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From The Heart Of Iran

From The Heart Of Iran : The Bahá'ís: An oppression of hope (Originally $25)
Author: Rafael Cerrato   Translator: Gilbert Grasselly
Product Code: FHI
ISBN: 9781475077230
Publisher: Alexandria Library Publishing House
Pages: 488
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Price:  $2.00

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From the Heart of Iran

When author Rafael Cerrato decided to pay a short visit to the north of Israel in 2006, little did he suspect that it would give rise to a new book. Passing through the city of Haifa, he was deeply impressed by the buildings and gardens of the Baha'i World Centre, situated on the slopes of Mount Carmel. "I was amazed," said Mr. Cerrato. "I immediately thought I had to discover what lay behind that beauty."

During his research, Mr. Cerrato also became impressed by "the great faith and steadfastness" that the Baha'i community of Iran shows in the face of opposition. He decided to write a book charting the story of the Baha'i Faith, with an emphasis on the severe oppression its members have experienced at the instigation of the authorities in Iran - the land of the Faith's birth - since its inception in the middle of the 19th century.
Baha'is of Iran, The

Baha'is of Iran, The
Editors: Dominic Parviz Brookshaw, Seena Fazel
Product Code: TBOI
ISBN: 9780415583220
Publisher: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group
Pages: 283
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Price:  $44.95

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The Bahá'í community of Iran is the country's largest non-Muslim religious minority. This collection of essays presents a comprehensive study of the social and historical development of the Bahá'í community, and its role in shaping modern Iran.
Human Rights in an Advancing Civilization

Human Rights in an Advancing Civilization : (Originally $34.95)
Author: Aaron Emmel
Product Code: HRAC
ISBN: 978-0-85398-564-8
Publisher: George Ronald
Pages: 386
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Price:  $19.95

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What do human rights mean today? How have we arrived here? And where are human rights going?

Author Aaron Emmel tackles these questions and more in Human Rights in an Advancing Civilization and explores the advancement of human rights in a world community that is continuing to evolve and in a world where our sense of community continues to expand.
Intermarry

Intermarry
Author: Rhea Harmsen
Product Code: INTM
ISBN: 9781495965142
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Intermarry

By: Rhea Harmsen

Intermarry is one of the TOP 100 Romance Novels in the 2014 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards. It explores the most challenging issue in America (racism), through the turbulent urban story of Jack Wolinsky and Fiona Reed.

Prison Poems

Prison Poems
Author: Mahvash Sabet   Adapted By: Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
Product Code: ppms
ISBN: 978085398-5693
Publisher: George Ronald
Pages: 136
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Price:  $19.95

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Adapted from the original Persian by Bahiyyih Nakhjavani

By a member of the Yaran-- the group of imprisoned Bahá'í leaders in Iran, these poems testify to the courage and the despair, the misery and the hopes of thousands of Iranians struggling to survive conditions of extreme oppression.
Skylark Life Skills Manual

Skylark Life Skills Manual : for Women and Girls
Author: Phyllis K. Peterson
Product Code: SLSM
ISBN: 9781517544782
Publisher: The Skylark
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Price:  $19.95

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This manual is a valuable tool for parents, youth, social workers, life skills educators, principals, psychologists, and libraries.

Way Out of No Way, A

Way Out of No Way, A
Authors: Hussein Ahdieh, Hillary Chapman
Product Code: WONW
ISBN: 9781535301855
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Price:  $9.95

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This book is the story of Harlem Prep: Transforming Dropouts into Scholars.