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Conservative MPs Pressure Culture Ministry to Ban Films Portraying "Realistic Picture" of Modern Iranian Life



Director Ali Ahmadzadeh's film "Atomic Heart," about the lives of young, modern Iranians, including Christians, could be removed from cinemas in Iran just weeks after a three-year ban on the movie was lifted. "Although it was made in 2014, the film only recently received a screening permit," Ahmadzadeh told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) in a recent interview. "Now there are threats to ban it again."

"I tried to present a more realistic picture of Iranian girls and boys in a way that had not been done before in Iranian cinema," he added. "But there are angry people and officials out there who, instead of standing up for the film for its realistic and lively portrayal, are criticizing it."

On July 6, 2017, a group of conservative members of Iran's Parliament wrote an open letter to the Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry calling for a ban on "Atomic Heart" as well as "Oxidan," a comedy by director Hamed Mojhammadi about a man who impersonates a Catholic priest to get a visa to the UK.

The letter said: "Given that the Holy Quran respects all religions and prophets of the book, and considering that supreme leader [Ali Khamenei's] command to maintain national unity and mutual respect among monotheists in the struggle against [the US] and international Zionism, we expect the ministry will stop these two films from being distributed in order to prevent insults against holy religions and avoid discord among the great Iranian people." Other critics have claimed that some of the film's characters display homosexual tendencies and that it undermines Iran's right to nuclear technology.

"Even though it has been revised several times, 'Atomic Heart's' achilles heel is still the homosexual themes surrounding the film's main characters and challenging Islamic Iran's firm stand on the right to have a nuclear industry," said a review by Cinema Press, a website belonging to the conservative Islamic Society of Artists on June 11, 2017.

"Atomic Heart" was also attacked by the International Quran News Agency on June 16 for allegedly "undermining Iran's legitimate nuclear rights and making fun of our popular Islamic diplomacy."

Iranian-Armenians have also criticized the movie; one objection regards a scene wherein a policeman stops a car for suspected drunk driving. The driver, played by famous Iranian actress Taraneh Alidousti, defends herself for having had alcohol by saying, "I'm Christian."

In a scathing review of the film, Iranian-Armenian actor Siamanto Barseghians wrote: "Taraneh Alidousti plays a role that shows Armenian girls as drunken creatures who take advantage of their Christian faith in an Islamic society. In other words, it represents the Christian community as a bunch of louts."

While Muslims are not legally allowed to consume alcohol in the Islamic Republic, the private consumption of alcohol by Christians is allowed.

Iran's small Christian community is primarily made up of ethnic Armenians and Assyrians.

While Iranian Muslim conservatives have reacted strongly to the films' use of Christian characters and themes, Christian institutions in Iran have not shown any reaction.

Nevertheless, Mohabat News, an Iranian Christian website, reported on June 2 that "Atomic Heart" and "Oxidan" were met with "a lot of criticism among Armenians and Christians in general for how they were negatively represented."

In the interview with CHRI, Ahmadzadeh insisted that critics who think Christians were belittled in "Atomic Heart" are wrong.

"In fact, the Christian girl is the best character in the film," the director said. "I don't understand why there should be objections to her drinking wine in the film. Why should we oppose everything that's real?"

To date, the Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry, which operates under President Hassan Rouhani, has not taken any action against the film. It has, however, banned other films in the past when faced with a wave of criticism from religious conservatives.

"The ministry has not said anything yet, but the film could be banned at any moment" Ahmadzadeh told CHRI. "I'm 30-years old and I have made three films in the past 10 years and all three have received angry reactions."

His earlier film, "Kami's Party," was banned in Iran because the authorities said the female characters did not wear proper hijabs. The film nevertheless made its way to international film festivals.

In January 2017, less than three months into his new post as culture and Islamic guidance minister, Reza Salehi Amiri boasted about banning ten films from entering the Tehran Fajr International Film Festival, "in line with the policies of the supreme leader."

"For the first time, we cut out films with feminist and inappropriate themes and supported 30 films made by young directors about the sacred defense [Iran-Iraq War]," he said during a meeting with Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi, a senior Qom-based theologian.

Some Iranian directors who have had their films banned responded angrily to being subjected to extreme censorship.

"I will no longer make any films showing women wearing headscarves in a private space or in front of strangers," said veteran Iranian director Kianoush Ayari on January 8, 2017, after he learned that his latest film, "Canopy," was rejected even after he tried to pacify censors by showing four actresses wearing wigs to avoid religious objections to their shaved heads.

"I'm in this situation because of my commitment to realism," he said.


Source: Center for Human Rights in Iran

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Armenian Christians serve Ashura mourners


 

Armenian Christian, Avril Isayee and his nephew Hambik, serve Muslim mourners on the Day of Ashura, a vow fulfilled for the past 24 years.



 
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How Donald Trump's travel ban has hit Iran's tourism renaissance



Trump’s repeated threat to withdraw the US from the nuclear agreement, achieved through years of painstaking negotiations, is creating concern that Iran will be pushed back towards isolation.“It is very unfortunate that America has a President who is creating so much division,” said Rafi, shaking his head. “I wish we could just ignore Donald Trump, but he is causing problems which are affecting all of us, causing so much distress.”

Like many others he is unsure about the punitive reach of the US President’s immigration restrictions on travellers from a list of Muslim states which includes Iran. He emigrated with his parents to Germany when young but returned regularly to the land of his birth to keep in touch with relations.

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The 49th edition of the Armenian Olympics was inaugurated in Tehran on Tuesday night. The opening ceremony was held in Tehran’s Ararat Sports Complex, and was attended by Sports Minister Massoud Soltanifar, the governor-general of Tehran province, and senior Armenian clergymen. The event brings together 750 Armenian athletes from across the country and they will be competing in 9 different categories.

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' Yeva': Film Review



Courtesy of National Cinema Center of Armenia

Armenia’s Oscar submission is an Armenian-Iranian coproduction set against the background of regional tensions.

The long-running conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh lends a quiet tension to Yeva, a rather old-fashioned yarn about a heroic woman doctor on the run with her little girl, who find temporary shelter in a village. Her in-laws believe she’s responsible for the death of her husband and want her to stand trial, while Yeva fears they’re really after her daughter. It’s a convoluted story written and directed dutifully but with little flair by first-time filmmaker Anahit Abad. Audiences with an interest in Armenia and a working knowledge of the region will find more to love than others in the stirring locations and self-sacrificing characters. It bowed at the Montreal Film Festival.

Two curious facts about the film: it is only Armenia’s sixth submission to the Foreign Language Oscars since it gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, and it is an Iranian coproduction. The National Cinema Center of Armenia joined hands with Iran’s Farabi Cinema Foundation, and Taghi Ali Gholizadeh, known for the spectacular Iranian religious epic Hussein Who Said No, signed off as producer. Given that the main character is an independent-minded Christian woman wanted for murder, it seems an unconventional choice for a co-project and a bit daring.

But the storytelling itself is terribly familiar. The opening scenes show how brave and resourceful Yeva (Narine Grigoryan) is as she flees Yerevan with her young daughter Nareh through dark underground passages and a dripping wet night, a setting as atmospheric as it is unreal. Much later, we learn her husband has died under suspicious circumstances and the police have a warrant out for her arrest as his killer. Her immediate focus is on saving Nareh from the clutches of her in-laws, who believe she is their property.

After an overnight trip in the back of a truck, mother and daughter are deposited in a remote village in Karabakh, where they find refuge with Yeva’s uncle and aunt. No one is supposed to know her there (she pretends not to be a doctor.) In reality, she sticks out like a sore thumb. She was famous in those parts during the war (presumably the war with Azerbaijan in the early 1990’s) when she was nicknamed “Crazy Yeva” for volunteering at a frontline hospital. Flashback to her meeting with the dashing, wounded villager Ashout. Their great love ends tragically when he is killed in fighting, and she quickly marries a more influential suitor. Why such haste, Yeva, certain resentful ex-combatants wonder? Of course, the heroine is too noble not to have had her reasons.

After all this exposition, Abad’s screenplay offers a narrative breather with some views of life in the good-hearted village, where Nareh makes friends and people celebrate weddings. Since this is Christian territory, the women wear no headscarves, except in church, and joyfully participate in the singing, dancing and flirtation. Yeva’s dignity, reserve and aura of mystery make her a popular target of gossip and interest. She finally gives herself away when a little boy is injured and she flips into medic mode, taking charge of the situation. Ironically, it is the only time pro actress Grigoryan loses her cool and seems on the verge of hysterics.

Meanwhile, she goes to the post office every day to check whether their false passports and visas have arrived so they can escape to France. There remains an undercurrent of danger that she might be “discovered”, not to mention the way the whole village lives on the uncertain edge of a cease-fire with the unseen enemy, surrounded by silent soldiers.

The old cars and trucks have a Soviet-era feel and one wonders when the action is set; what time would justify the film’s old-fashioned aura, the stiff, formal dialogue, and the dark colors, makeup and framing that recall a WW2 film? But the hardest thing to identify with is the way the heroine’s self-sacrifice as a mother, a doctor and a patriot is never enough. In the end, a slippery subplot about a rebellious teenage girl gives her one more chance for heroics.

Melodious folk songs and a touching musical score by Vakan Artzeruni lend some welcome Armenian atmosphere, while most of the other tech credits are handled by Iranian pros.

Production companies: National Cinema Center of Armenia, Farabi Cinema Foundation
Cast: Narine Grigoryan, Shant Hoyhannisyan, Marjan Avetisyan, Rozi Avetisyan
Director, screenwriter: Anahid Abad
Producer: Taghi Ali Gholizadeh
Executive producers: Behrouz Paknahad, Viktor Mnatsakanyan
Director of photography: Hasan Karimi
Production designer: Behzad Kazzazi
Editor: Siavesh Kardjan
Music: Vakan Artzeruni
World sales: Farabi Cinema Foundation
94 minutes

by Deborah Young

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/yeva-1059617


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' Yeva': Film Review



Courtesy of National Cinema Center of Armenia

Armenia’s Oscar submission is an Armenian-Iranian coproduction set against the background of regional tensions.

The long-running conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan in Nagorno-Karabakh lends a quiet tension to Yeva, a rather old-fashioned yarn about a heroic woman doctor on the run with her little girl, who find temporary shelter in a village. Her in-laws believe she’s responsible for the death of her husband and want her to stand trial, while Yeva fears they’re really after her daughter. It’s a convoluted story written and directed dutifully but with little flair by first-time filmmaker Anahit Abad. Audiences with an interest in Armenia and a working knowledge of the region will find more to love than others in the stirring locations and self-sacrificing characters. It bowed at the Montreal Film Festival.

Two curious facts about the film: it is only Armenia’s sixth submission to the Foreign Language Oscars since it gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, and it is an Iranian coproduction. The National Cinema Center of Armenia joined hands with Iran’s Farabi Cinema Foundation, and Taghi Ali Gholizadeh, known for the spectacular Iranian religious epic Hussein Who Said No, signed off as producer. Given that the main character is an independent-minded Christian woman wanted for murder, it seems an unconventional choice for a co-project and a bit daring.

But the storytelling itself is terribly familiar. The opening scenes show how brave and resourceful Yeva (Narine Grigoryan) is as she flees Yerevan with her young daughter Nareh through dark underground passages and a dripping wet night, a setting as atmospheric as it is unreal. Much later, we learn her husband has died under suspicious circumstances and the police have a warrant out for her arrest as his killer. Her immediate focus is on saving Nareh from the clutches of her in-laws, who believe she is their property.

After an overnight trip in the back of a truck, mother and daughter are deposited in a remote village in Karabakh, where they find refuge with Yeva’s uncle and aunt. No one is supposed to know her there (she pretends not to be a doctor.) In reality, she sticks out like a sore thumb. She was famous in those parts during the war (presumably the war with Azerbaijan in the early 1990’s) when she was nicknamed “Crazy Yeva” for volunteering at a frontline hospital. Flashback to her meeting with the dashing, wounded villager Ashout. Their great love ends tragically when he is killed in fighting, and she quickly marries a more influential suitor. Why such haste, Yeva, certain resentful ex-combatants wonder? Of course, the heroine is too noble not to have had her reasons.

After all this exposition, Abad’s screenplay offers a narrative breather with some views of life in the good-hearted village, where Nareh makes friends and people celebrate weddings. Since this is Christian territory, the women wear no headscarves, except in church, and joyfully participate in the singing, dancing and flirtation. Yeva’s dignity, reserve and aura of mystery make her a popular target of gossip and interest. She finally gives herself away when a little boy is injured and she flips into medic mode, taking charge of the situation. Ironically, it is the only time pro actress Grigoryan loses her cool and seems on the verge of hysterics.

Meanwhile, she goes to the post office every day to check whether their false passports and visas have arrived so they can escape to France. There remains an undercurrent of danger that she might be “discovered”, not to mention the way the whole village lives on the uncertain edge of a cease-fire with the unseen enemy, surrounded by silent soldiers.

The old cars and trucks have a Soviet-era feel and one wonders when the action is set; what time would justify the film’s old-fashioned aura, the stiff, formal dialogue, and the dark colors, makeup and framing that recall a WW2 film? But the hardest thing to identify with is the way the heroine’s self-sacrifice as a mother, a doctor and a patriot is never enough. In the end, a slippery subplot about a rebellious teenage girl gives her one more chance for heroics.

Melodious folk songs and a touching musical score by Vakan Artzeruni lend some welcome Armenian atmosphere, while most of the other tech credits are handled by Iranian pros.

Production companies: National Cinema Center of Armenia, Farabi Cinema Foundation
Cast: Narine Grigoryan, Shant Hoyhannisyan, Marjan Avetisyan, Rozi Avetisyan
Director, screenwriter: Anahid Abad
Producer: Taghi Ali Gholizadeh
Executive producers: Behrouz Paknahad, Viktor Mnatsakanyan
Director of photography: Hasan Karimi
Production designer: Behzad Kazzazi
Editor: Siavesh Kardjan
Music: Vakan Artzeruni
World sales: Farabi Cinema Foundation
94 minutes

by Deborah Young

https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/review/yeva-1059617

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İran’daki Ermeni toplumunun sesi: Alik



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1931’de Tahran’da kurulan ve günlük yayın yapan Alik’i, gazetenin genel yayın yönetmeni Terenik Melikyan’la konuştuk.

İran’a gitmeden evvel aklımda ister istemez bazı olumsuz düşünceler ve önyargılar vardı. Tahran’a vardıktan kısa bir süre sonra ülkeye dair birçok olumsuz düşünceyi çürüten bir dünyayla karşılaştığımı itiraf etmeliyim. Özellikle, İran’daki Ermeni toplumunun yaşam biçimi, ülkede kaldığım kısa süre zarında beni en çok etkileyen durum oldu. İran’daki Ermeni toplumu, 1915 öncesinde de bir cemaat olan yeryüzündeki tek Ermeni toplumu. Elbette 1915 öncesinde birçok ülkede Ermeniler vardı ancak bunlar tüccarlardı ve gittikleri ülkede sayıları binlere ulaşmıyordu. Oysa İran’daki Ermeni geçmişi yüzyıllara dayanıyor, üstelik günümüzde sayıları da 60 bin. Şeriat yasalarıyla yönetilen bir ülkede yaşasalar da, Türkiye’deki Ermeni toplumundan kimi yerlerde daha olumlu özelliklere sahipler. Örneğin İranlı Ermeni gençlerin hepsi de anadillerini akıcı bir şekilde konuşuyor, oysa günümüzde Türkiyeli Ermeniler, Ermeniceyi konuşmamak için ellerinden geleni yapıyorlar. İran gezisi sırasında, ülkede basılan en eski ikinci gazete olma özelliğini taşıyan Alik (Dalga) gazetesini de ziyaret etme fırsatım oldu. 1931’de Tahran’da kurulan ve günlük yayın yapan Alik’i, gazetenin genel yayın yönetmeni Terenik Melikyan’la konuştuk.

Alik’in kuruluş hikâyesini sizden dinleyebilir miyiz?

Gazete, II. Dünya Savaşı öncesinde, 1931’de Tahran’da kuruldu. Daha önceki yıllar, İran’ın kuzeyinde, (Azeri nüfusu çok olduğu için oraya İran Azerbaycan’ı deniyor) güçlü bir basınımız vardı. Oradaki gazeteler toplumsal sebeplerden ötürü bir bir kapandılar. II. Dünya Savaşı döneminde İran’da Ermeniler iç göç yaşadılar ve İran Azerbaycanı’ndan daha merkeze, Tahran’a doğru göç ettiler. Merkezdeki Ermeni nüfusu yoğunluğu, kurumları da güçlendirmeyi gerekli kıldı. Bu süreçte basının da daha güçlü olarak yayın yapması gerekiyordu. Bu bağlamda Alik, kendinden önce var olan Aravod, Ayk gibi gazetelerin yenilenmiş bir devamı niteliği taşıyarak yayın hayatına başladı. Bu gazeteler I. Dünya Savaşı yıllarında İran Azerbaycanı’nda yayınlanıyorlardı. Sonrasında göçle beraber faaliyetlerine Tahran’da devam ettiler. Alik’in 1931 yılında yayın hayatına girdiği ortam, işte böyle bir şeydi. Alik günümüzde, tüm İran’da yayınlanan en eski ikinci günlük gazete olma özelliğini taşıyor.

Ermenice yayınlanan Alik, ilk yıllarında haftalık bir gazeteydi. Daha sonra üç günde bir yayınlanmaya başladı, son 50 yıldan beriyse günlük olarak okuyucularıyla buluşuyor.

1931’de gazete yayınlanmaya başladığında İran’daki Ermeni nüfusu ne kadardı?

O yıllarda ülke genelinde Ermenilerin nüfusu 20-30 bin arasındaydı. Ermenilerin esas olarak yoğun yaşadığı üç bölge vardı. Bunlardan İran Azerbaycanı en eski yerleşim yeriydi, hatta Eçmiadzin’den daha eski bir tarihi var. Sonra, 400 yıllık geçmişiyle Yeni Çuha bölgesinden bahsedebiliriz. Tahran ise yaklaşık 70 yıllık bir geçmişe sahip.

Türkiye’de yayınlanan azınlık gazeteleri her gün belli merkezlerde tercüme edilerek resmî kurumlara rapor halinde bildirilir. İran’daki Ermeni basını için de aynı şey söz konusu mu?

Bizde de aynı işlevi sürdüren ofisler var. Gazeteler her gün buralarda tercüme edilirler. Bu, ilk günden beri süren bir düzen.

Alik’in içeriği hakkında bilgi verebilir misiniz? Gazetede hangi konuları işliyorsunuz? Sadece İran’daki Ermenilere yönelik haberlere mi yer veriyorsunuz?

Biz siyasi bir aktüalite organı olarak hem İran’a özgü konulara hem de İran’daki Ermeni toplumuna dair bilgilere yer vermek zorundayız. Son 25 yıldan bu yana, başka bir deyişle, Ermenistan’ın bağımsızlığından bu yana büyük bir ciddiyet ve titizlikle Ermenistan’a, Karabağ’a, Ermeni diasporasına, özellikle son yıllardaysa Türkiye’deki Ermeni toplumuna dair bilgiler veriyoruz. Türkiye’ye dair ilgimizin artmasında Agos’un ve Hrant Dink’in çok önemli rolleri var. Dink’in İran ziyaretinden sonra Türkiye’ye olan ilgimiz görünür şekilde arttı.

Tahran’da genellikle Ermenice konuşan bir toplumla karşılaştım. Türkiye’deki Ermenilerle kıyasladığımızda ne yazık ki bizde Ermenice konuşanlar günden güne azalıyor. Ancak konuşmanın yanı sıra Ermenice okur-yazarlık düzeyi İran’da ne durumda?

Okuma-yazma konusunda burada da bir zorluk söz konusu. 10-15 yıl öncesine kadar Alik, sadece bilgi aktaran bir organ değil, aynı zamanda bir eğitim aracı işlevine de sahipti. Yani, okulların veya ailenin Ermenice konusundaki eksik bıraktığı noktaları gazete tamamlamaya çalışıyordu. Şimdiyse bu konu sadece İran’la veya İstanbul’la sınırlı değil, dünyadaki bütün Ermeniler nezdinde görünen bir sorun. Biz, bu meseleyi Ermenistan’da dahi gözlemliyoruz. Basın artık sadece haber verme işlevini üstlendi ve az önce değindiğim eğitici rolü geri planda kaldı. Önümüzdeki küresel sorun bizi de etkiliyor. Bu, belki de içinde yaşadığımız çağın gerektirdiği bir şeydir. Basılı yayınlar başka türlü çıkış yolları bulmak zorunda. Bugün, basılı her gazete aynı zamanda internet yayını da yapıyor. Çevrimiçi yayınlar vasıtasıyla gençlere daha çok ulaşabildiğimizi söyleyebilirim. Basılı gazete okuma alışkanlığı her yerde olduğu gibi İran’da da günden güne azalıyor. Bu durum Ermenistan için de geçerli. Sadece gazete değil, kitap okuyanların sayısında da bir azalma söz konusu.

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Iran’s Armenian Archbishop, MPs condemn Trump’s Jerusalem statement



An Iranian Armenian religious leader and the country’s Armenian lawmakers have decried the decision by the US president to recognize Jerusalem as the new capital of Israeli, Tasnim News Agency reports.

In a statement on Saturday, the Armenian prelate of the diocese of Tehran, Archbishop Sebouh Sarkissian, denounced Trump’s decision as a “wrong and cruel” move that is unacceptable to the followers of Christianity and Islam.

The holy city of Jerusalem, the cradle of monotheistic religions, will remain as an indispensable part of Palestine, he said, warning that Trump’s move undermines efforts to establish peace and safeguard the rights of Palestinians to gain independence.

Moreover, two Iranian Armenian parliamentarians, Karen Khanlari and Jorjik Abramian, condemned the US decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem as a move against international regulations and historical and political facts.

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

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MessagePosté le: Dim 10 Déc 2017 - 09:16
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TAHRAN - Tahran şehir merkezinde entelektüeller ve edebiyat için eski bir mekân olan nostaljik Cafe Naderi'nin mekanlarını bölme veya dönüştürme yönündeki herhangi bir hamle, engellendi.

Geçen haftanın sonlarında, toprak sahibi olmayan kişinin duvarını dikerek kafe bahçesini bölmek üzere olduğuna dikkat çekerek, gelişmemiş hikayeler sosyal medya ağlarında dolaştı.

ISNA, Perşembe gününün erken saatlerinde meydana gelen devriyeleri, Kültür Varlıkları, Turizm ve El Sanatları Örgütü'nün koruma birimi olduğu kadar bölgenin de keşif yerinde gezdiğini bildirdi.

Raporda, aynı gün Tahran'ın CHTHO direktörü olan Rajabali Khosroabadi, kafeye herhangi bir hasarın verilmediğinden emin olmak için bir ziyarette bulundu.

Khosroabadi, "Cafe'yi ziyaret ederken sahibinin temsilcisiyle telefonla görüştüm, herhangi bir müdahalenin yasal olarak yasaklandığını ve herhangi bir koruma planının CHTHO gözetiminde yapılması gerektiğini" söyledi.

Ulusal bir kültürel miras alanı olan bu kafe, Jomhouri St.'daki Hotel Naderi'nin zemin katında bulunmaktadır.

Bir Ermeni göçmen olan Khachik Madikians, kahveyi 1927'de açtı, kısa süre içinde edebi ve entelektüel seçkinlerin buluşma noktası oldu.

AFM / MQ / MG

FOTO: Tahran'ın merkezinde Cafe Naderi'nin iç görünümü

http://www.tehrantimes.com/news/419162/Cafe-Naderi-maintains-integrity-with-big-dose-of-nostalgia


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MessagePosté le: Lun 25 Déc 2017 - 09:45
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All religions share joys, sorrows in Iran
حسن روحانی



TEHRAN, Dec. 25 (MNA) – Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani visited family of Armenian martyr Georgekeshish Harutun on Christmas Eve and spoke with them in a cordial atmosphere.

In the visit that took place late on Sunday, Dr Rouhani congratulated birthday of Jesus Christ (PBUH) expressing hope that character and teachings of Jesus Christ can lead humanity to peace and peaceful coexistence.

https://en.mehrnews.com/news/130599/All-religions-share-joys-sorrows-in-Iran

https://www.armradio.am/en/2017/12/25/irans-president-visits-families-of-armenian-martyrs/


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In Memoriam: Mina Shirvanian




Mina Shirvanian

Mina Hovanessian Shirvanian was born on July 29, 1928, in Nor Jugha, Iran to Vazganoush, a physician from Javakhk and Hambartsoum, a school principal from Shushi. She was proud to represent both those communities. Sadly, Mina lost her father and two brothers at a very young age. She then moved to Sultanabad with her mother, who was the only female physician in the city. Influenced by her mother’s strong spirit, Mina was an outstanding student and an avid reader. By the sixth grade, she had read every book in the school library.

http://asbarez.com/169630/in-memoriam-mina-shirvanian/


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İran tarihinde ilk kez Ermeni kilisesinde kadın diyakoz takdis edildi




İran tarihinde, son 100 yılda ilk kez, Ermeni kilisesinde kadın diyakoz takdis edildi.  Tahran Ermeni Piskoposluğundan verilen bilgiye göre Ani Christi Manvelyan, yaklaşık 15 yıl kilisede hizmet ediyor, ancak 2017 yılı sonbaharda sadece diyakoz olarak takdis edildi. Piskoposluktan yapılan açıklamada “ Kilise kanunlarına göre bakire kadın  diyakoz olabilir. Fakat İran tarihinde, son 100 yılda ilk kez  bir kadın diyakozumuz oldu” denilir. 



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MessagePosté le: Sam 13 Jan 2018 - 11:46
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Կիներ սարկաւագ օծուած են Թեհրանի Սբ Սարգիս Մայր եկեղեցուոյ մէջ։
Յատկանշական է և վերլուծման կը կարօտի այն իրողութիւնը որ Արեւմուտքի մէջ չէ որ կը կատարուի այս լռելեայն յեղափոխութիւնը, այլ՝ կիներու հանրային իրաւասութիւնները սահմանափակող վարչակարգի օրով իսլամական երկրի մը մէջ։

Les femmes accèdent à l’autel de
la cathédrale arménienne de Téhéran
La nouvelle a été annoncée récemment par le quotidien arménien « Alik », paraissant à Téhéran : le 25 septembre dernier, une jeune femme, Ani- Krisdi Manvélian, a été ordonnée diaconesse pour la communauté apostolique arménienne de la capitale iranienne.
Dans son numéro du 9 janvier 2017, ce même quotidien publie une série de photographies dans lesquelles figurent des femmes - chantres et diaconesse - servant à l’autel de la cathédrale saint Serge à l’occasion de la célébration de la divine liturgie de la Vigile [Djrakalouyts] de la Nativité.

Lors de la Grande Entrée [Medz moud], la diaconesse Ani-Krisdi a procédé à la translation des saints Dons – le pain et le vin eucharistiques. Des scènes insolites auxquelles nous ne sommes pas encore habitués en Europe.
Սահակ Սուքիասեան, Philippe Sukiasyan
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Screening of Armenian-Iranian director Anahit Abad’s ‘Yeva’ banned



International Filmmor Women's Film Festival announced that the Governorship of Istanbul banned on Saturday the planned screening of an Armenian-Iranian movie titled ‘Yeva’ over emergency rule and security concerns.

Melek Özman from Filmmor told Bianet that the Consulate of Azerbaijan first sent an official letter to French Instute, the venue of the Festival, and asked them to cancel the screening. “Later, they applied to Azerbaijan Ministry of Foreign Affairs, they even applied to the Minister,' said Özman.

Eventually they received a written order from Turkish authorities banning the screening.

According to Azerbaijan government, the movie creates the perception that Karabakh is an Armenian territory. The region of Nagorno-Karabakh is the subject of an unresolved dispute between Azerbaijan, in which it lies, and its ethnic Armenian majority, backed by neighbouring Armenia.

Filmed by Armenian-Iranian director Anahit Abad, Yeva is about a woman, who escapes her influential in-laws with her daughter Nareh, after her husband’s death and takes refuge in one of the villages of Karabakh, Armenia, where she has to live in disguise.

The film was submitted this year by the Armenian National Film Academy for best foreign-language film at the Academy Awards.

https://ahvalnews.com/turkey/screening-armenian-iranian-director-anahit-abads-yeva-banned


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İran’daki Ermeni tarihi anıtları restore ediliyor


İran’ın kuzey batısındaki St.Thaddeus Manastırının çevresindeki üç Ermeni tarihi anıtının restorasyon çalışmaları başlatıldı.

Asbarez’ın haberine göre anıtalardan biri St. Thaddeus Manastırı’nın kuzeyinde bulunan St. Sandukht’ın, 1813 yılında inşa edilmiş mozolesi, diğerleri ise manastırın güneyindeki St. Sandukht’ın şapeli ve St. Zakare kilisesi.

İran hükümeti Ermeni anıtlarının restorasyon çalışmaları için 24.000 dolar tahsis etti. St. Thaddeus Manastırı, İran’ın Atropatena Eyaleti’nin batısındaki Maku kasabasının 20 km güney doğusunda yer alan bir Ermeni tarihi anıtı ve ibadet yeridir.

Anıt UNESCO Dünya Mirası Listesi’nde kayıtlıdır.

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