Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic’s security and development can be ensured only in a secure and developed region.
Reformists and conservatives have shown that they both stand against those who seek to create tension in the society.
The new sanctions ratified by the US Senate to be imposed against Iran run counter to the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
The US secretary of state has called “inhumane” the sanctions imposed on Qatar by a number of Arab states and expressed concerns over the impacts of the sanctions on trade ties between his country and Qatar. This comes as Washington continues to put considerable efforts into applying illegal sanctions on Iran.
Saudi Arabia will not need the terrorists’ backyard anymore. In the new situation, the older brother needs a victim, whose name is Qatar. The mantle of radical Islam fits Qatar gracefully and it could help Saudi Arabia get rid of the heavy charge that it is the source of terrorism.
Analysts believe Qatar is somehow leaning toward the Islamic Republic of Iran amid its recent row with Saudi Arabia and its regional allies.
The high turnout in Iran’s presidential election will leave the US president no excuse to circumvent the reality. Here is an account of the Friday’s votes, which Trump should better read.
Maybe if Trump could see Iranian people queuing up to vote in Iran Elections on his way to Saudi Arabia, he would ask Saudi rulers about the true meaning of election and democracy.
The Vaghaye Ettefaghieh newspaper has, in an article, elaborated on Saudi Arabia’s stance on an upcoming trip to Riyadh by US President Donald Trump. Here is full text of the Farsi piece:
Iran has signaled that Pakistan should deal with terrorists operating on its soil if it wants to maintain cordial relations with Tehran. But is Islamabad getting the message?