U.S.-Iranians feel mixed ahead of World Cup showdown
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STORY: Players of Iran's national soccer team have been drawn into a political crisis at home, pressured by protesters who want to question the legitimacy of the country's clerical rulers to publicly side with them and condemn a deadly state crackdown .
Football fan Mariam Ispahani told Reuters she would "love to separate politics and religion from sport".
But others had a stronger opinion, like Mohammed Ghafari, who said he wished Iranian players "wouldn't win because a lot of people in Iran are suffering".
While one woman, who gave her name only as Rebecca, said she was torn because although the duel was exciting for Iranians and Americans, "good people" in Iran "don't want this game to happen because they are so upset and you lose loved ones."
The USA take on Iran in the World Cup Group B showdown on Tuesday (November 29).
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