Betty Mahmoody

|birth_place = Alma, Michigan, U.S. |occupation = Author, public speaker |known = Author of ''Not Without My Daughter'' |children = Mahtob }} Betty Mahmoody (née Lover; born June 9, 1945) is an American author and public speaker best known for her book, ''Not Without My Daughter'', which was subsequently made into a film of the same name. She is the President and co-founder of ''One World: For Children'', an organization that promotes understanding between cultures and strives to offer security and protection to children of bi-cultural marriages. Provided by Wikipedia
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Mahmoody, Betty, 1946- Z lásky k dítěti / Betty Mahmoodyová ; [z angl. orig. přel. Anna Thomsonová ; fot. Ján Greš ; graf. upr. Viera Fabiánová] 1993
Mahmoody, Betty, 1946- Bez dcerky neodejdu / Betty Mahmmodyová, William Hoffer ; [z angl. přel. Anna Thomasová] 1992
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