Faribi Amini

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When Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made his first visit to the US as president of Iran, I attended a ceremony at the Manhattan Hilton where he was speaking. Having gone there out of sheer curiosity, I sat listening, with some 450 others. After reciting a few verses from the Qur’an, Ahmadinejad spoke of the greatness of the Iranian nation and its equally great achievements under the Islamic republic.

Then Ali Larijani, Iran’s former head of the nuclear programme, stepped on the podium asking the “wonderful Iranians abroad” to support the nuclear energy programme just as they had supported Iran’s struggle for oil nationalisation half a century ago.…  Seguir leyendo »