April 12, 2004

Interview with Sazegara, Shahran Tabari, London

Monday, April 12, 2004

Joblessness is the biggest problem faced by the Islamic regime, and it would not be solved without major changes in Iran's foreign policy, which so far has been based on three principles:

ideological dogmatism, anti-Americanism and supporting the Palestinian cause, dissident politician Mohsen Sazegara, in London for medical treatment, tells Radio Farda. He was one of the speakers of last week's Oxford University conference on the future of Iran. (Shahran Tabari, London)