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Iran’s Leader Frowns at Hardliners, Pats Nuclear Negotiators

“Nobody is allowed to call the negotiators ‘compromisers’. They are born and bred here [under the Islamic Revolution]. They shoulder an arduous task and no one may undermine their ... Continue Reading →
Iran's Supreme Leader Meeting with Army Commanders on April 18, 2013 (Photo Credit: Khamenei.ir)

Iran’s Khamenei Lays Conditions For 2009 Protest Leaders Release

In a meeting with representatives from students groups on Sunday, Iran’s leader called on those who claimed vote fraud in 2009 presidential election to apologize to the nation. In ... Continue Reading →
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Iran’s Leader Sets The Tone For The Rowhani’s Administration

In a meeting with the Iran’s senior officials the country’s supreme leader Ayatollah Sayed Ali Khamenei called the latest presidential election in Iran, a blessing from ... Continue Reading →
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Hezbollah Warns Of Imminent Attack In Coming Days

The Vice-Chairman of the Executive Council of Lebanon’s Hezbollah Movement, Sheikh Nabil Qavouq, has warned that Israel is probably going to attack Lebanon in the coming days. “Despite ... Continue Reading →
Ayatollah Khatami the Tehran's Friday Prayer Leader.

Iran’s Voice Against The Takfiris, The Muslim Brotherhood And Explains Morsi’s Fall

Tehran’s substitute Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Sayed Ahmad Khatami said the main reasons for Morsi’s failures were the support for the ousted president by the Takfiris ... Continue Reading →
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US Policies Of Violence Are Feeding Muslim Vengeance: Iranian Top Commander

Brigadier General Mohammad-Reza Naghdi, Commander of the Iran’s Basij force, warned the US over its intriguing and supporting the crisis and killings of innocent Muslims in Palestine, ... Continue Reading →
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Morsi’s Overthrow The Result Of Depending On The USA

Following the removal of Egyptian President Mohammad Morsi from power, an Iranian senior lawmaker reiterated that the ‘improper behavior of the Muslims Brotherhood’ ... Continue Reading →