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Iranian American poet recounts her life as a daughter of Jewish parents growing up in Tehran, during which time she witnessed the impact of the Ayatollah Khomeini's return to the nation and contemplated political asylum. Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
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My goal is to recover an essential chapter in the history of the Jewish experience and that of the ongoing Judeo-Muslim coexistence in Iran. Initially, the work will primarily focus on recording the testimonies of Iranian Jews who have witnessed and experienced the transitions from Pahlavi rule and finally the transformations heralded by the Islamic Revolution.
My hope is to preserve the veracity of the historical record and the multiplicity of the Jewish experience as well as to create a resource to facilitate informed debate. The ultimate collection will stand at the nexus of several ongoing political and historical discussions: the state of minorities and human rights in Iran today and the changing face of Jewish existence in the region, and the gaps in US perspective on these subjects.
Upon completion, the project will curate and commemorate the past to shed light on the present debate on religious coexistence.