maryam said this on 3 June, 2009 at 1:22 pm | Reply
Wheres the bus station, im lookin for some smoke ?
john said this on 14 June, 2009 at 1:30 pm | Reply
I wish from all my heart that all the Iranian people can get common human rights. Both men, woman and children can live better lifes with fair democratic laws. Good luck!
Annica Franzén, Stockholm Sweden
Annica Franzén said this on 16 June, 2009 at 5:52 pm | Reply
Hi all fans Amir Sadeghi
clashes in Tehran last night is missing. Please make this news release
To pray for him
Homa said this on 21 June, 2009 at 1:54 pm | Reply
i looked for map of tehran for a long time on google but could not find a detail one. this one looks good to me.
zahir said this on 31 July, 2009 at 4:10 pm | Reply
thanks for putting this, of tehran , our home town ,
torang said this on 4 August, 2009 at 11:43 pm | Reply
As a native born American Citizen 70 years old and having traveled to many places around the globe performing my porfessional career in the Engineering business and lkiving for short periuods of time maybe 12 months or so in many of them as well as all my travels with the US Military, I must say that the City of Tehran is one of the most beautioful and functional looking cities I would like to have had the opportunityt to have visited. It is a shame that the government cannot become a good and friendly nation and declare itself in favor of world peace and stop the ongoing fighting since it would be a tradgedy to ever see a city this beautiful destroyed by Bombs and Warfae, it would be a real catastophe. Wake up the politcal machinbe and say look around at alol the nice highways and sites for your people and welcome the world to visit “UNAFFRAID OF BEING HARMED” and put on many countires SAFE PLACES TO VISIT. Any leadeer can be an EVIL DICTATOR BUT TO BE A GREAT MAN IN LEADING A COUNTRY TAKES A SPECIAL PERSON with talents toi perform the tasks that it takes to UNITE the different people of the world and respect each other as well as respecting their Religious beliefs and not look down on them as “INFIDELS”. Thjeir a num,erous Religious faiths that have been around for centuries and centuries aND GET ALONG FINE amongst each other. Lay down the arms and welcome with “Open Arms” of love and affection and the world will change and you can play a GIANT ROLE IN MAKING THAT HAPPEN. Religious wars have bheen going on for Centuiries and this is so difficult to comprehend in this day and time and especially with all the teams of scientist and doctors working on cures for the sick, wasting money on war is STUPID AND EXPENSIVE REGARDLESS OF HOW WELATHY YOU MIGHT BE. I know we in the USA do not want anyone else’s country but if EVIL PEOPLE TRY TO TAKE SOMETHING FROM OUR FRIENDS, WE WILL HELP PROTECT THEIR RIGHTS TO LIVE IN PEACE. Let’s just try it for about 50 years and see.
Thanks for the chance to send my message on this website.
Phillip Hilton, Katy, Texas
Phillip Hilton said this on 14 August, 2009 at 10:07 pm | Reply
your comments is good, but why you don’t go to afghanistan, where the american forces destroyed all the infrastructor of this poorest nation, why you don’t go to palistan where the israels demolish all the UN resolutions, why you dont go to Kashmir where every muslims torture by the indian military, Kashmir is the most beautiful city in the universe, and the indian army destroy it, why you don’t go to pakistan northern aeras where the american test his new technologies, you look at one side, for God sake dont heart any more the muslims, why you are all animies of the muslims, the muslims want peace only peace in the earth, and you the other nations wants to kill these annocent people, why, this is the iran internal problem, they solve it itself. whom you are that interfare in it.
shah said this on 11 January, 2010 at 11:37 am | Reply
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