2020: THE FALL OF ISLAMIC STATES & THE RRISE OF A NEW POLITICAL ORDER

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Sohrab ChamanAra

was born in Iran in1947 and graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of London in 1969. After 18 years working as an electrical and instrument contractor in Iran, he emigrated to the United States and joined UOP, the world's largest process technology company. After leaving UOP, he founded CHAMCO in 1994. CHAMCO's core business, among environmental projects, is turning Municipal Solid Waste into electricity ( www.chamco.net ).

ChamanAra’s dream for the future is to create a town in the U.S. and naming it Iran (www.eb5fund.us). He has written eleven books, mostly about Iran. These books can be downloaded for free from his website, www.chamanara.net. 

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 خوانندگان گرامی چنانچه در دریافت و خواندن کتاب، مجلات و یلوپیج شرکت کتاب با مشکلی برخورد کردید خوشحال می شویم که ما را آگاه سازید 

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Published on
Mar 16, 2015
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Pages
168
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ISBN
9781595845009
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English
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Drama / Middle Eastern
Foreign Language Study / Persian
History / Asia / General
History / Middle East / General
History / Middle East / Iran
Juvenile Nonfiction / History / Middle East
Juvenile Nonfiction / Religion / Islam
Political Science / World / Middle Eastern
Religion / History
Religion / Islam / History
Religion / Islam / Law
Religion / Islam / Shi'a
Religion / Islam / Theology
Religion / Religion, Politics & State
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Sohrab Chamanara
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Sohrab Chamanara
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