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January 28, 2005

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If you go to the State Department web site - Condi's welcome speech from yesterday has been posted along with an audio - it's wonderful!

Dear Rice
First of all let me introduce myself. Then I will Disturb you for some moments. I will tell my story in brief. I think my story is interesting for you and for all those concern HUMAN RIGHTS.
I was born in a peasant family. My father was a land owner and my family chief source of incom was farming.
When i was 6, my father died and my mother grow up me and two other brothers. My father's legacy was her main financial support in this respect.
After the event of ISLAMIC REVOLUTION, islamic gov. dispossessed us from our lands.
We went on in poverty, and all our complaints were denied. i was frightened from consequences of dealing the problem in international authorities.
After graduation from medical faculty, the islamic government did'nt allow me to have occupation in hospitals, and my occupation in Spcial Security Hospital( called Fayaz Bakhsh) was canceled by Gozinesh ( an institute wich do the inspection and inquisitohn).
I passed several up-graduating exams to take speciality, but GOZINESH refused all.
i can not get a orkinary job nor can i have my farmlands. nor can i continue my up-graduating.
I and most peoples like me are glad when hear the possibility of UNITED STATES inflluence in regard to RETURNING DEMOCRACY for IRAN.

LONG LIVE IRAN.
LONG LIVE FRIENDSHIP BETWEEN IRAN AND UNITED STATES

WE ARE WAITING YOUR HUMANISTIC ACTION,, BUT NOT YOUR BOMBS!

POOR DOCTOR OF MEDICINE
SHAHROOZ FARHANG BIGVAND

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