Thursday, June 19, 2003

It's been so long since I last talked about the anti-Iranian Saddam-backed terrorist group Mujahadeen-e Khalq that I won't even bother to dig it out of my archives. France has recently cracked down on the group, and some of its members have been dramatically setting themselves on fire in protest. Hoder, the most widely read Iranian blogger, has some comments on what Iranians think of the group. His first sentence: "Imagine the American Talib, John Walker Lindh, times 30,000 or 40,000." Naturally, some in Congress and elsewhere wanted the U.S. to work with these people, including Daniel Pipes, whom President Bush has nominated to the Board of Directors for the Institute of Peace.


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