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Posted by
Behrooz Sangani (Tehran, Iran) on 22 June 2008 in Abstract & Conceptual.

I spent my childhood life in war, wasted my precious innocent years in fear and despair. I remember the blackouts and alarms. I remember energy problems during and after the war. Then little by little, we started to have some small pieces of life. Everything was on it's way to become normal.
There's always hope.
These days, power plants in Tehran can't provide enough energy and there are power failures every other day. Rumor says that lack of spare parts because of sanctions caused this problem.
This image is my protest against all sanctions, all political prejudice. I protest against all those who think they are good enough to decide for me.
In the end, it's always the people who suffer.
... But there's always hope.

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