The Tigers, which got an easy ride in Canada from the Liberal government, are the 39th terrorist group to be outlawed under Canada’s post 9/11 Anti-Terrorism Act, and the first added to the list by the new Conservative government of Stephen Harper.
This made me take a look at Canada's anti-terror list which also includes an Iranian terrorist group named MEK/NCRI. The group added to the list last year, a bit late, but a very good move by the former Canadian government led by Paul Martin.
The detail about MEK/NCRI can be found here and the description of the group is the best I have read on the web. No other description is close to what Canadians wrote.
Unfortunately, this group is still doing business in Canada by selling its propaganda paper, asking for money from Iranian expat living in the country and hold rallies. I have no idea how effective this anti-terror list can be but the description of the terrorist MEK in this list is an eye opener - That is a part of the Canadian gov't description of MEK:
It subscribes to an eclectic ideology that combines its own interpretation of Shiite Islamism with Marxist principles. The group aspires to overthrow the current regime in Iran and to establish a democratic, socialist Islamic republic. This Islamic socialism can only be attained through the destruction of the existing regime and the elimination of Western influence, described as "Westoxication" . To achieve this Islamic ideology, the use of physical force, armed struggle or jihad is necessary. Besides having had an alliance with Saddam Hussein, the organization has or had ties with: Amal, the Kurdish Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI), the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Al Fatah, and other Palestinian factions. The MEK is even suspected of past collusion with the regime of the Taliban in Afghanistan.