When the shelf life of radicalism expires, it will lose steam, says Mohammad Bagher Khorramshad, a political science professor.
A senior Iranian official says terrorist threats across the world are the outcome of wrong policies pursued by certain Western countries and their ME allies.
Iran’s minority Assyrians harshly condemn the West’s silence vis-à-vis the ISIL terrorist group’s atrocities against Christian Assyrians.
Tehran has rejected remarks by the US top diplomat who accused Iran of intervening in Yemen, saying Iran respects the right of nations to determine their fate.
The parliament speaker has said that Iran’s defensive power is to safeguard the country and the region against foreign military powers.
The Expediency Council chairman says the issues between Iran and Saudi Arabia should be addressed and the two countries should return to where they were.
Acts of terror are being perpetrated in the name of Islam and Muslims; the inhumane acts of ISIL terrorists have nothing to do with Islam, said President Rouhani.
Etemad daily has conducted an interview with former Afghan President Hamid Karzai about his years in office and the government that has replaced his.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has invited Jews in Europe to migrate to occupied Palestine following a gun attack on a synagogue in central Copenhagen.
President Rouhani has called in a message for global action to address the root causes of violence and hatred toward religion.
A former Pakistan general says the US has not killed Bin Laden; rather the terror mastermind has died of natural causes.
An expert with the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies has said by underlining Muslim unity [the late] Imam Khomeini turned Iran into a regional heavyweight.
Iranian Ambassador to Turkmenistan Mohammad Muosa Golpayegani has rejected reports that Turkmen maritime police have recently killed an Iranian fisherman.
The secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council has said for the first time since the revolution that we use simple language to develop mutual understanding with the world.
The minister of culture and Islamic guidance and the president Rouhani’s chief of staff attended an opening ceremony of a poster exhibition dubbed “World Free of Violence”.
“Considering the institutional capabilities of the United Nations, I tend to remain hopeful that the UN and its capacity and mechanisms can be brought to bear” on such an important issue, Zarif said.
An expert in Saudi affairs has said that a bleak future lies ahead for Saudi Arabia and Iran-Saudi relations are not expected to take a positive turn soon.
The International Monetary Fund has said in its latest report that Iran is the second biggest economy in the Middle East, North Africa, and Central Asia.