Tuesday , 30 August 2016
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    I Will Vote, If…

    By: Mazdak Bamdadan The elections in the Islamic Iran should be considered as one of the most astonishing phenomena of the world, a phenomenon about which sociologists, and anthropologists, and historians will write many books in the future. The talk on “whether to vote or not” during the recent 18 years became so monotonous that ... ...

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    The Islamic Republic, the Elections, and the People to Decide

    It is obvious and everybody knows what is happening in our country and what the Islamic Republic is doing to the country and the people. Everyone knows that the government hasn’t fulfilled the promises it gave during the presidential elections in 2013, and still our people are suffering from a miserable condition. Let’s quickly have ... ...

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    Building a democratic family is not simple work

    A talk with Nahid Keshavarz; Sociologist By: Sepideh saghafiyan, Sammane Abedini In the West there was a kind of marriage commonly called bourgeois marriage, which was similar to what we call traditional marriage in Iran, that is, a man married with a woman and had his own personal life, and his own entertainments, and had ... ...

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