Tag Archives: Iran

Book Review: Too Many To Jail

Too Many To Jail: The Story Of Iran’s Christians, by Mark Bradley [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours in exchange for an honest review.] As someone who has read books on the troubles of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Captive In Iran

Captive In Iran, by Maryam Rostampour & Marziyeh Amirizadeh with John Perry [Note: This book was received free of charge from Tyndale Publishers in exchange for an honest review.] Captive In Iran is a book that I can relate to … Continue reading

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War Is Not A Game

It is at least moderately significant that war games are going on right now in Syria, a nation whose regime is unstable (and that is putting it rather charitably) between Syria and three other nations: Russia, China, and Iran. This … Continue reading

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Boundary Conditions

One of the phenomenon of the crises of 2011 has been the fact that they have not been contained to one or a few countries.  It suggests that there is the feeling (and reality) of “contagion” where the problems of … Continue reading

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Tunisia And The Wikileaks Revolution

Today the former president of Tunisia, Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, resigned from power after twenty three years of (despotic) rule after weeks of protests against the lack of democracy withstood the pressures of the repressive powers of the police[1].  … Continue reading

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