Monday, May 20, 2019

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Blogs

BLOG: U.N. Appoints Women’s Rights Violator Iran to Judge Women’s Rights Complaints

Author: Shabnam Assadollahi “If you wish to know how civilized a culture is, look at how they treat its women.“ Bacha Khan Over the last 40 years, women in Iran have been demanding changes to repressive...

BLOG: I Don’T Know If History Repeats Itself

Author: Sheema Kalbasi In today’s political climate, Iran is portrayed as an anti-Semitic state. Iran’s extreme policies in the Middle East and its wholesome, crude, and uncompromising enmity toward to the state of Israel has...

BLOG: The Islamic Republic in Iran—a State Sponsor of Terrorism That Must Be Overthrown

Author: Shabnam Assadollahi The Islamic Republic is a state sponsor of terrorism—that’s why Canada shut down the Iranian embassy in Ottawa in September 2012. Chapter 152 of the Islamic Republic constitution  as well as its terror export...

BLOG: The US Should Not Restore the Iran Deal in Its Original Form

Author: Reza Behrouz During an interview on Iran’s national television last week, Ali Akbar Salehi, the head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization made an astounding admission. While actively engaged in negotiations with the P5+1 in...

BLOG: Stroke in Iran: Lessons from A Large Urban Registry

Approximately 15 million people worldwide suffer a stroke each year and 5.8 million people die from it. Stroke claims a life every 6 seconds. It is the second leading cause of death for people...

BLOG: Gender Oppression and Inequality

Author: Sheema Kalbasi Living a principled life has many challenges. Fitting in a community and a sense of belonging without having to change, or be questioned or shamed is what most people desire. Unfortunately there are...

BLOG: The Importance of the Iranian-American Vote, to me.

Author: Krisitin Orloff I’ve never considered myself politically active. I always voted. I felt it a duty to the thousands of women before me who fought and died for me to have this right.  No one...

BLOG: How Do You Define Yourself?

Author: Nazanin Ramzi “How do you define yourself?" I am asked. Of the human species. A woman. Born into a Jewish family in a predominantly Shiite Muslim country. Lived in Iran for twelve years. Family. Home....