Series Overview: Making Iran A Bit Less Hidden
National Public Radio (NPR) / Steve Inskeep
02-Feb-2009 (one comment)

It's been 30 years since the Islamic revolution in Iran. The Iranian government is spending 10 days celebrating the time when Muslim clerics took power in 1979. The anniversary comes just as the U.S. considers a new approach to Iran. This week, Morning Edition examines how some Iranians see their world, and what the revolution means to them. At a weekend gathering at the shrine of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the revolution's founder, a group of young Iranian women sum up the revolution in two words: independence and freedom.

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Goes without saying that this way Iran will remain hidden 4 ever

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Such a shame that as usual the people interviewed were all carefully selected/filtered for the interview by the Information ministry of the Islamic Republic since they all gave the same reponses that ONLY IRI rulers would give to vindicate themselves and justify the complete failure of the revolutionary ideals and goals, turning Iran into an isolated pariah state we see before us.