Fear Eats The Soul In Little TehranJeremy Adrian
It's early Sunday morning, and a slate-dark sky threatens rain over Yoyogi Koen, a 130-acre park on the western edge of central Tokyo. The raucous rock 'n' rollers who make this patch of green a Sunday tourist mecca are starting to arrive. And so are a few of the hundreds of illegal Iranian workers who turn a corner of the park into a Little Tehran of sorts every Sunday.
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