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A piece of the book «The poems were written in captivity»

Poems written in captivity

اشعار نوشته شده در اسارت-The poems were written in captivity

Toronto – Dr. H. OWNUK:- A piece of the book “The poems were written in captivity” in EnglishThe incidents and events that have occurred in the prison for the Yakhshi Muhammed are full of tragedy and overflowing with sadness and sorrow. One of the heaviest events that happened to him, losing his father was in jail. Someone who is in a period sitting on the seat of Khani’s level, and he was greeted with a unique, gloriously glorified. He relying on the support of the Russian king and had opened a big front to against a large government like Iran. The father, who would have been welcomed in Baku and Tbilisi with official admiration and with the greatest exception, comes and comes and come on!!!… Today in here; to be witnessed and to see his death in Tbilisi prison, With the loss of his eyes, has fallen out of hand, for Yakhshi-Mohammad, who had the newly-reached to full young time, the disaster was very painful and heavy. The tolerance of imprisonment and torture suffered as a result of his father’s death in prison would’ve to burn his body and soul.

These incidents and emotions are reflected as warp-and-woof textured in his poems. The lines that have been written frequently reminded of his father’s death, is written with dissatisfaction with his relatives or kin-folk, or with a mournful sigh, pessimistic or that you are very engrossed. The waiting, limitlessness in imprisonment together with his father for the presence of the Qadir Ma’med, with to sew the eyes to the doors. Finally, the presence of Qadir Ma’med to the Tbilisi with three of the be asked children after the death of Kyat Khan has been expressed and this relationship would be linked to logical (منطقی) advise by giving “paternal advice” of the Yakhshi Mohammed to for his twin children has looping has continued. Read more…

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Collection of my dissertation volumes from 2 step of education;

The unveiling ceremony of the books

The unveiling ceremony of the books

Nomination of sciences, doctoral and academical researchs
View Info. of my books /Book specifications/
1st COLLECTION

First part (Latin-Türkmençe)

Toronto – Dr. H. OWNUK – Folder A: Degrees related to scientific degrees in science and doctoral studies at the Turkmen Academy of Sciences.

Vol. 1: The first file is abstract /synapsis/awtoreferat/, a thesis whose original text was published in Cyrillic alphabet in 1995 and sent to all Soviet scientific centers and is currently in the libraries Russian federal and Turkmen Academy Science’s center and archives following that in the former Soviet republics.

This abstract in 22 pages as a abstract thesis in 1995 published and shared. In this collection, we prepared it in a 160-page book in four languages: Russian, English, Farsi and Turkmen is in three letters of the Turkmen language (Cyrillic, Latin and Arabic-Persian). In this leaflet, the general structure of the scientific work of nomination and doctoral dissertation is described.

This file is in Word Program, in the entire its volume are 161 pages. Read more in original file:

File Title and (Read More in PDF):

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Mikhail Gorbachev: It ‘looks as if the world is preparing for war’ as nuclear threat re-emerges

The former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev

The former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev

TorontoMASN News: Mikhail Gorbachev: It ‘looks as if the world is preparing for war’ as nuclear threat re-emerges

Mikhail Gorbachev has warned that a new arms race means “the nuclear threat once again seems real” as he stated it “looks as if the world is preparing for war”.

The former Soviet leader called on Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin to work together to take steps to reduce the world’s nuclear arsenal.

“Politicians and military leaders sound increasingly belligerent and defence doctrines more dangerous. Commentators and TV personalities are joining the bellicose chorus. It all looks as if the world is preparing for war,” he wrote in an article for Time magazine.

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Muhammad biopic director calls for more movies about the prophet’s life

 A group of Iranians protestedtograph: Cristian Mijea/Cristian Mijea/Demotix/Corbis

A group of Iranians protested at the premiere of Muhammad: Messenger of God. Photograph: Cristian Mijea/Cristian Mijea/Demotix/Corbis

The Guardian: Speaking at the premiere of Muhammad: Messenger of God, Majid Majidi says further films would help improve understanding of Islam around the world

It had the potential to be one of the most inflammatory film projects of recent times. Yet the world premiere of Iranian director Majid Majidi’s biopic of the prophet Muhammad not only passed mostly without incident, but even amicably – with a surprise call for rapprochement between the religion’s Sunni and Shia sects.

A small group of protesters gathered outside the Imperial cinema, Montreal, where the premiere was held. Holding signs declaring, “Down with Islamic republic of Iran”, members of the city’s Iranian community objected to what they saw as a glorification of the Islamisation of Iran.

The mood inside the press conference for the film – the first on the subject since Moustapha Akkad’s 1977 film The Message, and the first to visually depict the prophet – was conciliatory. Majidi issued a direct invitation to a rival Qatari team currently developing their own Muhammad franchise to collaborate on future, Islam-themed projects.

“The more movies that are made about the prophet’s life, the better,” Majidi said at Montreal’s world film festival. “We hope the Qatari team will make a correct interpretation of Islam, and they are most welcome to come and film at our facilities in our country.”

In line with the more liberal Shia tradition of depicting the prophet, Majidi’s Muhammad: Messenger of God – the 171-minute first instalment of a projected trilogy – features shots of the prophet’s hands and legs as a baby, and the back of his head as an adolescent, but never shows his face.

 Majid Majidi speaking at a press conference for the film. Photograph: Clement Sabourin/AFP/Getty Images

Majid Majidi speaking at a press conference for the film. Photograph: Clement Sabourin/AFP/Getty Images

The director said he believed a more proactive approach was required from Islamic film-makers in the light of acts of terrorism that were shaping global perceptions of the faith. “We’ve been guilty of shortcomings in introducing the world to the real and true face of the prophet. There have been 200 movies about Jesus Christ, 100 featuring Moses directly or indirectly, 42 about Buddha, but only two on Muhammad. It’s a natural act of introduction to our culture.”

Actors on the set of the movie. Photograph: Mohammad Foghani/AFP/Getty Images

Actors on the set of the movie. Photograph: Mohammad Foghani/AFP/Getty Images

Outside the Muslim world, the film is expected to garner mostly specialist interest, despite an impressive international crew, including Apocalypse Now cinematographer Vittorio Storaro and Bollywood soundtrack maestro AR Rahman, as well as poster art redolent of The Passion of the Christ. This perhaps explains its inclusion at Montreal’s militantly arthouse festival, where Majidi, one of Iran’s breakthrough 1980s generation of directors, has strong links. Though its producers suggested that this year’s Charlie Hebdo killings had reduced the willingness of other festivals to consider it.

The Qatari project is far bigger in scope, currently tabling $1.2bn (£780m) across a franchise of seven films covering all the Abrahamic prophets, culminating in the life of Muhammad. In development at private company al-Noor for six years, the prospective series has Lord of the Rings producer Barrie Osborne in an advisory role. It aims to capitalise on the mainstream resurgence in religious-themed films that last year saw Noah gross $362.6m and Exodus: God and Kings $268m, as well as a raft of smaller projects mainly catering to America’s bible belt.

Producer Azahar Iqbal, also in attendance at Montreal, confirmed that his team were “open-minded” about a possible collaboration with Majidi. But he also stressed that their approach was both more constrained in terms of adhering to the traditional prohibition on representations of the prophet, and more free-ranging, with a fantasy-influenced, blockbuster-esque story outline designed to snare interest from Hollywood. “We’re not here to preach. We really want to work on something that works as entertainment,” Iqbal said.

 

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Discrimination against women in the I. R. of Iran: women & employment

Hospital of Iran

Hospital of Iran

همه حقوق بشر برای همه ایران

Südwind Written Statement:

Iran is one of the oldest members of International Labour Organisation (ILO), which implies non-discrimination between men and women in employment in the labour market. This report highlights the case of women specialist care doctors, who are treated differently than their male counterparts in employment due to the Ministry of Health and Medical Education regulations. It also refers to gender quota on the initial phase of employment in the government agencies and the problems that ensues for women.
* Written statement submitted by the Verein Sudwind Entwicklungspolitik, a non-governmental  organization in special consultative status >>>> Read More texts …

Solmaz Ahangari’s video film of the first Turkmen female of the lectured in the Human Rights Council of the United Nations in Geneva!

SOLMAZ AHANGARI — TURKMENSAHRA (IRAN) VIOLENCE of ANTI-WOMEN IN IRAN

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