The Broad Perspective

Dr. Morteza Karimi, “Being from the Middle East does not necessariy mean “Muslim”.

December 22, 2016

This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori, Greg Barnes and Laura Feliz as the chat with:

Dr. Morteza Karimi

Being from the Middle East does not necessarily mean "Muslim".

  • In 1986 Dr. Morteza Karimi immigrated from Iran at the age of 23.  There is a popular misconception that anyone from the Middle East is a Muslim which is not the case.    Dr. Karimi holds 3 PhD's (theology, human resourses and oriental medicine.)     Today he discusses:
  •  The role of oil in the middle East.
  •  The contracts with Britain and the East India Trading Company.   
  • Did  the US brought the Ayatollah into power?
  • Even though George Bush called Iran "the Axis of Evil", how many business interests do the Bush family have in Iran?
  • Is the marriage of Iran and Russia one of convenience?