Juan Cole, a senior American academic and commentator, says the Trump administration’s moves against the Islamic Republic of Iran prove Ayatollah Khamenei was right about Washington’s untrustworthiness.
An Iranian news website, in an article, has hailed Iran’s new military diplomacy and the possibility of re-establishment of a military alliance between Iran, Iraq and Turkey without the intervention of foreign powers.
Western countries in recent days have adopted double-standard policies on two similar secession plebiscites held in two parts of the world one week apart.
Without having any logical and feasible response for many of regional and national problems, the recent referendum on the Iraqi Kurdistan’s independence was merely an attempt to realize a dream.
The “reflection of the opinion of the Iranians” is perhaps the most appropriate description of the purpose of President Rouhani’s trip to New York and his participation in the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly.
Iran’s top security official has warned the Iraqi Kurdistan about the consequences of its upcoming independence referendum, saying the Islamic Republic will seriously revise its cooperation with Iraqi Kurds if Baghdad’s sovereignty is violated.
A political commentator says the Myanmar government is conducting organized ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims in the country.
As international human rights have remained silent over the Myanmar government’s slaughter of Rohingya Muslims, Iranian social media users have stepped into the fray and become the voice of the voiceless.
Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, the Secretary-General of the Lebanese Hezbollah Resistance Movement, in rare comments lauded the positive role of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri in the recent victories over ISIS terrorists.
Iran’s foreign minister says absolute military power is no longer a determining factor in today’s world, and there are other instruments of power with which national interests can be secured.