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Nejat Newsletter No.113

Newsletter no.113


– From Victim to Victor, Ex-Member in the Trial of MEK leaders
Ali Ekrami, a former member of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and the current head of Nejat Society’s office in Ahvaz, Khuzestan, participated in the 11th hearing of the MEK’s charges. Ali Ekrami was a victim of the MEK’s cult-like system. He left the group 18 years ago. He was a member of the group for 25 years.

– What we expect from the Albanian government?
More than 7 years have passed since September 2015, when the relocation of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) from Iraq to Albania was completed. The group has been settled in the territory of a European country, Albania, which is one of the signatories of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR). But they still behave as if they are under the umbrella of the former dictator of Iraq, Saddam Hussein;

– RTSH Interview with Nejat Society Albania’s media manager
The Albanian Radio and Television (RTSH) interviewed Aldo Sulollari. The morning show hosted by Angelo Shkreli, received the journalist Aldo Sulollari to talk about his latest projects.
The interview went on with a lot of humor but also spicy moments about the media and social projects that the journalist Aldo Sulollari has recently promoted to the Albanian public

– Atefeh Sebdani’s Episode on SVT Story, Swedish Channel1
Channel One of Swedish TV broadcasts a documentary about the life of Atefeh Sebdani. Atefeh Sebdani is one of the children of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) who was separated from her parents at the age of 5 and was smuggled from Iraq to Sweden with her two younger brothers. On April 3, SVT story of Sweden’s Channel One will release this 29-minute documentary on the life of Atefeh Sebdani, titled “The Moment That Changed Life”.

– Why is Maryam Rajavi so hated by Iranians?
These days, admire and hope for the women of Iran is viral but not because of Maryam Rajavi. Given
the history of the Mujahedin e-Khalq (MEK), the group is extremely unpopular. It is hated by both pro-Iranian govt people and anti-Iranian govt people. Basically, everyone in Iran hates them.

– Baluchi separatists, MEK’s last resort to survive
Ignored by the Iranian society, the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) have to resort to any force which may help
them survive on the Iranian political scene. Their propaganda focuses on the activities of their so-called
resistance units and the latter focuses on Baluch separatists. The evidence can be seen in the MEK’s TV
channel and websites

– Young girls witnessed their mother’s murder by MEK terrorists
The Eskandari family is one of the plaintiffs of the trial of the leaders of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK). Eshrat Eskandari, the mother, was killed by 8 bullets fired by the terror team of the MEK

– My life experience with the MEK
Mohammad Reza Torabi nicknamed “Ray”, former child soldier of the Mujahedin-e Khalq
(MEK) has recently published a thread in his personal account on X social network on his life experience with the group. He was a member of the MEK’s army for 18 years. He left the group after it was relocated in Albania

– Atefeh Sebdani’s autobiography to be translated in Persian 5
Atefeh Sebdani’s autobiography will be published in Persian. The Former child soldier of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), Atefeh Sebdani announced on her Facebook account that her book will be published in Persian soon.

– How important is the trial of the MEK leaders?
One of the important events in the past year was the historical trial of the lead ers of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK) and a number of its high-ranking members by the Iranian Judiciary. The trial is considered a turning point in the history of the biggest cult-like terrorist group in Iran.

– The Judge called on Albanians and International bodies to take action against MEK
Judge Dehghani called on People and Albanian government to extradite the defendants of Tehran court who reside in Albania. He also asked the international bodies and other countries hosting individuals out of the 104 accused ones to take action in order to bring them to justice. As the heading official who presides over court proceedings of the trial of the leaders and 102 high-ranking members of the Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK), began the recently held court session by addressing the international organizations and certain countries that host the MEK leaders: “
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