The latest articles and opinion pieces by Mahmoud Askarieh, a veteran journalist since 1970s and the editor-in-chief and CEO of Iran Front Page (IFP News).
An Arab news website says the US President’s bid to halt Iran’s oil exports are mainly aimed at salvaging Saudi Arabia’s sluggish economy.
An Iranian political analyst has warned that children with a sense of revenge are likely to be born if terrorism is not uprooted.
A remarkable point made by Lebanese PM Hariri on Saturday was his fear of being assassinated like his father. But the mystery is, who has scared off Hariri: Hassan Nasrallah or Bin Salman?!
Iraq’s ongoing negotiations with Iran over the Arvand Rud, the river that serves as part of the natural border between the two states, are particularly significant as the river plays a key role in the Arab country’s territorial integrity.
Saudi Arabia will not need the terrorists’ backyard anymore. In the new situation, the older brother needs a victim, whose name is Qatar. The mantle of radical Islam fits Qatar gracefully and it could help Saudi Arabia get rid of the heavy charge that it is the source of terrorism.
The recent anti-Iran remarks made by the Israeli PM in his meeting with the Russian president indicate Tel Aviv’s latest plot to portray Iran as a historically anti-Semitic nation.
Almost two months to Turkey referendum on boosting presidential powers, fear and anxiety have already spread among the supporters of democracy who find the future of Turkey at stake, as the reform to be adopted by the vote may mark the beginning of a dictatorship.
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?
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.