The New Arab. Date of publication: 27 February, Iran has banned a reformist newspaper following a headline deemed as offensive by state censors regarding a visit by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Tehran on Monday, when he met the country's leaders. Others explained that the headline title "Gate Crasher" was used in the print newspaper. The newspaper was told by Tehran's culture and media court it would be "temporarily banned", although no date was given for when the restrictions would end. Assad reportedly flew to Iran on Monday to thank Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani for the help the country has provided in helping bolster his regime against opposition forces. Iran has reportedly aided Damascus financially, as well as provide Iranian officers and Shia militias to bolster regime forces, which appeared to be on the verge of collapse many times in the war, which erupted in Ghanoon daily banned from being published for 3rd time. Assad's forces have been responsible for the bulk of the war's half-a-million dead, with many in Iran questioning the Tehran's role in propping up the butcher.
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Traditional and Classical musics executed on the qanun are based on Maqamat or Makamlar. Qanun trace its origins to a stringed Assyrian instrument from the Old Assyrian Empire, specifically from the nineteenth century BC in Mesopotamia. This instrument came inscribed on a box of elephant ivory found in the old Assyrian capital Nimrud old name: Caleh , which is located about 35 km from the city of Mosul in Iraq. Arabic qanuns are usually constructed with five skin insets that support a single long bridge resting on five arching pillars, whereas the somewhat smaller Turkish qanuns are based on just four. This allows Arabic variants of the instrument to have more room for the installation of extreme bass and treble strings. Kanuns manufactured in Turkey generally feature 26 courses of strings, with three strings per course in the case of all regional variants. Contemporary Arabic designs use Nylon or PVC strings that are stretched over the bridge poised on fish-skins as described on one end, and attached to wooden tuning pegs at the other end. Ornamental sound holes called kafes are a critical component of what constitutes the accustomed timbre of qanun. However, they normally occupy different locations on the soundboard of Turkish kanuns compared to Arabic qanuns, and may also vary in shape, size and number depending on geography or personal taste. Qanun is played on the lap while sitting or squatting, or sometimes on trestle support, by plucking the strings with two tortoise -shell picks one for each hand or with fingernails, and has a standard range of three and a half octaves from A2 to E6 that can be extended down to F2 and up to G6 in the case of Arabic designs.
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