Translate page with Google Home Stories Photographs from Iran Story July 6, 2007 Photographs from Iran Country: Iran Author: Jessie Graham Grantee Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Twitter Email this page Print this page English Project Understanding Iran On the surface, Iran is simply a theocracy in a standoff with the United States. But access to the... Jessie Graham Grantee READ MORE ABOUT THIS PROJECT SECTIONS Article Pilgrims gather at the shrine for Ayotollah Khomeini. Women commemorate the 18th anniversary of Khomeini's death. Reformist cleric Mohammad Ali Abtahi has his own blog, where young people can ask him about religious and political issues. More than 60 percent of university students in Iran are women. Murals and posters of the Supreme Leaders are everywhere. These young boys shouted 'Death to America' at me. Then they asked me for my autograph. Jessie Graham introduces a few of the people and scenes she encountered during her ten days in Tehran, Iran.