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Topic - Ramin Shams Molkara
He said this was particularly true of the first generation of exiles who left Iran as the clerical regime swept to power in 1979 and who still live with a "feeling of abandonment."
"This represents the story of millions of Iranians who left their country and live with a sense of solitude everywhere in the world ... often treated like foreigners," Ramin Shams Molkara, a distant family member, said in a telephone interview on Wednesday.