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Iranian writer Shams Al-e-Ahmad dies

Posted by linyuer on Dec 8, 2010 6:08:42 PM

beats by dre Veteran Iranian writer, researcher and journalist Shams Al-e-Ahmad has  died of cardiac arrest at the age of 82 in the capital city of  Tehran.Al-e-Ahmad was appointed as a member of Iran's Cultural  Revolution Council by the founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini  in 1981.Aqiqeh, Narrative of Revolution, Ancient Stories and Cradle are  dr dre beats among Al-e-Ahmad's better-known works.       He also edited Javaher-al-Asmar written by Emad ibn Mohammad Saghari  in the 14th century. The book, which is a collection of stories told by a  parrot, was originally translated from Sanskrit to Pahlavi during the  Sassanid era.Al-e-Ahmad, who was admitted to the ICU monster beats forty days ago, passed away at Tehran's Shahid Bahonar Hospital on Sunday December 5, 2010.     The son of Ayatollah Seyyed Ahmad Taleqani and the younger brother of famous Iranian monster headphones writer Jalal Al-e-Ahmad, Shams Al-e-Ahmad studied literature,  philosophy and educational sciences at the University of Tehran.He also  took photography classes in Germany and got his cinematography diploma  from the Syracuse University in the US.He worked as a journalist for  Eteelaat and Keyhan newspapers and held a post in the Islamic Republic  of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) for a limited period of time hip hop beats.

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