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Laleh Bakhtiar is an Iranian-American Muslim author, translator and clinical psychologist. She is also the first American woman to present a critical translation of holy Quran in English.  Born on July 29, 1938, in Tehran, Iran, to an Iranian father and American mother, she grew up in Los Angeles and Washington D.C. Bakhtiar has a...
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Narges Abyar (born 1970 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian author, film director and screenwriter best known for directing a famous film named Trench 143. The film is adapted from Abyar’s novel titled The Third Eye that narrates a story of a woman and her son during Iran’s sacred defense. Abyar graduated in Persian literature; she...
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She was an Iranian educator, author and researcher.[1] She was the founder of the Farhad School  a progressive kindergarten and elementary school in Tehran which was a source of many pedagogical innovations. She was also the co-founder of The Children’s Book Council of Iran  and The Encyclopedia for Young People  Touran Mirhadi (1927 – 2016) invested her life in creating methods in order to smooth out...
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Negar Omidvari received the B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran in 2011. She earned the M.S degree in Biomedical Engineering from RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany in 2013. She is currently working as a researcher at the Department of Nuclear Medicine in Klinikum rechts der Isar, toward obtaining the Ph.D....
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 Maria Saeedi is an Iranian craftswoman who preferred living in a small village in a desert area in her motherland instead of residing in the US, to empower Iranian rural women. “If I am an Iranian, what I have done for my country? Not considering the duties of the government, what is my responsibility toward...
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It has been 49 years since a large group of Iranian literary and artistic figures, dressed in all black, gathered at Tehran’s Zahiroddoleh cemetery to bury 32-year-old poet Forough Farrokhzad. Farrokhzad was killed in a traffic accident. For many Iranians alive at the time, the memory is still painful even today. She is still talked...
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Iranian translator and artist Lili Golestan is to be honoured with France’s high cultural distinction dubbed the Order of Academic Palms.French Ambassador to Iran Bruno Foucher will award the medal to the Iranian artist at the Embassy in Tehran on November 17, the Persian service of Honaronline announced on Friday. France to honour Iran translator...
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An Iranian woman, who had been appointed as the country’s first female judge, believes that women’s sensitivity can help them in many cases despite the popular belief that women cannot judge because of their sensitive nature.  Mina Torabi, the first female judge in Iran and Lorestan province says the rising trend of women’s working in...
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Koushanfar received her Ph.D. in electrical engineering and computer science as well as an M.A. in Statistics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 2005. From 2006 to 2015, she was a faculty in Rice University where she served as assistant, associate and full professor of electrical and computer engineering. Her primary research interests are...
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In the most well known portrait of her, one of Iran’s most famous poets. She was born in March 1907 to a literary family. Her father,  Yousef Etesami Ashtiani, was a writer and a translator and her grandfather on her mother’s side was a minor poet. She was named Rakhshandeh at birth, but later she adopted...
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