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  • Ishtiyaq Hussain Toori Yesterday 09:27

    By Ishtiyaq Hussain Toori

    Shias of Parachinar – victims of Takfiri terrorism and govt apathy

    Nestled high in a remote, mountainous region of Pakistan, not many people would have heard of Parachinar – described widely as the ‘heaven on earth’ for its scenic landscape. During the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan in 1970s, it was used by Americans and Saudis as training ground for militias fighting the Soviets. The same militias later gave birth to the Taliban.

  • Dogu Perinçek 2018-04-21 09:06

    By Dogu Perinçek

    We are with Syria against imperialist attacks

    We are with the Syrian Arab Republic, the Syrian Army, and the Syrian Nation; our brothers and neighbors. Our hearts beat with theirs. We support their heroic resistance against USA’s imperialism from Turkey.

  • Mazhar Hussain 2018-04-18 12:31

    By Mazhar Hussain

    Why Americans in Pakistan have license to kill?

    ISLAMABAD - Last week, a 22-year-old Pakistani man was killed by an American diplomat in Islamabad. It was a cold-blooded murder but since the victim was a Pakistani and the perpetrator was an American, it did not draw anger or outrage outside Pakistan.

  • Yuram Abdullah Weiler 2018-04-17 10:12

    By Yuram Abdullah Weiler

    Locked, loaded and lost: an arrogant autocrat’s abortive surgical strike on Syria

    “It’s not the cigar, stupid. It’s the cruise missiles launched to cover the shame.” — Christopher Hitchens

  • بازار دلار 2018-04-15 21:01

    By Mehrnoosh Aryanpour

    Dollars for…donuts: when the craze for FX simply gets out of control

    The other week’s slide in the rial to a new record low, posted as 56,800 per dollar, according to the Financial Tribune last week, shows just how maniacal the market’s thirst for hard currency has become. But instead of following the herd and asking, “where can I get some dollars to hoard?”, the better questions to ask are instead:

  • Stephen Lendman 2018-04-14 12:28

    By Stephen Lendman

    Douma, false flag may ignite WW III

    Trump’s war cabinet policy toward developments in Douma, Syria may ignite an uncontrollable firestorm - risking WW III.

  • Jack Perry 2018-04-11 17:58

    We might be on the brink of World War 3

    As I write this, the United States is on the brink of war. Indeed, the entire world may be on the brink of the Third World War but is too distracted by mindless entertainment to see it.

  • career development 2018/04/11

    By Sadaf Abbassi, M.A student of career counseling

    Networking: A path to career development

    Rostam, (the famous Iranian legendary hero created by Ferdowsi in his epic poem Shahnameh), had to carry out seven labors , but what if he would be able to skip all the labors by only taking out a visiting card and making a phone call?

  • عبدالله شهبازی 2018-04-10 09:52

    By Abdollah Shahbazi

    Trump’s Mid-East policy with Bolton’s appointment

    TEHRAN - Friday, April 6 was the last working day for General H.R. McMaster as the White House national security advisor, and on Monday John Bolton taken over the helm of the position.

  •  Mohammed Baqir AL Sadr and his sister 2018-04-10 08:54

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    The ninth of April, the martyrdom of the Sadrs

    BEIRUT - On the 38th martyrdom anniversary of Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir AL Sadr and his sister Sayedah Amina Al-Sadr [Known for Bent Al Huda], on 9 April 1980. Remarkably enough, the same date marks Saddam’s Baathist regime collapse, following the American invasion of Iraq in 2003.

  • Osman Faruk Loğoğlu 2018-04-09 09:58

    By Osman Faruk Logoglu

    Trump expects Turkey to side U.S. aggressive policy toward Iran

    The erratic and unending changes in the administration by President Trump reflect first and foremost his unique conception of the Presidency.

  • By Seyed Amin Saneey Mehri 2018-04-07 10:53

    By Seyed Amin Saneey Mehri

    Noruz, manifestation of culture of peace, friendship among societies

    Regardless of the fact that Noruz (Iranian New Year falling on March 21) has its origins in the ancient Persia (Iran), nowadays it is respected and celebrated in many countries, and is considered as a symbol of peace and friendship.

  •  Sarbaz Roohulla Rezvi    2018-04-04 11:55

    Sarbaz Roohulla Rezvi

    India and policy of recycling militants in Kashmir

    TEHRAN - Just a couple of days after the brutal killing of 17 Palestinian in land day – 30th March - at Gaza border, 17 Kashmiri people lost their lives during different encounters in south of the valley; 13 of them militants and 4 civilians. The encounters costed 3 army personnel for Indian army as well.

  • تیم ملی فوتبال ایران 2018-03-23 04:36

    By Engin Firat

    Team Melli will make Iranians proud in World Cup

    We all hope the best for Team Melli, but the Reality shows that according to World rankings, Group B is considered the hardest group in World Cup 2018 held in Russia.

  • Social Media 2018-03-22 03:07

    By: Emir Eksioglu

    Stop Making Stupid People Famous

    Today's communication technology provides an environment where users can share their thoughts and works of art either instantaneously or retrospectively.

  • Syria’s Ghouta  2018-03-22 03:02

    By Javeed Ali

    How it happened in Syria?

    East Ghouta, the countryside of capital Damascus, which is being held by multiple terror groups since 2012 has become the talk of all media outlets these days.

  • new Cold War 2018-03-17 13:15

    By Abdollah Shahbazi

    Is the world moving towards a new Cold War?

    TEHRAN - Developments in the Trump administration including the appointments of radical figures who severely criticize Iran has coincided with the anti-Russia and anti-Putin propaganda on steroids from the United States and United Kingdom.

  • Mike Pompeo 2018-03-16 13:00

    By Mahdi Zolfaqari

    Who is Mike Pompeo and how will he address Iran?

    TEHRAN - U.S. President Donald Trump fired his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday with a Tweet, as Tillerson was returning to Washington from a week-long trip in Africa assuming that he was still holding the position.

  • al-Qaeda 2018-03-14 12:46

    By Uran Botobekov

    New ideological tactics of Al-Qaeda to revive its power

    According to American intelligence agencies, in the recent six months the influx of new recruits from post-Soviet states of Eurasia to Syria, who want to fight for the establishment of the Caliphate, has significantly reduced. It has occurred after the fall of the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and also after a significant weakening of positions of the jihadist group Hay’at Tahrir Al –Sham associated with al-Qaeda.

  • White Helmet 2018-03-11 12:22

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    The White Helmet Myth: A soft war propaganda

    BEIRUT - The White Helmets are repetitively described as volunteers and relentlessly depicted as heroes in the war zone. A suspicious Organisation backed by the British Government, known US regime change facilitators USAID, the US and NATO-backed ‘Syrian National Council’, a parallel government, which these pillars claim to represent the Syrian opposition.

  • Jack Perry 2018-03-06 19:25

    By Jack Perry

    The truth about life in the United States

    People in other countries sometimes wonder what it's like to live in the United States. And you can't really get the truth of daily life here from what you see on television and movies made by the United States.

  •  Afghanistan 2018-03-06 09:53

    By Syed Zafar Mehdi

    For peace in Afghanistan, talk to Afghans

    Quite clearly, the beleaguered ‘national unity government’ in Kabul, which has faced blistering criticism at home and abroad for failing to stem violence, has run out of options and is desperately trying to woo the Taliban to end what President Ghani has often termed as ‘imposed war’.

  • Jack Perry 2018-03-04 11:03

    By Jack Perry

    The deadliest nation on earth

    People around the world are shocked that the same weapon that has been used in nearly every mass murder event in the United States remains legal to purchase today after the last event in which 17 kids were shot and killed by a gunman using this weapon.

  • مصاحبه با دکتر مسعود اسدالهی کارشناس مسایل خاورمیانه 2018-03-02 20:11

    By: Masoud Asadollahi

    Truths behind Afrin and Eastern Ghouta

    In recent weeks, the security conditions in two regions of Afrin a city in northern Syria, and the Eastern Ghouta, in close proximity to Damascus, are turning into worsening crises.

  • Raouf Sheibani 2018-02-24 10:38

    Former Iranian ambassador in Syria:

    Nujaba's important role on failure of U.S. plan for overthrowing Syrian government

    Explaining the causes of the bill proposed by the US Congress imposing sanctions on al-Nujaba Islamic Resistance, "Raouf Sheibani” said: The Resistance Axis groups, including Hezbollah al-Nujaba, prevented form and challenged the American-Zionist plan of overthrowing the Syrian government.‌

  • European officials 2018-02-24 09:43

    Hanif Ghafari

    Why EU is worried?

    TEHRAN - European officials continue to worry about their political future. The social, political, economic and security developments in Europe show that the European Union is not in a good position. This has caused European officials and many experts and analysts to warn Europe's issues about the future. A future whose signs are now visible.

  • America’s love affair with guns 2018-02-23 19:54

    By Pegah Golpira

    America’s love affair with guns

    INDIANA - The eighteenth school mass shooting of 2018 in America occurred in Parkland, Florida, only a few days ago, leaving 17 people dead.

  •  Nabeel Rajab 2018-02-23 10:52

    By Sondoss Al Asaad

    Nabeel Rajab: The voice of the voiceless

    BEIRUT - Nabeel Rajab, a Bahraini prominent human rights advocate, is serving a pre-trail detention for exercising his right to freedom of expression, amid the international calls to immediately and unconditionally release him. The Bahraini authorities detained Rajab in relation to his activism, and to statements he post on twitter. Rajab had been found guilty of ‘spreading rumours and untruthful information’ against the Bahraini government in TV interviews.

  • Mehrnoosh Aryanpour 2018/02/12

    By Mehrnoosh Aryanpour

    What an 'Impossibility Clause' can make possible

    Ensuring business continuity for Iranian joint venture projects with foreigners under changing international sanctions regimes is the question.

  • Martin Love 2018/02/12

    By Martin Love

    Pence and the troubling prospect he is

    I enjoy a number of news sources about Iran here in the US. This is the wonder of the Internet.