Terminating trustees

"Those noble souls who donated to charity,/ Savants were they, with vision and clarity… They gave us a true gift, with no stipulations,/ Yet now, we are faced with trustees and tribulations! With brother pitted against each other,/ One from a Parsi, another perhaps, from an Iranian mother?...” These are some of the lines from a poem by Sorab Daver sent to Parsiana by reader Jimmy Sarbh indicating that there were divided loyalties towards the trustees and the management committee (MC) of the Australian Zoroastrian Association (AZA) of New South Wales. When we asked Sorab Daver to explain the context of some of......

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