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Schools, universities and government offices will be closed in Tehran on Tuesday and Wednesday because of extreme high air pollution. Tehran’s Governor Morteza Tamadon asked Tehranis to avoid unnecessary driving in and around the city. (IRNA, 3 December)
Photo credit: Tehran’s Milad Tower seen through pollution (top). Tehrani bus riders caught in the midst of air pollution. 3 December 2012. (Arash Khamooshi/ISNA)
How about closure of Mosques and putting mullahs out of business?
Rapid increase in domestic gasoline production has its downside!
What do you expect from a bunch of bearded smelly old mullahs?
with due respect,since when did air and noise pollutions become issues warranting a highlight in a social forum like this?
the rallying motto of this blog is 'factual reporting',why then don't you say anything in the field of science and other achievements undertaken in Iran .i believe the world needs to know something from IRAN in the field of science given its position on the world index.I MEAN,WHY NOT SAY SOMETHING ABOUT NANO TECHNOLOGY,LASER,AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY,the innovative methods used by the Iranian engineers in the oil exploration ,the defense and all scientific fields that Iran has had a success story?.
BMA--- and the use of the latest scientific methods employed by the Iranian government to help them determine which of Mr Ahmadinejad's assistants were practicing sorcery.
(congrats to MR Uskowi and the site staff for the new format. very good)
So tell me B.M.A,you think by reporting the state of air quality with toxic chemicals for our people to breath in is not factual enough for you?
If you want to read propaganda spun by the regime then go and look at FARS news or better known as FARCE news.
IT IS FACTUAL SIR! INDEED,and we appreciate the effort in reporting that disaster,WHAT AM SAYING IS, WHY ALWAYS GO TO LEFT, I MEAN THERE ARE MANY 'FACTUAL REPORTS IN IRAN ' apart from pollutions and other scary things there -WHY CANT THIS BLOG LIVE BY ITS OWN MOTTO AND REPORT THESE POSITIVE THINGS IN IRAN WITH THE SAME GUSTO ?.
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