Selected by: Ali M. Aliabadi

November 8, 2004

A. Primary Sources

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—. “Contraction and Expansion of Women’s Rights: An Interview with Dr. Abdol-Karim Soroush. ” Translated by Nilou Mobasser. 4/28/2000., PP. 1-10.

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—.” Dr. Soroush’s Interview with SERAJ, April 1997. PP.1-5.

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—. “Democracy and Rationality: An Interview with Abdolkarim Soroush by Shargh Newspaper.” Translated by Nilou Mobasser. January 2004.

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