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Wedding in Tehran  

Wedding in Tehran

Weddings in Iran are sex segregated, and I had to get special persion to see the bride, but not her face of course...
Fundamentalist Iran

November 10th 2009
For more of my blogs about Iran, please visit The Real Iran and Tourist Iran To label Iranian people as ‘fundamentalist’ would be an absurd generalization. It carries as much truth as the flipside proclamation; that western culture is inherently evil and immoral. The governments and media of the nations in question are content to propagate these stereotypes, given that from an authoritarian ... read more
Middle East » Iran » North » Tehran

Iranian Flag Known as Persia until 1935, Iran became an Islamic republic in 1979 after the ruling monarchy was overthrown and the shah was forced into exile. Conservative clerical forces established a theocratic system of government with ultimate political author... ... read more
2nd September 2010

To nickkembel Nick Kembel
Hey bro, Where have you found them? How could you find so religious friends in Iran? Are you a fundamental Muslim like your friends? If not then i suggest you to find normal people to attend their party. Go and make friends with young people in Iran. Don't look for specials I am an Iranian too, and I would say, well its very hard to find such kind off marriage party in Iran unless in a poor and low level part of city. sometimes. If you were in Iran you may know what am I talking about.

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