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The Sandhills of Arabia

The culmination of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, lead  by  the  late  Imam  Khumayni,  in  1979, awakened the original innate faith in the people and reminded them of  what  had  been  forgotten  of  the Islamic   fundamental   principles. So, everything began to change fast to conform With the original Islamic teachings. The change covered the literary […]

  • Laila Hasib
  • M. J. Khalili
  • Islamic Propagation Organization
The Sandhills of Arabia
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    The culmination of the Islamic Revolution in Iran, lead  by  the  late  Imam  Khumayni,  in  1979, awakened the original innate faith in the people and reminded them of  what  had  been  forgotten  of  the Islamic   fundamental   principles. So, everything began to change fast to conform With the original Islamic teachings. The change covered the literary arena, too, and they began to appear new types of humanistic and anti-imperialistic literature, aiming at fighting away the non-Islamic western way of life. It pleases us, in this respect, to  present  The Sand-hills of Arabia which was originally written in English by its authoress, Laila Hasib, as a worthy step on the road she had chosen for herself. The incidents of the story are supposed to have taken place in the state of Kuwait during the Iraqi occupation. They  are intended to portrait the invaders' brutality, though not as brutal as they actually were.

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    • Laila Hasib
    • M. J. Khalili
    • Islamic Propagation Organization
    • 1992
    • First
    • Tehran, Iran
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