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Jan 22, 2015, 4:19 AM
My Sympathy to Jewish People When I Read the Constitution of 1814
I'm going out to go to the school in a semi-dark Scandinavian morning with the lovely snow shower. After a few minutes I arrive the school while wondering what my colleague would have prepared for the new sociology lecture...
Jan 15, 2015, 11:46 PM
I had a trip to Israel but …
I am here in the airport, waiting in the queue to pass the immigration and enter the country. Actually, I am kind of anxious but I pass the immigration without any problem. Enjoyable days go fast. In the last day of...
Dec 15, 2014, 6:23 PM
Kobani and Shangal, the Warsaw of Kurdistan!
While the weather is mixed rain and snow with the feeling of freshness and clean air and the smell of Christmas, in the other parts of the world like Kobani the Kurdish city in Syria, the weather is bullet...
Nov 3, 2014, 12:04 AM
Gender Inequality and Violence Against Women in Iran
Almost a week ago another woman, Reyhaneh Jabbari, was hanged on charge of killing the alleged rapist and a week before that the new wave of acid attacks on women began in Iran. For the past four decades different...
Oct 8, 2014, 7:23 PM
Iranian version of Che movie
Since 1979 the cinema has been influenced like the other sects in Iran in favor of the regime. However, there have been volunteers to pave the way and make the process much easier for Iranian regime. Sometimes the scale...
Oct 3, 2014, 10:41 PM
It is Ayn Al-Kurd, not Ayn Al-Arab
Since a few days ago the attacks on Kobane reached the highest in the past few months. ISIS began vast attacks against this Kurdish city in western Kurdistan. Thousands of Kurds have been forced to leave their homes and...
Ramyar Hassani is a human rights observer and journalist covering the Kurdish struggle from the field and office. He was born in Sanandaj (Sine in Kurdish), in Eastern Kurdistan, the part of Kurdistan that has been attached to Iran.