ABC's Muhammad Lila Provides a First-Hand Account of Everyday Life Inside Iran
Series of Reports to Air Across ABC News Platforms including ABCNews.com and ABC News Radio
ABC News international correspondent Muhammad Lila takes ABC News' digital audience inside Iran to provide a first-hand account of how Iranians live their everyday lives. Lila is an award-winning correspondent who has travelled extensively throughout the Middle East. From the remote province of eastern Afghanistan to Pakistan and Egypt, Lila has reported from the world's hotspots to uncover incredible stories of war, peace and civil unrest for ABC News.
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In his first reporting trip to Iran, Muhammad Lila will journey across the country asking men, women and children about the religious, cultural and political influences that shape their everyday lives. From a Google hangout inside a local classroom to videos and photos of street art in Tehran, " Inside Iran" will feature a series of digital reports aimed at shedding light on the people, places and stories of success, struggle and sacrifice that are relatively unknown outside of Iran. Along his journey Lila will highlight the hopes, dreams and fears of the Iranian people, perceptions of their country and the preconceived notions they often face from the Western world.
In an effort to break down the cultural and political divide and fuel a dialogue, ABC News is calling on Americans to submit questions to their Iranian peers about life inside Iran. Users are encouraged to send questions via social to @MuhammadLila and @ABC using #InsideIran for a chance to get their questions featured on-camera.
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