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Books and pens became proof of crime. Those who used pens were imprisoned so they would not write about the large number of injustices. Opposition newspapers were shut down so there would be no report of the many crimes that were carried out by the regime. Books were banned and burned so there were no new ideas or possibilities to be discussed. This book will help to differentiate between Iran s people and its government.
Iran s name has been in the news in the past several years. This is a book for those who would like to learn about Iran, its history, its women behind those black covers, its era around the 1979 Revolution, and the years after that leading up to the Iran-Iraq war. It will shed light on the opposition of Iran s youth, who believed that the new Iranian regime hijacked the revolution and turned against those who came to the streets demanding democracy and freedom.
People of any nation are always judged by its government. Iran s citizens are no different. Anyone interested in human rights issues should certainly take note of this book to understand and help these women succeed in their fight for women s rights.
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