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Warriors of Paradise
Iran Now: part 1
'In short, holy war and martyrdom bring about justice, the rule of virtue, even if only partially. This is fundamentally the logic of Islam and its teaching.'
(MR KARRUBI , National Head of Iranian Martyrs' Foundation)
The Iranian Revolution was one of the most important world events in recent decades. It radically shifted the balance of power in the Persian Gulf, and it has acted as a focus for a resurgence of confidence throughout the vast Islamic world. Yet the causes, meaning and basic facts of the situation in Iran remain largely unknown to outsiders.
In two films Everyman shows scenes from all levels of Iranian society, and gives a unique insight into the state of Iran today. In this, the first part, an examination of the religious beliefs that inspired the revolution -and still sustain it.
Film cameraman ROBERT POWELL Film editor RICHARD BRUNSKILL Series producer DANIEL WOLF Producer OLGA EDRIDGE
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Unknown: Mr Karrubi
Unknown: Robert Powell
Editor: Richard Brunskill
Producer: Daniel Wolf
Producer: Olga Edridge

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