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Uring the protracted and bloody war with Ira in the 1980s she emains behind using her legal training to work in the defense of women and children whose welfare is compromised by the extreme conservatism of the country women and children whose welfare is compromised by the extreme conservatism of the country Islamic leaders In working for eform she also attempts to achieve justice for the student victims of the government s most Gilligan Unbound repressive measures of intimidation Meanwhile sheaises a family and never loses hope even after an arrest puts her in prison for a while that the democratic ideals that drove the evolution will some day be fulfilled I got this to Try And Get A Better and get a better of the ecent history that has lead to the current events in Iran And it was perfect It went into enough depth to give a Her Cowboy Hero (Refuge Ranch really solid background on the history but it s couched in aeally engaging narrative that keeps it from feeling like a textbookShirin Ebadi won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2003 for her work as a lawyer defending dissidents women and other victims of the Iranian Un hros pour Rayne (Delta Force Heroes t. 1) regime She is deeplyeligious and very strongly believes that Islam properly interpreted does not conflict with democracy and eualityThis book is a memoir of her life in Iran during events from the US orchestrated coup d etat that brought the Shah to power in 1953 to the 1979 Mine to Take (Nine Circles, revolution and on to the present day In order to get the book published she sued the US Treasury Department causing them toevise some of their provisions His L.A. Cinderella regarding sanctions against Ir. In a loving untraditional family her upbringing before the Revolution in 1979 that toppled the Shah her marriage and hereligious faith as well as her life as a mother and lawyer battling an oppressive A Groom for Greta (Amish Brides of Celery Fields, regime in the courts while bringing up her girls at home Outspoken controversial Shirin Ebadi is one of the most fascinating women today Sheose uickly to become the first female judge in the country; but when the eligious authorities declared women unfit to serve as judges she was demoted to clerk in the courtroom she had once presided over She eventually fought. An that prohibit American publishing houses from working with iranian authors there s so much great Iranian authors There s so much great in this book I totally Twin Temptation (Harlequin Blaze recommend it This wonderful little book tells the story of an educated woman of Iran who participated in the Islamic Revolution andose her voice to criticize it in terms of gender euality and other democratic issues while An Inconvenient Affair (The Alpha Brotherhood, remaining utterly faithful to hereligion and to her country She won t I haven t found any book as The Soldiers Wife rewarding informing and engaging as Iran Awakening Standing in the tube on way to work those chilly winter morningseading it has made me silently smile left my eyes wet and sent shivers down my spine at other times Critical but not offensive inspiring but not patronizing Iran s first female judge world s first Muslim woman to win a Nobel prize that s Shirin Ebadi She is an Iranian who has lived every day of her life in Iran who has got to know the system both from the inside as a civil servant and from the outside as a lawyer for its victims This book is Shirin Ebadi s private memoir of a whole country part biography part history This is a book that says so much in a simple and classy language A story of a woman s struggle a very devotedly stubborn woman s struggle to stand steadfast at her career society and family in a country that had changed face and direction in a glimpse If you have any interest in modern Iran or the Revolution this is the book you should turn to without looking elsewher. Her way back as a human A Kiss Too Late rights lawyer defending women and children in politically charged cases that most lawyers were afraid toepresent She has been arrested and been the target of assassination but through it all has spoken out with uiet bravery on behalf of the victims of injustice and discrimination and become a powerful voice for change almost universally embraced as a hero Her memoir is a gripping story a must Landrys Law (Landry Brothers read for anyone interested in Zara Kazemi's case in the life of aemarkable woman or in understandingthe political and eligious upheaval in our worl. ,

Iran Awakening A Memoir of Revolution and HopeExcellent book on life in Iran after the fall of the Shah Written by Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi after the fall of the Shah Written by Nobel Peace Prize winner Shirin Ebadi highly eadable memoir The Santa Suit (Harlequin American Romance, No. 708) reaches out specifically to Americaneaders to help them understand the Islamic Republic of Iran as THE TWO COUNTRIES CONTINUE ON WHAT GIVES EVERY APPEARANCE two countries continue on what gives every appearance a collision course While Iran Persia can look back over a history of 3000 years The Secret Heiress (Protection Specialists, recent memory of political history dates from the 1953 CIA assisted overthrow of its democratically elected prime minister Mossadegh The than 50 years since then asemembered by Ebadi are a ecord of sometimes concealed sometimes open animosity between our two nations leading to the Current Dispute Over Iran S Development Of A Nuclear CapabilityThere dispute over Iran s development of a nuclear capabilityThere many books about Iran during these years written by outsiders including Iranians from the West such as the co author of this book Azadeh Moaveni whose Lipstick Jihad tells of a eturn to Iran after growing up in California This book provides an insider s view of the years since the fall of the Shah in 1979 and told from a woman s point of view it describes the experience of losing not only her professional standing as a judge but of the struggle to preserve her identity her integrity and finally her life as she is marked for elimination by a death suad eager to wipe out any perceived The New Girl in Town resistance to the hard line governmentUnwilling to leave her country while long time friends and associates flee to the West especially The moving inspiring memoir of one of the great women of our times Shirin Ebadi winner of the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize and advocate for the oppressed whose spirit hasemained strong in the face of political persecution and despite the challenges she has faced The Disappearance of Sloane Sullivan raising a family while pursuing her work Best known in this country as the lawyer working tirelessly on behalf of Canadian photojournalist Zara Kazemiaped tortured and murdered in Iran Dr Ebadi offers us a vivid picture of the struggles of one woman against the system The book movingly chronicles her childhood.

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