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Who Knows? Who Cares? - MP for Dohuk to Ashraf News: the Kurds do not like the MKO stay in Iraq - Living and Escaping a Terrorist Cult - Open Letter of  72 former Mojahedin Khalq members in Europe and North America to the UNHCR - Open letter of the sister of a member of the Terrorist Cult (MEK) to President Obama - No Exit: Human Rights Abuses Inside the Mojahedin Khalq Camps - Mr Arshad discolses atrocities of MEK in Geneva Human Rights Watch Summit - More Facts about Terrorist MEK of Maryam Rajavi - Terrorism: Americans in Paris, Bought by the MEK - Open Letter to the Mayer of Paris on the Occasion of Maryam Rajavi's Show in Paris - Open Letter of No to Terrorism and Cult Association to Mrs Azza Heikal - On the Occasion of Mayam Rajavi of Women Show on Feb 27, in Paris - Ex-Terrorist Cult MEK member warns the West about MEK's attrocites - Monsieur Bernard Cazeneuve le ministre de l’intérieur, de France ; - Sister of a Terrorist Cult member writes to UNHCR and Iraq Prime minister - A mother is seeking his son's release from Terrorist Cult MEK - A sister seeking his brother's freedom from terrorist Cult MEK - Cults are terrorists save our children from Cults, wrote mothers to UNHCR - Letter of MeK Cult membr's families to UNHCR to free them - Mother of Gholam Reza Shokri "Cult victim" write of UN Chief to free her son. - Letter of the parents of the victims of Rajavi's Cult to UNHCR to rescue them. - Families of members of Terrorist Cult MEK, lunched a campaign to free their beloved ones from terrorism - Open Letter of the sister of two Members of a terrorist group to free her brothers from terrorism - Terrorist Organizations Are Cults - Open letter of a High Ranking Dissident Member of PMOI (MEK) Mr. Hossein Nejad to Ulama al-Islam - Organisation des Moudjahidine de Peuples d'Iran OMPI (DIVISEES de Terroriste Culte Radjavi) - Peoples Mojahedin Organization of Iran (Splited from Rajavi’s Terrorist Cult) - Open letter of Peoples Mojahedin Khalq Iran (splitted from Rajavi Cult) to John R. Bolton - Terrorist Cult Groups must be prevented from becoming Terrorist Cult Governments - "The voices supporting the MEK are ignoring the lessons of some of the most catastrophic U.S. foreign-policy mistakes in the past few decades, urging Washington to repeat history - Terrorist Organizations Are Cults - How ISIS Recruits Around the World - As Thousands Drown Trying to Reach Freedom, Where is the U.S.? - In Attempt to Destabilize Western Economy, ISIS Will Mint Its Own Gold Dinar - Exposing those who support "Terrorism" - Social media finds Syrian refugee, dad Provides a New Start - Support Iran Deal Worldwide - Christians Asked About Israel And The Nuclear Deal With Iran - Bill O'Reilly comes out in strong support of President Obama Iran deal VIDEO - President Obama Talks Iran Nuke Deal with Jewish American Community - Jewish Broardcasting Services: Jews position on the Iran's Nuclear deal - Jews in NYC Protesting and Supporting Iran Nuclear Deal - Obama Inches Closer to Veto-Proof Support for Iran Nuclear Deal David Lerman - The Iran Nuclear Deal – A Simple Guide - Vote tally supporting Iran nuclear deal rises to 31 in Senate - Who are trying to repeat the Iraq experience (Creation of ISIS) again in Iran. - Who is Junaid Hussain? - ISIS terrorist ‘Jihadi John’ vows to attack Britain

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We believe the Iranian regime must be changed. NTCM also consists of ex-High Ranking members of MEK and National Council of resistance NCRI, who have been victims of suppression and sexual abuses by terrorist-cult MEK leaders, Masoud and Maryam Rajavi. We help MEK's victims (Women, Men and Children) to recover and report about it. We disclose the strategy set forth by the MEK cult to deceive the world about their real goals and nature, which is to bring down the Western Civilization and its Culture, by pretending to be liberals, freedom loving, women’s right advocates, and even against fundamentalism to utilize all the resources in the West to gain power, then comes as Rajavi puts it "Mek’s Glorious Victory to bring down the corrupt West". NTCM defends Democracy and Human Rights and strongly condemns terrorism in all its forms and under any excuse backed by any religion and their destructive theories by disclosing their atrocities.
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As Thousands Drown Trying to Reach Freedom, Where is the U.S.?

Refugees and migrants wait for a registration procedure at the port of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos, September 5, 2015. Greece is struggling to cope with the hundreds of migrants and refugees from the war in Syria making the short crossing every day from Turkey to Greece's eastern islands, including Kos, Lesbos, Samos and Agathonisi.    REUTERS/Dimitris Michalakis - RTX1R8VX

The U.S. used to be a beacon for those looking for a better life. Right now, the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world is just a news clip.
In the city where I grew up the town and the region around it was filled with people from far away places where danger and death had dominated their lives, forcing them to flee. It was a few years after World War II ended and much of their fear but none of their memories had been replaced with gratitude for where they lived and worked now, the United States of America.They arrived from Russia, Germany,  Poland, Italy, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Greece, France and a few from China. They came as strangers who spoke different languages, some with children, others with nothing but misery in their rear view mirror. 

They were tailors, laborers, a couple doctors, musicians, barbers, teachers, accountants and simple housewives, whole families that had been displaced and made casualties of fighting and hate that had not discriminated when it made so many human beings casualties of a conflict that dominated several continents.

Now, decades later there are others on the march, their struggle to escape similar torment and trouble being met with a fairly large dose of global indifference until one picture exposed the world to a growing parade of victims. The snapshot, of course, displayed the body of three year old Aylan Kurdi, taking a nap on a beach in Bodrum, Turkey. He wore blue shorts, a red tee shirt, his arms by his side on the sand, face half turned, eyes shut, the waves of blue water gently lapping the sand in the background. But he was not asleep. He was dead.

His mother Rihan was also dead. And so was his five year old brother Galip. All of them drowned when a small boat the family boarded to escape Syria capsized and sunk. Their father, Abdullah, survived only to be left with a life empty of his family but filled with remorse, regret and the reality of what war in Syria had given him: A hole in his heart that cannot ever be filled.

The world is an increasingly dangerous, troubled place. There are nations that seem to be ungovernable. Nations where violence and religious combat are as common as the sunrise.

There are countries built on a foundation of exporting terror. Other countries more determined to acquire weapons than create work for their citizens. They are led by people, almost none elected freely, who are either paranoid, corrupt, evil or incompetent. Many of them pose a daily and often lethal threat to all of us but none are in the direct line of fire more than their own citizens.

So, the sensible and the scared flee. They sell everything they have and leave behind all  they’ve  managed to acquire to escape places where prosperity and peace seem like a distant, absurd dream. They pay, to them, what amount to small fortunes to board boats that sink, walk miles more dangerous than dynamite, cross borders that are blocked to try and enter countries that ignore their vivid plight.

This is another shame of history.

In Europe, this human catastrophe has been greeted largely by chaos and political conflict. War in Syria and Iraq have destroyed those countries, pushing millions into Jordan and Turkey. For thousands, life boils down to a simple decision: risk death where they were born or risk death trying to escape. 

Yesterday, the Pope spoke about the sights and sounds that have amazingly been largely ignored by too many world leaders: “ May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary of Europe host a family, starting from my diocese of Rome.”

In the United States, the calamity consuming Europe is so far just another clip on TV, one more sad story streaming across a screen of a smart phone or a tablet. We have our own problems and our own politicians either trying to light fires or put out one blaze after another over the issue of our own recent  immigrants, many here illegally for years without papers.

The shot of dead, three year old Aylan Kurdi lying on a beach in Turkey, looking just like a tired little boy after a day running in the water, building sand castles, exhausted from fun? That’s pretty much forgotten, gone like skywriting quickly disappears.

The solutions range from the absurd to the impossible because our politics have become so damaged by fear, demagoguery and a fierce focus on ideology rather than the possibility of agreeing on something that works. Common sense becoming the ultimate casualty of candidates who listen to big money, pollsters and handlers more than their own soul or conscience.