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Blasts from the Past

Posted in Iran, Nuclear by homeyra on August 31, 2008

Iran Affairs: Blasts from the Past: Western Support for Iran’s Nuclear program

“Iran’s nuclear program started with the support, encouragement and participation of the United States, France, Germany and the UK because it made economic sense, and it still does. At a time when Iran’s nuclear program is portrayed as an imminent threat, its interesting to see that the program actually started long ago, with the support and participation of the same countries that today insist Iran abandon its nuclear program.” Some of the old newspapers articles here

e Shah: America’s Nuclear Poster Boy:

Back in the good old days, the regal Shah served as the poster boy for US power companies selling nuclear reactors TO A SKEPTICAL AMERICAN PUBLIC!”

Even the Shah of Iran has Done a Celebrity Tech Endorsement

A very short history

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  1. Ali Ramazani said, on September 1, 2008 at 11:51 am

    Thanx a lot dear Humeyra, I really appreciate your kind attention. I am transleting somemthing from Russian into Farsi. But all these Gol o Giyah are my week point. I do not know thier Farsi names. Your weblog is wonderful. Thanx for adding me.

  2. homeyra said, on September 1, 2008 at 11:04 pm

    For the gol-o giyah part don’t hesitate to visit Robo, he is our national online expert 🙂
    And thanks for your kind words.

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  4. amir said, on May 15, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    سلام .
    ممنون از مطالب خوبت.
    به عنوان یک ایرانی که عاشق وطنشه ازت میخوام که ایران را همانطوری که هست(یعنی صلح جو، دانشجو، سرسبز، شاد، و دوست داشتنی )به جهانیان معرفی کنی چون این روزها رسانه های دنیا به ناحق ایران را هدف گرفتند تا آن را در نظر خیلی از مردم ناآگاه دنیا بد جلوه بدند.در حالی که خودشان در خفا و آشکار جنایتهایی چه بسا زشت تر انجام می دهند!
    موفق باشی

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