Bi Parchamaan, The Flagless Ones [NOOK Book]

Overview

Hassan H Faramarz is - or rather, was - a contented citizen of Iran until he became involved with the overthrow of the Shah and saw his country deteriorate and his lifestyle suffer under the oppression of the new "liberators".
The true story of Hassan H Faramarz and his family, Iranian refugees that fled from the oppressors in their country and their struggle for survival.
A story of hope—and then despair. A story of courage—and then fear. A ...
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Bi Parchamaan, The Flagless Ones

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Overview

Hassan H Faramarz is - or rather, was - a contented citizen of Iran until he became involved with the overthrow of the Shah and saw his country deteriorate and his lifestyle suffer under the oppression of the new "liberators".
The true story of Hassan H Faramarz and his family, Iranian refugees that fled from the oppressors in their country and their struggle for survival.
A story of hope—and then despair. A story of courage—and then fear. A story of love found—and then love lost—a story of closeness—and then abandonment. A story of expectation—and then dejection. A story of optimism—and then wretchedness. A story of elation—and then degradation. A story of happiness—and then anguish. A story of anticipation—and then denial. And, finally, at last, a story of perseverance, faith, determination, achievement and victory. Fleeing for their very lives and the lives of their children, an Iranian family finds heartbreak, agony, bigotry and hatred before finally finding the good that exists in some people. Weep and laugh with Hassan and his family as he reveals to the world the trials and difficulties of being a refugee cut off from his native land; needing, seeking and finally finding a helping hand.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012144133
  • Publisher: Argus Enterprises International, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/22/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 679 KB

Meet the Author

A native of Iran, a stateless person for a number of years while he and his family were rejected by country after country as he was seeking political asylum and a safe haven for him, his wife and their children. It appeared that no one wanted them, when at last Ireland stepped forward and offered Faramarz and his family the opportunity to finally have a normal lifestyle. He relates his true story.
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