Essays

Irani Irony

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International War Crimes vis-a-vis Internal Peace Crimes By Dr. Christopher Buck Editor’s Note: The following essay is an invited editorial and Iran Press Watch is deeply grateful to Dr. Buck for this remarkably brilliant piece.&hellip

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What is There to Celebrate?

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By Shahrzad Arshadi Editor’s Note: Iran Press Watch is pleased to publish the following learned essay by one of its readers, Shahrzad Arshadi.  This eloquent and informative essay was first disseminated on 11 February 2009&hellip

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Iran: Using terror internally and abroad

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Editor’s note: The following article was written by Wahied Wahdat-Hagh and is reposted here due to its importance for our readers’ information. A german translation can be found at http://europeandemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13322&catid=4&Itemid=22 On 14 January Iranian secret&hellip

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Bahai's Living in Iran with No Human Rights

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By Wahied Wahdat-Hagh, Die Welt, 12-Dec-2008 Editor’s note: A german translation of this article can be found at http://europeandemocracy.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=13278&catid=4&Itemid=22 Universal human rights are being trampled underfoot in the Islamic “Republic” of Iran. In particular, the&hellip

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Baha’i Faith and Social Action

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An Encyclopedia article by Dr. Christopher Buck Christopher Buck’s “Baha’i Faith and Social Action” is an “invited” article, published in the Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice, edited by Gary L. Anderson and Kathryn G.&hellip

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Religious Minority Rights

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By Christopher Buck In an increasingly globalized world, Islamic identity is ultimately a legal as well as a religious issue. This is especially true where the identities of religious minorities stand in tension with Islamic&hellip

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