Sepah Book of the Year Laureates announced
Publish Date : Tuesday 12 July 2011 - 13:56
The laureates of the 7th Sepah Book of the Year Award were announced in a ceremony held in the presence of Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance, Mohammad Husseini.
The closing ceremony of the 7th Sepah Book of the Year Award was held yesterday, Monday July 11.
The ceremony was arranged by the Culture and Propagation Department of the Army of Guardians of the Islamic Revolution (Sepah) in which the laureates were announced from among 221 authors.
In the literature and Sacred Defense group, referees chose What if Her Eyes Lied by Mohammad Mahmoud Nourabadi, the Thirst Dust by Ayoub Parandavar and Knee-high Boots by Ghasem Abbasi.
Economic and Social group winners were Islamic Consumption Patterns by Abdollah Hajisadeghi, Social Penetration by Sam Daliri and Cultural Sociology by Ali Bagher Nasrabadi.
Technical-engineering winners were Amir Mansour Abdollahi, Mojtaba Ghanbarian and Hussein Fakhraein for their compilations and Hussein Salehzadeh, Mohammad Tolou and Saeid Mahboub Moghadas for their translations.
The books Encyclopedia of Zionism and Israel by Majid Safataj, the Legal Regime Diplomacy of the Caspian Sea by Amirali Ranaei and Enemy's State in the 4th Pillar by Almas Nasr Dehzebari won the award in the ceremony.
The winners of the Medicine and Paramedics section were Morteza Izadi for his Tourism Medical Information and Guideline, Mostafa Ghanei for his Scientific Capture of the Universe, Hassan Sa'adat for University Research Guidelines. Moreover, Sa'adat Hadi and Reza Heshmat were praised for their translations.
Military security group: the winners were Soft Power- the Nonsymmetrical Battle by Naser Shabani, Information Affluence by Hadi Jamshidian, and Javad Hashemi for his book.
Finally, in the Cultural-Religious group the announced laureates were the Desired Human by the group of authors at the Islamic Research Center in Ghom, Islam's Political System and Religious Leadership during the Absence Era by Ghodrat Bahrami, and an Account on Cultural Management by Ali Mohammad Naeini.