Not Without My Daughter by Betty Mahmoody (5/8)

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Mahmoody wrote an incredibly personal account of her experience in Iran in the year 1984. As a Michigan resident married to a lapsed Muslim, she visited her husbands family who lived in Iran accompanied by her husband and daughter. When the two-week vacation in Iran turned into a permanent relocation, Betty decided she would leave, but given the state of things, not without her daughter.

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