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Iran struggles to halt the boom in online gambling, banned in the country


Tehran, Mar 11 (EFE) .- (Camera: Artemis Razmipour) Iranian authorities are trying to stop the rise of online gambling and betting, which is increasingly popular in the country, where they have been banned by the sharia or Islamic law since the 1979 revolution.FOOTAGE OF ONLINE GAMBLING PAGES AND BANKS IN TEHRAN.SOUNDBITES OF CLERGYMAN ALÍ MANSURIAN, FROM THE ALÍ AKBAR MAUSOLEUM OF TEHRAN.Translation:1.- "That (the gambling and gambling environment) is an unreal, illogical and unbalanced life, and Islam prohibits anything that unbalances the person."

Added on the 11/03/2021 13:00:00 - Copyright : EFE Inglés

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