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Navigating Iran’s Political Landscape as a Visitor

It is not a requirement to agree with any particular political decision or religious ideology to visit Iran.

While in Iran, you will hear a lot of different views from different people about politics and religion, and inevitable all travellers will have their own thoughts.

However, the Iranian government is very sensitive to any foreign involvement in internal political affairs, so any political activity inside Iran, particularly directed against the Iranian government, could lead to arrest.

At least while in Iran, it is best to keep your views private on political and religious matters.

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Tim Dobson

Tim Dobson is an Australian independent finance analyst, who specialises in writing about the Middle East, finance and economics and Australian foreign policy. He is currently studying his masters in Middle East and Central Asian studies at the Australian National University after earlier graduating with a bachelor of economics.

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