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The Demonization of Iran and Shi’a Ratchets Up

Friday, June 9, 2017

The Demonization of Iran and Shi’a Ratchets Up    The demonization of Iran commenced in force after the signing of the July 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between the P5+1 (U.S., United Kingdom, France, China, Russia and...

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Iranian Province of Azerbaijan and the Present-day Republic of Azerbaijan

Monday, December 7, 2015

By George A. Bournoutian Professor of History Iona College, New York. It is about time that we, the scholars dealing with the history of Iran seriously respond to the unsubstantiated and dangerous claims by Azerbaijani historians regarding the Iranian...

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FIRE AND JASHN-E SADEH

Thursday, February 5, 2015

FIRE AND JASHN-E SADEH   Ali A. Jafarey   Greatest Discovery:   Take away fire and man (stands for both the genders) will revertto wilderness like any other animal! The greatest discovery made by man aloneon this good earth is the art of...

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New Narratives and Dimensions of Palestinian-Israeli-Jewish Conflict

Friday, November 28, 2014

Robert Olson Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky The unrest and rioting by Palestinians during the past eight months in the West Bank, Israel and Jerusalem seems unlikely to resolve the Palestinians', Arabs' and Muslims' grievances with...

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The Coalition Against ISIL and Unexpected Challenges

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

By Robert Olson Professor Emeritus University of Kentucky It has been nearly two months since the Jeddah Communiqué was signed by some 40 nations, coming together to use their various political, economic and military resources to challenge the...

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Is the Middle East Becoming Less Arab and Less Sunni?

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

By Robert Olson Professor Emeritus, University of Kentucky. This was the gist of the headline of an article written by Hisham Melhem, an internationally respected journalist and commentator on Middle Eastern history and politics. The short answer to...

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Salient Points of the Zarathushtrian Religion

Saturday, October 11, 2014

By Ali A. Jafarey   Zoroaster'scomplete name is Zarathushtra Haechataspa Spitama."Zoroaster" is the most current of various Greek forms of his firstname. He was born around 1767 BCE (3780+ years ago) in what was northeastern Iran and today...

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Contemporary Iranian Photography

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Abbas Daneshvari Professor of Art & Art History California State University, Los Angeles. Every contemporaryexpression hangs in the balance until an inexplicable judgment of historyeither validates or rejects it. The contemporary arts of Iran,...

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The Obama Doctrine and the Israel-Palestinian Conflict

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Robert Olson Professor Emeritus University of Kentucky Middle East Analyst    On 23 April Mahmud Abbas, the President of the Palestinian Authority (PA), announced that it would unify with Hamas, the Palestinian entity in Gaza, with whom...

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Restoring the Ledger of History

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

ARARAT Magazine February 23, 2012. George Bournoutian’s series of translations of primary sources from Russian, Armenian, and Iranian, including his most recent, The 1823 Russian Survey of the Karabagh Province: A Primary Source on the...

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December 25: The Birthday of Mithra and Jesus

Monday, December 9, 2013

December 25: The Birthday of the Iranian God, Mithra and Jesus of Nazareth by Siamak Adhami, Ph.D.  "Grass-land magnate Mithra we worship, whose words are correct, who is challenging, has a thousand ears, is well built, has ten thousand eyes,...

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Persian Art Exhibit

Saturday, November 30, 2013

An exhibition of a collection of Persian/Iranian art, from pre-historic times to the present, was held at California State University in Los Angeles, California on May 2012. Watch the video reported by the Voice of America.

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Petrodollars and Academic Rigor

Monday, November 18, 2013

MESA 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana, came to a successful conclusion on October 13, 2013, thanks to the hard work of its staff and volunteers. http://www.mesa.arizona.edu/annual-meeting/index.html As a publisher, I am always interested and curious to know...

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