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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 advice.
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...