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  • Feminism In Iran

    the bible. How many more of these laws do they want to execute and what will our nation look like if their movement is effective in bringing America’s laws into agreement with the laws of God? These expectations that are demanded and urged could affect you, your mother, sister, wife, or even daughters, just like women in Iran. We too,…

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  • Iran Corruption

    lead to Iran 's ' public sector 's considerable growth . The vast growth of Iran 's government is considered to be one of the causes of some of the interdepartmental corruption. The corrupt behavior displayed by the employees of this specific section can be attributed to their low pay, which in turn puts them in a position of providing the necessities for their families’ daily living expenses. While a small fraction are paid well, greed is a motivating factor behind this type of corrupt…

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  • Modernity In Iran Essay

    instituted by Shah Pahlavi were at odds with Iran’s traditional, Islamic culture. Coupled with anxiety about Westernisation and inequality created by the influx of a huge quantity of petrodollars, the discrepancies between the views of the Iranian people and their ruler reached breaking point. The Shah’s goal of modernizing Iran can…

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  • Lighting In Iran

    Light is considered a key concept in Islamic culture, therefore, in Islamic art; a special place has been dedicated to it (Mahdavinejad, 2003: p. 30). Study the main sources in the field of Islamic Architecture of Iran, especially the available resources in the field of Iranian Islamic identity, in its general sense emphasize on the concepts, that light is one of the most important (Mahdavinejad et al., 2011). Light as a factor that makes the act of perception, has a central role in the visual…

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  • Iran Research Paper

    Iran The Islamic Republic of Iran is located in southwestern Asia. Iran contains many mountains where most of its inhabitants settle on the edges. The capital of Iran is Tehran located in the Elburz Mountains. Iran consist of 77,555,000 inhabitants and is a unitary theocracy. The official language is Farsi and the official religion is Islam. The Supreme Leader, Sayyed Ali Hosseini Khamenei, head of state and government, is more powerful than Iran’s president, President Hassan Rouhani, and…

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  • The Iran Iraq War

    The Iran Iraq War resulted in millions of casualties and billions of dollars worth of damages, with neither side benefitting in return. The prolonged war was rooted in territorial and religious disputes among the bordering nations. Saddam Hussein, dictator of Iraq, strongly advocated for “progress under the banner of secularism and a united Arab destiny” (Ibrahim). On the other hand, Iranian leader during the war, Ayatollah Khomeini, became an activist for a fundamentalist Islamic state. The…

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  • Iran Informative Speech

    What do we really know about Iran? Speaking for myself, hardly anything at all. So how is it that I have came to the assumption that this country, and these people, are all dangerous, terroristic, and a threat to society? There are many misconceptions Westerners have of middle eastern people, Iranians in particular. Conclusions are made about these foreigners with limited or unreliable evidence to support them. In a world filled with biased media how do we know what is the truth? "Iran…

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  • Essay On Iran Culture

    Culture is influenced by many different factors. Iran is no exception. Iran 's culture is affected by history, past conflicts, and religion. Iran, known as Persia until 1935, has a long and rich history (Iran in perspective, 2008). Early rulers of Iran were known as shahs who determined rules and policies. During the Qajar Dynasty, Shahs were seen as shadows of god and guardians of the flock. They exercised extensive authority over life, honor, and property. The Shah was the sole possessor of…

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  • Nuclear Iran Essay

    Nuclear Iran Iran is one of the leading countries in the Middle East and the Muslim world. The controversial theocratic regime which has been leading the country since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, headed by Ali Khamenei, has been eager to develop and acquire nuclear weapons, despite scrutiny from the international community and the United States. Ever since the revolution took place and the new regime was established, sanctions were put in place against Iran. Even though over the years the…

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  • Iran Revolution 1979

    The Iranian Revolution of 1979 changed not only the government of Iran, with its fundamentalist Islamic overthrow of the Pahlavi monarchy; this event furthermore impacted the political and religious climate of the countries surrounding it as well. The revolution ushered in an era of transformation in the Middle East. This effect on other nations, primarily due to the nature of the regime transformation Iran underwent, lasted for decades and into the twenty-first century. The nation of Iran…

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