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  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    greater wealth gap. In response to the Shah’s corruption, riots broke out in the fall of 1978. The Shah went into exile in January of 1979. In April of 1979, a referendum created the Islamic Republic of Iran. Ayatollah Khomeini, the figurehead of the Revolution, became the Supreme Leader. The new government was based on Islamic law and turned many Iranians into outsiders. After the Iranian Revolution, devout Muslims were accepted into the community and given authority while women with secular views, supporters

  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    abundance of diversity defines their culture. This paper will define the culture of Iran by analyzing the environmental, political, religious, and military operational variables, as well as their military conflicts with the United States. The Islamic Republic of Iran; also known as Persia, is a country located in Southwest Asia. Its boundaries stretch from the Caspian Sea to the north and down to the Persian Gulf at its southern tip. The capital of Iran is Tehran, seated between Iraq, Afghanistan

  • The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan

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    The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is located in south and central Asia. Its geographic coordinates are 33 00 N, 65 00 E. Afghanistan’s neighboring countries include India, Pakistan, Iran and, China (about.com). Afghanistan has 647,500 square kilometers of area and since it is surrounded by land, it has no water area. Afghanistan is a relatively small country. For example, it is roughly the size of Texas. Afghanistan has cold winters and hot summers. The warm season begins in May and ends in

  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    Among the nations of the Middle East, The Islamic Republic of Iran stands as an oddity. It is a nation with a unique history, culture, and national identity. Formally known as Persia, Iran is the only non-Arab nation in the Middle East and the only Shi’ite theocracy in the world. The world’s first empire sprang out of Iran and spread from Egypt and Greece in the west to modern cultural identity day India in the East. Iran’s diverse history has manifested into a unique that has put Iran’s political

  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    otherwise known as the Islamic Republic of Iran, or Persia, is currently the 17th largest nation in the world (2nd in the Middle East) with a current population of around 78.4 million people. Modern day Iran was established on April 1st, 1979 following the overthrow of the Pahlavi Dynasty though events now referred to as the Iranian (or Islamic) Revolution of 1979. Iran is one of the four Islamic states in the Middle East that operate independently, and under Sharia, or Islamic law at the same time

  • The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan

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    Background Throughout history the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has faced numerous invasions, a series of civil wars and enormous bloodshed. In 1978 the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) seized power in a coup against President Mohamed Daoud in what is known as the Saur Revolution. This revolution is said to be the catalyst for upheaval and armed resistance that would follow for the next 20 years. Opposition of the communist regime resulted in the rise of guerilla mujahideen forces

  • The Islamic Republic of Iran

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    The Islamic Republic of Iran joined the Process at the second ministerial conference in Kabul, June 2012. Iran leads the Education CBM and has expressed its willingness to participate in implementation of all other CBM. Bilateral Ties and Regional Cooperation Iran has participated in all the regional and international conferences starting from the Bonn Agreement in 2001 to the HoAP ministerial conference in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 2013. It has also been the main supporter of the ECO and has participated

  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    The Islamic Republic of Iran is an authoritarian, complex and opaque regime with many leaders including the Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who are openly hostile toward the west and in particular the United States. The former Supreme Leader Khomenei once said, “we must strive to export our Revolution throughout the world, and must abandon all idea of not doing so,” # despite their best efforts the Iranians have failed to achieve the Revolution’s goal. Furthermore the vast majority of Muslims

  • The Islamic Republic Of Iran

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    was officially established and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Since then it has been an active and vocal player in world politics. It’s rich history of political revolutions have inspired new waves of government control, tyrannical and benign leaders, and great cultural change over time. The strong religious beliefs expressed by the people of this nation are both a form of unity and disunity that cause widespread schisms within this state. As a theocratic republic, the intermingling of religion and

  • Afghanist The Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan

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    Afghanistan, officially named the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is situated in south and central Asia. Lying on the Iranian Plateau, its geographic coordinates are 33 000 N, 65 00E.Being a land-locked country, it is surrounded by the rigid Hindu Kush Mountains. It borders along six countries, including on the north by Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan, the far northeast by China, the east and south by Pakistan, and the west by Iran (infoplease.com). Approximately the size of the U.S state

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