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· March, 2012

Below are posts about citizen media in Farsi. Don't miss Global Voices به فارسی, where Global Voices posts are translated into Farsi! Read about our Lingua project to learn more about how Global Voices content is being translated into other languages.

Stories about Farsi from March, 2012

Iran: Earth Hour celebrated in Tehran

Iran: Does Easing Internet Sanctions Make Any Difference?

The U.S. Department of Treasury is easing sanctions on a list of Internet services including Yahoo Messanger, Google Talk, and Skype. Although welcoming of the news, Iranians are showing only...

Iranians to Israelis: “We Are Your Friends”

An Israeli Facebook campaign to say to Iranians “We will never bomb your country. We love you.” has received an answer from Iranians in the form a corresponding Facebook initiative...

A Love Letter From Israel to Iran

A message of love from Israelis to Iranians sounds stranger than fiction in these tense years where Iranian and Israeli governments threaten each other constantly. But we see examples of...

Iran: I repent that I voted for Ahmadinejad

Iran: Authorities ‘worried’ about social networks

Iran: ‘The button’ in Ahmadinejad remarks

Iran: A Nowruz New Year Without Goldfish?

Goldfish have a special place in the Iranian New Year, Nowruz, celebrating the first day of Spring (March 20). But every year animal rights defenders and bloggers launch campaigns to...

Iran: ‘May God bring bread to empty tables’

Iran: The sanctions are resulting in inflation

Iran: Wednesday Feast with crackers and fireworks

Iran: Pro-regime websites protest against filtering

Iran: Cartoonists Rage Against Khatami for Voting in Election

Mohammad Khatami, the former reformist president of Iran voted in parliamentary elections on Friday, March 2, 2012 going back on his word that he would refuse to vote until political...

Iran: Women Say No to the War Monster

The Iranian Islamic regime has ignored International Women's Day for more than three decades. It does not recognize March 8, and has even banned women organizations from celebrating the day....

Iran: Order for a ‘national cyber space council’

Iran: ‘Crackdown on social network users’

Iran: MediaFire is blocked

Iran: “Should We Vote Again?”

The Islamic Republic is preparing for parliamentary (Majlis) election on Friday, March 2, 2012. While several opposition groups have called for boycotting the election, the Iranian state is employing anti-Western...

Iran: Nationalist feelings only for election time

Iran: ‘Wish we had a couple of candidates’

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