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“Stories of the Unseen” by Iraqi Author Amal Hassna al-Tamimi among the Publications of Darsafi for Publishing, USA

Submitted by on October 9, 2013 – 5:34 pm

Iraqi researcher Amal Hassna al-Tamimi has signed a contract to print and publish her book “Stories of the Unseen” with Darsafi for Publication and Distribution, USA. The publishing house has announced from Seattle, Washington, that the book will be present among its releases for the current period.


Al-Tamimi says that she highlights in her book, which includes six complete chapters, the reasons why people are preoccupied with the future, how to predict and know it, theories that interpret how to predict the unseen, and the most famous foretellers in the East and the West. In the fifth chapter, she discusses the prediction of the future in the divine books; the Bible, the Torah, the Psalms of David and the Koran. Finally, in the sixth chapter, she discusses the narrations of Ahl al-Bayt (the Family of the Prophet Mohamed), peace be upon them, about the future and the sources of their knowledge.


The Iraqi author has previous works, three of which are published: “In the Shadows of Abu Hamza; al-Thamali’s Prayer,” “The Art of Debate” and “The Muslim Family, Problems and Solutions,” in addition to twenty manuscripts. It is worth mentioning that she studied psychology at Basra University, and then sociology at Washington University[1] in Washington State, where she currently lives.

[1] the University of Washington?

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