Hashemi in 2009 will be unveiled at 27th TIBF

 
Publish Date : Wednesday 16 April 2014 - 20:04
 
 
IBNA-The book, Hashemi in 2009 written by Hojat ul-Eslam Reza San’ati which was banned for two and a half years has been published and will be unveiled at the 27th Tehran International Book Fair.
Hashemi in 2009 will be unveiled at 27th TIBF
 
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting the public relation office of Salman Farsi Publication, the book features reports on the political positions of Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani, the chairman of Iran's Expediency Council, in the critical year of 2009 when the presidential election led to the reinstatement of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for the second term. Hashemi in 2009 was sent to receive a publication permit in June 2011, but the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance of Ahmadinejad's government banned the book.
However, after President Hassan Rohani took office, the new culture ministry of the “Government of Prudence and Hope” issued a license in March 2014 authorizing the book to be published. Hashemi in 2009 will be officially introduced at the forthcoming Tehran International Book Fair.
The author, Reza San’ati has simply reported the political and social comments of Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani and does not offer his own analysis on these comments. The first part of the book, defines the stances of Hashemi against the opposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The second part, clarifies Hashemi’s position faced with a current in the Iranian Principalist faction.
The third part of Hashemi in 2009, focuses on the warnings of Hashemi against the practices of the government of the time and hardliners. The forth part is centered on his proposed methods to overcome the crisis of 2009. The fifth part describes the challenges Hashemi faced, the reason behind his letter to the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and the role Hashemi played in orchestrating presidential campaigns of the rivals of Ahmadinejad, as well as the other relevant issues.
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