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  1. says: Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri The Persian Night (NEW) Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read

    The Persian Night (NEW) Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri Read & download The Persian Night This book gives detailed information about the Iranian Shi'ite theocratic society after the revolution The book opens up with a good explanation of what Shi'a Islam is and its differences with the rest of the Sunni Muslim world Overall the book did a great job at explaining the inner workings and cultural complexities to this closed

  2. says: Read & download The Persian Night The Persian Night (NEW) Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri

    The Persian Night (NEW) Khomeini's RepublicA powerful but one sided argument directed against the Khomeinist regime which doesn't invalidate the reasoning T

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    The Persian Night (NEW) Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read & download The Persian Night This book is a scathing review of Iran under the revolutionary regime The author provides insight into the background of Khomeini and his revolution although the focus is mainly on how he distorts traditional Islamic and Persian culture The author argues that there remains a Persian culture within Iran that is not in line with the Khomeinist ideology The book presents in depth information than most studies of modern Iran provide The book'

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    The Persian Night (NEW) Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri A well researched well thought out book Takes a hard line stance purporting that Iran is a fascist regime which uses Isla

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    The Persian Night (NEW) Taheri gives a thorough analysis of the rise of the Khomeneinist regime and the political philosophy of the leaders it has put in power Although he applies a Western Conservative bend to some of the interpretations of events in Iran he is complete in his retelling of events and he provides a very uniue look at the rise of the Islamic Repub

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    The Persian Night (NEW) An excellent look at the suffering of the Iranian people and what motivates their tyrannical rulersListened to the unabridged audiobook on Audiblecom

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    Read & download The Persian Night The Persian Night (NEW) Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri This book greatly helped my understanding of the effects of the Ayatollah Khomeni and his successors on the general psyche of Iran While the author clearly doesn't care for American Democrats one has to look past that to understand that this

  8. says: The Persian Night (NEW) Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri

    The Persian Night (NEW) Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read I did not like this book Not only would I not recommend it due to being outdated it was published before the June 2009 demonstrations but I found it to contain uite a few mistakes and mis leading information that are clearly there to proof t

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    The Persian Night (NEW) Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri Read & download The Persian Night One of the most informative books I've read on Khomeinist Iran Taheri discusses how Khomeinist Shia Islam isn't even normal Shia Islam itself a minority approach to Islam He also discusses the structure of the government which is something I haven't found elsewhere Taheri predominantly shows how there are really two Irans the revolutionary one and the state The revolutionary one is Khomeinist fascist repressive anti Iranian and not suppo

  10. says: The Persian Night (NEW) Read & download The Persian Night

    The Persian Night (NEW) Read & download The Persian Night An informative book though incredibly biased I'd say Taheri's most shocking point for me was that the rulers couldn't care less about Iran as a nation indeed they're hostile to the idea suppressing it at every opportunity They are using control of the nation solely as a springboard to spread Shi'ism This revised edition frustratingly ends just before the recent uprisings in the countryI'm not sure about reco

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Read & download The Persian Night

Read & download The Persian Night Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri Eturn to the global mainstream This book is mandatory for anyone concerned about the future of Iran terrorism and the prospects for middle east pea. One of the most informative books I ve read on Khomeinist Iran Taheri discusses how Khomeinist Shia Islam isn t even normal Shia Islam itself a minority approach to Islam He also discusses the structure of the government which is something I haven t found elsewhere Taheri predominantly shows how there are really two Irans the revolutionary one and the state The revolutionary one is Khomeinist fascist repressive anti Iranian and not supported by the majority of people in Iran The state one is the one which tries to have sane institutions many which are holdovers from the pre revolutionary secular government state It s the one where many people in different occupations have set up free trade unions and kicked out their mullah overseers it s the one where there are feminist activists it s most of the youth Taheri feels there s a lot of hope to overthrow the Khomeinist regime given the right circumstancesVery readable very informative highly recommended

Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir TaheriThe Persian Night

Read & download The Persian Night Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri This timely and fast paced book by celebrated Iranian born journalist Amir Taheri examines the history of the Khomeinist movement in Iran to show h. Khomeini s RepublicA powerful but one sided argument directed against the Khomeinist regime which doesn t invalidate the reasoning Taheri a senior and seasoned Iranian expatriate journalist thoroughly disects and eviscerates the political framework on which the Revolution is based claiming that even the name of the Islamic Republic of Iran is a triple lie That it is not Islamic and is vaguely related to the minority Twelver Cult and that the Supreme Leaders Khomeini and his successor Khameini have been making up religious interpretation as they go along The Regime s uniue and curious structure with the Supreme Leader at the top is a bizarre innovation resembling Plato s Republic without precedence to any Muslim governance ever That is is not a Republic in the modern sense rather it is a fascist hierarchy That is is not Iranian as culturally it has rejected Iran s historical frameworks even it s 14 centuries of Muslim history and thinks of itself as IN Iran but not OF Iran it s leadership is interested in exporting revolutionary ideology than the national interests of Iran or the Iranian people To maintain itself what the regime wants most is not trade nor economic security but affirmation of its political legitimacyWe do not recognize a country named Iran We have an Islamic Republic located in Iran but it belongs to Muslims everywhere Khomeini Feb 1993 on the anniversary of the Revolution pp56Readers will be interested in Taheri s coverage of the political organization of the regime it s bogey men largely western powers and the specter of Zionism the composition of opposition groups and attitudes towards Western and Sunni nations In the final chapters Taheri extends his arguments for how regime change could be carried outThe writing is clear the basic message sound and there are few factual matters I would dispute to any degree However only some of his assertions are marked by references most are not so caution and secondary verification would be recommended but those I ve checked into mostly bear him out Like many Iranian expats he is bitter over the Revolution and the radical shift in direction to what amounts to a cult of personality which is not to discount his argument The basic message is sound the regime does seek regional if not global hegemony and to the degree that its rulers believe in the millenialist return of the Mahdi it represents an uncompromising and dangerous zealotry against the existing world world orderThough published in 2010 the message is timely To the extent that the regime regards its mission as in sacred terms compromise is problematic What contradicts this are signs of internal empire building and power struggles within the regime Aside from Ahmadinijihad being replaced by Rouhani as President who was Iran s nuclear negotiator in the 1st decade of the 21st century not much has changed It anything matters seem to be coming to a head

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Read & download The Persian Night Amir Taheri ↠ 9 Free read Read ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Amir Taheri Ow it is genetically programmed for war It will also show how Khomeinsim can be defeated enabling Iran to close the chapter of the revolution and r. An excellent look at the suffering of the Iranian people and what motivates their tyrannical rulersListened to the unabridged audiobook on Audiblecom

  • Hardcover
  • 300
  • The Persian Night
  • Amir Taheri
  • English
  • 21 December 2018
  • 9781594032400