Dear Ms. Ansari,
You wrote: "Iranians must also be cognizant of the money trail that has supported this organization. Wherever that money comes from is where an agenda against the interests of Iranian nation has been developing. Mojahedin-e Khalgh by themselves are nothing to worry about, as they have no financial resources and no credibility and no real, free membership. If the funding is cut off, their existence will end. Who has been funding them for all these years anyway? Find the source."
1. Are YOU willing to also call for an investigation (by FBI, Homeland Security, or other law enforcement agencies) of every single member of NIAC and every single person who has made a financial contribution to NIAC? The purpose being to investigat to see whether ANY ONE of them has any relationship to the VF regime.
2. In other words, are YOU willing to also apply this to NIAC as well, or do you have a double-standard?
I look forward to your honest answer.
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