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J Weekly
Cool heads prevail as experts dissect Iran deal at OFJCC“This has divided the Jewish community. This has divided America,” said Michael
Cool heads prevail as experts dissect Iran deal at OFJCC
J Weekly / Posted 15 hours ago
“This has divided the Jewish community. This has divided America,” said Michael Krasny, host of KQED radio program “Forum,” in his opening remarks as moderator of “What’s the Deal with the Iran Deal?” The panel discussion about the JCPOA — better... Read more
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EuroNews
Iran-US ‘Great Satan vs Ayatollahs’ mentality lingersThe reopening of Britain’s embassy in Tehran reopening on Sunday, after a four-
Iran-US ‘Great Satan vs Ayatollahs’ mentality lingers
EuroNews / Posted 3 days ago
The reopening of Britain’s embassy in Tehran reopening on Sunday, after a four-year pause, boosts speculation that Iranian-US relations formally suspended for 36 years could soon follow suit — but with plenty of wrinkles still to be ironed... Read more
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Washington Post
The new business of education in IranIranian school girls attend a parliament session in Tehran on Nov. 18, 2014, to
The new business of education in Iran
Washington Post / Posted 9 days ago
Iranian school girls attend a parliament session in Tehran on Nov. 18, 2014, to listen to President Hassan Rouhani’s speech defending his nominee for the ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Fakhredin Ahmadi Danesh Ashtiyani. (ATTA... Read more
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The Atlantic
What Do Iranians Think of the Iran Deal?The nuclear deal with Iran has sparked a vigorous debate not only in the United
What Do Iranians Think of the Iran Deal?
The Atlantic / Posted 16 days ago
The nuclear deal with Iran has sparked a vigorous debate not only in the United States, but in Iran as well. The discussion of the agreement among Iranians at times echoes the American discussion, but is also much deeper and wider. Reports in Iranian... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Should Iranians shelve 'Death to America'?When I was 11 years old, I had to stand in a line every morning for half an hou
Should Iranians shelve 'Death to America'?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 24 days ago
When I was 11 years old, I had to stand in a line every morning for half an hour, wave my fist in the air along with other girls at my elementary school in Tehran and chant: "Death to Iraq, death to Israel, death to Britain, death to Russia, death to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Young Iranians dare to dream of a brighter futureFor Nasim, her livelihood may be at stake. Her employer has dispensed with almo
Young Iranians dare to dream of a brighter future
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
For Nasim, her livelihood may be at stake. Her employer has dispensed with almost 10 per cent of the company’s workforce in the past year alone, in common with many other businesses. Her elder sister, Naghmeh, works for a firm which has sacked half... Read more
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Daily Mail
Iran vows to continue buying weapons 'wherever and whenever possible'Iran vows to buy weapons 'wherever and whenever possible' and says it will sell
Iran vows to continue buying weapons 'wherever and whenever possible'
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Iran vows to buy weapons 'wherever and whenever possible' and says it will sell arms to 'whomever it considers appropriate' in the latest embarrassing blow to American-led nuclear deal Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister said nuclear agreement will not... Read more
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