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A decade after the mass immigration of a large population of Iranian Jews to the United States, and once the early problems of settlement, financial security, and adapting to a new environment were somewhat resolved, some members of the community noticed the lack of written history and documentation on twenty seven centuries of their life in Iran. They also became cognizant of the lack of knowledge and awareness of the society toward their historic and cultural heritage. At this transitional point in history, this group felt a need to shed light on and preserve this rich heritage for the generations to come. They wanted their children to be aware of their identity and roots, and they wanted to provide information on this long forgotten and neglected Iranian branch of Jewish history.
A Trumpet in the Wadi
by: Sami Michael ( About the Author )

The main theme of this novel is the love story of  a young Russian  Jew with an Arab girl. By putting an Arab and a Jew face to face, the writer describes the understanding and friendship between Jews and Arabs in a very pleasant way.