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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) replied to Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
It is possible to put a lid on things for awhile but eventually it will boil over. The Pahlavi period was like being on drugs. You can have a great trip on LSD but one day you have to come down to earth when the effects wears off and face the reallity.
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) replied to Siavash (@Siavash) on Pinned comment
Your point of reference is shah and shah only and that’t not mine.

I am sure you can also appreciate that ISIS is targeting Christians (unless you don’t count the Christians and other minorities) so the war is not only between the Shiites and ISIS .As I outlined in the historical background, Mid ... Read more
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
Comparisons between Attar's The Conference of the Birds and Chaucer's The Canturbury Tales have bee written about.
www.journals.aiac.org.au/index.php/IJALEL/article/view/881
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America’s relation with the Saudi reveals only Trumps predatory nature. Wherever he is allowed to make a few bucks he is in. It has nothing to do with Iran. We all know about Iran and Saudi and how they treat their people. Turmp’s vulgarity knows no boundaries. He has made it very clear it’s all ... Read more
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
A great interview. This is the first time I hear an Iranian scholar refer to the sacking of Baghdad by Halauge as the single most important event which allowed the renaissance of the Iranian identity. I have been doing a bit of research on it and I don’t believe Halaugu would have attacked the Aba ... Read more
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
I hope the exhibition travels outside of Iran as well. It sounds like an amazing tour de force of history, culture and arts.
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Iran’s confrontation with the West or Saudi Arabia has nothing to do with Rohani’s election and what’s happening inside Iran. It’s to do with Iran’s foreign policies that have been planned and endorsed by the hardliners. Rohani has no power over Iran’s involvement in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, and ... Read more
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) replied to Dakho (@Dakho) on Pinned comment
I bet IRI has a different approach to the mosques and any holy sites that promote their religion and political ideology. Money won't be an issue in preserving them then.
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A great documentary. It clearly shows how much some ordinary people care about their cultural heritage and how little government does. Very inspiring.
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
Thanks for the up-date Mr. Khodabandeh. You are right the situation in Albania is a bit different than in Iraq. I would say is more stable for MEK however. Reason being IRI closeness with some Balkan countries, especially with Serbia. IRI although has softened its stance on Kosovo but still does no ... Read more
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Parsa Parsa (@Parsa) on Pinned comment
Islamic republic of Iran has all the hallmarks of a oppressive regime, and because they are driven by religious ideology it makes them cultish as well which means nothing is off limits. They won’t hesitate to devour their own members if something goes slightly off-kilter in their ‘security' arrangem ... Read more
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This is a good example of those Iranians who claim American politicians understand the political situation in Iran, especially with regard to this current administration. They never have and they never will. The U.S. may be interested in toppling the government but does not care about changing one ... Read more
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This film was made in 2002 by Atom Egoyan the Canadian Armenian director.
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