A Letter to Intellectuals by Ahmad Nosrati
The Manipulation of the Persian Nation by Western Power and Russian Policy

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Detailed discussion and examination of the root of socio-political problems in present-day Iran, its indirect affect on other nations, and how this situation can be resolved.
 

About Ahmad Nosrati

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Ahmad Nosrati was born in 1933 in Minab, Iran. As a youth, he experienced a strict upbringing in the Islamic faith, which later had an adverse affect on his Muslim faith. He has had formal education in Iran, Iraq, and in the United States. After a basic education in Iran, his mother, who was a devout Muslim, sent him to Najaf, Iraq for training as a Mullah (Muslim priest), which lasted for eight years. After his time in Iraq, he returned to Iran and attended the University of Tehran and spent time in an Iranian Military University. He served his country in Iran's Intelligence Service for many years and lived out the remainder of his professional career in the Middle East as a teacher of Islamic Law. As a result of Mr. Nosrati's fluency in Farsi and Arabic languages, he continued to work for the government of Iran as an Arabic translator and a Middle East Analyst. He has been awarded the Empire of Iran Medallion for distinguished service to the nation of Iran. Following his arrival to the United States he began pursuing a graduate degree at the Ohio State University in Middle Eastern social and cultural studies. He left the University to devote his time and energy to the study of politics, which led to the creation of this Letter to Intellectuals.
 
Published March 3, 2004 by Trafford. 210 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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