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Movie Review: ‘To Light a Candle’ – A Bahai Story of Hope

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We hope that this could inspire many Iranians who are suffering tyranny and be a glimpse of hope to them. Read More »

Music Review: Hafez Nazeri – ‘Untold: The Rumi Symphony Project’

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Hopefully this marks the beginning of a brand new musical tradition, one with the ability to move audiences no matter what their religion, cultural or ethnic background. Read More »

Obama Losing Support on Syria – Send Dennis Rodman to Damascus Now!

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It would be much better to be shooting basketballs in North Korea and Syria instead of bombs. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century’ by Christian Caryl

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Historical change tends to happen in big leaps, rather than by gradual evolution. Read More »

World Hesitant to Support Obama’s Plan for Syria

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Some may find it strange to consider that some of our allies have shown hesitation to follow America in her preparation to attack the Assad forces. The British Parliament,,, Read More »

Anthem Film Fest: Two for the Culture

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Narrative film – movies that tell a story through drama or comedy – has the power to foster cultural change, as these two films demonstrate Read More »

LA Film Fest: ‘My Stolen Revolution’

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Nahid Persson Sarvestani's very personal film about the aftermath and consequences of the 1979 Iranian revolution. Read More »

Politics Intervenes in Halting the Iranian Nuclear Threat

Political considerations may negativly affect talks with Iran on nuclear proliferation. Read More »

Movie Review Argo – Life is Stranger than Fiction

Argo is another successful film in a growing catalog of titles coming from the relatively young, Ben Affleck. Read More »

Movie Review: The Green Wave

The Iranian government clamped down against protestors with a viciousness designed to obliterate resistance and destroy hope. Read More »