Jamileh Kadivar

Jamileh Kadivar
جمیله کدیور
Born Fasa, Iran
Nationality Iranian
Religion Shia Islam
Spouse(s) Ata'ollah Mohajerani
Children Sahba, Zahra,Mohammad Mohsen, Amir Ali
Parents Manouchehr Kadivar
Website
.net.maktuobkadivar

Jamileh Kadivar (Persian: جمیله کدیور‎; born in Fasa is an Iranian politician and a former member of parliament. She was one of the attendees of Berlin conference and in November of 2000 went on trial charged with taking part in anti-government and anti-Islamic activities.[1]

Biography

Jamileh Kadivar was born in Fasa, a town near Shiraz in southern Iran. She attended school in Shiraz until she was 16 years old, when she moved to Tehran to get married.[2] Her spouse is former Minister of Culture of Iran Ata'ollah Mohajerani and they have four children: Mohammad Mohsen (1983), Zahra (1984), Amir Ali (1988), and Sahba (1999). Her brother is well-known Muslim scholar Mohsen Kadivar.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Country Reports on Human Rights Practices". Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. February 23, 2001. Retrieved 14 April 2014. 
  2. ^ http://www.fas.org/news/iran/2000/000224-iran1.htm

External links

  • Kadivar's Persian weblog


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