I live in Tehran. It is about 1000 kilometres away from Mashhad, the city in which my family live, and it is more than 10 years that I been travelling between these two cities on roads across the desert. When crossing these deserts, I was always thinking about Iran, which is very large and vast. So wouldn’t there be enough room for all of us?
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