The scholar recounts his detention and interrogation at JFK airport.
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These dervishes represent a uniquely Iranian hybrid of Judaism and Islam.
Whenever tensions over Iran’s nuclear energy program appear to dissipate and rational, fact-based reporting begins to replace agenda-driven rhetoric in the press, ISIS release a new study intended to restore alarmism to front pages and TelePrompTers.
The biggest donor to Republican Party political groups said Tuesday that the United States should drop a nuclear bomb on Iran to spur the country to end its own nuclear program.
Although such a greeting is a good sign, it’s just that: a sign. Only time will tell if the sign actually leads to real change in the condition of religious minorities inside Iran.
If Iran’s new president sounds moderate, it must be taqiya.
NIAC has increasingly troubled the war crowd, “so much so that it has become one of their favourite targets”.
Cyrus Habib has become the highest ranking Iranian-American elected official.
Attack of the neocon warmongers demystified.
A new PBS documentary reveals how films and other media have shaped an anti-Muslim narrative.
Iran is lurking along the southern fringes of the US, necessitating Obama to “address the growing hostile presence”
A questionable quest for “authenticity” in the Iranian diaspora.
The Daily Fail does it again, revealing the general mindset at the newspaper.