Hossein Hedjazi

radio and television host

Guest

Producer and host Irane Farda, a weekly television show in Farsi; former host of a political discussion show on Pars TV, a Persian satellite TV network; former program director and show host of Radio Iran (KIRN), a Farsi-language radio station based in Los Angeles, broadcast on 670 AM and by satellite across the US

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Iran is one of the countries affected by President Trump’s travel ban.

Travel ban highlights political divisions in Iranian-American community

Iran is one of the countries affected by President Trump’s travel ban.

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The largest Iranian community outside of Iran itself is in West Los Angeles, and it's come to be known as Tehrangeles.

Tehrangeles: LA's Iranian Community Reacts to Implementation Day

The largest Iranian community outside of Iran itself is in West Los Angeles, and it's come to be known as Tehrangeles.

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At last night's Academy Awards, Iran's  A Separation  won the Oscar for  Best Foreign Language Film .

'A Separation' Unites Iranian-Americans in Los Angeles

At last night's Academy Awards, Iran's A Separation won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film .

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