The Exiled Shalash

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

A Letter to Khomeini

Ayatollah Rohallah Khomeini,

I am not addressing you as "dear" because you're not dear to me. I am writing this to you to report to you some of what's taken place in the region since you've left. So much has happened since you died. I am sorry to say that if you were still around, you'd be smiling. Your archenemy, Saddam has been unseated, captured and is now on trial. Your students still call America "the Great Satan," they are still shouting slogans of the not-so-glorious Islamic Revolution. It may interest you to know that your creation, the Islamic Republic of Iran is close to developing a nuclear bomb and the cockroach that calls himself the President of Iran is challenging the world on Iran's "right" to have nuclear capabilities, he's doing that per orders of Ayatollah Ali Khamnaei.

The terrorists you supported in Lebanon are in Beirut as elected officials. The reactionary Saddam oppositionists whom you supported are ruling Iraq and their militias are killing poor Iraqi men. I am sure you know what I mean when I say, "poor Iraqi men," because you killed over one million of them.

Do you remember Ali Sistani? Your countryman who, by virtue of his Najafi education is now considered the most important Iraqi. Well he has the ear of the leader of the free world. I wonder if you would envy him if you were around. He hasn't gotten Time magazine's "Man of the year" but he was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Speaking of which, Shreen Ebadi, your countrywoman won that prize recently. She won it because she opposes the laws you brought upon the poor people of Iran. You know what I mean when I say, "the poor people of Iran," because you caused the deaths of one million of them during your bloody war with Saddam.

Who won that war Khomeini? Did you win it or did Saddam? Because we sure didn't and by "we," I mean the people of Iran and the people of Iraq. Collectively Iranians and Iraqis fell victim to your fantasies of bringing Iran to the seventh century and Saddam's fantasies of liberating Jerusalem.

Iran lives in your shadow Khomeini. Not much has changed in that great country since you left. It is still legal to marry an 8 year old girl. It is still legal to get married for a couple of hours. People still get stoned for adultery. Hands are still chopped off for stealing. Women are still forced to veil themselves. Iran lives by your legacy of backwardness.

Salman Rushdie is still alive, the man has moved to New York, married a beautiful model and lives a happy life away from the swords of political Islam. Yassir Arafat died recently of maybe AIDS. He died a broken man and left behind a tired Palestinian people, so tired that they recently voted for Hammas, you know, Sunni versions of you. Speaking of Sunni versions of you, the Salafists have declared a war on America, but they're not crazy about the Shi'as either. They're killing poor Shi'a men, women and children in Iraq only for being Shi'a. For a while, the Shi'as refused to retaliate, but then one day, the shrine of the two Imams, al-Hadi and al-Askari in Samara' was bombed and that's when the sharpened sword of Ali began to behead Sunnis.

If you were alive, you would be pouring gas on the fire in Iraq, but don't worry, Ali Khamnaei is doing just that. Iraq has become a pool of blood in which Iran stays afloat, so afloat that now our choices for the next leader of Iraq are between a man who takes orders directly from Tehran and a man who takes orders sort of directly from Tehran.

Not Sincerely At All,

The Exiled Shalash


  • may he rot in hell for eternity.

    By Blogger Antar, at 10:13 AM  

  • Wow - what a powerful & moving entry.
    I wondered as I read your letter, how he's enjoying his prosperous life now, because there's no doubt in my mind that he's living in hell. Maybe he looks back on his life a little differently now.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:48 AM  

  • If you ever got to recieve a reply from him, and thought of replying to that, would you please ask him whether he is in Hell or in Heaven? Because IF he really did end up in Heaven, and by some miracle I made it to Heaven as well, I would have to file for political refuge in Hell forehand before dying.

    By Blogger Riot Starter, at 7:04 PM  

  • I need to add a couple things as well. Nobel invented much for a Nobel Peace Prize.
    Another thing is that Sistani actually made it to the list of most 100 influencial people. Tells enough about how many people have heads for mere decoration purposes!

    By Blogger Riot Starter, at 7:08 PM  

  • [riot] "Nobel invented much for a Nobel Peace Prize. "

    Hmm -far as I can recall it was actually dynamite. Of course, that doesn't change the meaning of your post, or the fact that I'm impressed that you know this. Aah, knowledge. Smells good.

    By Blogger Bruno, at 6:14 AM  

  • May he rot in hell! He put to shame Hitler, and Gengiz Khan. He was the most arrogant leader, ever. I wish some of his writings that the mullahs are hiding and have taken off the sheves could be published on the Internet.

    In one of his writings, he says it is OK to fondle a baby girls as long as she is not penetrated. He was truly a sick man.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:03 PM  

  • Mr. Exiled, You are not son of the man whose name is written as ur father. Ask ur mother about ur causeness for this world. Also u belong to family of Harami people so u never even understand what is wrong and what is right? The way of Khomeini was way of Karbala and he succeeded 100 % in it. Now u & ur Satan sathi have no place to hide and r doing such wolf's behaviour.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:10 PM  

  • hooray, your writings on theater and writing much missed!

    By Anonymous 網頁設計, at 3:07 AM  

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