In his latest novel, Boualem Sansal, attacks the religious tyranny of Islam, yet fails to comment on the West′s hypocrisy with relation to the fallout of colonialism or recent political involvement. By Iman HumaydanMore
In spite of strict moral regulations, plastic surgery is allowed in Iran. More than 60,000 Iranian women per year get nose surgery. Such contradictions have informed Tehran-born artist Homa Arkani's work since 1983.