Your Excellency Ayatollah Khamenei, the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran
This is the first time I am writing a letter addressed to you; it will also be the last time I am addressing you, because I believe you do not possess the merits to lead a democratic country and system. You know very well that you took the helm of leadership through deception, lies, hypocrisy, and duplicity, and have attained the title of “ayatollah” through recommendation and expediency, and have become undeservedly the leader of Iran after the death of Imam Khomeini. In any case, fate was such that you are leading a country that eight million of its people are living among the diaspora and are unable to return to their homeland as a result of your incompetence and establishment of a non-democratic dictatorial system. I hope you will read this letter written by a son of this land, or at least [I hope] it is passed on to you after your “anonymous agents” have read it.
I was seven years old when I stepped foot in a society that its inception was marked by the rule of Khomeini and people like you and your powerful gang. I began to work at the age of seven as a result of poverty. My parents were also working hard. I had to knock on every door to buy warm clothes for the winters. I will never forget the days I would knock on any door in Tehran to make a miser earning and ask any decent and indecent person for help. I will never forge… >>>