Iran has a very rich history with which the Indians can connect very well, said the Indian envoy to Iran in an exclusive interview, highlighting the cultural and historical ties between the two nations.
An Iranian women rights activist hailed a recent bill passed by the Parliament to ensure gender equality in the country, and highlighted the key role such equality plays in national security.
An Iranian analyst says the former US president, Barack Obama, was popular among Europeans, but people in the Middle East had a low opinion of him.
Geographical boundaries have split Iranians and Afghans, but they are two peoples with a common culture and language, says an Afghan poet who has become the first refugee in Iran to assume an official position.
Sabah Zanganeh, a senior Middle East analyst, believes that Riyadh has no choice but to change its regional policies, and Oman can play an important role as a mediator to moderate Saudi Arabia’s policies towards Iran.
If the US, or any other country, decides to disregard the nuclear deal with Tehran, then Iran will have to show appropriate reaction, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister says.
Javad Salehi, an expert in international affairs, says the developments in Turkey today will result in growing violence, particularly given the crackdown on Kurdish politicians.
A prominent Muslim commentator believes that the US Muslim community will be terrorized more than ever during Donald Trump presidency while Washington’s support for Israel will remain unchanged.
An Iranian politician says the promises US President-elect Donald Trump has made will be pretty beneficial to the world if they are put into action.
Baroness Jennifere Tonge, a British politician who has recently been suspended from her party because of alleged anti-Semitic comments, says British politicians are terrified of making anti-Israeli statements.