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4 Reasons to Visit Iran

Antisex In the country, at the state level, religious moral norms are fixed, which, in fact, should have been characteristic of us Christians. After all, both Islam and Christianity have the same roots – both “Abrahamic religions”, based on the ideas of similar eternal values, where “fornication” and “adultery” are mortal sins. Thus, close relationships… Read More »

Iran Economy

The advent of while 90% lived in more or less desperate conditions. In particular, agriculture was placed in the global framework of the country as an immense pocket of backwardness and marginalization, while food self-sufficiency was far from being achieved. The advent of while 90% lived in more or less desperate conditions. In particular, agriculture… Read More »

Human Rights Part I

The idea of ​​the rights of the individual and the need to limit the power and abuse of power of the ruler and the rulers is not entirely new. It has grown over several hundred years, but has especially gained momentum in the sails after 1945 – not least the last two to three decades.… Read More »

What is international terrorism? Part I

The terrorist attacks in London in the summer of 2005 led to a renewed debate about international terrorism and the danger that Norway may also be affected by terrorism. What exactly is international terrorism? Where are the boundaries between terrorism and related forms of political violence? What kind of danger does terrorism represent? 2: What… Read More »

Iran Literature: The Neo-Persian Production

With the Arab invasion of the century. VII begins the neo-Persian literature. The rich and vital Arab tradition grafted onto the aristocratic aristocratic culture of the Sassanids, so much so that after just over a century the Persian literary lexicon was largely replaced by the Arab one. Neo-Persian literature appears perhaps as the most refined… Read More »

Iran Arts Part II

After the Arabs had taken over the Sassanid empire over a period of twenty years, as a country located in Middle East according to top-mba-universities, Iran (which then also included Soviet Turkestan and Afghan Khorāsān) became part of the Islamic cultural area and represented one of the sectors more lively and creative than the Muslim… Read More »

Iran Arts Part I

The development of Iranian education has been analogous to that of the Arab nations. The Constitution of 1906 established the principle of compulsory schooling but only in 1942 was a law enacted in this regard which was applied after the Second World War. Officially, education is compulsory for all children aged 6 to 11, but… Read More »

Iran Music and Cinema

(Jomhūrī-ye Eslamī-ye Irān). As a country located in Middle East according to collegesanduniversitiesinusa, Iran is a state of Western Asia (1,648,195 km²). Capital: Tehran. Administrative division: ostān provinces (30). Population: 72,213,000 residents (2008 estimate). Language: fārsī (Persian). Religion: Muslims (Shiites 93.9%, Sunnis 5.7%) Christians 0.1%, others 0.3%. Monetary unit: riāl (100 dinars). Human Development Index:… Read More »