Red Roses, Black MarketPosted: 15 February 2012 Filed under: Memories & Events, SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: Iran, politics, translation, Valentine_Day 2 Comments
Red Roses, Black Market: Five places that aren’t feeling the love this Valentine’s Day. Foreign Policy. By Alessandra N. Ram. February13, 2012.
Good article except the title could have been more accurately chosen to read : “Five places that are forbidden to feel love this valentine’s day!” They are: Saudi Arabia, Iran, Malaysia, Uzbekistan , Belgorod (Russia). [Photo: “An Iranian woman looks at the window display of a gift shop in Tehran on Valentine’s Day February 14, 2008. ATTA KENARE/ AFP/ Getty Images]
What does the future hold for Iran?Posted: 31 January 2012 Filed under: SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: CNN, Expert_opinion, Iran, Iran_politics, Nuclear_program, translation, War 1 Comment
A CNN report: What does the future hold for Iran?
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War with Iran…Posted: 18 January 2012 Filed under: SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: Iran, Israel, obama, politics, Time_Magazine, translation, War Leave a comment
War with Iran: A Conflict Obama Hopes to Avoid May Be Imposed on Him. By Tony Karon, Time. Jan 17, 2012 .(Source of photo: same place)
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The Truth About IranPosted: 8 January 2012 Filed under: SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: Fareed Zakaria, Iran_politics, obama, Strait of Hormuz, translation 3 Comments
The Truth About Iran, Time. January 5, 2012. By Joe Klein
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Source: Iran’s growing state of desperation. The Washington Post, by Fareed Zakaria
Unite to end violence against women everywherePosted: 25 November 2011 Filed under: COZY CORNER, Memories & Events, SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: #۲۵نوامبر۲۰۱۱, End Violence against women Leave a comment
25 November: International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women
The United Nations’ (UN) International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women is an occasion for governments, international organizations and non-governmental organizations to raise public awareness of violence against women. It has been observed on November 25 each year since 2000.
Contain and Constrain IranPosted: 15 November 2011 Filed under: SOCIAL-POLITICAL, Uncategorized | Tags: anti_war, Cohen, Iran, New-York_Times, nuclear, politics, translation 2 Comments
Contain and Constrain Iran. New York Times. By ROGER COHEN. Published: November 14, 2011
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