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· March, 2006

Stories about Iran from March, 2006

Iran: A 534 Soldiers Blog!

A group of Iranian soldiers has launched a collective blog (Persian), to make a digital bridge among 534 soldiers. Blog talks about their daily military life and their trips.

Kurdistance: Echoes of Violence, Identity and the New Year

What makes a people, a people? What defines a group: a common voice, a common history, culture, a blogging engine? Just as the Iranians, the Kurds celebrate New Year or...

Tourism, Islamic Vietnam & Blogs

IranMehr (Persian) talks about tourism industry problems in Iran. He writes despite country’s attractiveness such as historical monuments, ancient villages, ecosystems…He talks also about government’s politics to attract 20 million...

11 Quakes Hit Southern Iran

Early Saturday morning (at approximately 07 GMT), an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8, struck in Southern Iran, as measured by the USGS. With the given depth of 44 km...

Iran: Just Nuke it!

Thanks to Say no to crack blog we discover T-Shirts & sweat shirts with “Nuke Iran” slogan on them! Say no to crack has given us a link to a...

Iran: The Flight from Iran!

View from Iran says about her flight from Iran. Blogger writes ” the flight from Iran was uneventful. By the end of our flight, not one woman was wearing a...

Iran: Sufis under Pressure

Akhbar Sufi (Sufi news) is a new blog which is talking about Iranian Sufis’ problems with Iranian government. Akhbar Sufi (Persian) says in Semenan decision has already been taken to...

Iranian New Year

Today Iranian all over the world will celebrate NEW YEAR (1385), Norouz. It is fascinating to see that many bloggers remember political prisoners, blogger or not. Two Iranian reformist politicians...

Iran: Ganji is Free!

Kosoof, photo blogger & journalist, shares with us Akbar Ganji's photos with his family & friends after he came out prison. Ganji, writer & journalist, had been in jail for...

Iran: Ganji!

FM Sokhan, Iran based blogger & journalist, talks about Ganji's, Iranian famous jailed writer & journalist, liberation (Persian). Blogger says for him/her Iranian New Year does not start at 20th...

Iran: USA & Censorship

Antropologiinfo blog talks about censorship of research in the USA. Blog says” Recently, two articles by teams from the University of Bergen were accepted by prominent US journals and then...

Bloggers & Nuclear Case

Report on Iranian nuclear programme sent to United Nations Security Council by IAEA. Bloggers have a lot to share about this very important event. Abtahi, former Vice President, (Persian) says...

Iran: Google & Nowrouz

Thanks to Salman's blog, first blog in Persian in history, I discovered a site which tries to promote Iranian New Year, Nowrouz, on Google. People are invited to send following...

Iran: Chaos in University

Sharif Chaos, an Iran based blog, writes about government's plan to bury anonymous martyrs in Sharif University (Persian). Blog informs us that about 1000 students wanted to stop this event...

Interview with Nasrin Alavi

There are about 75000 blogs in Persian in world and their numbers are growing fast. We are Iran, written by Nasrin Alavi and published in English and German. It is...

Iran: Persian Puzzle

Persian Puzzle, a book about Iran US conflict, has been translated by Dr.Erphan Qaneei Fard but it has not got permission to go to bookstores in Iran. Dr.Erphan decided to...

Iran: Street & Nuclear

View from Iran, an Iran based blogger, talks about Iranian public opinion about nuclear issues. Blogger says “Why do Iranians mistrust everything the government tells them, but trust their spin...

Iran: Bolton!

Mr.Behi, an Iran based blogger, writes about Iranian nukes and American ambassador in the United Nations. Blogger says I am not sure if the nucks are the real issue just...

Kurdistance:

Wow, it's Wednesday again, with school and several threatening comments on my personal blog today I almost forgot. But don't worry dear readers, I am here to give you your...

Iran: Photos & Women's Day

Kosoof, an Iran based photo journalist & blogger, has taken very interesting photos from women's gathering in Tehran (Persian). Same meeting was attacked by security forces. Slogans in photos are...

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