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May 27, 2008

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please write Farsi no only English also!!!!
I read Engllish but no very good and like very much this blog

Fascinating stuff. Goes to show you can't rely on the press to tell you the truth, even now that we know we were suckered into a war on Iraq. It makes you wonder whether there is anything Iran can do to resolve this nuclear issue. So far, everytime Iran proves it is not making nuclear weapons, some new "evidence" is cooked up for the IAEA, and the media go on a frenzy.

Bernama, the Malaysian news agency, has this morning published an article making many of your points too:
http://www.bernama.com.my/bernama/v3/news_world.php?id=335824

I have just read your blog and has some good points.
Thought how much is truth and how much propaganda?

Are all states purveyors of propaganda?

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