Thursday, December 1, 2022

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What is really going on in Yemen? An expert point of view (PART TWO)

A Middle East expert says that the possible rise to power of Shiites in Yemen is not a cause for concern for reactionary Arab states; rather, they do not want to see a democracy in their backyard.

Iran condemns terrorist attacks in Sinai Peninsula

As many as 48 were killed and 105 injured in a series of attacks on soldiers and police in northeast Egypt.

Iran welcomes enhanced ties with Saudi Arabia, Lebanon: MP

A senior Iranian lawmaker says the Islamic Republic welcomes the expansion of ties with regional countries, particularly Saudi Arabia and Lebanon.

What is really going on in Yemen? An expert point of view (PART ONE)

A Middle East expert says that the possible rise to power of Shiites in Yemen is not a cause for concern for reactionary Arab states; rather, they do not want to see a democracy in their backyard.

Iran: Israel to suffer consequences for Golan attack

Iran has warned that Israel will suffer the consequences of its fatal aerial assault against the Hezbollah convoy on the Syrian soil which killed six Hezbollah members and an Iranian commander.

Iran and Turkey; from regional rivalry to cultural impacts

Mehmet Seyitdanlioglu, a history professor, has examined relations between Ottoman and Safavid Empires.

There won’t be a thaw in Tehran-Riyadh ties under King Salman: Expert

Zanganeh says King Salman is unlikely to seek to ease tensions with Iran given the presence of security-minded people in his royal court.

Rouhani says Iran, Portugal could link Europe, Middle East

Tehran and Lisbon could cooperate not only in issues of mutual interest but can act as a bridge between Europe and the Middle East, said the Portuguese foreign minister.

Iran resolved to support Palestinian cause: Supreme Leader

The Supreme Leader described the issue of Palestine as a key issue in the world of Islam.

Top cleric describes protection of public property as duty of Iraqi army

Ayatollah Sistani has described protection of public rights and property as the moral and religious duty of the Iraqi army and volunteer forces fighting IS.

Democracy not to be achieved by financing terrorism: Larijani

Democracy cannot be created in a country through providing financial, arms and intelligence support to terrorists, said Larijani in a meeting with the vice-president of the German Bundestag.

I hate referring to Daesh as Islamic State

The Iranian foreign minister has said that extremism should be encountered, stressing that a multidimensional, solid strategy is needed to uproot ISIL.

How will it be after King Abdullah? (PART 2)

Following the Saudi King’s demise some Iranian analysts look at the direction Iran-Saudi ties will take after Abdullah and different factors which may come into play.

Why did the US House speaker invite Israeli PM to Washington?

An invitation by the Republican speaker of the House to the Israeli prime minister to address a joint session of Congress without consulting the White House is a token of appreciation by Republicans to Israel.

How will it be after King Abdullah? (PART 1)

Following the Saudi King’s demise some Iranian analysts look at the direction Iran-Saudi ties will take after Abdullah and different factors which may come into play.

Iran calls for expansion of Saudi ties, felicitates new King Salman

Congratulating King Salman on his succession to the throne, President Rouhani has appealed for a boost in Tehran-Riyadh relations.

Iran mulls ‘special retaliation’ over Israel’s Golan attack: Commander

A senior commander of Iran's Revolution Guards says Israel should brace for "a special retaliation" for killing six Hezbollah members and an Iranian general in Syria.

Iran commiserates with Saudis on king’s passing

Iran has extended condolences to the Saudi government and nation on the passing of the country's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

Iran parliament speaker, Turkish president stress stronger mutual ties

Iran's Ali Larijani and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan have stressed the need for tapping into their existing potential and forging stronger cooperation on energy, transportation, trade and industry.

Zarif raps Israel’s killing of Iranian commander, Hezbollah members

Iran has slammed Israel’s killing of an Iranian commander and blasted the world’s selective treatment of terrorism and extremism as well as silence towards crimes against humanity and insulting religious sanctities.

Dialogue best solution to settle Yemen conflict: Larijani

Larijani said that Tehran will tap into all its potential to help establish lasting peace in Yemen.

Iran reiterates need for open dialog with Saudi Arabia

Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani said Tehran is ready to engage in frank dialog with Saudi Arabia.

Muslim nations must close ranks against Israel: Larijani

The top MP said the status quo in Syria is not in the interest of any country, calling for political efforts to restore stability to the conflict-stricken country.

Iran denounces acts of terror, blasphemy

President Rouhani has said that Iran condemns terror, violence and extremism under the pretext of defending religions and insults to religions in the name of defending freedom.

Attack on Hezbollah unveils Israel’s support for terrorism: Official

Shamkhani noted that the attack is part of Tel Aviv’s ploy to ensure its security by resorting to terrorism as a means to plunge regional countries into internal conflicts.

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