According to a report published by Shargh, “The investigator in charge of this case found that the young students were not only beaten, but also sexually assaulted by their gym teacher.
"Lack of freedom pushes people into living by double standards." "Tehran Taboo" turns on Pari, a hooker with a heart of gold who takes her mute son with her to work on the streets, a relatively common practice in Iranian cities, Soozandeh said.
Forced into prostitution because her jailed drug addict husband won't give her a divorce, the judge who refuses to sign the papers makes her his mistress.
I was there for the show but she pointed me out and asked me to fill in.
“I kind of realised that I had this musicality and performing nature in me and wanted to make something more of it, so a while after that I made a demo and experimented with studios and different songs.” Tooji’s first venture into serious performance, and a means by which to overcome certain anxieties, came about after his manager suggested he represent Norway at Eurovision. You know that feeling when you’re so nervous and you go numb and warm?
THE name Tooji should be synonymous to keen Eurovision fans with the world’s biggest display of wind machines, costume reveals and key changes.
Either for his song, his disappointing final result or his off-screen drama involving 2012 host country Azerbaijan’s controversial human rights record, the Norwegian entrant certainly had an interesting experience.Iran used a Star of David as a target for a missile test last year, the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations revealed Wednesday.Ambassador Danny Danon shared a startling satellite image of the Jewish and Israeli symbol with members of the UN Security Council, the Jerusalem Post reported.They say that they have seen some of their classmates being sexually assaulted by the headmaster.However, since they did not know what he was doing, they assumed that he was disciplining their classmate.” Only a few weeks after the story appeared about the headmaster, whose name was not been released, Iranian publications ran a story about a gym teacher who had assaulted at least 14 of his students, who were 13 to 17 years old.“This use of the Star of David as target practice is hateful and unacceptable,” Danon told the Council.