[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]


In the Name of God

Date 6/12/1357 [25 February 1979]

The Headquarters of the Islamic Revolution Operations, City of Shiraz and the Suburbs

With all due respect;

I, Asadollah Sadeghi, born and residing in Koshkek Abadeh, have been victimized in recent attacks due to my religious beliefs.  My home and farm have been invaded and destroyed.  As my life was at risk, I fled overnight and am currently homeless in Shiraz.

Today, the noble and courageous people of Iran have found individual and social freedom under the leadership of Imam Khomeini.  I would like to express my solidarity, faith and cooperation with the revolution as well as my obedience towards the government.  I would like to request the current lawful government to write a letter to the Abadeh Revolutionary Guards Committee to enable me to return to my farming activities [and] to uphold my national duties in line with the directions of the Imam, so that [my family and I will be] safe under the banner of the government and Islamic justice.

Kindest regards, – Asadollah Sadeghi


[Handwritten note at the bottom of the page]

In the Name of God

Abadeh Islamic Revolutionary Guard requests to attend to the complaint of the plaintiff and notify this Committee of the outcome.

Islamic Revolution Committee ([illegible] Palace)


[Signature over official stamp]