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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Fwd: Just Say No: Prohibitions Against Havaleh Between the US and Iran



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Date: Thu, Jun 24, 2010 at 9:52 PM
Subject: Just Say No: Prohibitions Against Havaleh Between the US and Iran
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PAAIA: Public Affairs Alliance of Iranian Americans

Just Say No: Prohibitions Against Havaleh Between the US and Iran

By Erich Ferrari

A Note from PAAIA: In response to several inquiries by our members about havaleh, we asked Eric Ferrari, a Partner in the Washington, DC office of McNabb Ferrari, P.C. and a member of the Iranian American Bar Association-Washington, DC Chapter to tell us about the laws and regulations that govern these transactions. He kindly obliged with Just Say No, an informative and thoughtful article that we are happy to share with you.

Click here to read full article in PDF.

Dr. Vishtasp Broumand Living by his Hippocratic Oath in Haiti

By Negin Mirmirani, PAAIA Editor

The group arrived in Port Au Prince, Haiti, as it was getting dark, the smell of decomposed and burning bodies filling the hot, humid air. Dr. Vishtasb "Vishy" Broumand's body ached as he led his medical team through the chaotic streets jammed with injured victims looking for loved ones. Still in a back brace from a recent car accident, Vishy and his team of volunteer doctors from Florida had crammed into the VW van of a Christian Dominican charity that morning packed with supplies and ready to begin a treacherous 5-hour drive on dirt roads looking for a University of Miami tent in Haiti.

Click here to read more.

PARSA – Relief International Fellowship

By Mana Rostami Mouripour

Readers of PAAIA's weekly are familiar with Relief International (RI) whose president Farshad Rastegar was featured in the March 11, 2010 issue of the newsletter. This week, I sat down with Megan Plaskow, RI's Intern Coordinator, to find out about the PARSA-Relief International Fellowship.

Click here to read the interview.

Women's Soccer: New Head Coach Omid Namazi Leads Chicago Red Stars to 2-2 Draw VS Washington Freedom

When named Head Coach earlier this month, Namazi said of the Chicago Red Stars, "This is a talented group, but talent alone is not always going to be enough. There need to be other elements to the team -- good leadership, commitment to winning and commitment to doing everything in order to get the W's. And I think that's an area where I can bring some leadership to the team." With two goals by Red Stars' Brazilian forward Cristiane bringing their Jun 12 match with Freedom to a draw, Namazi said, "I feel that we're progressing in the right direction, but the important thing is to keep improving. We're going to keep working hard."

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