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A Glimpse of the Iranian Society Today (farsi)

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In the past 30 years since the Islamic Revolution in Iran, most of what the Western Mass Media has shown of the Iranian society was based on political opinions and bias aimed at undermining the steady evolution that took place inside this nation.

Despite the attempts to undermine the internal situation the real character of Iranian society can be seen under the veil of disdain that the Western decision makers enhance across their verbal speeches and offensive actions against the people of Iran.

Here is a compilation of short documentaries that were produced inside Iran in 2011 capturing the daily lives and spontaneous reactions of ordinary people which reflect the current reality of this country and its people. These are some of the events and customs that shape the Iranian nation today.


DOCUMENTARIES (flv version)

(farsi version)


WATCH > Cultural encounter with the nomadic Qashqaei tribe (Shiraz) in the Niavaran Palace in Tehran




WATCH> A day of preparation for the celebration of marriage in the Iranian capital




WATCH> An ordinary morning practicing sports




WATCH > The International Commemoration Day of the 14th century poet Hafez




WATCH> The first exhibition for Islamic Womens Wear and Clothing in Iran




WATCH > Grenadine : Celebrating the heavenly fruit


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