Iranians use social media to share stories, connect with friends and family, and connect with each other, all without a need for a phone or computer.
According to the Iranian news agency IRNA, the use of social media by Iranians has grown rapidly in recent years, and the social media apps are used to share news, updates and opinions.
Some Iranians have even created a popular website called IranChat.com, which allows users to share their news and news related content.
However, the apps are also used to express themselves in the most extreme form, as in IranChat, which is used to encourage people to kill themselves.
Tehran is one of the few places in the world where people have been allowed to kill their own children, the report said.
But the authorities have banned the apps from being used for this purpose, which makes it illegal to kill a child in Iran.
“We’re seeing more and more people using social media and are also being monitored, especially by the authorities,” said Shirin, a 30-year-old student.
She said she and her friend were using social networks to share information about the suicide epidemic, including tips on how to avoid suicide and how to contact their family.
“I was a victim of suicide and I’m afraid of this trend and want to do something to prevent it,” she said.
The Iranian government has also blocked Twitter from providing a virtual private network (VPN) in the country.
Iranian users of the Telegram and WhatsApp apps have reported being blocked by the government.
Iran has a population of approximately 70 million people, most of whom are Muslims, and has one of Europe’s highest suicide rates.
In 2014, at least 17 people in Iran were killed by suicide, according to the International Federation of Suicide Prevention Programs.