Ahmadinejad Won’t Run for Presidential Elections Next Year

Sources close to ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are suggesting that he will not run for next year’s presidential elections after being reportedly advised against doing so.

From Rigi the Terrorist, to Rigi the Teacher

Unlike Abdolmalek Rigi, the terrorist, Ramin Rigi is a teacher from Sistan and Baluchestan who not only educates but also helps deprived students.

Iran Leader’s Message to Muslim World: Muslims Must Understand Blasphemous, Faithless Nature of Saudi...

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution strongly slammed “murderous” Saudi rulers for refusing to allow an international probe into last year’s deadly Mina crush, urging Muslims to “correctly understand their (Saudis’) blasphemous, faithless, dependent and materialistic nature".

“Barzanistan”, Kurdish Aspect of the Philosophy behind ISIS Emergence

Massoud Sadr-Mohammadi, an expert in Turkish and Caucasian affairs, recently warned against a plot hatched by Israel and the US to disintegrate the Middle East and create tension and instability in the region by abusing Kurd people.

GOP vs. GOP: Disqualification of Donald Trump

The US presidential elections are getting more interesting and unpredictable as we get closer to November 2016. What has made it even more difficult to predict is the internal conflict between the Republicans, where many GOP supporters are still undecided to vote for their official candidate Donald Trump.
Tintin and Sinbad

Ayatollah Khamenei Writes Note in Praise of ‘Tintin and Sinbad’

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has written a short comment to praise the Iranian teen book “Tintin and Sinbad”, which deals with the story of the western adventurer and reporter Tintin and the Middle Eastern sailor Sinbad.

Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs in Iranian Kindergartens

The growing number of child sexual assaults in Iran has convinced the government to introduce a bill in the Parliament on teaching sexual issues in kindergartens and pre-schools.
Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art

Iran Undecided about Exhibition of Its World-Class Artworks in Europe

Although anti-Iran sanctions are removed as per the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, Tehran is still unsure whether to send some of its world-class artworks to Europe and display them in their museums.
Lut Desert

Lut Desert Inscribed on World Heritage List as Iran’s First Natural Site

In a session held on Sunday, July 17, in Istanbul, the World Heritage Committee inscribed Iran’s Lut Desert as the country’s first natural site to be registered in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Academic: Muslim Brotherhood Is the Only Path to Democracy in Arab World

Davoud Feyrahi, a professor of political sciences at the University of Tehran, believes that Sunni Muslim countries cannot achieve democracy without the Muslim Brotherhood Movement.

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