Iran is abuzz with rumors that a mummy has been found in southern Tehran – in the exact spot where the mausoleum of former Pahlavi monarch, Reza Shah, was once buried. What happens to the mummy now is anybody’s guess.
In the heart of Tehran’s capital is a famous street whose namesake – American missionary Samuel Jordan – is all but forgotten today, despite the key role he played in developing Iran’s educational system in the early 20th century.
Me and my older brothers were born stateless in Kuwait. When I hear the “immigrants should go back to where they came from” rhetoric, I think “jokes on you, I have no where to go back to.”