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On a dusty mountain path

On a dusty mountain path the sound of revving motorbikes breaks the river's flow scarring forever these mountains that have no where else to go.

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You must

Have you ever pondered distance and has time ever made you pause? To see that to measure is to make and to quesion is to

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We’re next

Dear Setareh, My name is Dave and I'm writing you because of a recent article you wrote for Iranian.com (” Today, I am a Palestinian”).

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Iran on the Brink

The Green Movement’s leaders are calling supporters to the streets, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is rallying his side with nuclear brinksmanship—and the clashes expected Thursday for the

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Full throttle spring

Where I live it is now full throttle spring. So magnificent I don't know where to begin. On one corner a lush fountain of shrubs,

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Thoreauly wrong

Ever since I started writing for Iranian.com I have had people who hate what I have to say. There are also, blissfully, many kind and

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Aghaye Hosseini

I have written about my naneh Kobra Khanom and what a great presence she was in my life and how her folk pragmatism gives me

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Don’t ask, don’t tell

Collaboration and appeasement were terms that you learned in Political Science 101 course in college. They were mostly taught, these concepts, in the context of

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Blond or bearded

I have just been watching the TV. It is 11:07 a.m. Tuesday September 11, 2001. A day I hope will not live in infamy. Shock

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We are the victims

Everywhere one goes these days one cannot help falling slowly into the abyss of a conversation about terrorism, its meaning, causes and cures. Most of

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