Prisoner of Tehran
Nemat tells the heart-pounding story of her life as a young girl in Iran during the early days of Ayatollah Khomeini's brutal Islamic Revolution--arrested, tortured, and sentenced to death for "political crimes."--From publisher description.
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Arrested at age 16 in Ayatollah Khomeini's Iran, Marina Nemat was imprisoned in Teheran's notoricous Evin prison for 2 years. She was married to a leader at the prisoner who resigned his position and was shot to death. Marina returned to prison and was released after husband's father pleaded her case. She returned to her parents home and later married long time boyfriend. They had one child and later emigrated to Canada in 1991. She now resides in Toronto. Conditions in Evin prisioner were very brutual.
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