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The Ayatollah Begs to Differ: The Paradox of Modern Iran

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2009

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    Loved this book!

    I am an American just begining to learn about Iran's culture and history. This book was so amazing and insightful! I felt like an insider. I really liked the author's sense of humor. I finished the book recently and feel like I really understand what is going on with Iran's election and the people's demonstrations. I love the culture in a way I didn't expect and will keep reading. This book should be required reading for our representitives and pundits who keep mouthing off about Iran without understanding the history and Iranians' point of view.

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  • Posted February 23, 2009

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    Can Majd join Hillary's State Department team?

    This seems to be the pure quill on the Islamic Republic by somebody who knows it as a connected outsider: Majd is an Iranian American with connections in his ancestral home. I found his account of Iranian culture, politics, religion and national ethos engaging, positive and ultimately hopeful.

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  • Posted January 4, 2009

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    A Splendid Look into the Mind of Iranians

    You won't find government secrets in this book. You won't find detailed accounts of Iran's involvement in Iraq, Hezzbollah or Hamas. But you will discover much about Persian identity and how they see their government and the world at large.<BR/><BR/>If you're curious about Iran read this book. It gives you a great understanding of their concerns, their views and how their revolution against the Shah plays a pivotal part in everday life.

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