Navid Akhgar, the man who calls himself a writer and flattered the most hated regime in an interview a few days ago in
Navid Akhgar, the man who calls himself a writer and flattered the most hated regime in an interview a few days ago in Radio Israel, has called Mr. Ali Sepanlo, Iranian poet and writer, as the "Knight of Colonialism" for receiving art Knight from French government.
Navid Akhgar, following the current Don Quixote (Rajavi), attacks Mr. Sepanlo that why he hasn't devoted himself to Mrs. Rajavi, as Neda Hassani did!!!
Akhgar says: "who can't feel the tears of Masoud and his deep sadness, in his/her heart?"
God bless "Servantes" who introduced "Don Quixote" to the world many years ago.
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