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P_J.. P_J.. replied to comment:

This woman is a third rate actress, at BEST, having no future, and obviously no principles...may be that's how she has decided to make a living, selling herself to the highest bidder!

My suggestion to her would be, appearing in social media films in educating women against excessive plastic surgery! Read more

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P_J.. P_J.. replied to comment:

You are wasting your precious time! Iranians are being educated as we speak, about a third of the country has university education. I know families that because of social restrictions have had their children trained in playing all kinds of musical instrument, and for fun...therefore Iran and Iranians are about to burst into the scene! Read more

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ghourbagheh ghourbagheh replied to comment:

The worst that she did was to lend her voice to that Israeli piece of propaganda called "Iranium". They pumped out DVDs of that crap and used it to brainwash the US public and especially decision makers. And that in turn, extended and intensified the sanctions that have left average, Iranians who also have to suffer under the yolk of IRI. Aghadashloo is exactly the sort of Iranian that has been selling out our country to foreign interest throughout our history. Nothing but shame on this filthy 'vatanforoosh', 'Iraniforoosh'. Read more

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juvus juvus posted a comment:

Iranian.com never disappoints. Not even a beautiful bridge can escape the political lens. Even funnier is the talk of homeless people living there. Homeless like to live UNDER bridges not on them, but I am confident that if some homeless people get any idea of actually living on a bridge there will be people there to take them away, far away from the beautiful bridge. Read more

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RobertStack robert stack posted a comment:

I will go even further then that, all the Abrahamic religions owe a lot to the teachings of Zarathustra, I will even go so far as to say that my Christian faith is closer and more similar to the Zoroastrian faith than it is to the Jewish faith, including even the story of three Majis who came bearing gifts for Jesus, after all who are the Majis, they were and are the ancient Zoroastrian priests. The fact that this group of people have to keep their faith a secret from the moslems around them is a tragedy, but really a tragedy in the sense of the ignorance of the islamic culture I should say both in Iran and Lebanon. Read more

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

"Actually to clarify, Iran's problems, always come when Iranians inside Iran try to out emulate the US."
This is simply not true, there were some Iranian youth during late 60's who emulated Hippies (American Hippies that is) and they were mighty successful, and had absolutely no problem what so ever. Imagine that.

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HoshangTarehgol5 Hoshang Tarehgol replied to comment:

Come to think of it this piece of property will not be utilized by our homeless denizens until spring or even later, mainly because of weather fluctuations.
However this public space due to its newness and fascinating structure might/should garner more attention, surveillance and compliance.
City council member quoted below puts the homeless population in Tehran about 15,000 which as "official" estimate is conservative and low, but even if you quadruple the estimate it's still under 100,000 for a city of 7 to 11 millions, depending on how you define greater Tehran metropolitan, with Karaj or without. It is still relatively low, which in no way means to dismiss homelessness in Tehran or Iran, just pointing out the proportions and percentages.
Of course we also have all those shanty towns, secondary and tertiary rings of population around Tehran, fortunately there's lots of research on the peripheral population of Tehran and its vicinities.
This is a great structure, it's so beautiful it could easily make you really homesick, if you let it!


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Shirzadegan Siavash replied to comment:

I will be grateful if everybody bring something to the table or try to educate the public rather than being nasty and sarcastic.
Sarcasm doesn't solve any problem, but EDUCATION does.
Sarcasm is a evil that we have to avoid, But education can change the world to a better place to live. Read more

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BehrouzBahmani Behrouz Bahmani replied to comment:

Clearly all of Iran's problems are due to the "Tehranrichkids" posting on Instagram to keep up with americanrichkids posting on Instagram, so we are right back at everything in Iran is always the fault of the US.

Actually to clarify, Iran's problems, always come when Iranians inside Iran try to out emulate the US.

Just wait until Kim Kardshian's butt pics hit Tehran... Read more

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