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Denver: University of Denver, 1989. Magazine. various paginations, three issues in two books, 5.5x8.5 inches, illustrations, tables, very good first edition booklets in printed trade paper wraps. African art, film & literature and an issue devoted to Shari'a law and strife in the Sudan.
Riyadh: Daroussalam Pour Diffusion et Distribution, 2000. Pamphlet. 32p., 4.5x6.5 inches, text in French and Arabic, very good pamphlet in stapled decorative wraps. Doctrine doctrine doctrine, in largish print; Arabic phrases rendered in French-language translation and amplified by a page or two of commentary.
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.
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.
Urumqi: Xinjiang renmin chubanshe, 1980. 51p., wraps, line drawing illustrations; not found in OCLC. Handbook on rural electric safety, this example a translation produced for Uyghurs of Xinjiang, adapted from the Cultural revolution-period Chinese original. Includes overview of how electricity is conducted, common mishaps in agrarian settings, and first aid.....
Berkeley: Golden Horn, 1978-80. Four issues of the slender staplebound magazine, associated with the Risale-i Nur Institute (followers of Said Nursi, the movement from which the Gulenists emerged). Issues present are November-December 1978, July-August and November-December 1979, and January-February 1980.
Havana: Centro de Estudios de Africa y Medio Oriente, 1994. 202p., paperback journal, very good, text in Spanish. Laid in is a letter signed by director Luis Mesa apologizing for the inability of the Center to continue publishing English-language journals because of Cuba's economic problems. This issue is devoted to.....
New York: World to Win, North American Distributors (Revolution Books), [2002-?]. 40p., 8.5x11 inches, photoreproduced with color cover, minor handling wear, some pages have offsetting of text to facing page, but still entirely legible. Group of four articles reprinted in response to the "War on Terrorism."