Inside Iran: Students Share Thoughts on Freedom, Linkin Park

ABC News correspondent Muhammad Lila sits down for lunch with young engineering students in the Iranian capital, Tehran.
1:52 | 10/30/13

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Transcript for Inside Iran: Students Share Thoughts on Freedom, Linkin Park
But the first question. My breaking a rule -- Beautiful. Do you like living in -- yeah. Journalists with a shoulder -- -- if you think you have freedom here. I yeah. It's -- what does freedom mean -- I do want to know what what. Can you do it every. And thoughtful. Maybe. That's going -- VW. Do you see changes here -- -- do you see progress. -- early to say that. Let me chassis. You -- government. You think you will be good for the young people here. Yeah. How do you think there are so many problems between. Did you guys -- very western. I mean forget that this is that -- we could be sitting in north. America America doesn't -- reasonable. -- -- -- What music do you guys listen to. You have -- favorite musicians. -- Lincoln Park -- He could ask other kids in America anything but would you ask them. There's. Why they don't listen com. Thank you guys thank you for your time.

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