Iranian security officer is seen inside the Parliament building.

Saudi Minister Refuses to Condemn Tehran Shootings

As countries of the world including Iran’s neighboring states are condemning today’s terrorist attacks in Tehran, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs ... Continue Reading →
Tehran Attacks

Iran Attacks: MKO, Saudi behind Parliament, Khomeini Shrine Shootings

On Wednesday, two groups of armed men stormed the Iranian parliament building in central Tehran and Imam Khomeini Shrine in the southern Tehran outskirt. There are conflicting reports ... Continue Reading →
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Severed Qatar-Saudi Alliance Ties; What’s there for Iran?

In an unprecedented move Persian Gulf states on Monday cut all diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar. Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates as well ... Continue Reading →
Michael D’Andrea also known as the Dark Prince, Ayatollah Mike

CIA Agent Ayatollah Mike’s Face Revealed: Iran’s View

Michael D’Andrea also known as the Dark Prince, Ayatollah Mike born to a North Virginia family whose links to the CIA stretch back two decades recently appointed to the head of CIA’s ... Continue Reading →
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (left) and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif walk in sideline of nuclear talks in Geneva.

Iran, US and Clash of Values’ Dilemma

By: Sonia Mansour Robaey * 1. Values and the West’s double standards approach to ethical pluralism. Ethical pluralism is focused on individual preferences ... Continue Reading →
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Oil Drops Below $28 a Barrel as Iran’s Sanction Lifted

Crude prices dropped below $28 a barrel earlier this week due to the expected rise in Iranian exports after the sanction against Tehran was lifted. The group of ... Continue Reading →
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Terrorism is Common Worry for Muslims and West, Says Iran Leader

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei says the bitter events brought about by blind terrorism in France have once again, moved him to write his second open letter to the ... Continue Reading →