Monday, September 05, 2016

Sign of progress? Reading Deepak Chopra in Tehran?

"“It doesn’t mean that people are atheist or anti-Islam,” Behjat said. “It means the middle class is fed up with the official version of religion that is imposed on them politically.” The texts are legal and officially licensed, but the readership is small. Behjat sells fewer than 2,000 Chopra books a year."