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

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

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

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

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.

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

Leila and Mojgan Giuka children of Rahim

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.

His daughter Leila was only two years old when Rahim left Iran. “My father and I have never heard each other’s voice”, she says. Leila has no memory of her father. Only an old photograph of his father’s youth remains, which she has enlarged, colored and framed.

Rahim Giukan is currently in the MEK camp in Albania. He is not allowed to visit or contact his family after 39 years. Some former members have provided news and information about him to his family. He now has 7 grandchildren. Does he know about it?

Atefeh Nadalian

Lawyer Ms. Atefeh Nadalian

Mozhgan and Leila came to the office of the Nejat Society in Tehran to get news from their father and take it to the rest of the family. They also gave a video message so that it might somehow reach the father and he could at least write a letter to them.

Mozhgan says in a message to his father Rahim: “I want to know why the MEK does not allow the members to contact their families. They can have at least one call with their families and ask them how they are and let them know what they are doing”.

And Leila tells her father: “It is the just right of a daughter to hear her father’s voice for the first time at the age of forty-one, and I wish this right exists for you and to be considered for us so that we can communicate with you”. She continues: “My mother is old now and we miss seeing you,”

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open LetterAtefeh 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 

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

Atefeh Nadalian

Lawyer Ms. Atefeh Nadalian

Translated by Iran Interlink 

Rajavi cult (MEK, MKO) reveals its own nature in an open letter

Review of the open letter of some members of the MEK to Albanian officials

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.

Reviewing this open letter reveals some facts about the reactionary nature of the leaders of the Rajavi cult. In the letter, along with dealing with various irrelevant topics, the main problem of the cult is mentioned.

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

Seemingly, this very big crime is enough to threaten the cultic attitude and authoritarian system of the Rajavi cult so that it considers Gazeta Impakt’s coverage as a big security conspiracy against the residents of the isolated and remote camp of the MEK in Albania, and therefore asks the Albanian judiciary to prosecute and suppress this site and its management. The site has been measured by the cult as endangering the security of the MEK.

The letter addressed to Albanian officials, in an authoritative tone, complains against civil activist Olsi Jazexhi, lawyer Migena Balla, and journalist Gjergji Thanasi about why these people in Albania have freedom of expression, and why they are not like some corrupt officials serving the Mafia and the MEK, or rather the US Embassy in Tirana.

According to the cult, these people have other crimes as well. They have also sympathized with the former MEK members in Albania, who the MEK and the Albanian government are trying to pressurize. And they have expressed their sympathies for the family of Somayeh Mohammadi and other families who have arrived in Albania.

This letter clearly reveals the nature and image of the MEK. Suppose that Massoud and Maryam Rajavi get to rule in Iran and a person or a site states something that they do not like, then what happens? The person will definitely be called a terrorist and their action judged as a conspiracy against security, and then the person will be prosecuted and condemned.

When elderly mothers, fathers, and spouses who simply want to communicate with their loved ones in the Rajavi cult’s camp in Albania are called terrorists, who can be considered not a terrorist by the leaders of the cult?

When the actions of three ordinary Albanian citizens, expressing compassion and reflecting the wishes of the suffering families and former members are called terrorism, what sort of action would not be considered terrorism?

And when the MEK shows so much weakness and resentment against the rightful demands of the families and does not tolerate it and reacts hysterically, what kind of people’s demands of human rights and justice will it recognize and accept?

Fortunately, the leaders of the Rajavi cult are increasingly revealing their cultic and dictatorial nature.

Atefeh Nadalian 

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Rajavi Cult Reveals Own Nature In An Open Letter

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