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Iranian court reopens Kazemi case

Iran's Supreme Court has ordered a new investigation into the death of the IranianCanadian photojournalist, Zahra Kazemi, while in custody in 2003. Judiciary spokesman Ali Reza ... Read more

Holocaust Denial and Tehran

The Wall Street Journal Online By ROYA HAKAKIAN November 3, 2007; Page A Dictatorships bear paradoxes. I came across a set of them 10 years ago, when I ... Read more

Solidarity with Iran

The Wall Street Journal Don't believe it when people say Iran's democracy activists don't want U.S. help. BY AKBAR ATRI  Monday, October 15, 2007 12:01 a.m.  As I write ... Read more

Ahmadinejad is not Iran

West should be aware the president does not speak for his people  PAYAM AKHAVAN  Freelance  Monday, October 01, 2007 The media frenzy surrounding Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's visit to ... Read more

Blogging Ahmadinejad in Tehran

The New York Times September 30, 2007  OP-ED CONTRIBUTORS AMERICANS might be forgiven for thinking they have heard everything there is to say about Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to ... Read more

A day Iranian exiles remember

Roya Hakakian Published: Monday, April 9, 2007 On the morning of April 10, 1997, Berlin's Turm Strasse was cleared of traffic and blocked to anyone but pedestrians. ... Read more

Canada may launch own Kazemi probe

Canada may launch its own criminal investigation into the role of Tehran's top prosecutor in the rape, torture and murder of Montreal photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who was beaten to death inside Iranian's notorious Evin prison in July, 2003. ... Read more

The Enemy Next Door

Anti-Semitism in Iran has a checkered past, writes a Jewish author who fled the country 20 years ago. And, Ahmadinejad notwithstanding, it has a bumpy future. ... Read more

Author Discusses New Iran That Few Truly Understand

03/08/2007 By: Julia E.M. Halewicz Last Sunday, the Iranian government arrested more than 30 women in Tehran for peacefully demonstrating for the equal treatment of ... Read more

Reading Postel on Tehran

Iranian people are left alone to face their repressive regime because the left feels uncomfortable about siding with Washington. ... Read more

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