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Although most Islamic countries contain members of both sects, Iran and Iraq have the highest numbers of Shi'ites. Under Sharia law in Iran, only men have the right to file for divorce and can control their wives' travel otherwise.Location: The Middle East, bordering Afghanistan 936 km, Armenia 35 km, Azerbaijan-proper 432 km, Azerbaijan-Naxcivan exclave 179 km, Iraq 1,458 km, Pakistan 909 km, Turkey 499 km, Turkmenistan 992 km Capital: Tehran Climate: mostly arid or semiarid, subtropical along Caspian coast Population: 82 million (2019 est.) Ethnic Make-up: Persian 51%, Azeri 24%, Gilaki and Mazandarani 8%, Kurd 7%, Arab 3%, Lur 2%, Baloochi 2%, Turkmen 2%, other 1% Religions: Shi'a Muslim 89%, Sunni Muslim 9%, Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christian, and Baha'i 2% Government: Islamic republic The largest language group consists of the speakers of Indo-Iranian languages, who in 1986 comprised about 70 percent of the population.The speakers of Indo-Iranian languages are not, however, a homogeneous group.They include speakers of Persian, the official language of the country, and its various dialects; speakers of Kirmanji, the term for related dialects spoken by the Kurds who live in the cities, towns, and villages of western Iran and adjacent areas of Iraq and Turkey; speakers of Luri, the language of the Bakhtiaris and Lurs who live in the Zagros; and Baluchi, the language of the seminomadic people who live in southeastern Iran and adjacent areas of Afghanistan and Pakistan.Approximately 28 percent of the population speaks various dialects of Turkish.A Canadian marriage is a civil contract and an Iranian one is entwined with religious morals and practices that need to be accommodated in order for a marriage or divorce to happen, said Yousefi."I think that's the logic behind the Iranian government sometimes not acknowledging the Canadian divorce — they say the religious aspects or requirements of the Iranian divorce are not met in a Canadian divorce," the lawyer said.
Such is the case in Iran, where young people are smart, informed, and stylish--to wit, the gals who wore Chanel shades to protest the recent election--yet are forbidden by law to date. Increasingly, they're opting for a temporary marriage.
Expatriates are not required to fast; however, they must not eat, drink, smoke, or chew gum in public.
Each night at sunset, families and friends gather together to celebrate the breaking of the fast (iftar).
The festivities often continue well into the night. Iran is the only country of all Muslim countries that is officially a Shi'ite state. When the prophet Mohammed died, the question over who should be his successor divided the Muslim population.
In general, things happen more slowly during Ramadan. What has now become the Sunnis believed the leadership of the community did not have to come from the Prophet's family, while Shi'ites disagreed.