Human Rights and the Islamic Republic of Iran
Thursday, August 16, 2012

The Islamic Republic of Iran, as a member of the United Nations which has acceded to most international human rights documents and is committed to them, represents a country that despite its brilliant historical background and efforts made to promote human rights, has been a regular target of human rights accusations and criticism. Since the advent of Zoroastrianism and formulation of the rights of nations by Cyrus the Great, whose influences on the Iranian culture can still be observed, up to the entry of Islam and acceptance of the divine approach of Islam to humans, rich traces of respect for human rights and humanity can be detected in the Iranian culture.

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