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Between the worlds. Of power and powerlessness in Iran
Forfatter: Natalie Amiri
Forlag: Aufbau (Tyskland)
IRAN: In Iran, women can at any time end up in the clutches of the increasingly powerful and erratic Revolutionary Guard. It has a decisive influence on all public areas, from culture and the environment to the economy, politics and justice. And: Ebrahim Raisi was the name of the man who was responsible for the "death committee" – now he is Iran's future president.

Belonging to a country you fear, despise and love, exerts a very special pressure on a person. When at the same time you also belong to another country, one that provides security and freedom, the gap between them becomes abysmal.

As for Natalie Amiri. Her father is a carpet dealer from Iran,. . .

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Ranveig Eckhoff
Eckhoff is a regular reviewer for Ny Tid.

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