Under the international law, countries should facilitate the activities of relief and rescue organizations affiliated with the UN and their representatives, said Iran’s foreign ministry spokeswoman.
He said the savage bombing of civilians and destroying their homes was the most heinous crime of the kind which had many catastrophic consequences, with many bodies and souls still suffering.
Zarif called on the world to carry out its “legal and moral responsibility” toward the victims and their families and facilitate the punishment of the perpetrators of such inhumane acts.
Boroujerdi condemned recent terrorist attacks in Kuwait, Tunisia and France and said such incidents show that terrorism poses a grave threat to global peace and security.
Such actions in a place of worship during the holy month of Ramadan are designed to defame Islam and to create division among Muslims, President Rouhani noted.
A day will come when the terrorist and Takfiri groups turn against their own supporters, Velayati said.
Head of the Strategic Research Center of the Expediency Council Ali Akbar Velayati said relations between Iran, Iraq and Syria, with a long history of civilization, are exemplary.
Aggression against Yemen and the massacre of defenseless people there by the Saudi regime are one of the reasons why Najran seeks independence.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif describes violent extremism as "probably the most critical challenge" menacing the Middle East and the entire world.
The head of the Intifada and Holy Quds Central Office in Iran has said that Tehran will carry on supporting the oppressed and defying the oppressors and occupiers.
The United Nations says Yemeni political factions have agreed to a humanitarian ceasefire during the holy fasting month of Ramadan.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned a recent court ruling against Bahraini opposition leader, saying resorting to security approaches would never help settle the ongoing problems in the Persian Gulf country.
President Rouhani has said that the people and government of Iran have been and will continue to be beside the government and nation of Iraq, adding Iraq's security is intertwined with that of Iran.
A letter signed by the Taliban deputy leader warns Al-Baghdadi “against waging a parallel insurgency in Afghanistan".
Iran’s foreign minister has called for international and regional cooperation in an all-out fight against terrorism and extremism.
Observes say the UN-mediated peace talks for Yemen are likely to be held in the shadow of Saudi Arabia’s incessant aggression on the ground.
Images of a Qatari-owned grand palace in Palmyra, Syria IS militants have seized.
The Iraqi Kurdistan regional administration official said that solving issues with Baghdad is a top priority of Erbil.
Javier Solana has said that conclusion of a nuclear deal will bring about fundamental changes for Iran and the wider region.
The leader of the Marada Movement has praised Hezbollah’s fight on the Takfiris in Syria, saying Hezbollah is supporting what remains of Christians in the Middle East.
In a letter to the UN Security Council, Iran’s UN ambassador said Saudi air raids can have serious consequences if repeated.