Author: Atefeh Nadalian

Leila Giukan: “ My father and I have never heard each other’s voice ”

Posted on: 2020/08/24

Atefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, August 23 2020:… Rahim Giukan was born in March 1945. In 1981, while a supporter of the Mojahedin-e Khalq (MEK), he fled and in 1982, he left the country and went to Pakistan and then Iraq and joined the organization. At that time he had a wife and four children. His wife, Ms. Behjat Sediqi, raised their children Mozhgan, Mehran, Mohsen and Leila with great difficulty in the absence of their father. She was both a mother and a father to their children. The children are educated and married and have jobs and children, and of course they always felt and feel the father’s absence in their lives. No information was available on Rahim Giukan during these years. Leila Giukan: “My father and I have never heard each other’s voice” 

Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi is a pushover

Posted on: 2020/08/15

Atefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, August 15 2020:… Ehsan Bidi is now free in Albania, and Albanian officials have apologized to him, but this is just the beginning. In addition to Mr. Ehsan Bidi and his unparalleled one-year resistance, thanks to political activist Mr. Olsi Yazeji, journalist Mr. Gjergji Thanasi, and lawyer Ms. Migena Balla, and many other Albanian politicians, journalists, and lawyers who have worked in this direction and of course, they were insulted, slandered and threatened by the Rajavi cult, as well as the former members’ activities in Albania and the families in Europe. Rajavi’s conspiracy could not have been thwarted without their tireless efforts. Maryam Rajavi imagined Ehsan Bidi a pushover

A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

Posted on: 2020/07/13

Atefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, July 13 2020:… Saddam Hussein’s regime was widely regarded as the sole state supporter of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, Rajavi Cult). Massoud Rajavi went to Iraq in June 1986 after meeting with then Iraqi Foreign Minister and Vice President Tariq Aziz, and moved his forces there, forming the National Liberation Army as a ‘private army’ in Saddam Hussein’s military and security system. At that time Iraq became the main stronghold of the MEK, and Saddam Hussein became the only state supporter of Massoud Rajavi and his armed forces. A Step Further Than Saddam Hussein!

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Posted on: 2020/07/03

Atefeh Nadalian, Nejat Society, July 02 2020:… The websites affiliated to the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MEK, MKO, or Rajavi cult) have published an article titled ‘An open letter from a number of members of the MEK in Ashraf 3 in Manza to the Albanian officials’ on June 24, 2020, signed by a number of cult members. The focus of the cult members’ attack is “an Albanian-language website called Gazeta Impakt”. The crime committed by this site apparently is that it reflects the desires of the suffering families of the members of the Rajavi cult to communicate with their loved ones trapped in the MEK camp in Albania. Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter