In Iran, as elsewhere in the Middle-East, death is cheap. Surviving unharmed the rulers and living through a faery exile abroad is what matters most.
The Iranian diaspora are hopelessly inactive when it comes to the Ayatollahs deeds and the American Ayatollahs’ nonsense.
The Lightless Sky, a book recounting the courage of a young Afghan refugee, makes a valuable reading for us Iranians. Khomeini’s Omat-e Eslam is poppycock.