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Following the triumph of the Islamic Revolution, after an eight month detention in the Islamic Revolutionary Court, and standing trial for false and groundless accusations in a court that was devoid of jurisdiction according to the enactmant of the High Council of Revolution, the verdict was returned on expropriating two third of my properties (including total assets of Amir Kabir Publishing House) for the benefit of the Jame’e-ye Modarresin (= society of cleric teachers) or Jameat-os-Sadeq (=University of Imam Sadeq).

Since the said societies refused to accept the properties, after three years of abeyance in the reign of terror in those days, I was summoned to the Islamic Revolutianary Court and in a sitting which matched the trial of Hassanak-e Vizier (= a minister of Sultan Mass’ud Qaznavi) according to what they claimed to be a deed of conveyance, the expropriated properties were conveyed to the Sazeman-e Tabliqat-e Islami (= organization for Islamic propagation) and I was homebound ever since.
After pursuing the case persistently, although the preliminary verdict of the Revolutionary Court was reversed by the High Court of Revolution, High Council of Justice, Judges’ Disciplinary Court and Supervising Board of Constitution, still their verdicts are neglected.

Since 1367 (1989) I decided to commit my memoirs to paper, which the first part under the title of Dar Jost-o-juy-e Sobh (In Search of the Dawn) dealing with my childhood until my first detention by the Revolutionary Court, was published in two volumes in 1382 (2004) and was welcomed by the intellectual readership.

The second part of my memoirs (actually the third volume) which deals with the period of my detention and my efforts to pursue my case through higher juridical institutions, is due to be published in the near future.
 


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