Those in charge of [Khamenei’s office] shouldn’t think that the cyber activists who worked during the 2009 sedition [eds: 2009 postelection protests] and after -- the cyber activists who have been carrying the weight of defending the establishment in cyberspace without any claim -- wouldn’t want to have iftar [eds: the evening meal when Muslims break their fast during the month of Ramadan] at the leader’s house.
I don’t think that it’s right that cyber activists can go to the leader’s house only in the framework of student visits and without being [properly introduced]. We are a front, we bloggers, those on [Google Reader], and so on.
We have problems, ideas, criticism, and suggestions which we think are useful for the establishment and we want them to be heard by the leader. And what time is better than the holy months of Ramadan?