Iran under influence of Islamic government and world politics [NOOK Book]

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Iran Under Influence Of Islamic Government And World Politics: This book consists of two different parts; Part one is about tales of revolution, true short stories about people of Iran. It starts with author’s sincere disclosure of her own life story and then gets twisted by multiple short stories describing strange aspects of life in Iran. The writer ends this part by telling us in details and in a separate chapter, the very interesting yet disturbing story of the lashing of a groom and bride on their wedding ...
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Overview

Iran Under Influence Of Islamic Government And World Politics: This book consists of two different parts; Part one is about tales of revolution, true short stories about people of Iran. It starts with author’s sincere disclosure of her own life story and then gets twisted by multiple short stories describing strange aspects of life in Iran. The writer ends this part by telling us in details and in a separate chapter, the very interesting yet disturbing story of the lashing of a groom and bride on their wedding day, named here as `painful wedding. Part two is about the analysis of social political situations related to those stories. In this part the writer provides analytical description of Iran under Islamic government, envisions the psychological effects of Iran’s recent history on its people, and describes how the culture has been injured or strengthened as result of people being forced to take a neurotic ride under much biased rules of the Islamic regime. She also provides complex analysis of related world politics, explains the Soft Power of Islamic government, provides AK Remarks on the hidden aspects of world politics, and introduces interesting yet less noticed similarities between recent history of US and Iran and their leaders, each a role model for certain countries. As for the future, the author talks about the set tunes of many dualities, divisions, confrontations between governments and people, and efforts to combine Socialism with Islamic Radicalism, to defeat Socialism against Capitalism. She warns about the historical role of UK to create and spread religious ideologies or quietly influencing political reforms in other countries including in US, and predicts the appearance of extreme forms of Liberalism, Conservatism and Capitalism, also increase Power of Religion especially Islam, the Military and Lawful Dictatorship around the globe. She envisions consequently the rise of `Idealism as future Hard Power for advanced nations. In short, in part one the readers will be pulled into mental imagination of life stories which are humorous, painful, strange or hard to believe, and in part two readers’ insights and thinking will be challenged by interesting ideas and analysis. This book is a sincere reflection of today’s life in the eye of an observing world citizen who is an Iranian woman Diaspora.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013185340
  • Publisher: Dr Shahnaz Moslehi
  • Publication date: 8/8/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 132
  • File size: 836 KB

Meet the Author

Shahnaz Moslehi, Ph.D, www.appliedhumanism.com
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Dr. Shahnaz Moslehi is a writer and humanist. She has been advocating applied humanism (Bringing humanity into our systems of economy, government, family and education) since 1980s. She has published few books and had been a guest speaker to World Affairs Council, Press Club, and Columbia university, also is former board member to United Nations/US/LA.

She is a Psychotherapist by profession. Originally from Iran, she moved to United States in 1979. As a Psychotherapist and university professor in Iran and clinical director in various mental health agencies in the United States, and as someone familiar with both Western and Eastern cultures, Dr. Moslehi has developed much interest and sensitivity towards today’s social issues and understanding of people in different socioeconomic levels of the society. Her analytical yet simple style in thinking has been reflected in multiple pieces of creative work including few published books, a short film, and multiple audio CDs.
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