An interview with Israeli-Iranian writer, activist and translator Orly (Mojgan) Noy. Orly was the first person to translate prominent works of contemporary Iranian literature into Hebrew, including the very popular, “My Uncle Napoleon.” She talks to Jian about being a Jewish-Iranian, a “perpetual immigrant”, a lover of Jerusalem, and a human rights campaigner. + the Roqe team debates representation of Persians in film, and Letters of the Week with Kyan.

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