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An open letter to senator and presidential hopeful Obama چاپ ارسال به دوست
Sherkoh Abbas   
                                   An open letter to senator and presidential hopeful Obama   

Dear Senator Obama

As the president of Kurdistan National Assembly of Syria, an umbrella organization of Syrian Kurds, I admire your efforts on behalf of human rights globally. I must however express my concerns with your views on having dialogues with Syria's dictator Bashar Assad.

Dear Senator, the Middle East Conflict extends beyond the Arab-Israeli conflict. I would like to bring to your attention the Plight of Kurds in Syria. Senator, we seek your support in resolving the Kurdish question in Syria peacefully and through dialogue. You should know however that President Assad or Assad Regime has consistently and gravely violated the human and the national rights of the Kurdish people of Syria for the last five decades.

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Who cares? چاپ ارسال به دوست
Cklara Moradian   
Who cares

cklara_moradian.jpgI am angry! At me, the girl who stares back at me in the mirror
by Cklara Moradian

"I am angry!" I typed in a search bar and I found numerous articles, poems, and vignettes of writers around the world who have begun their essays with this exact statement. In fact I've written a blog post with the same title in the past. Today I begin another rampage of thoughts in the same fashion and it is not the first time I have purged my anger unto a piece of paper and shouted in maddening rage. The anger has always been justified though because, well, let's face it, it's been about ME. Who is to say I can't be angry

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My Personal Statement چاپ ارسال به دوست
Azad Moradian   
The following article is a part of Mr. Azad Moradin article " My personal Statement', which was published on few websites as well as old vokradio website on December 2005

azad_moradian_032307.jpgMy personal Statement

by:Azad Moradian

It's so fascinating to look back and realize how much of my present and future is shaped by my past experiences, and how much of my perception is either expanded or limited by those events. It's quite interesting to realize how much of my understanding of myself and the world, how much of my goals and ambitions are formed through the bases of my existence; my mother's womb, my unidentified homeland, my belittled ethnicity, all the places I was raised and taught, and the most gripping moments that have defined who I am today and who I wish to be tomorrow. It is my history and background, my triumphs and tragedies, my accomplishments and losses, and the endless checklist of hopes and dreams that never seem to seize, which has painted the vivid picture that I envision to be my future.

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Iran Offers 2 Pages and No Ground in Nuclear Talks چاپ ارسال به دوست
The New York Times By ELAINE SCIOLINO   
The New York Times

July 22, 2008
capt.cps.nasafp.jpgIran Offers 2 Pages and No Ground in Nuclear Talks

PARIS - The Iranians called their proposal a "None paper."

Indeed, for officials of the six countries sitting on the other side of the table, the paper addressed none of their ideas for resolving the crisis over Iran's nuclear program.

Instead, the informal two-page document that Iran distributed at nuclear talks in Geneva on Saturday ignored the main six-power demand on curbing Iran's enrichment of uranium and called for concessions from the other side.

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HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH Iran: Release Detained HIV/AIDS Experts چاپ ارسال به دوست
Human Rights Watch   
Iran: Release Detained HIV/AIDS Experts
Arrested Physicians Have Not Been Charged, Whereabouts Unknown

( New York, July 21, 2008) - Iranian authorities should immediately release or charge two physicians who are internationally recognized for their work on HIV/AIDS, Human Rights Watch said today. The men, Arash and Kamyar Alaei, who are brothers, were detained without charge by Iranian security forces in late June, and their whereabouts remain unknown.

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