The trial that put the system on trial

January 2000
Middle East;Jan2000, Issue 297, p19
Discusses former interior minister and Islamic reform advocate Abdollah Nouri's trial and subsequent imprisonment on `anti-Islamic' charges and its implications for Iran's justice system. Nouri's political career; Role of Imam Ayatollah Khameni in the development of Iran's justice system; Dilemma facing Iran's intelligentsia regarding its push for Islamic reforms.


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