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History for youth

When the idea of producing high quality books for young readers about Iranian history and culture was conceived, one of the first and most important

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For young readers

It has been three months since Anciet Iran was published in Vancouver. As expected it was greeted with enthusiasm and in the words of one

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Ladies first

1350 – 1300 BC. Politically Influential Queen Napir Asu, Elam, Khuzistan Wife of King Untash-Napirasha who built many great buildings and temples in the area

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Massacre of Colours

I heard the rumours, they were arresting colours The pink and the red, the yellow and the purple They searched for them everywhere Sought them

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Chaman Andam

Monir Joon is one of those rare women who appear once in a while and will be remembered for long after they are gone. The

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Will not repeat itself

Relationships are one aspect of male/female socializing processes that are hardly dealt with by Iranians and their media. The origin of direct relationships between males

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Meeting Faezeh

The first time I met Faezeh Hashemi was in December 1998, a day after my arrival in Tehran after 15 years of absence. We had

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