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by Sadek Mohammed,Soheil Najm,Haider Al-Kabi,Dan Veach
Flowers of Flame: Unheard. has been added to your Cart. Haider Al-Kabi is author of the poetry collection Bombardment. Exiled from Iraq after the first Gulf War, Haider immigrated to the United States and is currently a professor of Arabic and Spanish.
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Flowers of Flame Unheard Voices of Iraq.
by Sadek Mohammed, Soheil Najm, Haider Al-Kabi and Dan Veach. Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2008. Flowers of Flame: Unheard Voices of Iraq, ed. by Sadek Mohammed and others.
Flowers of Flame: Unheard Voices of Iraq. Flowers of Flame gives us a deeply touching vision of the heart - and the hope -of. 3. today’s Iraq.
As I deployed to Iraq as an Army sergeant late in 2003, I stuffed an anthology of poems (Iraqi Poetry Today; King’s College .
As I deployed to Iraq as an Army sergeant late in 2003, I stuffed an anthology of poems (Iraqi Poetry Today; King’s College, London, 2003) into my rucksack. I never would have guessed that within a couple of years I would meet one of the authors whose work was in the anthology-the amazing poet Dunya Mikhail.
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Sadeq al-Sadr (March 23, 1943 – February 19, 1999), often referred to as Muhammad Sadiq as-Sadr which is his father's name, was a prominent Iraqi Twelver Shi'a cleric of the rank of Grand Ayatollah. He called for government reform and the release of detained Shi'a leaders. The growth of his popularity, often referred to as the followers of the Vocal Hawza, also put him in competition with other Shi'a leaders, including Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim who was exiled in Iran
Publisher: Michigan State University Press (August 29, 2008)
Pages: 96 pages