Until we are free : my fight for human rights in Iran / Shirin Ebadi.
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- ISBN: 9780812998870
- ISBN: 0812998871
- Physical Description: xiii, 286 pages ; 22 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Random House, 
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Intimidation -- A Wedding -- The Man Who Wanted to Buy a Centrifuge -- A Midnight Visit -- In the Shadow of Ahmadinejad -- The Women Who Dared Rise Up -- Spies on the Doorstep -- A Fatwa to Defend -- Besieged -- A Mother's Test -- The Farewell -- The Stolen Election -- Alone in the World -- Betrayal -- Life Without a Home -- The Forged Passport -- Dispossession -- The Spring That Led to Winter -- Bloodbath as Lesson -- The Suspicious Neighbor.
|Summary, etc.:|| "For several years the Iranian government tried everything to silence Shirin Ebadi: They arrested her, bugged her phones, attacked her home, shadowed her everywhere she went, seized her office, and nailed a death threat to her front door. But nothing could stop Ebadi from her work as a human rights lawyer defending women, children, and the persecuted in Iran. After several years of harrassment and intimidation, the Iranian spy services turned their sights onto Ebadi's only weakness: those she loved the most, her family. First the authorities detained her daughter, then they laid a trap for her husband straight out of a spy novel. The Iranian government took everything from Shirin Ebadi--her marriage, her home, her property, her bank accounts, they even seized her Nobel Prize--but the one thing they could not take was her spirit and her desire for a better future for her country. Shirin Ebadi is one of the most revered leaders on the global stage. For the first time she's telling the full story of how the government of Iran tried to destroy her, and almost succeeded"-- Provided by publisher.
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