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Legend has it that once upon a time, ZaHawk a mythological, tyrannical, unjust, and cruel despot, ruled over Persia.
Persian New Year at spring vernal equinox is the beacon of hope & reconciliation, forgiveness & love, and the yearnings for liberty, dignity, fraternity, equality, tranquility, justice & peace!
U.S. IMMIGRATION: Is It Still an (inter-)National Asset or a Heartland Liability? You be the final Judge!August 6, 2018 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free
The Persian New Year at the spring vernal equinox is commemorated in Iran, Central/West Asia and by the diaspora
Iran: the Historical Cradle of Civilization, the Origin of Human Diversity, and the Bastion of Humanistic ToleranceDecember 1, 2017 1:34 am Leave your thoughts
An article by Davood Rhani
Iran as the Historical Tri-Continental Bridge, and Ireland? An Ethno-Cultural and Etymological InterconnectednessMarch 29, 2017 12:00 am Leave your thoughts
Over forty years ago, a number of Irish professors visiting the University of Tehran disseminated their research findings that there is a firm anthropological connection between Iran and Ireland from the distant past
Nowruz in Persian literally means the first day [of the New Year]. It is the most prominent seasonal celebration of the solar calendars
Our nation deserves an urgent return to a normal state of affairs, including equal opportunities for all.
United, we must take back our country from the ultra-supremacists in the White House