Available at: http://www.iran-e-azad.org/english/
Home page of the supporters of the National Council of Resistance of Iran which is believed to have connections to MEK. Offers news and analyses.
Available at: http://www.mojahedin.org/indexenglish.html
Site offers access to news, the Iran Liberation Weekly, and online books by the National Council of Resistance of Iran.
Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK or MKO).
Available at: http://www.ict.org.il/
Site maintained by the International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism. Under the 'International Terrorism' section choose 'Terrorist Organization Profiles' then 'Mujahedin-e Khalq'. Offers sections titled: History, Terrorist Activity, Updates and Attacks.
** For additional internet sites, refer to the General Internet Resources section at the beginning of this bibliography.
Abrahamian, Ervand. The Iranian Mojahedin. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1989. 307 p.
Book call no.: 955.053 A159i
Anderson, Sean and Sloan, Stephen. Historical Dictionary of Terrorism. Metuchen, NJ, Scarecrow Press, 1995. 452 p.
Mujahideen - Iran, pp 226-228.
Book call no.: R 303.62503 A594h
Defense & Foreign Affairs Handbook 1999. Alexandria, VA, International Strategic Studies Association, 1999. 1760 p.
Iran: History, pp 685-694.
Book call no.: R 355 D313 1999
Facts on File, 1999. New York, Facts on File, 1999. 1 vol.
Iran: Opposition Group Kills General, April 15, 1999, p 274.
Book call no.: R 909.82 F11 1999
Facts on File, 2000. New York, Facts on File, 2000. 1 vol.
International Encyclopedia of Terrorism. Chicago, IL, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997. 805 p.
Jane's Sentinel: The Gulf States. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2000. 541 p.
Jane's World Insurgency and Terrorism. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 1999. 520 p.
Mawsilili, Ahmad. Historical Dictionary of Islamic Fundamentalist Movements in the Arab World, Iran, and Turkey. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 1999. 401 p.
Milani, Mohsen M. The Making of Iran's Islamic Revolution: From Monarchy to Islamic Republic. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1988. 361 p.
Patterns of Global Terrorism: 1999. Washington, U.S. Dept of State, April 2000. 107 p.
Reeve, Simon. The New Jackals: Ramzi Yousef, Osama Bin Laden and the Future of Terrorism. Boston, MA, Northeastern University Press, 1999. 294 p.
Russell, Malcolm B. The Middle East and South Asia 1999. 33rd ed. Washington, Stryker-Post, 1999. 257 p.
Terrorism in Context, edited by Martha Crenshaw. University Park, PA, Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995. 633 p.
Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. The People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran, by Kenneth Katzman. Washington, Nov 1992. 6 p.
Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Terrorism: Middle Eastern Groups and State Sponsors, 1999, by Kenneth Katzman. Washington, GPO, August 1999. 37 p.
Barzin, Saeed. Proxy Warriors. Middle East International No.627:16 June 16, 2000.
Boyne, Sean. Tehran Targets Iraq-Based Rebel Forces. Jane's Intelligence Review 12:20-23 April 2000.
Burns, John F. Left-Wing Group in Iran Fires Mortars at a Military Base. New York Times, p A4, March 14, 2000.
Commentary on U.S. "Two-Faced Policy" on MKO. Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report: Near East & South Asia, p 70, November 16, 1994.
Dissidents Claim a Mortar in Teheran (against the Intelligence Ministry). New York Times, p A6, February 1, 1999.
Entessar, Nader. Factional Politics in Post-Khomeini Iran: Domestic and Foreign Policy Implications. Journal of South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 17:21-43 Summer 1994.
Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report: Near East & South Asia.
Gelb, Norman. The Problem of Iranian Resistance. New Leader 80:6-7 November 3, 1997.
Iran. Pinkerton Global Intelligence Services 2000.
Iran: Events in Tehran Become More Tense and Complicated (attacks by Mujahedin-e-Khalq). Pinkerton Risk Assessment Services Weekly 1998 15, no.23:3-4 June 5, 1998.
Iran's Army: Don't Count on Us, Ayatollah. Economist 332:34 August 27, 1994.
Iraq: Capital Hit by Rockets. Pinkerton Global Intelligence Services 2000. 17:9 May 5, 2000.
Kirschten, Dick. Who's the Real Terrorist? National Journal 26:2284-2285 October 1, 1994.
Miller, Bill. 2 Groups Appeal Designation as Terror Organizations. Washington Post, p A2, March 14, 1999.
Miller, Bill. State Department Listing of Terror Groups Upheld. Washington Post, p A12, June 26, 1999.
Mojahedin-E-Khalq Claims Responsibility for Esfahan Attack. Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report: Near East and South Asia, p 52, April 25, 1996.
Mojahedin-e Khalq Denies Pressure by Baghdad. Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Report: Near East and South Asia, p 64, November 22, 1995.
Sciolino, Elaine. Iraq Builds Base for Rebels Fighting Iran, U.S. Contends. New York Times, p A3, March 24, 2000.
Overview - National Council of Resistance of Iran
Monday, 13 June 2005 --- National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), a broad coalition of democratic Iranian organizations, groups and personalities, was founded in 1981 in Tehran upon the initiative of Massoud Rajavi, the Leader of the Iranian Resistance.Parliament in ExileThe NCRI has 550 members, including representatives of ethnic and religious minorities such as the Kurds, Baluchis, Armenians, Jews and Zoroastrians, representing a broad spectrum of political tendencies in Iran. Acting as parliament in exile, the NCRI aims to establish a democratic, secular and coalition government in Iran.Women comprise 50% of the council’s members. Five organizations are also members of the NCRI, including the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran, the largest and most popular resistance group inside Iran.Democratic decision-makingAll members of the Council have one vote. All decisions are adopted by a simple majority.