Sunday, August 3, 2008

The actors of Iranian revolutions

CROWDS

Thank you Critical Montage.

5 comments:

nunya said...

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Sadegh said...

Great blog...keep up the excellent work...I'll be adding you to my blog roll and be sure to check your posts at regular intervals...best wishes, sadegh kabeer...

Sadegh said...

Salaam Naj...again, keep up the good work...be sure to stay in touch...hopefully I'll get round to adjusting my blog so you can actually view it...i've never been sure about how many posts i should be displaying at any one time...is there a norm??? I'll clearly have to make up my mind fairly soon...take care...

ba arezu ye movafaghiat,

sadegh

goatman said...

If I may impose, I wonder if you could define the word "taarof" for me? I suppose it to mean something akin to "modest grudging empathy" as expressed by a people. I ran across the word recently in reading the National Geographic writeup on Persia. The article seemed to suggest that conquering armies would be accommodated by the ancient Persians with a sort of friendly but secretive attitude. Thus softening the occupation but allowing for quiet resistance.

The best to you. I have always enjoyed your blog.

Naj said...

goatman

Yes, taarof does make Iranians "hard to read".