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Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran

 
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11/21/2012 01:22 PM
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Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran
But Iranians still drink. They drink smuggled booze -- an estimated 60 to 80 million liters came over the border last year alone, mostly from Iraqi Kurdistan -- and they drink homemade booze, often the ouzo-meets-moonshine aragh saghi, made from raisins. They drink at home, drink at the corner shops that double as clandestine liquor stores, and apparently they drink behind the wheel: when Tehran police administered random alcohol tests to city drivers, a staggering 26 percent turned out to be drunk.
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Where liquor stores are outlawed, everywhere is a potential liquor store. Ponder that beautiful fact for a moment: every place other than a mosque bears some possibility of being a place to get trashed. In Kerman, I visited a photocopy shop. While waiting for my copies, the attendant asked in a whisper whether I wanted beer. Still a little on edge over the whole flogging-your-back-to-ribbons thing, I said something noncommittal. He took it correctly to be an enthusiastic yes. In the back room, I bought six Efes beers (a Turkish brand) and drank two with him right then, next to the laminating machine. Try getting that quality of service at your local Kinko’s.
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11/21/2012 01:34 PM
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Re: Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran
So, they're becoming Americanized eh?
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11/22/2012 02:57 PM
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Re: Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran
Actually liquor is not banned in Iran. Those ignorant sheeples do not know that Alcoholic drinks is allowed for the non-moslems. Also one of the finest wine grown from win-yards around city of Shiraz in south central Iran.

Now fake moslem do get alcohol since money and power speaks in Iran and you can get anything you want for a price or know who to talk too. The fake moslem drink indoor and have to be careful not to get caught or severe punishment follows.
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11/24/2012 01:07 PM
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Re: Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran
Fine wines. French cognacs. Scottish whiskies. In the Islamic Republic of Iran, all alcoholic tastes are catered for.


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11/24/2012 06:46 PM
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Re: Forbidden Drink: Why Alcoholism Is Soaring in Officially Booze-Free Iran
didn't you know they stole Iranian fine wine such as "SHIRAZ" wine that is also advertized. You alcoholics should know about SHIRAZ which is originally from city of Shiraz in Iran. lol.
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