In 2007, the magazine was sued by the imam of the Paris mosque for a cover featuring prophet Muhammad with the caption 'It is hard to be loved by morons' and for republishing the notorious Danish satirical cartoons as a token of editorial solidarity.〔【出典】Global Voices Online◆【英文】Julie Owono ◆【和訳】Yuko Horii ◆【License】CC BY 3.0 〕
Meidan Emam, Esfahan〔イランにあるユネスコの世界遺産〕
They regard highly the imams' words as much as the writing in the Koran and preach absolute obedience to the imams.〔【出典】Hiragana Times, 1996年11月号◆【出版社】株式会社ヤック企画 〕"HT121072", "2527408"
Yesterday, the current imam of the Paris mosque has condemned both the attack and the caricature.〔【出典】Global Voices Online◆【英文】Julie Owono ◆【和訳】Yuko Horii ◆【License】CC BY 3.0 〕
He offered details of many illegal business deals and criminal offences, and accused several of Iran's leading political figures, including influential Ayatollahs, such as former president and chairman of the Assembly of Experts, Hashemi Rafsanjani, the Interim Friday Prayer Leader of Tehran, Emami Kashani, and the head of the Imam Reza Shrine Foundation, Ayatollah Vaez Tabbasi, of illegally accumulating hundreds of millions of dollars.〔【出典】Global Voices Online◆【英文】Hamid Tehrani ◆【和訳】Shoko Fukui ◆【License】CC BY 3.0 〕