Iran: national minorities, centrifugal forces and endogenous fra

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Just two weeks before the controversial presidential elections
June 12, 2009, a bomb struck Iran, May 28, a Shiite mosque
the city of Zahedan, capital of the province of Sistan-Baluchistan
adjacent to the Afghan-Pakistani border, making some nineteen dead and
a hundred injured. An event that had to remind the Community
International that the Islamic Republic of Iran is homogeneous or
religiously or ethnically and its minorities are worked
by irredentist currents whose existence and activism raise many

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