Blog: Eye on Iran is giving you the podium to write our Iran blog.

February 10, 2010 14:47
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Iran. What about this word has been triggering so many readers to respond and react as of late? Is it the aura of the word "nuclear," or perhaps the near-perfect good guys/bad guys structure that has unfolded before our eyes? Could it be the degree of threat Israel and the Western world face? Whatever the reason, the most popular articles on for months now have been about Iran. So our thinking is, "Let's give the readers a podium to comment about Iran in a new blog that is written exclusively by readers." Send us your entries, and the best candidates will be posted on our new Iran blog on Just one request: Let's create a forum that is written intelligently and creatively. Give it your best shot. (Please include your name and location in your entry)

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