Ahmad Hashemi, freelance JOURNALIST, Iran and broader middle east analyst, political risk consultant, TV and news commentator

Ahmad Hashemi is a Washington DC-Based Iranian freelance journalist and an expert on the Middle East region and global geopolitical trends and in his work as a writer and freelance journalist, Ahmad contributes to Persian-language and international media. Ahmad Hashemi was born in 1977 in the seminary city of Qom, Iran. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Tehran and has a Master’s Degree in American Studies from the Iranian Foreign Ministry’s School of International Relations. In January 2008, he joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as protocol department expert and as an English, Turkish and Arabic interpreter. When the popular uprising started in 2009, he started to actively involve in the pro-democracy Green Movement protests. In early 2012 he nominated to run for parliamentary election but was disqualified by the Guardians Council. For this and other reasons, Ahmad was summoned and fired in May 2012 and soon, he had to heave Iran. Since late 2015, Ahmad Hashemi resides in Washington DC area He is currently pursuing another Master’s degree at the Missouri State University’s Department of Defense and Strategic Studies, located in Washington D.C. metropolitan area. As a writer and political commentator, he frequently appears on TV debates and talk shows. Ahmad Hashemi can be reached at AHMADHASH (at) GMAIL.COM

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  1. Mr. Ahmad Hashemi,
    There has not been being a country allegedly “South Azerbayjan”! never and ever.
    Even at present time, the country named “azerbayjan” in west of Caspian sea or Mazandaran sea was belonged to Iran and unfortunately due to incompetence of previous governments this grate land and iranian province – like some other in north of Iran – , has been detached from its own motherland, that land was named “Aran” – still has the meaning of Iran or part of it – You can say from the similar pronunciation although -; Later russia changed “Aran” to Azerbayjan in order to take political advantages of this issue in the future. And today we can observe some internal betrayed people who has no national sense and feeling to the great Persia / Iran, open their big mouth and shout nonsense verses our homeland. So you better not to repeat these dummy words again.

    just for your information I have relatives live in “Azerbayjan” and obviously they confirm my sentences.

    Keyvan

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