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IRAN A LAND OF GREAT CULTURES

IRAN A LAND OF GREAT CULTURES

NO ONE GOT THE RIGHT TO BOMB IRAN!

IT IS A LAND OF GREAT HISTORY AND CULTURE NOT LIKE ZIONIST ISRAEL WHO STOLE OTHER INNOCENT PEOPLE LAND AND CLAIMED TO BE THE RIGHTFUL OWNER OF PALESTINE BECAUSE THE BIBLE SAY SO THEY CAN GO TO HELL FOR ALL I CARE!!

The Real Iran the US Doesn’t Want You to See

Uploaded by Warrantofficer13 on Jun 9, 2010

Iran has been antagonized by the western Media particularly the US media, most Americans do not even realize that Iran is not an arab country and is more secular than Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Nonetheless, arabs too have great rich culture and are loving people. Iran is a Persian nation with a distinctive culture and language. Annual Purchasing Power Parity makes Iran the 17th largest economy which is continuing to diversify. Iran the first country to develop an engine that runs on natural gas is now the 16th largest automaker in the world. Contrary to statements made by govt officials, Iran is not an anti semitic country and currently is home to over 20 thousand Jews. The Islamic Republic may not be the true representation of the Iranian people but under the new theocracy, Jews actually received better treatment than before and Iranian Jews are free to visit Israel to see family members. I wish one day the US will ally with Iran like they did during the 2001 Herat Uprising and join forces in fighting terrorist groups like the Taliban, an old threat to Iran and the region.

 

IRAN Journey to the End of the Earth Documentary by David Adams

Uploaded by doostmusic on Mar 12, 2011

The famous Australian photojournalist and documentary filmmaker, David Alexander Ian Adams, was born on 26th June, 1963. As a photojournalist, he started his career by writing articles for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Good Weekend.
With many thanks to David Adams who depicted an honest portrait from my country
Dr. Ali Asadi

 

IRAN Documentary Yesterday and Today: Rick Steves

Uploaded by doostmusic on Feb 23, 2011

To Support Rick Steves’s excellent work please buy his DVD via the following address : http://travelstore.ricksteves.com/catalog/index.cfm?fuseaction=product&th…
and
http://www.ricksteves.com/iran/

Sincere appreciation and gratitude goes to Rick Steves and PBS for depicting an honest vision of our beloved country ; IRAN
With many thanks
Dr. Ali Asadi

Join Rick as he explores the most surprising and fascinating land he’s ever visited: Iran. In this one-hour, ground-breaking travel special, you’ll discover the splendid monuments of Iran’s rich and glorious past, learn more about the 20th-century story of this perplexing nation, and experience Iranian life today in its historic capital and in a countryside village. Most important, you’ll meet the people of a nation whose government has so exasperated our own.

 

Don’t Tell My Mother i’m in Iran

Uploaded by arashy1981 on Mar 29, 2011

Host Diego Buñuel (grandson of legendary surrealist cinema filmmaker, Luis Buñuel) goes on a behind-the-scenes journey through regions with bad reputations.

 

modern Iran

Uploaded by icerailing on Apr 24, 2010

Some of the modern aspects of Iran.

 

Iran Beautiful مستندی درباره ایران Documentary

Uploaded by SizdahBeDar1389 on Apr 11, 2011

سرزمین زیبایی های پنهان
Iran the beautiful
In distinctive ways, Iran is one of the most photogenic countries in the world — a place where dazzling architecture is set amid desolate expanses of desert or steppe; where snow-capped mountains plunge dramatically to a seacoast of steamy lushness; where nomads guide their flocks to seasonal pasturelands; where tombs, temples, castles, and mosques bespeak the richness of the Persian past. High and dry for the most part, the land is sectioned by great mountain ranges, dotted with venerable villages of mud and stone as well as modern cities

 

Iran’s Today life

Uploaded by alisecmail on May 14, 2009

تقدیم به تمام ایرانیان سراسر جهان
This movie was made for an international event in one of the European universities. In this event in which students from different countries were participating, each country had to show a video clip presenting his country.

Unfortunately after making the clip, I noticed that two of the images are not from Iran.
One is from Dubai at 0:40 and the other one is from Oman at 4:17
But now there is nothing I can do about it

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