Trita Parsi Responds to Charges by Michael Rubin over “Democracy Funding” Program
Irancove @ November 28, 2007 # 9 Comments
Below is Trita Parsi’s response to Michael Rubin’s op-ed in the Washington Post (and continuing provocation) arguing in favor of government sponsored programs that fund groups pushing for regime change in Iran. Parsi—who is president of NIAC—along with most respected Iranian dissidents like Nobel Laureate Shirin Ebadi, and jailed journalist Akbar Gangi oppose such legislation, […]
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Encore Presentation of “Zero Degree Turn” Finale Aired in Iran
Irancove @ November 28, 2007 # 4 Comments
via The Christian Science Monitor For seven months, millions of Iranians have turned on their television sets Monday at 10 p.m. to watch a World War II drama that challenges stereotypes about Iran and Judaism. The story line could not be less likely in the Islamic Republic, whose president calls the Holocaust a “myth”: An […]
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More Media Consolidation from FCC?
Irancove @ November 28, 2007 # 5 Comments
New laws about more media concentration are being considered for decision by this December. Stop Big Media has an interesting page about the debate, including a handy chart of who owns the media today.
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IAEA-Iran Cooperation Accentuates Political Nature of Dispute
Irancove @ November 28, 2007 # 6 Comments
Source: NIAC By: Farideh Farhi Washington DC – The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) November 2007 report on Iran was much anticipated because of the agreement on a work plan regarding a time frame for the resolution of “outstanding issues” that had remained regarding Iran’s past activities. Based on this agreement Iran was expected to […]
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