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Postwais welcomes nassr ahmadi (John Eipper, USA, 04/07/09 8:05 pm)
NOTE: Nassr Ahmadi has been removed from the WAIS membership because all his documents in support of his doctoral and postdoctoral degrees PhD at the Sorbonne were forged (i.e. fake). Mr. Ahmadi has no degrees from Sorbonne. This information was sent to us by reliable sources.
WAIS welcomes Nassr Ahmadi He is an Iranian Law professor and Sociologist- son of Mr. Hossein Ahmadi, leader of Gasheen tribe in the region of Kohgiluyeh (south- west of Iran) was born in May 1952. He received his bachelor s degree in Sociology and Political science from the University of Tehran during a period in which he wrote two research books named Morphology e Karane e Gomnaam (Morphology of The Unknown Territory) and Doshvary e Ashayer e Iran (Hardship of Tribal Iran). During two years of experience as a government worker he served as an examining magistrate, political mediator of the ministry of the Interior, and simultaneously speaker of the scientific and research society of Iran. He discontinued his governmental work upon advent of the 1979 revolution, though the ministry of culture and a gubernatorial position were proposed to him. As a result he was exiled to Kurdistan (western region of Iran, bordering Iraq).
Shortly after fleeing to exile in Paris, he labored for a democratic monarchical regime in Iran. He continued advancing his cultural goals along with perusing professional education obtaining post-doctorate degrees in Sociology, specializing in revolutions, at the Sorbonne. While persuing political sociology at the post-doctorate level, he simultaneously achieved a post-doctorate degree in Public Law, specializing in parliament and law making, from Paris University (Panth on Assas).
In Paris he began publishing his books such as Tanesh e Edgtemaii dar Andishe Sa di (Reflection of Societal Interaction in the Sa di s Thoughts) - Barresy e Velayate Faghieh va Digar Nahadhaii Hokoomat e Eslami (an Analysis of Juriscouncil Supreme Leader and Other Compositions in Islamic Regime) - Jodaii Khahi Dar Kurdestan e Iran, Iraq, va Turkeye (Secessionism in Kurdistan of Iran, Iraq, and Turkey) - Barresy e Sazeman e Modjaheddin e Khalgh (Iranian Organization Liberation of Modjaheddin- an Analysis).
Other scholarly work and writings are Resale e Varzesh va Farhang e Jesmani (Treatise of Sports and Physical Culture) - Iran Miane do Enghelab (Iran Between two Revolutions) - Jameye Shenasy e Siasy e Engghelab e Iran (Political Sociology of Iranian Revolution) - all three written in French and published by Sorbonne University . Parliamentary Law published in French by Paris University and Political Sociology of Iranian Revolution and Parliamentary Law are both published by the academy of Paris for teaching in Doctorate studies in Political science, sociology and law. Throughout living in Paris Dr. Ahmadi was the chairman of Payedary e Mashroote khahaan e Iran (Iranian Resistance of Pro-Mashroote).
Dr. Ahamdi is currently residing in Los Angeles and is the leader of Iranian Front Liberation and Reconstruction (IFLR) which is based on parliamentary monarchy. Branches of the IFLR are active in nineteen European and five Asian countries, as well as Canada, and United States. Dr. Ahmadi is also the founder of Parliamentary Monarchy for Iran. Among his present cultural activities he heads a committee of professors approving doctoral theses in political science, law and sociology at the University of Hawaii International. At the present time he has seven written books ready for publishing.
As a part of his political activities, from the beginning of 1979 revolution, Dr. Ahmadi has conducted more than three thousand television and radio shows for his goals of preparing people for overthrowing the Islamic regime and assuring human rights in Iran. He has led more than hundred political and scholarly cultural conferences and seminars in various countries and more than a hundred newspapers and magazines have written about him.
Plan to attend the WAIS conference on "Critical World Issues " at Stanford July 31-August 1, 2006. It will be a rare opportunity to meet other WAISers. Tell interested friends.
Ronald Hilton, Editor, 2006