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'What can we do to avoid being buried under the rubble? 'There is no other solution but to take refuge in religion and to adapt our lives to Islam's moral codes.A divine authority told me to tell the people to make a general repentance. Because calamities threaten us.' Iran is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries, and seismologists have warned for 20 years that one is likely to hit Tehran, which straddles scores of fault lines, in the near future.Iranian police are taking a softer approach to breaches of Islamic rules, opting for education over punishment, according to Tehran's police chief.There are more than 100 counselling centres in the Tehran province alone where people are educated on Islamic codes.'According to a decision of the commander of the police force, those who do not observe Islamic codes will no longer be taken to detention centres nor judicial files opened on them,' Brigadier General Hossein Rahimi said in a speech in the Iranian capital.'We offer courses and 7,913 people have been educated in these classes so far.'Rahimi, who was appointed in August, did not elaborate on which Islamic codes were in question or when the new guidelines were introduced.In 2003, a powerful earthquake hit the southern city of Bam, killing 31,000 people - about a quarter of that city's population - and destroying its ancient mud-built citadel.Referring to the violence that followed last June's disputed presidential election, Sedighi said, 'The political earthquake that occurred was a reaction to some of the actions (that took place).and that women who are provocatively dressed can cause more quakes Women in the Islamic Republic are required by law to cover from head to toe.
Tehran straddles scores of fault lines, including one more than 50 miles (80 kilometres) long, though it has not suffered a major quake since 1830.'And now, if a natural earthquake hits Tehran, no one will be able to confront such a calamity but God's power, only God's power...So let's not disappoint God.'The Iranian government and its security forces have been locked in a bloody battle with a large opposition movement that accuses Ahmadinejad of winning last year's vote by fraud.The country's central location in Eurasia and Western Asia, and its proximity to the Strait of Hormuz, give it geostrategic importance.and reached its greatest extent during the Achaemenid Empire founded by Cyrus the Great in the sixth century BC, stretching from Eastern Europe to the Indus Valley, becoming a larger empire than previously ever existed in the world.