Hossein Shariatmadari, a conservative Iranian journalist, says there is no JCPOA left to discuss whether or not to pull out of it.
As speculations have risen about US President Donald Trump’s pulling out of Iran nuclear deal in May, European leaders’ visits to Washington to hold talks with US officials have grabbed the attention of the observers.
An analyst says the North Korean leader has backed down from his position fearing he might suffer the same fate that former Iraqi and Libyan leaders underwent.
Riyadh is trying to foment discord between Iran and Tajikistan as their cold ties will create favourable conditions for Saudi Arabia to turn the Central Asian state into a breeding ground for advocates of a radical interpretation of Islam.
A senior Iranian journalist and commentator says the Syrian army must fire missiles at Riyadh and Abu Dhabi in retaliation for the airstrikes on Syria conducted by a US-led coalition supported by Saudis and Emiratis.
A senior Iranian expert and a former diplomat believes the US does not seem to be launching a massive strike on Syria and the case will not be so serious that Iran’s intervention would be needed.
A senior Iranian commentator says Saudi Arabia has spent a hefty amount of money to purchase the US-made cutting-edge patriot missiles but what it has received cannot intercept the missiles fired by Yemen’s Ansarullah fighters at the Kingdom.
A senior Iraqi analyst says Saudi Arabia should extricate itself from the quagmire of anti-Iran delusions created by the United States.
The EU has made a big mistake by entering into talks with the US over the Iran nuclear deal, instead of holding its ground and announcing it will never accept US calls for renegotiation of the pact.
The latest move by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman to recognize Israel as a state has been described as the climax of the three-year covert and secret relations between Riyadh and Tel Aviv, which can lead to the creation of an anti-Israel coalition by the Islamic states.