· April, 2006

Stories about Iran from April, 2006

Iran: Poet & Gravestone

  10 April 2006

Kosoof (Persian), Iran based blogger & journalist, has reported that Ahmad Shamlou's, most famous Iranian contemporary poet, gravestone has been broken for third time. Kosoof has posted photos of broken gravestone.

Iran: Iran & American People

  7 April 2006

View from Iran, an American blogger living in Iran, talks about her conversation with American friends about Iran. She writes “this is what I tell Americans: there is no other country in the world with a more pro-American population and that people in Iran are kind and generous to me....

Iran: Nuclear & Politicians

  7 April 2006

Abtahi, blogger & reformist politician, writes about nuclear crisis. He says “It is not the duty of any politician or governmental official to chant baseless slogans. A successful politician is one who realizes the realities and facts ahead of the others therefore before being imposed by the outside decisions or...

Iran: BlogNews

  5 April 2006

BlogNews is a collective blog in Persian which covers news and blogs in different fields including technology, politics and media. It is a fascinating place to discover new blogs. The collaborators are from around the world and editor is Asdolah Alimohamadi, a Denmark based blogger.

US Dollars, Human Rights & War

  4 April 2006

Mehrangize Kar US based human rights activist, lawyer & blogger discusses a hot issue: US 75 million dollar help to promote democracy in Iran. She does not believe that US dollars can be helpful for Iranian human rights activists. She says: “Not only the present government but also the judgment...

Iran: Democracy & Peace

  1 April 2006

Alpar (Persian) talks about Dr. Mostfa Moin's, reformist presidential candidate & blogger, interview in Shargh newspaper. Dr. Moin says “democracy at home & peace in world” was more than a beautiful landscape (wishful thinking) and could have become reality. He adds he does not understand Iranian government's policy.

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