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Mon, 20 Apr 2015 19:25 EDT
I just want to say that your country does nothing to improve it's image, for the opposite,

it only makes it worse everyday.

The killing of the dogS with acid injections, if's not just cruel, but barbaric,
like your people, your government and your religion.

Dogs are not impure, impure is you culture, your government and your religion.

Wed, 8 Oct 2014 09:52 EDT
Customer service
دفتر جالبى است
تجربه شخصى در مورد موضوعى ساده تإييد هويت ايرانى بودن!!؟
٢ماه تمام منتظر هستم
حتى تا تهران پرواز كردم ولى از مملكتم ديپورت شدم!!!!!
Helene Beck
Tue, 29 Jan 2013 12:32 EST
Monkeys Don't Belong in Space!
Dear Sir/Madam,
I hear in the media that Iran is attempting to reinvigorate its fledgling space programme by sending a live monkey into space within the next month. Senior figures within the Iranian Government have reportedly stated that the preliminary tests have all been completed and the monkeys (presumably macaques) are currently being kept in quarantine to await their fate. Sadly, there is a long history of animals being cruelly forced to go into space. The first macaque put into orbit was called Albert, sent up in 1949. Since then many animals have been forced to follow, including various species of primates, dogs, mice, fish and frogs, several of whom have never returned. PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has urged Dr Hamid Fazeli, head of the Iranian Space Agency, to cancel the planned mission, pointing out that primates are no longer sent into space by the American or European space agencies.
Personally, I am horrified by photos in the media of a visibly terrified monkey crudely strapped into a restraint device in which he was allegedly launched into space by the Iranian Space Agency. Monkeys are highly intelligent and sensitive animals who not only are traumatized by the violence and noise of a launch and landing, but also suffer when caged in a laboratory before and – if they survive – after a flight.
The European Space Agency (ESA) – which represents Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK – has a very active space exploration programme and has publicly stated that it "- declines any interest in monkey research and does not consider any need or use for such results". The ESA instead employs modern technology such as the state-of-the-art simulators to assess health risks for astronauts. NASA ended the use of primates in space radiation experiments in the early 1990s, when it determined that the results were not relevant to human astronauts. In 2010, NASA’s plans to restart the programme were cancelled after PETA and others voiced strong ethical and scientific objections to the ill-advised plan.
Sending animals into space is cruel and totally unacceptable, and I write today to urge you NOT to continue any space-plans where live animals are involved. Whether Iranians want to travel into space is, - at least as far as I am concerned - their own business, but please leave the animals where they belong: safe and sound here on earth.
Thank you for considering my comments.
akbar djalilian
Thu, 29 Nov 2012 07:56 EST
i need a new passport i live in england no 69 greswold street west bromwich west midland b71 1ns london close can you send me an application for a new passport tel number too i be so happy to hear from u my tel 07773213999 please help me im in desprt
Syed Mahmood sah
Mon, 3 Sep 2012 05:31 EDT
My name is Syed Mahmood Shah, from Minhaj ul Quran International Denmark.We have sent an invitation to you for respected Embassidor for some days ago but we did not get any response yet.Plz call me on my mobile no 40680293, so I can explain in more details.

Best Regards
syed Mahmood Shah
Wed, 14 Sep 2011 03:18 EDT
آیا می‌توان برای دادن وکالتنامه و تأئید ثبت آن از سوئد (مالمو) به شما مراجعه کرد.
stig seidenfaden
Thu, 17 Jun 2010 08:13 EDT
trip from Iran to Dubai and back
Dear Iranian Embassy

I am going to Iran the 20th of July with a danish group (through the organsition Mellemfolkeligt Samvirke) and I have allready got my visa to Iran.

My question is:
Is it possible for me to go Dubai for 2-3 days by airoplane while our group is in Shiraz in order to visite friends there? Shall I be aware of some formalities?
Shall I have a visa to Dubai? if it is too complicated I will just stay in Iran...........
Regards from stig seidenfaden

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