Wednesday October 21, 2020

Unmasking Iran

The Iranian psyche is difficult to define, with the country caught in amoral and religious struggle between Islamic conservatism and 21stcentury materialism.

26th May, 2007

The Iranian psyche is difficult to define, with the country caught in amoral and religious struggle between Islamic conservatism and 21stcentury materialism.

Sometimes just one person can burst a national stereotype. In Iran, living proof comes in the shape of Laleh Seddigh.

Seddigh is a 30year-old woman, born and raised in Tehran.

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