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conscription to fight a war with Iraq which they feel is futile and disastrous for their own country. Conscientious objectors who tore off drafts in the US during the Vietnam war could get away a simple jail sentence. It is different in Iran, where their counterparts have to face execution. And yet, while the anti-war dissenters in the US in the 1960s caught headlines, few newspapers care to investigate into the plight of the thousands of Iranian exiles spread all over the world who are resisting the war, not to speak of more inside Iran who are being killed

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