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Nowruz Is the Resurrection of the Nature

Nowruz Is the Resurrection of the Nature

Nowruz is the beginning of a new revolution in the nature and the revival of human beings’ living environment. Nowruz is the celebration of the nature’s growth, the celebration of a new start and the celebration celebrated by the ancient Iranians. Nowruz is the most important celebration for Iranians and 300 million more people in Iran’s neighboring countries who celebrate arrival of spring and rebirth of the nature together, which have been popular in Iran since 3rd millennium BC.

Everyone Who Is Interested in Iran and Its Security Should Participate in the Elections

Everyone Who Is Interested in Iran and Its Security Should Participate in the Elections

The following is main points delivered on February 5, 2020 by Ayatollah Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, in a meeting with people from various social backgrounds. In the last era before the Revolution – during the Pahlavi dynasty and a little before that, during the Qajar dynasty – things were even worse. In those days, not only did the people not have any role, but they also used to be trampled underfoot as well. The country’s sources of wealth were looted for the pockets of foreigners. Corruption had engulfed the whole government. The situation was like that before the victory of the Revolution.

Nowruz, An Iranian Tradition as Long as the History

Nowruz, An Iranian Tradition as Long as the History

Nowruz (pronounced no-rooz) is a combination of two Persian words. The first word “now” means new and the second word “ruz” means day; together they mean “New Day.” Nowruz is the name for the celebrations that observe the New Year for many Persian and Central Asian communities. The exact beginning of the New Year occurs when the season changes from winter to spring on the vernal equinox, which usually happens on 20 or 21 March each year. The spelling of Nowruz in English can take many forms, including: Noroz, Norouz, Nowruz and Norooz. For this resource we have used the spelling Nowruz.

Elections and People’s Role from the Viewpoints of Imam Khomeini (RA)

Elections and People’s Role from the Viewpoints of Imam Khomeini (RA)

Through his messages and speeches against the monarch system, the founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Late Imam Khomeini (RA), have always used to emphasize a kind of government which is based on two principles: Islamic rules and people’s votes.

Nowruz in Islam

Nowruz in Islam

Nowruz is the traditional Iranian festival of spring which starts at the exact moment of the vernal equinox, commencing the start of the spring. It is considered as the start of the New Year among Iranians. The name comes from Avestan meaning “new day/daylight”. Noruz is celebrated March 20/21 each year, at the time the sun enters Aries and Spring begins.

Fall of Democracy in the West

Fall of Democracy in the West

There are two important issues in any sort of elections: first, the principle of participation in the elections and casting ballots in the poll box; second is identification and recognition of the most qualified candidates, which needs a great deal of scrutiny and time. To be authenticated across the world, democratic societies need to attract and convince their citizens to participate in certain activities such as elections. But there are some intellectuals who have challenged that assumption on the basis that not everyone has the skills and knowledge necessary to make informed political decisions. In the developed and imperialistic societies, the better-off classes are more engaged in policy, while the poorest vote less and lack the resources to lobby for change.

The ‘Deal of the Century’: Revealed and Reviled

The ‘Deal of the Century’: Revealed and Reviled

On January 28, US President Donald Trump officially revealed his long-awaited ‘“Deal of the Century”: The plan for resolving the century-old Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Except for some additional details, the lengthy document did not add much to what had already been leaked, or even implemented, over the last three years. And yet, the content has been shocking and widely criticised.

Iranian Months, Their Origins and Origin of the Names

Iranian Months, Their Origins and Origin of the Names

The names of the 12 Persian months are taken from the ancient Zoroastrian texts and the origins are deeply rooted in their belief system. The Lord of Wisdom in order to defeat the hostile spirits creates many forces and beings to help him. There are three groups of metaphysical beings, some are more important than others. The first group is the six Amesha Spenta. With the Lord of wisdom they form the seven Holy Immortals that protect the first seven creations when the material world (Geety) is created. They are the protectors of sky, waters, earth, fire, plants, animals and humans.

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