Ayatollah Khamenei has urged Western youth to build on an accurate understanding, profundity, and unpleasant experiences of the past to lay the foundation for proper, honest interaction with the world of Islam.
An Iranian researcher has said that Iran is to surmount a historical bend, adding if the country becomes successful, it will overcome the next bends more easily.
If the unholy phenomenon of IS lives long, it can have a deep cultural impact on Iran's neighbors and stoke ethnic, factional and tribal tensions, Seyyed Ali Moujani said.
The main culprit behind the massacre of innocent people in the West and East are those who used IS as a tool to serve their interests and advance their cause.
An Iranian news website has analyzed the way the world media covered Paris terror attacks, questioning their scant attention to similar terrorist attacks in Lebanon and Iraq.
A renowned Arab journalist has said that Paris attacks are likely to be just the tip of an iceberg, and not a passing episode, adding that elimination of terrorism needs something more than security and military approaches.
An Iranian expert has said that ISIS has struck fear into the hearts of people in the world, adding that in the fight against ISIS the international community first needs to cut the terror group’s economic lifeline.
Jahangiri said as part of a first phase of the overall fight against terrorism an intellectual front is being formed and scholars play an important role on that front.
The Iranian dailies have given extensive front-page coverage to the deadly coordinated Paris attacks.
Candles were lit and flowers were laid outside the French embassy in Tehran in honor of those killed in terrorist attacks in Paris.