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Nejat Newsletter No.111

Nejat Newsletter No.111


– MEK’s activities and criminality is just beginning to be told 

Atefeh Sebdani, one of the children the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) whose lived experience within group has been depicted in the recently released documentary “Children of Camp Ashraf”, states that the revelations on MEK’s crimes against their

Nejat Newsletter No.111

Nejat Newsletter No.111

own children has just begun. . . . Prior to the release of Sara Moien’s documentary, Atefeh posted a note on her Facebook. She began with the Goteborg Film Festival’s description about the film.

– Why MEK protest against a movie they have not seen yet? 

The director of the documentary “Children of Camp Ashraf” in an interview raises a question that simply challenges the claim of democracy and freedom of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). Sara Moin, the director of the controversial documentary about the children of Camp Ashraf, was interviewed by Ahmad Rafat of Kayhan London.

– Luisa Hommerich recommends “Children of Camp Ashraf”

the life story of Amin Gol Maryami, one of the former child soldiers of the group. In this article, the situation of the MEK children who were separated from their parents, smuggled to Europe and settled in Germany was discussed and eventually accusations were made against the group. As expected, it resulted in the reaction of the MEK against the German magazine.

– “This film is a proof against the MEK lies about Ashraf children 

Amir Vafa Yaghmai, a former child soldier of the Mujahedin -e Khalq (MEK) and one of the 4 people who appears in the documentary Children of Camp Ashraf, responded to the accusations of the group against the film’s crew in an interview with Mihan TVI. He announced his willingness to answer the audience’s questions in order to reveal the true nature of the MEK

– Report on the Premier of “Children of Camp Ashraf” at the Goteborg Festival

At the end of the movie, the crowd of Swedish spectators in the hall faced the tumult by the supporters of the MEK who were trying to convince the jury and the audience in the hall in non-Swedish languages that the film not based on truth.

– About 23k Iranian civilians killed in terrorist attacks in 4 decades

Secretary of Iran’s High Council for Hu[1]man Rights Kazem Gharibabadi has said that as many as 23,000 Iranian civilians have been killed in terrorist attacks over the past four decades. Gharibabadi made the remarks on Tues[1]day on the sideline of the fourth court for the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) members in Tehran, adding that Iran is the biggest victim of terrorism in the world.

– A letter to my brother; hostage at MEK Camp

believe me, we will never forget you. I always think of your return. I always wonder even though you were a person of thought and logic, how can you spend your life in vanity and nonsense in this cult[1]like group? And with what logic do you convince you..

– Yaser, a murdered child soldier of Camp Ashra

Yaser was no more than 25 years old when he died. His two siblings managed to escape from the organization, but Yaser, who was not interested to stay in Camp Ashraf, became a victim of Masoud and Maryam Rajavi’s conspiracies to run their cult.

– How the media can change the life of MEK hostages

As a destructive cult, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) keep its members in isolation. Members of the group has no access to the media. They are not allowed to contact the outside world by any means. The only accessible media is the group’s TV channel which censures the news in accordance with the ideology of the Cult

– Trial of 104 leaders of the MEK | 10 sessions held

The tenth and last session of this year’s largest public court of the leaders of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) was held on Tuesday, February 6th, 2024. In the sessions of this court, which started on December 21 of this year, the indictments of 104 actual defendants and one legal defendant from the MEK was read, and the statements of the plaintiffs and informants, the families of the victims, and the defense of the defendants’ lawyers were heard.

– Nowruz Festival— Nowruz marks new beginning

For more than 300 million people around the world, it is a time for family and friends to come together, reflect on the past and look forward to a brighter future. Nowruz is also a celebration of humanity’s rich cultural heritage and diversity. And a chance – for all of us – to be guided by its values of peace, dialogue and solidarity..

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