Iran and it’s real case with asylum seekers

“Iranian, Asylum seeker, Australia” hearing these 3 words will probably remind you of what Western media is reflecting on Iranians, contributing to the highest number of asylum seekers coming on boat to Australia in 2013. Some of whom had converted to Christianity and their refugee status is been refused and one Iranian woman who has [...]

January 29, 2014 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Women Against War in the Middle East

On which side are we standing; War or Peace? This is the question I am asking from myself each time a threatening news is released about Iran in media. This is my answer so far: War is the time for generals who are bragging for each other, Peace is the time for women who are [...]

May 22, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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He, She but not We

Dancing and singing, mingling with opposite gender playmates; these can be primary hobbies of children under 7 years old going to kindergartens but in what has recently been  defined as” Islamized kindergartens” these very basic entertainments are forbidden in the kindergartens in Iran. Willingness of Iran regime to have “Islamized” communities and learning environments is [...]

May 17, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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May Day in Iran: Celebration or Objection?

The international worker’s day in Iran was held in 1922 for the first time. Now, 9 decades later the Iranian workers are still trying to form gatherings and demand justice on the May day. Against many other countries, the first day of May is not “celebrated” in Iran. Workers are under serious financial pressures and [...]

May 5, 2012 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Zayande Rood celebrates Abangan

Abangan, is one among the 12 Iranian celebrations, held on 10th of Aban month, Aban day of Aban month in Persian calender which is on 1st November. This celebration is held in praise of Anahid or Anahita, the Goddess of flowing water similar to Afrodite, the Goddess of love and beauty in ancient Greece. In [...]

November 13, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Transition to Green Economy

While this year’s World Environment Day is named “Green Economy Initiatives “mainly in India, considering the increasing population of the world and concerns about industrials and their effect on the environment, what is our role in reducing environmental risks and providing a green economy ? As an example, Montazeri Power plant and Isfahan oil refinery [...]

June 7, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Susa Museum left unprotected

On May 11th, Iranian Governmental Television broadcasted a report in which the reporter describes the Susa Museum. While showing ancient stones belong to Achaemenid and Parthian empire are exposed to stealing and damaging hazard without being protected with glassy time capsules completely that any visitor can easily access to these historical documents. The reporter mentions that [...]

May 13, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Another disappointing end for Iran’s Lakes

Although fishes’ mortality has happened several times during the last years, head in chief of Marivan Department of Environment announced: “Each year, at the beginning of spring via tilting seasonal rivers to Zarivar Lake, a huge amount of mud pour in to the lake and causes turbid water and loss of oxygen and Ph level [...]

May 11, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Tehran;Decentrilized or Devasted?

By : Ali Eskandari Capital cities are generally known as the main,major,modern, the most populated, the most polluted and the most important cities in countries. These cities usually are the heart of political, economical, industrial, social and cultural affairs of their countries and these characteristics are somehow attractive for the majority of people to benefit [...]

May 9, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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Leave to Live

There is nothing more difficult than leaving, leaving your country,   where you were born, you grew up, went to school and experienced the firsts in your life, the first love, the first …. I left my country, the place where I grew up in, but didn’t leave memories behind. I am not describing my feelings [...]

April 6, 2011 · Maryam Khazaeli · Comments Closed
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