Ali Akbar Dehkhoda
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BiographyDehkhoda was born with Teheran parents originating in Qazvin. His/her father died when it was only 10 years old. Dehkhoda quickly became excellent in Littérature Persian, in Arab language and French E then was graduate of Political sciences.
In Iran, Dehkhoda, Jahangir Khan and Ghasem Khan had published the newspaper Soor-e Esrafil during approximately two years, but the authoritative king that was Mohammad Ali Shah has dissolves the Parliament and outlaw Dehkhoda and other liberals in exile in Europe. From there, it continued to publish articles and leading articles, then, when Mohammad Ali Shah was deposited in 1911, it returned to the country and became member of the news Majles (Parliament).
It is buried with the cemetery Ebn-e Babooyeh with Rey in the south of Teheran.
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