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In the Name of God بسم الله
Abu Nur

Living in Iran

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I would love to visit Iran someday, but I don't ever see myself leaving the United States permanently.

How could I inspire hope and shine a light to the spiritually starved United States if I moved away? That wouldn't help my country, but subtract one more person who wants to change it for the better and get our morals back on track, one less person who can stand and fight against hopelessness, depression, addiction, materialism, the destruction of the family, and the elites in ownership of my nation who persecute and oppress the rest of the world?

I believe I have a mission here, so I will stay.

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Brother, if the reason behind moving to Iran is being away from seeing inappropriate dressed women on street, do NOT go to Iran.

I love Iran and Im planning to go back to Iran, but I want to go back to be of help inshaallah.

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20 minutes ago, AmirAlmuminin Lover said:

Brother, if the reason behind moving to Iran is being away from seeing inappropriate dressed women on street, do NOT go to Iran.

I love Iran and Im planning to go back to Iran, but I want to go back to be of help inshaallah.

Brother I could agree that some iranian women wear bad hijab but you don't think it is a little exaggerate to compare semi naked western women with bad hijab tehrani women? 

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3 hours ago, aaljibar said:

I know we all hate to see people dressed and acting indecently on the streets. Who's with me and will hope to move to Iran insha'Allah in the future?

Wish to. Cuz its "ISLAMIC REPUBLIC". My lineage InshaAllah will get better conditions to grow spiritually, academically and all round developments.

Their efforts will be directly helping the cause of Imam Mahdi (a.s), i.e; the rise of Islamic Civilization.

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1 hour ago, alidu78 said:

Brother I could agree that some iranian women wear bad hijab but you don't think it is a little exaggerate to compare semi naked western women with bad hijab tehrani women? 

The reason of leaving your country and being away from your family should not be undressed women in west. Good Islamic behavior in western countries can promote Islamic values and sound interesting to other people.

My suggestion is spending one year of highschool in Iran or spending one or two semesters of university in Iran, and deciding whether you like it or not.

 

Edited by AmirAlmuminin Lover

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25 minutes ago, AmirAlmuminin Lover said:

The reason of leaving your country and being away from your family should not be undressed women in west. Good Islamic behavior in western countries can promote Islamic values and sound interesting to other people.

My suggestion is spending one year of highschool in Iran or spending one or two semesters of university in Iran, and deciding whether you like it or not.

 

i'd obviously wish for my family to come

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Salam everyone, 

Should Iran allow and facilitate the immigration of non Iranians to Iran? Give them iranian citizenship, allow them to own properties etc? By non Iranians I mean Shia Muslims from other countries who would want to integrate in the Islamic society whose foundations were laid down at the time of revolution.

I must admit I am not very well informed on the subject but as far as I know a large area of Iran is uninhabited. Economic resources might be an issue but that can be tackled since the influx of people will bring some resources and generate others as the people settle down. 

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Walaikum as salam. Each country has a responsibility towards its citizens. There is no reason why Iran or any other country should facilitate immigration for anyone unless it somehow benefits their economy, society or development. 

Asylum for humanitarian purposes is the only other reason but this should be done within sustainable limits (not like what is currently happening in Europe)

Wallahu a'lam

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I am not talking about asylum and I am not talking a mass influx of immigrants either.I meant a carefully controlled long term work and later on maybe citizenship option for skilled and professional Shia people who might be interested in moving from a non Islamic country to a Shia country.

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As an iranian I would with a lot of pleasure encourage such things. But absolutely not now. Currently Iran face many social and economic problems and have a lot of difficulties to help all iranian citizens so this is not at all the moment to welcome other immigrants. If these problems are resolved I would be among the first ones to welcome non iranian Shias to do their hijras to Iran and help to build a better Islamic society. 

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Why is it assumed the non iranians moving there will be seeking help, support or some other form of "giving" from the Iranian government? Perhaps it is an investor with a significant pool of resources who would like to settle and set up shop in Iran. 

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This ^^  and it might increase tourism too. Hardly anyone visits Iran except for Ziyarahs despite the country having such a rich culture and history.

If Shia people from other countries are living there, it would bring visitors others than zaairs, who will spend money. I know it would be very small, totally insignificant but my point is, Shia foreigners settling there won't be a burden on the country in anyway. But I feel IRI isn't not very open to visitors.

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56 minutes ago, habib e najjaar said:

Why is it assumed the non iranians moving there will be seeking help, support or some other form of "giving" from the Iranian government? Perhaps it is an investor with a significant pool of resources who would like to settle and set up shop in Iran. 

Salam , it’s a good idea but all of these years against what Authorities in government are claiming about supporting welcoming foreign investors in reality the investors are facing with corrupted authorities that their purpose is just taking bribes from them & stealing their money & even investors can pass this phase they must face with jealous persons that are trying to stop their investment with help of corrupted authorities also we don’t have proper laws for supporting these investors & nobody in parliament cares about fixing this problem beside that people don’t have good mentality about them because many times frauds in name of foreign investors steal wealth of people & then left people in worse economical condition .

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6 minutes ago, starlight said:

This ^^  and it might increase tourism too. Hardly anyone visits Iran except for Ziyarahs despite the country having such a rich culture and history.

If Shia people from other countries are living there, it would bring visitors others than zaairs, who will spend money. I know it would be very small, totally insignificant but my point is, Shia foreigners settling there won't be a burden on the country in anyway. But I feel IRI isn't not very open to visitors.

It’s true but because of bad management of Authorities in all governments until now a group of people of Iran see other Shias that are coming to Iran as invaders for example some groups special from reformists party that have dominance in parliament & government before starting Arbaeen tried to show Iraqis as rapist that are coming to Mashhad for sexual pleasure & rape Iranian girls & now when Hashd ‘al’shabi members came to help victims of flood tried to show their help as newraid of Iraq to Iran & violating borders of Iran but it’s a bit more complex matter that some hardliners & some people from other groups were also behind reformist in these two matters only a few people that are really loyal to Imam Khamenei are trying to fix these problems but they are few in numbers & resourcs .

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