Saturday, December 2, 2023

Middle East

UN must be cornerstone in Syria national talks: Iran

Iranian deputy FM said the crisis in Syria will only be resolved through respecting the country’s sovereignty, independence, national unity and territorial integrity as well as the Syrian people’s will.

Iran’s deputy FM urges regional cooperation against extremism

The diplomat pointed to threats posed by terrorist groups like Daesh and called for more security and defense cooperation among Iran and regional countries to confront terror threats.

Famous Arab world journalist asks question about S400, martyrdom of Kuntar in Syria

For now, we should not pass an angry judgment about Russia's failure to respond, the editor-in-chief of Rai al-Youm, Abdel Bari Atwan, said in an opinion piece.

An island off war-stricken Yemen (PHOTOS)

Socotra, an island in the Indian Ocean which is registered by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Spokesman: Assassination of Samir Qantar newest form of state terrorism

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaber Ansari on Sunday denounced assassination of Samir Qantar in the wake of air strike of the Zionist regime planes.

Middle Eastern birds and a lesson for Mr. Trump

Iranian Muslims rush to the help of the environment and the wildlife, but ISIS terrorists seek to use birds as suicide bombers to advance their unholy agenda and spread the reign of terror in the world.

UN resolution against Daesh funding belated: Leader’s aide

Supreme Leader’s advisor Ali Akbar Velayati says those who have formed Daesh Takfiri group must be tried in international courts as war criminals.

Iran’s Javad Zarif on Syria, Russia, and Donald Trump

Foreign Minister Zarif urges the American candidates to wake up to the real world in an interview with the New Yorker.

Opposition groups must contribute to peace in Syria: Iran FM

He said the opposition group in Syria should have no link with terrorist groups, including al-Qaeda, Daesh, al-Nusra Front and Ahrar al-Sham.

Iran’s Zarif: Peace in Syria Vital

Terrorists should never have been allowed to set the agenda, or dictate the response.

Roknabadi died of thirst, heat in Mina crush: Iran diplomat

Amir-Abdollahian emphasized that Iran would certainly continue with investigations to determine the fate of the pilgrims still missing.

Troop deployment to Iraq, Turkey’s reaction to post-JCPOA era

Turkey thinks that the presence of the Russian military alongside Syrian ground troops and resistance forces is tilting the balance in Assad's favor and this can pose threats to Turkey via its southern border.

Turkey should be the Turkey it used to be: Iran MP

The grave mistake of Turkey is that it thinks NATO would rush to its assistance against Russia in case something happens.

Female partisans prepare to take on Daesh (PHOTOS)

These female fighters of Christian faith are now battling Daesh terrorists alongside Kurdish Peshmerga and Yazidi fighters.

Iranian Diplomat: No Disagreement between Iran, Russia over Syria

The Iranian deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs says both Iran and Russia “are seriously helping the Syrian army in fighting against terrorism”.

A third World War may be in the cards: Iranian official

The Secretary of Iranian Expediency Council says Iran can presently use its active diplomacy to bring Turkey and Russia close to each other and temper tensions between them.

Iran ready to help resolve Turkey-Russia tensions: First VP

Iran emphasizes that interaction, respect for the country’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity and efforts to solve differences can lead to the establishment of sustainable peace and stability in the region.

Turkey’s troop deployment to implement a dangerous plot

Given previous revelations about Ankara's ties with and support for the Daesh terrorist grouping, Turkey's claim that it wants to take on the terrorist group sounds more like a joke than reality.

What kind of advice President Erdogan’s aides offer?

Turkey has problems with Iraq, Syria and Russia and wants to add Iran to the list of countries with which it has problem. This is a blame game bound to add to the problems of the Turkish government, Nobakht said.

Presidential elections in the US and future of Iran-West ties

The wisest approach Iran can adopt before the US presidential elections is to take advantage of the current situation in the West to advance its interests and stabilize its rational image in the court of public opinion in the West.

UN lauds Iran’s AIDS program as a flawless model in the region

UN Resident Coordinator Gary Lewis has said that Iran’s AIDS control program is pragmatic, adding that the government’s concentration on the program is remarkable.

A school for peace, a school for war for children in the same region

The promise an Iranian father has made to his little girl to stop hunting has caused many in their surroundings to follow suit and respect and love nature.

Developments following a controversial shoot-down

Russia cuts scientific ties with Turkey; Turkish submarines shadow Russian cruiser; and President Erdogan does not say whether he will apologize or not.

Iran: Syria left its mark in history

The Supreme Leader’s advisor says that Iran is certain that victory will be the Syrian people’s and resistance’s. Tag: Syria

Why is Iran’s security tied to regional peace and security?

A former IRGC commander has said that all governments should oppose military intervention, fight terrorism and respect the decisions of nations if they seek to bolster security in the region.

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