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Dispelling the Myth of Iran

The new Iran is full of socially aware young people who welcome Americans.

9 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About the Persecution of Christians

Is discrimination against Christians an acceptable form of prejudice?

One of America’s Best Kept Religious Secrets

Could the growing Bahá’í religion revolutionize our political sphere?

Annual Report on the World’s Worst Religious Freedom Abusers Comes with a New Twist

The United States underutilizes the mechanisms put in place by the International Religious Freedom Act. That needs to change.

An Ayatollah’s Gift to Baha’is, Iran’s Largest Religious Minority

An ayatollah offers a beautiful symbolic gesture against a backdrop of violent persecution.

Defending the Defenseless

Amidst the travesty and torture that Pastor Saeed is forced to endure at the hands of his Iranian captors, his faith in Christ shines through

U.S. Diplomacy with Iran and the Ethics of Sitting Together at the Table

It is a diplomacy built upon an ethic whose goal is the sustenance and joy of all of humanity. It … Continued

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Laughter, the Best Islamic Medicine

Election-related turmoil in the Islamic Republic of Iran