Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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Blogs

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....

BLOG: China’s Destruction of the Persian Gulf Ecosystem

Author: Banafsheh Zand For over a decade, the Iranian Fisheries Organization (IFO) has stealthily allowed Chinese industrial fishing ships to fish in the Persian Gulf. In recent months however, due to ongoing protests and various...

BLOG: Canada’s Relationship With Iran

Author: Shabnam Assadollahi Unlike many Iranians abroad, I don’t travel back and forth to Iran, don’t do business with the Islamic Republic, and don’t hold a valid Iranian passport. I have no vested interest in...

BLOG: The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Replica of the Eiffel Tower – a Monument...

Author: Dena Ziari The unveiling of a scaled-down replica of the Eiffel Tower earlier this month, in an Iran ruled by Islamic Clerics who are in contempt of the West, illustrates the discord between the veiled...

BLOG: A Dark Day for Iran

Author: Marjan Keypour Greenblatt Another dark day for Iran Earlier today, Iranian Kurdish brothers Zaniar and Loghman Moradi were executed. Their judgement was handed down following unfair trials and confessions that allegedly were made only after...

BLOG: I Witnessed Hope

One never knows what a new school year will bring.  This year, it brought two 6th students from Iran who spoke only Farsi. I will call them Kian and Pari. Yet, in a few...