Questions worldwide to Iran and the answers
What do you think of when I mention the country Iran? Dutch Journalist Thomas Erdbrink once wrote that you can find many ayatollah's and beards there. Or a least that's what's shown on television. However, those are not the only thing you'll find in Iran. Check out the video's below to see what's meant by that.
Questions worldwide to Iran
Questions from people worldwide to the people in Iran...Couscous Global attempts to find the answers over there.
Harout has a question for the Armenians in Iran
This is Harout, he lives in the USA. He has a question for Armenian people living in Iran.
Answer from Iran to Harout's question
Armenian inhabitants of Tehran, Iran answer the question of Harout from the USA. Click here to view his question.
Sofie about her burqa performance in the red light district in Amsterdam
Sofie is an artist from Norway. She has a question for you What do you think about putting a woman in a burqa in the red light district?
An answer to Sofie's burqa performance
Sofie, see previous video also, had an art project in which an almost naked women (she's wearing a burqa) is standing behind a window in the Amsterdam red light district. She wanted to know what women in Iran would think of this. Once again, a young lady from Iran provides her the answer.
Sofie asks Iran: 'Are you protected in a burqa?'
Sofie is an artist and has a question for Sara from Iran about her burqa performance in the Red Light District in Amsterdam.
An answer to Sofie's question: 'are you protected in a burqa'
Sofie, a Norwegian artist who resides in Amsterdam wonders if there were women out there who feel protected in a burqa. A young lady from Iran provides her the answer.
Is the palace of the Shah filled with jewelry?
Andrea from the USA has a question about the palaces of the Shah in Iran.
The jewels of the Shah...Iran answers Andrea from USA
This woman answers a question of Andrea from the USA. Couscous Global was in Tehran to get some answers about this demonized country. Andrea from Florida wanted to know about the jewels.....yes they are BIG. We weren't allowed to film inside, so we filmed outside for you
'What is a happy day for you guys?'
This girl with Polish/Australian roots wonders what a happy day is for people in countries such as Afghanistan and Iran.
Afghan refugees in Iran answers the question "what is a happy day for you?"
Couscous Global had a meeting with a theatre group in Tehran, Iran. It's members are refugees from Afghanistan. Here they tell us about the memories they have of their country and their happy days.
Young Iranians answer the questions of young Americans
Young Iranians answer the questions of young Americans and Europeans. Couscous Global filmed their reactions to the questions of our members.
Answers from Iran to the questions of young Americans
Being gay in Iran
Homosexuality is prohibited by law in Iran. Gay men and women are forced to live a secret life so they can't fully show who they really are. Couscous Global sat down with a gay man from Iran and talked about his life there.