[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

 

In the Name of God,

 

6/12/1357 [25 February 1979]

The Respected Islamic Revolution Operations Division of Shiraz and the Suburbs

With all due respect;

 

I, Rezvan Tajodini, an employee of the Admiram Company, returned to my job following the end of strikes in accordance with the order of the His Holiness Supreme Leader of Revolution, Imam Khomeini. . Unfortunately, the heads of the company dismissed me due to my moral and religious belief. I request now that as the result of the revolution of the courageous Iranian nation, and under the leadership of Imam Khomeini and in the shadow of Islamic justice, as individual freedom for all the [citizens of this] nation and for religious minorities is stipulated, that you order that a letter be written to Admiram so that I can return to my job, [so that] without further ado and in line with the directions of the Imam, I may fulfil the duties that are entrusted to me.

 

With respect – Rezvan Tajoddini

[Signature]

 

[Handwritten note at the bottom of the page]

Mr Keramati, hereby, Mr [Mahallati to] arrange his return to his place of work

Communications Committee [illegible]

[Signature]

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