The latest news and views about extremism
Iran says real fight against terrorism begins with complete eradication of the Wahhabi ideology promoted by Saudi Arabia and its allies in the region.
Several people have lost their lives and suffered injuries after a number of terrorists opened fire on a military parade in the city of Ahvaz, southwest of Iran.
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has categorically condemned a White House statement that blamed Iran for the recent unrest in Iraq’s Basra, saying the arson attack on the Iranian consulate in the Iraqi city was a result of US support for extremists.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Tajik Ambassador to Tehran to convey Iran's strong protest over stances held by Dushanbe officials that falsely and unfoundedly accused the Islamic Republic for a terrorist attack in which some foreign cyclists were killed.
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.
Riyadh is trying to foment discord between Iran and Tajikistan as their cold ties will create favourable conditions for Saudi Arabia to turn the Central Asian state into a breeding ground for advocates of a radical interpretation of Islam.
The 32-years-old hair to the Saudi throne has contradicted his own account on the connection between the House of Saud and the Wahhabi ideology.
Iran’s defence minister says extremism in the Middle East is a result of the policies pursued by the United States and the Israeli regime.
Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman has confessed that Riyadh is spreading Wahhabism ideology in the region at the request of the west.
There are reports that extremist groups are involved in intense and suspicious activities on the eve of a trip to Pakistan by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
The BBC’s Persian TV service has adopted a dual policy regarding the extremists in Syria these days. The TV channel’s double-standard policy is so funny that every day it picks a new name for these people based on the benefits they bring for the Royal family of the UK.
Iranian top commander Qassem Soleimani has spoken of an eavesdropped conversation between ISIS elements which shows the deep infiltration of the Takfiri ideology into the minds of terrorists.
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday he will give Saudi Arabia a list of extremist organizations and ask them to cut their funding for the groups.
Secretary-General of the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening Ali Akbar Velayati said the enemies of Islam are trying to portray an “improper” and “dark” image of Islam resorting to Wahhabism, an ideology which promotes violence and ignorance.
A German teenager who had joined the ISIS terrorist group has explained how she managed to travel from Germany to Turkey and then to Syria and Iraq to fight for the terrorist group.
A political analyst says Washington is taking a big risk by promoting violence outside the US as it will finally impact the American citizens themselves.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says extremist groups are widening their presence in the Caucasia after being flushed out of Iraq and Syria.
A Saudi Wahhabi cleric famous for his alleged issuance of ‘sex jihad’ religious decree is reportedly involved in real estate business in Turkey these days.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zairf says the Islamic Republic is ready to cooperate with South Africa in various fields, particularly the fight against terrorism and extremism.
The reports that ISIS terrorists are teaching Saudi Arabia’s textbooks in their schools further prove the ideological commonalities between the two sides.
A report by the Henry Jackson Society indicates that foreign funding for extremism in Britain primarily comes from Saudi Arabia.
Addressing the ECFR 2017 in Berlin, Iranian foreign minister has noted Europe has the capability to help resolve the ongoing conflicts in the Persian Gulf region, as it did in the case of Iran nuclear deal.
The ISIS terrorist group has issued “passports to heaven” for its elements to encourage them to carry out suicide attacks.