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AFTER THE VOTE: THE GROUND SHIFTS IN IRAN

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AFTER THE VOTE: THE GROUND SHIFTS IN IRAN Sponsored by the Arab and Middle Eastern Journalist Association (AMEJA) June 19, 2009 -- In the wake of last week's election, events in Iran are moving quickly: allegations of voting fraud, massive protests and security crackdowns, emerging divisions within Iran's political class. In order to understand what's happening on the ground, AMEJA has assembled a panel of journalists covering the unrest from inside Iran and abroad. The conference call is part of an ongoing effort by the Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association (AMEJA) to connect journalists in the U.S. with reporters and experts in the Middle East. The Arab and Middle Eastern Journalists Association (AMEJA) is a non-profit organization for media professionals of Arab and Middle Eastern descent who work in the US or at US news organizations abroad. Membership is free and open to qualified individuals.:http://ameja.org/join.asp WHO: Nahid Siamdoust, Time magazine Kouross Esmaeli, Filmmaker and journalist Dr. Muhammad Sahimi, Tehran Bureau Mahdis Keshavarz, The Make Agency (Moderator)

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