Jemil Metti

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Jemil Metti was born in Long Island, New York to an Iraqi father and a Hungarian mother who passed away when he was two months old. After two years of American boarding school commencing in 1954, he was transferred to Beirut, Lebanon for a one-year stint before ending up in Baghdad, Iraq in 1957.

After living there his entire teen years, he returned to the United States in 1970. Metti attended Northern Illinois University, S.U.N.Y.-Binghamton, and Wayne State University-Detroit to earn his B.A., M.A. and Ed.D. respectively.

Currently Michigan-based, Metti professionally worked in broadcast and print journalism, real estate sales and education. Though his professional focus had almost entirely shifted to education by 19
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I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the readers who participated in my two recent Giveaway programs for my debut novel "The Pahlavi Sword." I also, appreciated the feedback. I will continue to cherish any comment or review, either from current or future readers because you are the bread and butter that keep us motivated and writing. Your comments have been insightful and helpful. May... Read more of this blog post »
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