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A collection of articles and opinion pieces by Iranian journalist Mojtaba Mousavi

“Iran Should React More Strongly to Netanyahu’s Threats”

Analysts believe Iran needs to show stronger reaction to the Israeli premier’s threats against the Islamic Republic.

Iran President’s Trip to India May Balance Delhi-Tel Aviv Ties

Experts believe Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s recent visit to New Delhi, which was made shortly after the Israeli premier’s trip to India, as well as the visit of the Indian prime minister to Israel, could balance India’s ties with the Zionist regime.
Iran Fully Prepared for US Withdrawal from JCPOA

Exclusive: Iran Fully Prepared for US Withdrawal from JCPOA

An informed source close to the Iranian foreign ministry says all relevant bodies in the Islamic Republic have received instructions on what to do in case the US president refuses to re-certify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal on January 12.

Who Did First Block Iranian People’s Access to Internet?

The global reactions to the temporary restriction of social media in Iran amid the recent unrest raises a serious question for Iranian people: if the freedom of Internet is so much important for other countries, why don’t we see any major reaction to the anti-Iran technology sanctions?
The Ugly Missile vs The Beautiful Missile

The Ugly Missile vs The Beautiful Missile

Washington has presented fabricated documents to prove Iran had supplied the missile fired by Yemen at Riyadh in response to the incessant Saudi airstrikes.
Barack Obama, Donald Trump

Why Iran’s Leader Thanked US President Trump

Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric, alongside Obama’s efforts to threaten and put Iran under pressure, not only didn’t make the Iranians retreat, but strengthened their national unity, solidarity and support for the ruling system.

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