According to the author, the cultural efforts of the story's main character were quite successful in inspiring others who were unable to bear the severe conditions of captivity and imprisonment in the camps.

“Ali Asghar had a significant impact in the Mosul camps and will be regarded as a cultural leader despite all the tortures that were administered to every prisoner and the tortures that the Iraqis themselves planned,” he said.

“He was one of the ideological teachers and religious speakers who encouraged people to join the fronts with his talks in various gatherings, mosques, and schools. He possessed extensive knowledge in numerous fields of science and religion both before and after the revolution's success,” added the author of the book.  

Regarding the process of writing and editing the book, Javad Kamvar explained that he attempts to give the reader a lot of information on the main character and the subject of the book in addition to interviewing the narrator himself for more than 50 hours. 

“I made an effort to track down and speak with important figures throughout Robat Jazi's life. I even spoke with his wife, whose husband was captured just three months after their marriage. I also spoke with his friends and colleagues,” he said,

The author explains that there are eight chapters in this book. He travels through seven phases in his life, and the eighth stage, which is indicated in the book's introduction, is the stage of his victory and peace. This is because he endured these challenges in order to achieve his goal and arrived at the last stage.

In addition, he said that he sought to give the reader with an easygoing prose style that would make the book interesting to read. The narrator's use of everyday language sets the tone of the novel.Soore Mehr has published the book "Mosul Prison," which contains 642 pages.

Source:Tehran Times