Featuring HOPI’s Yassamine Mather (in Farsi).
With Yassamine Mather on BBC Persian (in Farsi)
Yassamine Mather (chair, HOPI) spoke on the roots of Islamist fundamentalism and the myth that the Paris attacks were caused by outrage from the provocations of an irreverent magazine. Continue reading
The United States is about to release the frozen cash in some Iranians’ bank accounts, saying Tehran has kept to the interim deal over its nuclear programme. Yassamine Mather was invited to discuss the deal on the BBC Persian Service. Note, the clip is in Farsi throughout!
HOPI’s Yassamine Mather outlines how the sanctions being eased today actually helped enrich many clerics in Iran.
While no substitute for being in the room and taking part in the day’s proceedings, a live stream of the HOPI dayschool tomorrow, Saturday 25th, will be accessible online. This is an experiment for HOPI which we hope will be useful for both Iranian comrades and others who unavoidably cannot make it on the day.
The stream will be accessible at the link below beginning at 10:30 am
The uneasy agreement between the 5+1 powers and Iran over the country’s nuclear programme has provoked controversy in both countries and an almost hysterically hostile campaign from Israel. In the confusion, some clear facts emerge.
University of London Union, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY
1) Imperialism, nuclear negotiations and US -Iran relations: Mike Macnair.
Israel and the need for war: Moshe Machover
2) Workers’ struggles before and after 1979: Torab Saleth
The Rouhani government, sanctions and workers’ struggles: Yassamine Mather
3) Iran’s national minorities: Nasrollah Ghazi
This event will be broadcast on Livestream
BBC Persian Service