News ID: 377851
Publish Date: 20 June 2014 - 19:44
I read this book with a dual feeling of sorrow and pride and sometimes, I shed tears when reading it...

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful
I read this book with a dual feeling of sorrow and pride and sometimes, I shed tears when reading it. I was full of praise for the patience, diligence, purity and genuineness depicted in this book. I was also full of praise for the art of the author in embodying beauty and hideousness, joy and sorrow. The memories of the mujahids and prisoners-of-war are great and valuable provisions which enrich history and offer us countless lessons. It is a great service to draw these memories out of people's minds and entrust them to art and drama.
This is one of the works which is worthy of being translated. I would like to send my best regards to the four woman champions of this book, particularly its artful author and narrator.
27/9/2013

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful I read this book with a dual feeling of sorrow and pride and sometimes, I shed tears when reading it. I was full of praise for the patience, diligence, purity and genuineness depicted in this book. I was also full of praise for the art of the author in embodying beauty and hideousness, joy and sorrow. The memories of the mujahids and prisoners-of-war are great and valuable provisions which enrich history and offer us countless lessons. It is a great service to draw these memories out of people's minds and entrust them to art and drama. This is one of the works which is worthy of being translated. I would like to send my best regards to the four woman champions of this book, particularly its artful author and narrator. 27/9/2013
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