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All Posts Tagged With: "Iran"

Red Lines and Deadlines: Filmmaker Notes: Director Taghi Amirani

Coming to Iran from the West can give you a superior air of arrogance, something I was guilty of myself.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Essay: Handle With Careah

Iran has two governments. One is a functioning democracy, complete with elections, a feisty press, and a cadre of reformist politicians. The other is a narrow-minded clique of mullahs.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Interview with Director, Middle East Forum, Council on Foreign Relations, Judith Kipper

Judith Kipper discusses Iran with anchor Bill Moyers.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Introduction

(September 23, 2004) Twenty-five years after the Islamic Revolution in Iran, the struggle for political reform is the big story. With rare access, WIDE ANGLE films behind the scenes with the young reporters of one of Iran's leading reformist newspapers.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments

Red Lines and Deadlines: Timeline: Iran, Pahlavi to Ahmadinejad

A history of Iran from 1921-2005.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments

The Worlds of Islam

Map of Shia holy sites.

Sep 23rd, 2004 | Comments
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