Ismail Salami

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Ismail Salami (born 1968,[no citations needed here] Tehran) is a political commentator, literary scholar, and media expert and an Assistant Professor at the University of Tehran.[1]

In 2003, Salami started working at the international English-language Tehran Times Daily as editor in chief while simultaneously working as an editor in chief with semi-official Mehr News Agency. In 2007, he joined Press TV as the website senior editor and manager.[2] He is a frequent contributor to Veterans Today.[3][4]


  • Islamic Views on Human Rights. Viewpoints of Iranian scholars. al-Hoda Publ., London 2001, ISBN 1-870907-12-4.
  • Persian Fairy Tales. Mehrandish, Tehran 1999, ISBN 978-964-6799-00-4 (illustrated by Behzad Sohrabi).
  • A Study of Thirty Great Plays. Mehrandish Bücher, Teheran 2008.
  • A Dictionary of Intelligence and Security. Zabankadeh, Tehran 2007.
  • A Dictionary of Journalism. Zabankadeh, Tehran 2005.
  • Persia, Cradle of Civilization. Guya, Tehran 2004.
  • An Encyclopedia of Persian Literature. Alhoda, Tehran 2004.
  • Political System in Iran. Alhoda, Tehran 2004.


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