The latest news and views about the peaceful coexistence of followers of various religions
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has sent a message to the 11th World Zoroastrian Congress, expressing hope the meeting could help spread the message of divine religions the world badly needs.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has dismissed as untrue and politically-motivated the latest report by the US State Department about religious freedoms in Iran.
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has lauded the peaceful coexistence of Shiite and Sunni Muslims in Iran, describing them as a role model for all Muslims in the world.
Christians and Muslims get together in Christian New Year celebrations in Iran in a show of solidarity and rapport between followers of the two religions.
The First Round of Religious Dialogues between Islam and Hinduism was recently held at the International Centre of India in New Delhi.
A Christian priest from Britain has translated 169 sermons by Imam Ali (AS), the son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), into English.
Iran will be hosting an international diplomacy of unity conference in October, 2017, with solidarity in the Muslim world high on the agenda.
Each year from June 14–18, thousands of Zoroastrians from Iran, India and other countries flock to an ancient fire temple at Pir-e Sabz or Chak Chak village in central Iran.
Nora Airisian, who represents Armenians in the Syrian parliament, says the Armenian community living in Iran are proud of their peaceful coexistence with Iranians.
An Armenian priest has lauded the achievements of the Islamic Revolution of Iran (1979) and its founder and leader Imam Khomeini, saying they brought us the gift of freedom.
While Christians are celebrating Christmas and the New Year throughout the world, an Iranian charity has been raising funds to provide aid packages for poor Armenians living in Iran.
The only Christian family of Abadan, a city in southwestern Iran, enjoyed the companionship of their Muslim fellow citizens during the Christmas Day.
Iranian people’s happiness with their participation in a traditional ceremony, irrespective of their religious beliefs, has played a major role in helping Christmas business thrive in Iran during the days leading to Christian New Year.
The Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Tehran Ramzi Garmou hailed Iran’s peace and security in a region engulfed by war and insecurity, saying that Christians have a peaceful life in the country.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani offered his congratulation to Pope Francis and world leaders on Christmas and the new Christian year, expressing hope that the world would see peace and justice in 2018.
A few hundred Iraqi Christians flocked on Saturday to Bartella, a northern town recently retaken from the ISIS terrorist group, to celebrate Christmas for the first time since 2013.
Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Hossein Baqeri in separate messages congratulated his Christian counterparts on the birthday anniversary of Jesus Christ and the beginning of the new Christian year.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at those who slaughter innocent people in the name of Islam, and warned against plots to infiltrate into the minds of young Muslims and recruit them into extremist groups.
In a meeting with an Iranian delegation in the Vatican City, Pope Francis, the leader of world’s Catholics, praised the Iranian culture.
In a recent letter, senior Iranian cleric Grand Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi thanked Pope Francis for his remarks in defence of Islam.
Qara Kelisa or St. Thaddeus Complex in Chaldoran, northwest of Iran, hosted the annual religious ceremony of Armenians known as Badarak.