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The Commentary’s “Khorram Country” columnist Babak Khorram talks to Joseph Planta about Fahrenheit 9/11, the Iraq war, and his trip to Cuba.


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

Joining me on the line is Babak Khorram, who is a columnist at The Commentary. Since September 2003, he has written the Khorram Country column, which has featured such subjects as health and science, international sport, and current affairs.

He was born in Iran and recently graduated from the University of British Columbia. He will be returning to UBC in the fall to pursue post graduate work.

Babak’s just returned from Cuba, and he discusses the culture, the country, and his trip in a new edition of Khorram Country at www.thecommentary.ca

Welcome to The Commentary, and this new interview segment, Babak Khorram. Good evening, Mr. Khorram.


This segment was produced by Joseph Planta, with technical production by Vishal Dhir.

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