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Most Iran exiles in U.S. oppose an attack

With neon signs in Persian decorating the window of the Woodland Hills Market – “Kabob” glowing in bright red, “Iranian Market” in pea green – this corner grocery store could just as well be in Tehran as in the heart of “Tehrangeles,” the name Iranians everywhere have given their largest exile community. Products labeled in Persian and English reflect the dual identity of most customers, who find themselves particularly torn these days, wanting change in Iran but dreading what further sanctions or military action would do to Iranians. Full Story

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