Raz Zimmt analyzes the campaign on Iranian social media to eliminate the legal requirement for women to wear the hijab in Iran.
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Raz Zimmt discusses Iranians’ pointed criticism of the US travel ban on visitors from majority Muslim countries, which prevents Iranians from entering the United States.
Raz Zimmt discusses Iranians’ responses to a letter in which Iranian exiles urge US President Trump to adopt an aggressive policy towards Iran.
In this article from the December 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Raz Zimmt analyzes the public protests on Iranian social media responding to restrictions imposed by President Rouhani's opponents on his supporters in the Majlis.
In this article from the November 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Dr. Raz Zimmt analyzes the reactions in Iranian social media to the election of Donald J. Trump to the American Presidency.
Raz Zimmt analyzes the reactions in Iranian social media to a recent concert held in the city of Qom, and a soccer match held between Iran and South Korea during a Shi'ite day of mourning.
From “The People’s Bank” to “Humiliation Bank:” The Campaign against Iranian Banks' Boycott of the Revolutionary Guards
In this article from the September 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Raz Zimmt looks at the usage of social media by conservative, often pro-regime forces in Iran, despite their ostensible ideological opposition to such services.
Michael Schwartz examines the background and recent history of Sino-Iranian relations and explains how commercial and trade relations have changed between China and Iran since the July 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1.
Dr. Raz Zimmt analyzes the phenomenon of social networks such as Telegram being used to organize social activities in public places among Iranian youth.
In this article from the June 2016 issue of Beehive: Middle East Social Media, Dr. Raz Zimmt discusses the use of social media by the Iran regime to memorialize their fallen in Syria.