A political commentator says Doha and Ankara have sealed their lips in the face of Washington’s move against Muslim Brotherhood and this is noticeable as the two are its main backers.
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.
Iran’s first vice-president, who is going to serve as a communication channel between reformists and Iran’s Leader, says Ayatollah Khamenei has no problem with reformists being present in the political arena.
Iranian ambassador to Kuwait says it is unlikely that a regional alliance will be formed against the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Jordan Burroughs, the well-known American freestyle wrestler, says he is “confident that if Trump ever visited Iran, he’d learn a lot about the people and come back to the US with a newfound appreciation for the Persians.”
An international lawyer says Iran’s regional rivals know that US President Trump has not yet determined his foreign policy, and are thus trying to influence his approach towards Iran.
While highlighting a concerted effort to counter Israeli atrocities against Palestinians, an Iranian official says the only solution to the issue of Palestine is holding a referendum.
A political analyst and a former envoy to Syria says Turkey seems to be cooperating to help Syria peace talks move forward and bear fruit in an effort to improve its image.
Swedish ambassador to Iran voiced her country’s willingness to hold talks with Iran on regional issues, saying Tehran should make optimum use of its influence to settle the ongoing crises in the Middle East.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says it is unlikely that US President Trump gets involved in a military confrontation given the promises he made during his presidential campaign.