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How is the Iranian Revolution an example of religious revivalism?

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How is the Iranian Revolution an example of religious revivalism?

Iran:

Iran is a country in the Middle East located between Iraq and Pakistan. Traditionally, it has been known as Persia in the West. Most people in Iran are Shia Muslims and speak Farsi as their first language.

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Before the Iranian Revolution Iran was one of the most secular societies in the Middle East. Women were not forced to wear the veil, could serve as...

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The Possibility of Democracy in Iran

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Chapter 29 / Lesson 5
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A number of talking heads on the news concern themselves with the status of democracy in Iran as if some simple solution can be found. However, as this lesson demonstrates, democracy in Iran is far from simple.


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