Chador e tagli Punk, feste clandestine e preghiere del venerdì, musica rock e misticismo religioso, poesia Sufi e blog su Internet, disoccupazione e voglia di fuggire all'estero.
Roma One, Rome (Italy) -Lunedì 5 febbraio 2007 - redazione
Chador and Punk haircuts, clandestine parties and Friday prayers, rock music and religious misticism, Sufi poetry and blogs on Internet, unemployment and want to escape abroad.
This is the portrait of the young people of Tehran in the book of Antonello Sacchetti who aims to describe a country, Iran, about which “too often nonsense is spoken ”.
“Iran is a more modern and lay country than can be thought - the author tells - 70% of the population have less than 30 years, the computer science schooling and the quality of the internet connection are incredible. We know little of them, but they know a lot about us”.
Ragazzi di Teheran
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