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Banknotes of Arab World & Persia 1840 - 2014
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Banknotes of Arab World & Persia is the short story to how was established banknotes in Arab World & Persia with beautiful design include the early Notes from 1840 especially in Ottoman... More > notes ,Egypt ,Algeria,Gulf Area, Persia, Tunisia, Horn of Africa, Syria , Lebanon, Palestine Rare Arab notes image is first time in the world to see it only in this book< Less
Ali Baba, or the Forty Thieves
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In a town of Persia lived two brothers, sons of a poor man; one named Cassim, the other Ali Baba. Cassim, the elder, married a wife with a considerable fortune, and lived at his ease; but the wife of... More > Ali Baba was as poor as himself: they dwelt in a mean cottage in the suburbs, and he maintained his family by cutting wood. Ali Baba was in the forest preparing to load his asses with the faggots he had cut, when he saw a troop of horsemen approaching. He hastily climbed a large thick tree, and hid himself among the branches. Ali Baba counted forty of them; each took a loaded portmanteau from his horse, and turning to the rock, said, "Open, Sesame;" immediately a door opened, the robbers passed in, when the door shut of itself. In a short time the door opened again, and the robbers came out, who said, "Shut, Sesame." The door instantly closed. Ali Baba ventured down, and approaching the rock, said, "Open, Sesame." Immediately the door flew open.< Less
The Most Profound Comments of Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader
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Ali Khamenei brings wisdom to the world for the second time in English. These fine comments with the spirit of ancient Persia will soon cajole the last infidel into submission because the poor fools... More > suffer too much under the yoke of decadent corruption and hedonism. Vulgar speech and cursing are common. Don’t listen to the animal words of the West: they carry those sorrows into their houses like pets, and when bitten by carriers of plague run naked in the streets with the guns of rudeness. As more of the infidels lie down with their leadership dogs,they will catch the ticks of smirks, and the fleas of the Roman Circus. It is said that in the West, the streets are paved with fools' gold, and the female singers run naked in the streets, having many babies. Sometimes a study of my commentary can be a cure for these maladies, and is a pleasant way to spend an evening before one is tempted to indulge in debauchery, and before the readers are inclined to remove the clothes of modesty.< Less
The History of Ali Baba and the Forty Robbers from "The Arabian Nights"
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This story takes place in Persia. The stories of “The Arabian Nights” as a whole probably originated in India, were modified and augmented by the Persians, and had the finishing touches... More > put upon them by the Arabians. Bagdad on the Tigris is the city that figures most prominently in the stories, and the good caliph Haroun Al-Raschid (or Alraschid), who ruled from 786 to 809, A.D., is the monarch most often mentioned. “A goodly place, a goodly time, For it was in the golden prime Of good Haroun Alraschid.”< Less
The Gefilte Fish Can’t Swim In the New Islamic Sea: Ali Khamenei Poems
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In an expanded ed., Ali Khamenei brings wisdom to the world for the second time in English verse. These fine poems with the spirit of ancient Persia will soon cajole the last infidel into submission... More > because the poor fools suffer too much under the yoke of decadent corruption and hedonism. Animal words of the West carry sorrows into their houses like pets, and when bitten by carriers of plague run naked in the streets with the guns of rudeness. As more of the infidels lie down with their leadership dogs, they will catch the ticks of smirks, and the fleas of the Roman Circus. It is said that in the West, the streets are paved with fools' gold, and the female singers run naked in the streets, having many babies. Sometimes a study of ancient poetry can be a cure for these maladies, and is a pleasant way to spend an evening before one is tempted to indulge in debauchery, and before the readers are inclined to remove the clothes of modesty. It is best to be lost in verse while I establish the World Caliphate.< Less
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The pop sensations who are also Female Private Detectives are now GALACTIC MISTRESSES OF POWER in their very own GRAPHIC NOVEL!! The Ladies of SHE-DICK (Candi Shell, Carrie Cash and Teresa... More > Nasty) seem to have met by chance, but their shared destiny is nothing if not cosmic--and of epic proportions!! Experience SHE-DICK's space adventure firsthand. Meet Galactica, Rock Starborne and the evil Madame Tranny. Find out how SHE-DICK came to be the wildly successful New York singing group they are today, and discover the source of their unearthly abilities... Watch the animated commercial on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb2StoU5anM DAN PAUL ROBERTS, writer and illustrator of GALACTIC TRANNY, is a postmodern renaissance man. Not only does he write and draw, he also becomes Candi Shell, front-woman for the glam-pop band SHE-DICK. He currently lives in New York City.< Less
The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan (Illustrated)
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(from the Introduction) In the first decade of the present century Persia was for a short time the pivot of the Oriental interest of English and Indian statesmen. But little known and scarcely... More > visited during the preceding century, it suddenly and simultaneously focussed the ambitions of Russia, the apprehensions of Great Britain, the Asiatic schemes of France. The envoys of great Powers flocked to its court, and vied with each other in the magnificence of the display and the prodigality of the gifts with which they sought to attract the superb graces of its sovereign, Fath Ali Shah. Among these supplicants for the Persian alliance, then appraised at much beyond its real value, the most assiduous and also the most profuse were the British, agitated at one moment by the prospect of an Afghan invasion of India, at another by the fear of an overland march against Delhi of the combined armies of Napoleon and the Tsar.< Less
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