How Iran could become the Australia of the Middle East – VisualPolitik EN

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The Islamic Republic of Iran is, in addition to being the archenemy of the United States and the West, one of the most unknown countries in the Middle East. We are talking about a giant with more than 80 million inhabitants and one of the 20 largest countries in the world in terms of surface area.

A country dominated by a rigid elite of clerics and old-fashioned, radical and fundamentalist jurists, an unyielding layer of power under which lies hidden a completely different country. Can you imagine Iran becoming a kind of Australia in the heart of the Middle East? Would such a thing be possible?

It is possible that by the time you finish watching this video your image of Iran will have changed forever.

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