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The Woman Who Read too Much (A Novel) - Author Bahiyyih Nakhjavani offers a gripping tale that is at once a compelling history of a pioneering woman, a story of nineteenth century Iran told from the street level up…

The Woman Who Read too Much (A Novel) - Author Bahiyyih Nakhjavani offers a gripping tale that is at once a compelling history of a pioneering woman, a story of nineteenth century Iran told from the street level up…

A new fictional graphic novel based on the true events that happened in Zanjan, a town in northwestern Iran, in the mid-1800s.

A new fictional graphic novel based on the true events that happened in Zanjan, a town in northwestern Iran, in the

The Persian: A Novel of Spiritual Journey, Adventure and Romance -- While on Persian soil, Robert Manning Grayson comes upon an obscure movement whose ardent belief was that Christ had returned. With no other motive than to apprise his countrymen of this movement, the Oxford don gains renown as one of England’s foremost authorities on the subject… but not without detractors.

The Persian: A Novel of Spiritual Journey, Adventure and Romance -- While on Persian soil, Robert Manning Grayson comes upon an obscure movement whose ardent belief was that Christ had returned. With no other motive than to apprise his countrymen of this movement, the Oxford don gains renown as one of England’s foremost authorities on the subject… but not without detractors.

#BookReview of #RoadTripHome from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/road-trip-home  Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite  Road Trip Home (A Bahá'í Vision of Hope) by Steven E. Ellis is an inspirational novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and young adults interested in tales of hope, religion, and spirituality. Rose is an eighty-three-year-old Alaskan Native who has been on a lifelong mission since a village elder received a vision…

Book review of Road Trip Home

#BookReview of #RoadTripHome from #ReadersFavorite - https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/road-trip-home Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite Road Trip Home (A Bahá'í Vision of Hope) by Steven E. Ellis is an inspirational novel that would appeal most to a mixed audience of adults and young adults interested in tales of hope, religion, and spirituality. Rose is an eighty-three-year-old Alaskan Native who has been on a lifelong mission since a village elder received a vision…

Iran’s Baha’i prisoners    SIR – Five years ago this month, seven former leaders of the Baha’i community in Iran were imprisoned for their beliefs. This violated national and international laws as well as shariah norms.    The seven – Mrs Mahvash Sabet, Mr Behrouz Tavakkoli, Mr Vahid Tizfahm, Mrs Fariba Kamalabadi, Mr Jamaloddin Khanjani, Mr Afif Naeimi and Mr Saeid Rezaie – were arrested following coordinated raids on their homes in 2008. The fatuous nature of their alleged crimes…

People can now say: I support leaving the EU because I'm a Conservative

Baha. Sadness.... But imagine how awesome this would be.

Funny pictures about A library filled with every book in the world. Oh, and cool pics about A library filled with every book in the world. Also, A library filled with every book in the world.

Fire benders

Everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked - so true, but actually I prefer Zuko in his fire lord outfit. And his father's pretty fine looking too.

I love everything that makes fun of twilight!

This is for you Gomez-Cortazar Coburn Carsey Edward from Twilight, I'm a vampire I sparkle under the sun, I'm a Malfoy I sparkle ALL the time,"J. Rowling’s Version Of "Harry Potter" Draco Malfoy is actor Tom Felton,

Great graphic novel on the turbulent early history of the Baha'i Faith

Sholeh Loehle interviews the author of Zanjan; a fictional graphic novel based on the true events that happened in Zanjan, a town in northwestern Iran, in the

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