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November 30th, 2011
Episode 657 of 1250 episodes
Dr. Larijani, Iran's secretary general of the High Council for Human Rights, describes Iran's system as a democratic structure based on Islamic rationality, and engages in a sometimes heated discussion with the audience on nuclear weapons and human rights in Iran.