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Leader writes commendation for memoirs of captivity
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The cover of a copy of “I’m Alive”
The cover of a copy of “I’m Alive”
TEHRAN -- Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has written a commendation for “I’m Alive”, which is the memoirs of Masumeh Abad during her long captivity in Iraq during the 1980s.
The commendation, which was written September 27, 2013, was unveiled Tuesday evening during a ceremony at Tehran’s Andisheh Cultural Center.
“I read the book with the mixed emotions of sadness and pride, and sometimes from behind a veil of tears, and highly praised that patience and endurance which visualized beauty, ugliness, pain and joy in an artistic way,” the Leader wrote.
He said that “I’m Alive” is an important book which should be translated into other languages.
The book was published in 2013 by Boruj Publications.
The Leader also wrote a commendation in October 2013 for “The Division of the Good”, which contains Iranian veteran Mehdi Qoli-Rezaii’s memoirs on the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war. The book was published in 2005 by Sureh-Mehr.

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