The latest news and views about Arab countries
An Iranian lawmaker maintains that negotiations between Iran and the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) will be in the interest of the entire region and reduce US presence in the Middle East.
A senior Iranian lawmaker says Kuwait is not keen to continue following up Saudi Arabia’s hostile policies towards Iran.
An Iranian lawmaker lashed out at the baseless claims made by the Chairman of Arab Parliament about Iran’s trio Persian Gulf islands, saying historical documents prove Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunb islands all belong to the Islamic Republic.
A former Egyptian official says the unfriendly approach that Cairo has adopted toward Tehran is due to pressure from certain Arab governments.
Iran has dismissed as groundless the recent claims made by the Emirati minister of state for foreign affairs about Tehran’s interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries.
Abdel Bari Atwan, the well-known Arab author and journalist, has taken a swipe at Arab leaders for remaining tight-lipped in the face of US President Trump’s executive order which bans nationals of seven Muslim majority countries from entering America.
A number of Iranian lawmakers have harshly criticized the recent move by the Arab League to establish a permanent anti-Iran committee, saying such moves are led by Saudi Arabia and aimed at organising their anti-Iran plots.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the power of the Islamic Republic of Iran is aimed at safeguarding the Middle East’s security and stability.
An Iranian lawmaker believes that Jordan’s support of terrorism is the reason behind the recent anti-Iran statements made by the Arab country’s new Foreign Minister.
An Iranian lawmaker says Iran has always been ready to support its neighbouring countries, and has based its foreign policy on regional cooperation.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman strongly denounced Bahraini Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa's "baseless" claims that a standing committee would be established in the Arab League against Iran.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced that the foreign ministers of France and Kuwait will pay official visits to Tehran in the coming days.
The first edition of Iran-Arab World Cultural Dialogue Conference will be held in Tehran and Mashhad.
Former Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammad al-Sabah al-Salem al-Sabah referred to the decreasing power of Western countries in the Middle East and highlighted the growing influence of such countries as Iran and Russia.
Some Arab media has referred to the recent resignation of Carlos Queiroz, the Portuguese coach of Iran national football team, as his “escape from Iran”. Now, after his return to Iran, what should be said?
A senior member of Iranian Parliament condemned certain Arab countries in the Middle East for hosting delegations from the Zionist regime of Israel.
The Monday night assassination of Russian Ambassador to Ankara, Andrey Karlov, has been followed by diverse reactions in Western and Arab media, some of which are quite surprising.
A senior analyst of British affairs says Iran is a ‘potential’ possibility for Britain, but the recent anti-Iran remarks made by British officials are mainly aimed at pleasing Arab states, which are considered as ‘actual’ targets for London.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday shrugged off recent allegations made by the (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC).
Iran says the Arab League must urge Saudi Arabia to put an end to its killing of civilians in Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Bahrain and supporting terrorist groups founded and nurtured by the Saudi regime itself.
Wiam Wahhab, a prominent Lebanese politician and the leader of the Lebanese Unification Movement (Arab Tawhid Party) referred to Iran’s influence in the Middle East as what “protects” the image of Arabs, stressing that Tehran is doing what Arab states have failed to do for themselves.