In a recent interview with Mosallas weekly, Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani hailed the performance of President Hassan Rouhani and his administration, and predicted that he will likely be re-elected in the next year’s presidential elections, scheduled to be held in spring.
A university professor has said that the West created terrorist groups such as ISIS to stem the spread of Islam, but their measure boomeranged.
An Iranian sociologist blames the emergence of ISIS on the West’s failed paradigm, saying the Western civilization has suffered a paradigmatic failure and is undergoing a paradigmatic revolution.
An Iranian sociologist says that Saudi Arabia, Israel and ISIS are all organs of a body which has survived thanks to the paradigms of Pan-Arabism and Pan-Judaism, stressing that the Arba’een paradigm can introduce a replacement for the unsuccessful paradigms of the present.
A US-based Iranian lecturer has disputed the functionality of Iran’s policies on Saudi Arabia, saying that Tehran needs to adopt a better strategy in dealing with Riyadh.
The personal dispute between Obama and Netanyahu has prompted some to falsely believe that the US strategy has changed, says Pirooz Mojtahedzadeh.
Hadi Ajili, a professor of international relations, says US sanctions against Iran are viewed by some as being tactical and by others as strategic.
A look at how effective a role the National Library of Iran plays in turning moderation into a discourse.
In an interview, the Brazilian ambassador to Tehran said protest rallies in his country before and during the World Cup were a reflection of democracy and individual freedoms.