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Prime Minister

Date: 15/4/1326 [7 July 1947]


Your Excellency Hojjatol-Islam Seyyed Sadreddin Sadri, May your life be protracted

Your esteemed letter was received and I was glad to hear of your good health.

With regards to the issue that you had raised, I instructed an assessment and an investigation to be carried out.

These people cannot commit even the smallest malicious act against the Holy religion of Islam or the Muslims; and they will not be given permission for any type of activity.


The Prime Minister


[Handwritten:] [Illegible:] Honourable Ashraf[1], Prime Minister


16/4/1326 [8 July 1947]



[1] [Ashraf means “The Most Noble”, it is the title of Prime Minister Ahmad Ghavam; it was given to him by Iranian shah, Mohammad-Reza Pahlavi]