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Berkeley: CIS, 1981. Two issues of the periodical; the earlier is in tabloid newspaper format, 8 pages; the latter is 8.5x11 inches, better quality paper, with address label on front cover, 8 pages. Published by exiled activists, critical of the Khomeini regime and its suppression of leftists.
Sazman-i Fidaiyin-i Halq-i Iran, 1991-92. Four issues (nos. 73, 74, 75 and 77) of the Farsi-language revolutionary Iranian exile magazine, dated to various Persian months in the year 1370 (1991-1992). One rubberstamped "file copy." Contact addresses in various European countries, but no place of publication given.
Bremen, Germany: 8 March Women's Organization (Iranian-Afghanistani), 2007. Magazine. 20p., 8x11.5 inch sheets stapled at upper left, text in English and Farsi, illustrated with color photos, computer-printed format, very good. Single issue of the Communist Feminist quarterly published in exile.
Mashhad, Islamic Republic of Iran: Islamic Relations Office and Foreign Pilgrims' Affairs, no date, circa 2000. Photographic display cards: 14 unduplicated cards on laminated 8.5x5.5 inch cardstock, high-resolution color photography, brief text verso. A fine set in a nice glossy folder to size.
[Northern California]: Committee in Solidarity with the People of Iran (CISPI), 1985. Four-page brochure, issued as a special supplement to the newspaper, for distribution in tandem with organizing for the Spring Mobilization for Peace, Jobs, and Justice in San Francisco. Small closed tear, mild handling.
London: APDUSA / Unity Movement, 1979. unpaginated (8p.), 5x8 inches, stapled wraps lightly foxed, a couple of pen corrections to the text, else very good, found only 1 in OCLC. Cheerleading of the Iranian revolution by South African socialists based in Zambia with a London office. Front wrap notes: a....
n.p. Moslem Students Society, 1980. 8.5x11 inch sheet printed one side, reprinting statement of the Marxist group which participated in the Iranian Revolution, announcing its closure of offices in order to prevent disturbances; stapled to this is a two-sided handbill from the US-based MSS giving context the the official announcement...
Madrid, Spain: Embajada del Iraq, Oficina de Prensa, 1981. Issues 1, 2, 5 and 15 of the weekly newsletter published by the Iraqi government for Spanish consumption. 8.25x11.75 inches, 8 pages each, very good. OCLC lists only one holding in Spain. Main focus is Iraq's side of the Iran-Iraq war...