Each contains its own section of I spent two nights online with an Iranian friend, going over these websites in some detail, concentrating on the main, Farsi pages but with some attention to the English sections as well.We found nothing resembling the fatwa against men and women chatting.Fatwas, or religious opinions disseminated by clerics, are not binding.So while Khamenei might discourage his followers from online chatting, for fear that it might lead to flirtation, or worse, he is not likely to order Iran’s religious police to start patrolling chat rooms and looking over texter’s shoulders.
The only problem is that I've heard that Iranians don't date outside of their race and even if they do - they only go for dentists, doctors etc.
and the exiled opposition group People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran website — not exactly unbiased sources on Iranian affairs — say he has.
The “ban” is sourced to a response the religious leader gave to a question submitted to his website by a conflicted follower.
He lived in a smaller town in whichlike so many in Iranmost of the people are also intensely religious, consider homosexuality the ultimate sin, and agree with the Islamic Republics law mandating the death penalty for any person caught in a homosexual act.
Isolated and unable to frequent his few gay friends, constantly living in fear of being arrested and tortured, perhaps executed, Sam became increasingly depressed, and even attempted suicide.