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Link in Iran

Note: WordPress, the home for this blog, is still being filtered in Iran. Some persons there have ways of working around the filters. One Iranian friend has translated much of this blog into Farsi, and included it in her blog … Continue reading

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What Iranians want Americans to know.

Submitted on 2011/01/30 at 2:06 pm “What would you in Iran most like those of us in North America to understand about your country and your people?” What I say is not an expectation; It is just a prayer, a … Continue reading

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Religious Rights

Spencer Bradford says: January 5, 2011 at 5:39 pm I am active in the U.S. in campaigns for human rights, opposing the death penalty in the U.S. and supporting Palestinian rights. I’m informed by a human rights group that an … Continue reading

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How can we work together for peace?

David Powell says: October 25, 2010 at 12:37 pm I will try to start some discussion from both sides of the pond, by asking this question -How does your religion and culture encourage peace between people? Reply Zahra Karimi says: … Continue reading

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What in the world is this Blog about?

This blog has been designed as a place for Muslims in Iran and Christians in North America to communicate openly and honestly about their lives and their beliefs, to learn from each other, and to build trust and promote peace … Continue reading

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Jesus in the Qur’an

How is Jesus described in the Koran? Here is the answer from an Iranian E-Pal. I don’t know have you ever read these verses of Holy Quran about your and our Holy prophet Jesus and his Holy mother Miriam. We, … Continue reading

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What if 1000s of regular citizens of the United States and Iran were to begin discussions by email about how each of us can work together for peace between our countries? What if this included 1000s of Christians and 1000s … Continue reading

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