The US Congress is opposed to a nuclear deal and the Zionist lobby has gone into overdrive, we shouldn’t cause trouble for those who stand up for our rights, Rafsanjani said.
Professor Abbas Vali, a Turkish theorist, has said that one day Daesh will be part of history, but its legacy – Daeshism – will live on.
Snapshots of a selfless Iranian teacher who has to walk 10 km every day to get to school.
“Each body might have some limitations and deficiencies. But if you have a pure, elevated soul I think the body won't matter,” said the disabled Iranian woman.
A Tulip Festival is annually organized by an Iranian flower breeder in early May allowing people to feast their eyes on the beautiful flowers free of charge.
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 12 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
A floral necklace is an ambassador of health to help women who suffer from cancer to learn about ways to come to terms with their disease.
A photo gallery of injured domestic animals in the house of an Iranian woman who takes care of them with sheer kindness.
Abdollah Ghanji elaborates on the reasons behind brewing tensions in the world of Islam and the things which can help restore peace.
Senior officials of John Wiley & Sons, Inc., a New-Jersey-based publishing house, are to attend the 28th Tehran International Book Fair (May 6–16, 2015).