The true story of a teenager who stood up to the mullahs’ regime in Iran, recalled in the words of his surviving sister and told through drawn pictures. Ahmad, the hero of this story, was killed in 1988 at the age of 24, while in captivity but the perpetrators of the murder remain in key positions of power in Iran.
The story of A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs reveals to the reader the human tragedy facing millions of Iranians. With Ahmad, we can go through this tragedy, live it and try to understand why, and most importantly what can be done so that justice can be served, and freedom can be acheived by the Iranian people.
“A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs revives the little hero in the reader by telling the story of a brave young man who wants nothing more than to live the life that all boys and girls want: to be free, happy, and secure in his homeland. Like tens of thousands of others, the little prince suffers. He faces arrest, torture, and ultimately sacrifices his life.”
— Linda Chavez, Former White House director of public liaison
“The story of A Little Prince in the Land of the Mullahs reveals to us, without any pretenses, the human tragedy facing millions of Iranians. With Ahmad, we can go through this tragedy, live it and try to understand why, so that the truth can no longer be hidden, so that justice can be done, and so that the liberation so long awaited by the Iranian people can happen.”
— Ingrid Betancourt, Colombian-French former Senator held hostage for 6 years
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