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?
Western media run coverage of deadly attacks in Syria only when they can make political capital out of the incidents, and play down the massacres which do not serve their interests.
Saturday was the end of the five-day registration process for those seeking the post of Iran’s president, the bulk of whom were ordinary, and even weird, people without any political background.
More than 18,000 female applicants have registered to contest in Iran’s City and Village Councils Elections due to be held on May 19, an Iranian official announced.
Japanese prime minister’s wife says Iranian women are quite capable and completely successful in their social activities, and easily express their opinions and viewpoints in the society.
The recent anti-Iran remarks made by the Israeli PM in his meeting with the Russian president indicate Tel Aviv’s latest plot to portray Iran as a historically anti-Semitic nation.
Iran’s foreign minister says Saudi Arabia ought to stop creating tension in the region and opt for interaction and dialogue.
The Iranian foreign minister says no country dares to engage in a war with Iran, and that Tehran’s influence and power will do no one harm.