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Iranian cleric issues fatwa against 3G and high-speed Internet
The President of Iran, Hassan Rouhani has called on the country's clerics to have a more open mind towards the Internet and other technologies, after a leading cleric declared high-speed internet to be "against Sharia" and "against moral standards".
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Ayatollah Urges Iran To Boycott 'Immoral' High-Speed Mobile Data
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Sat Aug 30, 2014
Payvand News of Iran
Iran Bolsters Surveillance of Phones, Internet
One year after Iranian President Hassan Rouhani assumed the office of President, the regime in Tehran is apparently stepping up surveillance of its citizens' online and telephone activities, threatening some with punishment for "seditious" activities.
Iran inaugurates its biggest solar power plant
TEHRAN Iran on Thursday officially inaugurated its biggest solar power plant with the capacity to produce 514 kilowatt hours of electricity, twice the capacity of the country's second biggest solar plant in Shiraz.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Voice of America
US Grants Intelsat, Eutelsat New Waivers for Iran Channels
Iranian soldiers destroying satellite dishes with an army tank in the southwestern city of Shiraz.
Payvand News of Iran
Senior Iranian Ayatollah Says High-Speed Mobile Internet Is Un-Islamic
A leading conservative cleric in Iran is worried about the "negative features" of high-speed mobile Internet and 3G services.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Obama, Kerry Ignore Law on Cemetery Desecration
Earlier this month, President Obama signed into law the " Protect Cemeteries Act " which amended the International Religious Freedom Act to include cemetery desecration as a violation of religious freedom.
First-ever European luxury train to set off Iran journey
The first European private train to enter Iran will make a two-week journey from Budapest to Tehran in October.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
International Business Times
Excess Salt Intake Can Kill You
While salt makes food edible and tasty, various studies conducted by researchers from across the globe has revealed that salt is "the single most harmful substance in the food supply".
Iranian Ayatollah rules broadband internet is unethical, inhumane
Iran has the highest total number of internet users in the Middle East, but its average data speed is about a tenth of the global average.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
The Family Badge
Activist Bringing 8 Burned Iranian Children to Texas for Treatment
They were 8 years old and at their school in a village near the Iranian city of Shiraz when fire broke out inside their locked classroom.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Enemy has faced - strategic mistake': military official
A top ranking military official said in Shiraz on Monday that all evidences suggest the enemy has faced a "strategic mistake" in its plots against Iran, the Persian service of the Mehr reported.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Ahdieh: Iran's cradle-to-grave persecution
I lost a dear aunt many years ago. Today, her burial site is at risk of being callously destroyed -- bulldozed together with more than 900 graves.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Rick Steves' Iran
In his latest travelogue, Rick Steves journeys to Iran in the hopes of getting to know this ancient country - a leader in its corner of the world for 2,500 years - and to better understand the 70 million people living there.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
The Iran I've seen is not what Western media depicts: former Italian culture minister
The former Italian Minister of Heritage, Cultural Activity and Tourism Massimo Bray has just concluded his second trip to Iran, which he believes has been one of the most delightful and charming experiences in his lifetime.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Maryam Rajavi calls for referral of Iran's human rights dossier to UN Security Council
The Iranian regime authorities executed nine more inmates on Thursday, August 7, in city of Kermanshah, according to the information received.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Iran: 22 executed, prisoner lashed in public before hanging
In the time span of just three days from August 3 to 6, twenty-two prisoners were hanged by the inhumane clerical regime in the cities of Karaj, Shiraz and Chahbahar.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Iran: Four young men hanged in public in Shiraz
The Iranian regime judiciary in southern city of Shiraz hanged in public three young men in one of the city's main square.