“May your hands not ache [Iranian expression meaning “thank you”] for the executions of these two people, and to appease God, you should be men and continue to stand your ground.” – Ahmad Jannati, Tehran Friday Prayers, January 29,2010. “Bodies of the executed should be publicly exhibited on the streets of Tehran.” – Gholam-Reza Hassani, [...]
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The Blame Deflector is a product that is becoming very trendy among Iranian authorities. Once taken, its main effects are blocking the conscience receptors, and dissolving the testes in a short span, so the user can then effortlessly lift liability from his shoulders and drop it on the floor, or throw it in the air, [...]
I’ve been a reader of The New Yorker magazine for many years. Since the magazine is not sold in the newsstands here, and since the company does not deliver to Iran, I turned to some good friends to come to the rescue. I now have a network of people around the world who are [...]
Everyone knows that internet usage in Iran is subject to filtering. Like parents limiting the sites their children can visit by clicking “Parental Control” on their routers, the Islamic Republic too redirects us to “Access Denied” pages when we input the wrong words in our browsers. Depending on which ISP is the carrier, this is [...]
This letter was sent out to companies and organizations in the construction industry. I’ve removed the file number and signatures on it. “The Islamic Republic of Iran Ministry of Housing and Urban Planning Undersecretary of Architecture and Urban Planning In the name of the Almighty To the Engineering Consultants Society of Iran With respect, as [...]