Is it not better to encourage a dialogue between Iranians and the American public? Man kills mother over property dispute in Multan. Thank you for subscribing. An American scientific journal, for instance, recently declined to run a paper on the human and economic consequences of the catastrophic earthquake last year in Bam, Iran, because Iranian scientists helped write it and therefore the journal would have to obtain a license to publish it. I cannot publish my memoir in Iran. Publishing my book in the United States would involve risk and repercussions for me back in Iran.
I believe, however, that the message of the book is so important that I will happily accept the risk and its possible consequences.
The Goddess Bound and Gagged
Barb Tenholder is worried about the message that the image sends. The book would either be banned altogether or censored to such an extent that it would be rendered useless. Prosecutor Binita Roscoe told the court the teenager was of Indian Muslim heritage and had started a relationship with an Arab Muslim man, The Times reported. I put it on there for the humor side of it. Newspapers are exempt from some of these requirements. Iran is bursting with young, educated and dynamic people who are eager to communicate with the American public. Tell us what you think: