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alimostofi Ali Mostofi

Iran: Not Lost in Translation

Every time we have high level discussions with the Shi'ite regime, the details of any deals need to be listened to as delivered by the Shi'ite leaders themselves.   It is no good listening to Obama or Netanyahu. Both are very predictable.   The Shi'ite President started by saying, that this moment i ...
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alimostofi Ali Mostofi

Who Will Fight For Iran?

QuestionWho will fight for Iran? There is no easy answer   Who   At the moment, Seyyeds run Iran, propagating their Empire. Their self-acclaimed moral prerogative, is that they are related to Halabi Qureshi (aka Mohammed), who himself was brought to world attention, thanks to the abdication of the H ...
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alimostofi Ali Mostofi

Iran: Perfidious

"Migan mikhan hamleh konan"   (They are saying they want to attack)   "In dafeh fargh dareh"   (It is different this time)   Chera   (Why)   Hameh too Iran az dast in kharji ke in akhoonda sareh atom mikonand narahatan.   (Every one is annoyed at the amount of money the fanatic priests are wasting o ...
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Excise, sales, surcharge taxes

This year when I was paying the restaurant or some other bills I noticed an extra line arzesh afzoodeh which is basically a sales tax or they call it surcharge or “additional value”!   Later I found out that they are adding this tax to a lot of stuff such as payments online or utility bills or other ...
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Iran: Rendezvous

I Yawn!   "Hamash Cherto Perteh, Ali Agha"   (It's all a load of rubbish)   "Hamash gharar barayeh gharar"   (They just make appointment for appointments)   "Yeki bayasti sar inaro begeereh va bekoobeh beham. Khejalat nemikeshan"   (Someone should bang their heads together, they have no shame)   Now ...
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Facing History

  Shirin Neshat at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C.   When you catch the right wavelength that communicates the nuances of a vast and varied culture to a wide global audience, you want to grasp onto it. Shirin Neshat, one might say, has achieved this; and, in the past two decades, she has b ...
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