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Persian Body Art - Cultural Self-Expression
As the fad of tattooing has grown largely in Western culture and throughout the
world so has Persian Body Art. Over the course of the last decade, one ethnicity
has taken the opportunity to express themselves beyond the generic tribal or
Celtic designs found around the arms of young men and women and
celebrities alike. Iranians (historically known as Persians) have also been in
this growing mainstream phenomena of body art and tattooing. However, a
significant difference lies in the way Iranians have decided to express
themselves.
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Bo remembers Bijan
Henry Kissinger: "If You Can't Hear the Drums of War You Must Be Deaf"
NEW YORK - USA - In a remarkable admission by
former Nixon era Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger,
reveals what is happening at the moment in the world
and particularly the Middle East. Speaking from his
luxurious Manhattan apartment, the elder statesman,
who will be 89 in May, is all too forward with his analysis
of the current situation in the world forum of Geo-politics
and economics
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Saralime !
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Persian Adonis
Lee Kholafai
Little Iran in Lebanon ?
“Persians are the best when it comes to beauty,” says 25-
year-old Azadei Eslamy, who owns a beauty salon in Hamra,
Beirut. Although she was born and raised in Los Angeles, she
has regularly visited Iran since her childhood and speaks
fluent Farsi. “My mom made a point to keep me in touch with
my roots. My blood is 100% Persian and I’m proud of it,” she
tells.
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Iranian American Entertainers Speaking Out
Many Iranian Americans have turned to the arts as a
means of critiquing the status quo both in Iran and the
US. Among them is actor and stand-up comedian Maz
Jobrani, an Iranian American and former “Axis of Evil”
comedy troupe. He has been touring with the troupe since
2005; his routine surrounding Iran, racial profiling, and
being Muslim in America. His act is so popular that he
has appeared on shows ranging from the Colbert Report
to The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.
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IRANIAN SEX BOMB:
ULDOUZ
Iranian awarded best actress at Montreal Film Festival 2011
Fatemeh Motamed-Arya crowned best actress at Montreal Film
Festival 2011 - in "Inja bedoone man" (Here Without Me) a
Bahram Tavakkoli's adaptation of the celebrated book by
Tenessee Williams "The Glass Menagerie". The multi award
winning actress' calibre and personal politics questions
motivation of this year's jurors  
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"A Separation" wins Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2012
"A Separation" won the Oscar for best foreign
language film on Sunday, becoming the first
Iranian movie to win the honor.
Written and directed by
Asghar Farhadi, the domestic drama focuses on a couple going
through a divorce and touches on traditions, justice, and male-female
relationships in modern Iran.
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International Women's Day & the Islamic obstacle
The International Women's Day has assumed a new global dimension for
women in developed and developing countries alike. Nevertheless, the
growing international political Islam, which has been strengthened by the
Islamic Republic of Iran, is a new serious barrier in the way. Today,
despite many coordinated efforts in the world, the international
community along with the United Nations practically ignore the fate of
hundreds of millions of women who are conscious or unconscious victims
of Islamist misogyny. Today, we know that struggle for equality, justice,
peace, democracy, secularism and development is not separated from
the struggle against Islamomisogyny.
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Israel Loves Iran
Israel ♥ Iran Peace campaign goes viral on social media !
Warmongers left baffled as "Israel Loves Iran" social media campaign
goes viral on facebook and the internet. Graphic designer Ronny Edry an
Israeli, decided to challenge the media barrage for War on Iran by the
current Israeli government by showing the world that governments do not
speak for the majority of their citizens. The message of peace and love
has left many on both sides of the debate completely surprised.
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West starting to realize they are aiding terrorists in Syria - Lavrov to RT
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov believes Western
politicians have started to realize that overthrowing Assad’s
government might lead to a worsening of the Syrian crisis.
This shift in the attitude is due to the rise of jihadists in Syria
and the threat of the country turning into a caliphate, he said
in an interview with RT
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Miss Universe Canada
Iran Moves Forward: The Silent Revolution for Iranian Women
Things are changing in Iran and it isn’t just about the politics.  As the nation moves forward
politically, the women in Iran are having their own silent revolution. The modesty of their mothers is
being forgotten as the modern women of Iran develop their own style. Women in Iran have been
looking to the West for fashion inspiration for quite a while now. The modern Iranian woman has an
at-home wardrobe that is nearly indistinguishable from what you would see in the U.S. or Western
Europe
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Norooz, the Iranian New Year has arrived !
No-Rooz, in word, means "New Day". It is the new day that starts the year,
traditionally the exact astronomical beginning of the Spring. Iranians take
that as the beginning of the year. This exact second is called "Saal Tahvil".
Now-Rooz with its' uniquely Iranian characteristics has been celebrated for
at least 3,000 years and is deeply rooted in the rituals and traditions of the
Zoroastrian (This was the religion of ancient Persia before the advent of
Islam in 7th century A.D.).
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Reading Megillah in Tehran: How Iranian Jews Celebrate Purim
The Jewish community of Talmudic Babylonia was
not the only one that knew intimately of
contemporary Iranian power and considered the
Purim story in that light. A well-preserved
synagogue discovered in 1932 in the Western
Syrian garrison town of Dura Europos reflects a
parallel approach that is nevertheless quite
different from that of Rava.
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