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Sara Dehghan
Sara is a journalist with years of experience in producing shows and hosting live TV programs.
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(1) Comments | Posted November 25, 2013 | 5:47 PM

Most Iranians are socio-politically conscious and opinionated about issues that rise in the news.

Each Iranian is indeed a political analyst, socio-psycho expert and an arts and culture savant.

Although the common view is that the Iranian people are restricted in expressing their opinions, the dialogues taking place in...

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A Tribute to the Courageous Iranian Students

(4) Comments | Posted December 7, 2009 | 8:05 AM

In the winter of 1953, a few months after Mohammad Mossadeq, the democratically elected prime minister of Iran was removed from power by coup d'état, the Shah's security forces attacked University of Tehran, killing three students. Since then, December 6th of each year - commemorated by both religious and secular...

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Iran: Male Clerics Call for Justice While Female Parliamentarians Advocate for Discriminatory Laws Against Women

(9) Comments | Posted September 1, 2009 | 2:03 PM

Iranian women have been expressing their opposition to discriminatory laws and calling for equality and justice. Through campaigns such as the One Million Signatures Campaign, they have approached Iran's judiciary officials and legislature to ask for the revision and reform of current discriminatory laws against women. These reforms include...

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Iranian Diaspora and the Green Wave Revival

(2) Comments | Posted July 17, 2009 | 3:10 PM

For more than two weeks, I watched helplessly as my brothers and sisters were beaten, arrested and killed in the streets of my homeland. As we entered the third week the sudden death of Michael Jackson shifted the world's attention from Iran. The wall-to-wall international coverage ended abruptly, leaving those...

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Growing Up in Iran and Watching the Election From the U.S.

(17) Comments | Posted June 15, 2009 | 12:32 PM

I didn't see the Islamic Revolution. I was one month old when the Iran-Iraq war began. 8 years of my life were spent in an absolute fear. The soundtrack of my childhood was the air strike red alarm with that strident sound which was usually followed by the sound of...

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