Seyyed Hossein Mousavian, a former Iranian diplomat and member of the country’s nuclear negotiating team, says if he was in Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s shoes, he would invite US President Donald Trump to visit Tehran and meet him along with senior Iranian General Qassem Soleimani.
If Saudi Arabia and the UAE are worried about Imran Khan's victory in Pakistani elections, then the concerns of the United States, Britain and other European countries are more serious; because this man is an ardent opponent of US regional policies, and condemns Israeli terrorism.
As the war of words has escalated between Tehran and Washington within the past few days, many experts believe that threats made by the US are largely aimed at distracting people from the case of Russian interference in US presidential election in 2016 and to increase economic pressure on Iran.
The Trump administration is engaged in intensive talks to persuade its European, Asian, and Middle Eastern allies to go along with US sanctions on Iran in a bid to increase pressure on Tehran, but it has yet to convince Turkey, a very important player in the region, to comply with its decision.
An Indian daily has written in an article that Iran is surprisingly different from what the West is trying to introduce to the world as part of its propaganda campaign.
An Iranian newspaper says the US aims to destroy the European Union, and Trump is the flag bearer of the collapse of the bloc.
The Europeans have reportedly put forward a ludicrous proposal on buying Iran’s crude oil as part of their efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal.
A leading Arab commentator says Saudi Arabia is planning to lay a siege on Iran, but it will definitely fail to do that even if supported by the US.
Analysts believe the US is unlikely to become strict with Iran before the by-elections of the US Congress in November given the dire consequences of a possible hike in oil prices.
A senior Iranian military official has underlined the need for closer cooperation between Tehran and Islamabad to ensure security and tranquility in the region, particularly the common borders.