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Iran is not a homgeneous society!!

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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), May 11, 2006 at 18:54

which country in the world is homogenous Mr Yazdi?? America! Costa Rica! or Congo Brazaville!! You know in Morocco -Counted as Arab state- you have Arabs, Jews (in race), Rifites, Susites, Chelhites, Ghmarites, Sahrawites, Twaregh..and each speak their own language, and that is already more than the races in Iran. Morocco is just one province in Iran in terms of size. Maybe the size of Yazd. So, your argument that plays the racial tones is worth being recycled if not burned..If you want the Americans to appoint you the King of Yazd than trying to join the San Francisco groups. Believe me you will end up clapping for the dancing goofies in the Shahist Channels!!

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