s web site. Maybe someone else has information.
When it comes to charities, research is required to be assured that a donation is going to the desired recipient. The issue of charities was of some concern to me also, immediately following the Bam earthquake. People mean well, but you have to do your homework on these charities if you want to be sure.
"What exactly are the opinions of the MEK/MKO here? What are the opinions of Rajavi?"
Not quite sure what you're asking.
posted on 01/23/2004 4:33:00 PM PST
( It's a naive domestic Burgundy without any breeding, ..I think you'll be amused by its presumption)
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