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1937 One of the first cars in Tehran Iran

1937 One of the first cars in Tehran Iran

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Feb. 16, 2012, an Iranian Jewish man, prays at the tomb of biblical prophet Daniel, in the city of Susa, some 450 miles ( 750 kilometers) southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran. All but lost amid the heated talk about a possible Israeli attack on Iran's suspect nuclear program are the thousands of Jews who live in the Islamic Republic and could be caught in the middle. Photo: Vahid Salemi / AP    Read more: http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Worries-over-Iranian-Jews-if-Israel-attacks-

Feb. 16, 2012, an Iranian Jewish man, prays at the tomb of biblical prophet Daniel, in the city of Susa, some 450 miles ( 750 kilometers) southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran. All but lost amid the heated talk about a possible Israeli attack on Iran's suspect nuclear program are the thousands of Jews who live in the Islamic Republic and could be caught in the middle. Photo: Vahid Salemi / AP Read more: http://www.ctpost.com/news/article/Worries-over-Iranian-Jews-if-Israel-attacks-

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Iranian press freedoms grow for still-wary journalists

Staff at the Iranian daily newspaper Neshat

Shargh newspaper

Iranian press freedoms grow for still-wary journalists

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Just 23 days before revolution of 1979, most political prisoners were mysteriously released. Some have credited Texas Billionaire Ross Perrault, as he had two employees in Ghasr prison and had just left Tehran after failing to secure their release. Amongst those freed, where the few remaining members of People's Mojahedin Organization (PMOI, aka MEK or MKO). Pictured here, just arriving at her home is Ashraf Rabeie, soon to be the new bride of Massoud Rajavi, the person Camp Ashraf is named…

Just 23 days before revolution of 1979, most political prisoners were mysteriously released. Some have credited Texas Billionaire Ross Perrault, as he had two employees in Ghasr prison and had just left Tehran after failing to secure their release. Amongst those freed, where the few remaining members of People's Mojahedin Organization (PMOI, aka MEK or MKO). Pictured here, just arriving at her home is Ashraf Rabeie, soon to be the new bride of Massoud Rajavi, the person Camp Ashraf is named…

Street scene in Tehran, Iran, C. 1970.  WTH happened to them?

Street scene in Tehran, Iran, C. 1970. WTH happened to them?

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Iran Snapshots: Riot in Thieves Alley – Part 1 of 3

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