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My Name Is Mahtob

Author : Mahtob Mahmoody
ISBN : 9780751563382
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Two decades ago, Not Without My Daughter (a global phenomenon made into a film starring Sally Field) told of the daring escape of an American mother and her six-year-old child from an abusive and fanatical Iranian husband and father. Now the daughter tells the whole story, not only of her imprisonment and escape but of life after fleeing Iran: living in fear of re-abduction, battling recurring nightmares and panic attacks, taking on an assumed name, surviving life-threatening illness-all under the menacing shadow of her father. This is the story of an extraordinary young woman's triumph over life-crushing trauma to build a life of peace and forgiveness. Moving from Michigan to Tehran, from Ankara to Paris, Mahtob reveals the profound resilience of a wounded soul healed by her faith in God's goodness and his care and love for her

My Name Is Mahtob

Author : Mahtob Mahmoody
ISBN : 0718022106
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The daughter at the center of the international bestseller and film Not Without My Daughter finishes the story that captivated the world: held hostage in Iran, escape over the mountains, growing up in fear of kidnapping, battling deadly disease, and leaning on the sustaining power God's goodness. Two decades ago, Not Without My Daughter (a global phenomenon made into a film starring Sally Field) told of the daring escape of an American mother and her six-year-old child from an abusive and fanatical Iranian husband and father. Now the daughter tells the whole story, not only of her imprisonment and escape but of life after fleeing Iran: living in fear of re-abduction, battling recurring nightmares and panic attacks, taking on an assumed name, surviving life-threatening illness--all under the menacing shadow of her father. This is the story of an extraordinary young woman's triumph over life-crushing trauma to build a life of peace and forgiveness. Moving from Michigan to Tehran, from Ankara to Paris, Mahtob reveals the profound resilience of a wounded soul healed by her faith in God's goodness and his care and love for her.

Domestic Violence And Abuse A Reference Handbook

Author : Laura L. Finley
ISBN : 9781440858840
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A comprehensive and timely resource for students, activists, educators and advocates, Domestic Violence and Abuse: A Reference Handbook provides a rich and scholarly assessment of this important social issue while also including stories and profiles for a more personal understanding. Domestic Violence and Abuse: A Reference Handbook provides a thorough review of the most recent research about intimate partner violence. Additionally, a historical review provides readers with a sense of how views on domestic violence have changed over time and how different policies and practices have and have not been successful. Appropriate for readers at the high school level and above, the volume focuses on the scope, extent, and characteristics of domestic violence and offers several unique elements, including profiles of significant individuals, personal stories from advocates, activists and survivors, and a review of controversial issues. The volume also includes a chronology of key events, relevant data and documents, primary source data, and recommended resources. Compiles the most recent data about victims and offenders, thereby correcting many misconceptions about domestic violence Offers a timeline of critical events for readers to understand the history of the movement Includes primary source documents and personal stories, which help make the book beneficial to all readers Addresses the most common controversies in the field, allowing readers to support more informed positions

Where Do Flies Go In Winter

Author : Paul Mendelsohn
ISBN : 9780595253241
Genre : Fiction
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Matthew McKitrick, an ordinary 'Joe' with a wife, a home and a job at CIA headquarters as a low security level programmer, is coerced by a desperate government into tracking down his evil twin brother. Cruelly separated by a random kidnapping while very young, Matthew and his identical sibling find each other twenty-six years later. Saddam Hussein prepares for invasion. America gets ready for an oil war. Driven by commitment, Matthew begins a quest to find his brother Sean, who is discovered to be working for a notorious Iranian weapons dealer named Mahtob. This incredible journey takes Matt from the depths of fear to pinnacles of courage, and across two continents on the brink of Armageddon.

The Ladies Home Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022092378
Genre : Women
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Not Without My Daughter

Author : Betty Mahmoody
ISBN : 0312925883
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The American wife of an Iranian describes her ordeal in Tehran as a virtual prisoner of her fanatical husband and his family and her perilous escape with her daughter to freedom.

Sociology

Author : Brian J. Jones
ISBN : 0030296382
Genre : Social Science
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The authors "sketch social structure in ascending levels proceeding upward from individual experience. Microstructure encompasses social networks and statuses and roles, structures enmeshed in the everyday experience of individuals. Macrostructure encompasses all varieties of groups, from clubs of computer hackers, through organizations such as IBM, all the way up to the supergroup of society itself. Megastructure encompasses structural relations connecting whole societies"--Pref.

Lost Without My Daughter

Author : Sayed Mahmoody
ISBN : 1909869791
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In 1987, American housewife Betty Mahmoody published Not Without My Daughter, which became a sensation. In the book, Betty claimed that she and Mahtob, her five-year-old daughter, had been kidnapped from the USA in 1984 and imprisoned in Tehran by her Iranian husband, Dr Sayed Mahmoody - aka 'Moody' - a man she vilified as a violent, sadistic monster. Betty's story culminated with a dramatic escape, as she takes her daughter from Iran over the Zagros Mountains and into Turkey. The book sold 12 million copies and inspired the 1991 Hollywood film of the same name, starring Oscar-winner Sally Field. For twenty years Betty's husband has kept silent. Now, in Lost Without My Daughter, Sayed Mahmoody finally reveals the astonishing truth. As well as being a moving, frank story of a once happy family's collapse, and a father's subsequent search for meaning in his life, Lost Without My Daughter is also a cultural and political history of Iran, from the revolution to the present day. Perhaps more than anything, it is an exercise in truth, the last-ditch attempt of a father desperate to reach his daughter, to let her know that he is not the monster he has been portrayed to be.

Mahjubah

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ISBN : UOM:39015078330449
Genre : Muslim women
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The Northwestern Lutheran

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ISBN : WISC:89065714834
Genre : Lutheran Church
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