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Nowruz 2015: “Eide shoma mobarak!” President Obama’s Persian New Year Greeting to Persians

Friday, March 20th, 2015

President Barack Obama has issued his traditional Persian New Year greeting to Persians in Iran and around the world.

For the text in English, see “Remarks by President Obama on Nowruz,”The White House, Press Office March 19, 2015.

For the video, click here.

Unlike in previous years, he text in Farsi has apparently not yet been published ny the White House.

The Trenchant Observer

Eid-e-shoma mobarak: President Obama’s 2014 Statement on Nowruz

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

President Obama issued his annual Nowruz greeting to Iranians today, on March 20, 2014.

The English text is found here.

The video of the President’s message, with subtitles in Persian (farsi),is found here.

The video of the President’s message, without subtitles, is founf here.

The transcipt of the video in Persian (farsi) is found here.

The Trenchant Observer

Obama: “eide shoma mobarak” — The President’s Nowruz (New Year’s) Greeting to Persians Throughout the World

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

For President Barack Obama’s 2015 Nowrux Greeting, click here.

See also the following related articles:

The Trenchant Observer, President Obama’s 2013 “Statement on Nowruz”, March 20, 2013

The Trenchant Observer, “eide shoma mobarak”—President Obama sends 2012 Nowruz greetings to Persians, denounces “electronic curtain” in Iran,” March 20, 2012

“President Obama’s Nowruz Message,” The White House, (with links to video and written text in Persian), March 20, 2011

President Barack Obama has issued a 2010 Nowruz Greeting to Persians in Iran and throughout the world who are celebrating the Persian New Year. The video in English with subtitles in Farsi, a version of the video in English with subtitles in Arabic, and the text in English may be accessed by clicking on the preceding links. The written texts in Farsi (Persian) and Arabic may also be downloaded as pdf files from the White House web site.

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