In 1988, when Mohammad was in the hospital children from the Iranian school, Rostam, heard about what he was going through and wanted to send their love and wishes to him. The children collectively gathered donations and wrote their get well soon sentiments.
I hope that your operation goes well. Goodbye, Ghazal
My name is Shirin. I want to give you money. I am in Rostam School. I am so worried about you. Our class has collected money for you. I have money in the bank. I will go to the bank and get money for you. I hope you get your operation soon. Bye, Shirin.
Mohammad, I have money for you. I wish you get better. My name is Azadeh and I am 8 years old.
Me and the other kids from Rostam School heard you have a heart problem. We want to collect money for Mohammad so we can support a 14 year old boy from Swindon to help save his life. We have opened a small market.
My name is Nilofar. I am 9 years old and I am studying at Rostam School. My teacher talked about you and I want to help you. I have 10 pounds for you and I hope you get better and we can see you soon.
To Mohammad – I hope you are good. I hope you come out of the hospital soon so you can play. Please don’t cry. All the children at school love you very much. When you get better, then you can play with us. — your friend, Maryam
My name is Hooman. I am collecting money for you so you get better. I study at Rostam School and my teacher told me you were sick. I have 35 pounds for you and I am trying to collect more. I hope we can collect enough money for your operation.
A drawing illustrated by Hooman.
Hello – I am from Rostam School. I pray for you to get better. I have 5 pounds for you. –Golban
Dear Mohammad, how are you? Are you ok? All the Iranians are thinking about you. One doctor came to our school and said you are getting better. We will come see you after your operation. — Roxanna
I want to help you. I want to give you money. I am 7 years old. After your operation, we will come see you. –Arman
Dear Mohammad, I am a boy from Rostam School. My teacher read about you in the newspaper. All the kids at school are thinking about you and we wish you get better. After your operation, we will come talk and play with you. Don’t be sad. We are always thinking about you. –Bahram Savinia
How are you? I wish you get better because it will make me happy. Every night I pray for your health. Whatever I do, I think about you. I wish I could come see you. — Ali Ahmahdi
I wish you well. I heard you were not doing well and it made me very sad. Please don’t think you are alone, there are 200 kids at school that are thinking about you. This year we will donate all the money from our school’s yearly bazaar to you so you can get your operation.
Dear Mohammad, we heard you have problems with your heart and lung. I saw your picture at school and I want to help you.
Hello dear Mohammad, all the children wish you well and we are all thinking about you. The doctor came to our school and said you are getting better. — Aznali
Dear Mohammad, my name is Amireza and I am 13 years old. We are all thinking about your treatment at school. When you get better, we can play at each others houses. — Amirreza Taheri
Hello Mohammad, my name is Noshin. I am writing this letter from school. We all know who you are and now you will know who we are and please send us a letter.
Hello, we read in the newspaper you are having problems with your heart and lung. I hope you get better.–Mohammad
Hello my friend Mohammad, I hope you get healed from you sickness so that you can spend time with your mum and dad.–Behrang Jalali and Afshin Azizpour
I hope you get better. — the twin brothers
Dear Mohammad, I wish you are getting better. We are all thinking about you and want you to get better.– Mona, Anahita, Nilofar and Mahsa
Dear Mohammad, I read in the newspaper that you are sick. I wish you get better.– Behzad