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Haft-e Sobh-Zarif-Soleimani

Two key capital owners whose biggest asset is the trust of a nation

Two Iranian individuals who reflect the diplomatic potential and the military prowess of the nation are accumulating their metaphorical capital by the day.
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Radicalism will return to the US and Europe (Part Two)

Davood Feirahi, an Iranian university professor, takes an in-depth look at ISIL, saying the terror group will ultimately wreak havoc in Europe and the US.
Iran in Earth

How can one be an Iranian? How can one not be an Iranian?

Abdolhossein Zarrinkoob, a great Iranian, lays out the reasons why his fellow Iranians should take pride in being Iranian.
West-ISIS

Radicalism will return to the US and Europe (Part One)

Davood Feirahi, an Iranian university professor, takes an in-depth look at ISIL, saying the terror group will ultimately wreak havoc in Europe and the US.
Iran-Darband Cave

Humans took up residence in what is Iran today some 230,000 years ago

Darband Caves in Gilan Province with archeological finds as old as the Paleolithic Era can unravel the mystery surrounding early cave dwellers in Iran.
Israel

Israel’s proposal to arm Iran with atomic weapons

A SAVAK document has sheds light on Iran-Israel military ties before the 1979 revolution saying that back then Israel supported Iran's development of nuclear weapons.
World-Iran Front Page

These serpents are not sterile!

The vicious circle of terrorism will persist in the Middle East unless determination and courage are employed to wipe out the deep-rooted problem.
Master Mahmoud Farshchian, a world-famous Iranian painter

How humans react to art has nothing to do with nationality

Mahmoud Farshchian, a household name in Iranian painting, says nationality plays no role in the way people treat arts.
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Germany shares security concerns with Iran

Niels Annen, the spokesman of Germany’s SPD, says Berlin disapproves of a go-it-alone mentality and wants to see Iran’s nuclear case settled.
Khorasani

A thick line between “love” and “hate”

An ocean in between two figures who share a name, one famed and the other infamous.

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