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Iranians taste freedoms on own terms

Dissidents shun US assistance



By Anne Barnard
Globe Staff / August 30, 2006

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TEHRAN -- Emad Baghi is a human rights activist who spent three years in prison for his writings. Shadi Vatanparast is a promoter of underground Iranian rock bands who, in the semi-privacy of her office, throws off her government-mandated headscarf. And Fazel Mehbadi is a mullah who preaches a message that's dangerously dissident in the theocratic Islamic Republic of Iran: ... (Full article: 1734 words)

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