Iran And Hezbollah Never Compromise on Syria: MP

In response to reports of Russia’s supply of the sophisticated s-300 anti aircraft missiles to Syria IransView asked an Iranian MP his opinions. Mehdi Sanaei, ... Continue Reading →

Iran’s Guardian Council Hinted at Hashemi Rafsanjani’s Disapproval

With only one day to the final list from the Guardian Council, Abbas-Ali Kadkhodaei the spokesman of the council said only those who are “physically capable” to perform ... Continue Reading →
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, left, and his close ally Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei flash victory signs, as they arrive at the election headquarters of the interior ministry for registering of Rahim Mashaei for the upcoming presidential election, in Tehran, Iran, Saturday, May 11, 2013.(Photo Credit: Ebrahim Noroozi/AP)

Latest on Iran Election: 7-8 Candidate Will Be Qualified; MPs Urged Rejection of Rafsanjani

Iran Will Foil Enemy Plots: Minister of Intelligence Iran’s Minister of Intelligence said on Wednesday that “[Iran enemies] have plans about Iran upcoming ... Continue Reading →

Subsidies Are A Hot Election Issue In Iran

September 2010, when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced the first steps of a subsidy targeting plan through the state TV, he never have guessed that in less than 2 years, ... Continue Reading →
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Aboutorabi-Fard Was Chosen as Candidate of the Coalition of Five

The Coalition of Five, one of the main Principalits’ coalitions for the upcoming Iran’s presidential election said was picked up “Mohammad Hassan Bautorabi-Fard” as the final ... Continue Reading →
Iranians Marking the anniversary of 1979 Islamic Revolution. (Photo Credit:Saeed Karimi Nejad/Fars)

Iran Weathers The Not So Crippling Sanctions Storm

This year at the UN General Assembly Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened Iran with a military attack to prevent Iran from becoming what he calls a nuclear state. ... Continue Reading →
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad talks with Rahim Mashaee during a meeting of Cabinet. (Photo Credit:

Ahmadinejad’s Plans for the Presidential Election

Iran’s coming Election is facing a new political controversy, not from the opposition or the “Reformists”, but from a party within the current ... Continue Reading →