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Hello to Iran, Hello to Rouhani!

Hassan Rouhani has become Iran's president! Based on the report of Rouhani's campaign news station 12th Iran presidential election and 5th city and village council election started with the order of interior minister in all over the country yesterday morning at 8:00 and in some polling stations it continued until 00:00. 56,410,234 people could vote … Continue reading Hello to Iran, Hello to Rouhani!

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Let’s say hello to Rouhani!

  In one of Rouhani’s last talks he started and finished his talk with “Hello”. This means we are not at the end of the road. Rouhani’s hello is a start for the path we have chosen together. Start of a public rise for achieving what Rouhani said hello to. The great gathering of Rouhani’s … Continue reading Let’s say hello to Rouhani!

Eleven points for Eleven men! Strange part of Reformists’ list for the City Council

Passion and responsibility for election appear in some people. They fill all the media with breaking news that Reformists will come. After registering, in the first step they say the criterion for choosing the people for Reformists’ list is only the model and nothing else! All the city council candidates who are willing to be … Continue reading Eleven points for Eleven men! Strange part of Reformists’ list for the City Council

The battle of two clergymen!

After determining the final candidates of twelfth Iran’s presidential election, the competition has started between six candidates who have been qualified. By looking at these six qualified candidates we can assume some kind of design for the following election. First- The competition in this election would be like a dipole of supporters and opponents of … Continue reading The battle of two clergymen!

Proposing the phrase of “Political Men” was for ending the disagreements!

In Iran’s constitution one the conditions for being a president is being one of the “Political Men” (principle 115). There are many debates about this term that if it says women cannot be the president or not. In most debates experts have claimed that this term does not refer to the gender but says the … Continue reading Proposing the phrase of “Political Men” was for ending the disagreements!

Fundamentalists’ media are responsible for Ahmadinejad’s today behavior!

“People of hypocrisy are more dangerous than unbelievers!” I chose this explicit warning of Quran for the introduction of this article, because these days we are seeing some kinds of hypocrisy between ourselves. People of hypocrisy are those two faces who are some days with someone and some days against him based on their self-interest. … Continue reading Fundamentalists’ media are responsible for Ahmadinejad’s today behavior!

What was the 100-day promise?

In the last days of 11th government of Iran, the president once again sat in front of journalists and reporters to answer their questions. A meeting in which everything where discussed and Hassan Rouhani responded their questions. Economy, politics and international issues were the subjects of most questions. However, there were some discussions about Rouhani’s … Continue reading What was the 100-day promise?

In memorial of Adib Boroumand

In memorial of Adib Boroumand, Iranian politician, poet and lawyer and  head of the central council of The National Front of Iran, who died last night! Here is an interview that I had with him and has been published in the Special Issue of Etemaad Daily about the 1953 Iranian Coup. People from the culture … Continue reading In memorial of Adib Boroumand

Who is guilty, women or men?

We always looking for the guilty person, what Iranians have gotten used to it over their long lasting history. Whenever something wrong happens we usually try to blame others and shirk our responsibility. If our relationship breaks up, always our partner is responsible; if women encounter violence in their houses, if women’s rights are neglected … Continue reading Who is guilty, women or men?

Hashemi’s aim was national reconciliation, let’s continue his way!

You might have heard that one of the characteristics of a good politician is that people become impressed by his death, which was really eye-catching at Hashemi Rafsanjani’s funeral. The most crowded funeral in Iran after Imam Khomeini’s death. By looking at this Iran’s effective politician’s funeral, one can easily understand that Hashemi was one … Continue reading Hashemi’s aim was national reconciliation, let’s continue his way!