Iran Report

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In Iran air the national air line was founded in 1962

In Iran air the national air line was founded in 1962. The purpose is to examine Iran concerning 5 topics. The Government of Iran will be defined. The food of Iran will be introduced; you will find it to be very interesting. The History of Iran will be analyzed in many true facts. The religions of Iran will be discovered. In conclusion I will compare and contrast the United States of America to Iran.

The Government of Iran is parliament. Parliament is elected officials vote for there leader. The name Iran has been in use natively since the Sassandid period, and came into international use form 1935.Both Persia and Iran ...view middle of the document...

Transportation in Iran is cheap because of the Governments subsidization of the price of gasoline. In 2008 more that one million people worked at the transportation sector in Iran, accounting for nine percent of GDP(gross domestic product).Iran has a long paved road connecting to most of its of its towns and cities. In 2007 the country had one hundred eleven thousand miles of road. Sixty six percent of the roads are paved in Iran. In 2008 there were about one hundred cars for every one thousand in habitants.

In Iran ninety percent of Iranians are Muslims that belong to Shi's branch of Islam. Only eight percent of Iran belongs to the Sunni branch of Islam. The remaining two percent are non-Muslims; some examples of other religions are Christians, Yezids, Yarsains, Jews, Minorities and Zoroastrians. Later three minority religions are officially recognized and protected and have reserved seats in the Mailis also known as the Iranian parliament. The non-Muslim religious minority is not officially recognized and it has been persecuted during its existence.

There are tons of different sports in Iran. The popular sports of Iran are football, weightlifting, skiing, basketball, volleyball, fustal and tennis. Some traditional sports are body building,...

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