Iranian children reading Dutch books
Copyright does not exist in Iran. At least, according to the translator of the famous Dutch children books about the two kids Jip and Janneke. They just translated the books into Persian and now the kids of Ahmedinijad can learn about Dutch daily life.
Their world will open up, because in Holland children play with dogs. And as far as we can read Persian, the dog is still allowed.
So be soon to get this book, it will be a collector’s item soon. The book will be banned for a lot of reasons, but not for copyright infringement.
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