Delshad.A is one of those tens of thousands Iranian activists who had to flee Iran and seek asylum in Sweden about 11 years ago. Besides, being Kurdish and belonging to an ethnical group which is regarded as minority and separatist by Iranian government along with believing in a religion ( sonni) that is not considered as the main religion ( shiye ) in Iran can deteriorate your situation in a dictatorial country like Iran.
Delshad is one of those numerous Iranian victims who came to one of the most reputable countries in the world in the hope of a better and safer life, but ignored by migration board. And now after 11 years of living in a horrible plight which can be felt by all refugees in Sweden, regardless that he has wife ( Atoosa) and a 2-year-old daughter ( Delara) who are citizens in Sweden, migration board has decided to deport him back to Iran.
Now I`m obsessed with some unanswered questions:
1. How migration board takes responsibility of deporting Delshad and consequences of his deportation? Who guarantees that he won`t be arrested and imprisoned by Iranian authorities?
2. Delshad has a little daughter who is dependent to him and needs his kindness and support. She lives with the thoughts of her daddy and she calls daddy several times a day. Sweden is a well-known country that is best known for its democracy and paying attention to children. Which awakened conscience can deprive a 2-year-old child of her father`s warm embrace? Although Sweden`s motto is to provide a warm environment for all kids, it`s going to splinter a small family intentionally. How can Sweden compensate for the lack of father and the subsequent mental problems of Delara ?
We are looking forward to a more humane attitude from migration board towards Delshad and other similar cases.
We are going to make a better world for all children. Let`s start from Sweden.
With best regards.