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Persian is our secret

and after some creative detective work at 2 in the morning we found what we were looking for. So, he recited the poems in Persian

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Looking at Lady Liberty

The best daughter EVER My daughter is a big-shot radio reporter in Washington. She called the other day and made an offer. — “Baba! How

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Battle of symbols

One thing is clear. Iranian.com pledges allegiance to no one. Unless they make an offer that can't be refused. Iranian.com has and will publish features

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Searching for America

Yes. If you want independent, interesting, diverse media outlets to survive, you must support them. Texaco will not advertise here (unless Rumsfeld decides to park

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Bye bye Berkeley

Bruce is Mr Idea. Ask him for help, and he has a million solutions. All of them great. He's also promised to play tennis with

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Arash Radpour

Entrate

Arash Radpour is just one of about 100 different photographers featured on iranian.com since it first went online eight years ago. They, as all artists,

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McIllusions

Pardon this interruption. Before you read Dr. Tehranian's excellent commentary, I just wanted to let you know that on the very first day of “Mamnoon

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Nazanin’s great leap

May is… Mamnoon Iranian.com Month Nazanin's diary first began appearing on iranian.com in July of 2001. Since then her popularity has grown tremendously. You should

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All over the place

May is… Mamnoon Iranian.com Month iranian.com first went online eight years ago as a bimonthly magazine with a dozen or so features. Today it's updated

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First heart beat

    May is… Mamnoon Iranian.com Month iranian.com first went online eight years ago as a bimonthly magazine with a dozen or so features. Today

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One… two…

Picture the scene. Varinder myself and a doctor are in an ultrasound scanning room. Varinder is lying near horizontally with a load of clear gel

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May is…

  They say a million Iranians have settled in the U.S. We have excelled in education and business. We have built schools and community centers

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Despised we should not be

Googoosh sings for iranian.com Annoucer: “Ladies and gentlemen, we present you… Googoosh!” Mad applause, 30-minute standing ovation. Googoosh: “Salaam beh hamvatanaan azeez!” Insane applause, ear-popping

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Disturbing opportunism

Recently, two statements on the necessity and urgency of fundamental political change in Iran have been distributed via the internet. The first is authored by

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