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  • Iran NAvy Force 2023-05-22 21:33

    By Mohammad Sarfi Editor-in-Chief

    Iranian gunboat diplomacy

    "An aircraft carrier is 100,000 tons of diplomacy," said Henry Kissinger, about half a century ago during his tenure as US Secretary of State. The roots of this phrase date back to the nineteenth century, when Western colonial powers used a special method to secure their colonial interests.

  • Greedy American officials 2023-05-19 21:32

    By Martin Love

    Greed is the downfall of Western and U.S. power…

    The rare word “pleonexia” comes to mind. It means, simply, a psychiatric ailment of excessive, overweening greed that dominates the afflicted and determines most of what they are about, even as so-called “public servants” in government and who in fact rarely serve anyone but themselves. 

  • Coronation of King Charles III 2023-05-06 22:35

    By Sadra Torabi

    Absurd Theatre

    The very expensive coronation of Charles III held with the opposition shouting "Not My King"

    TEHRAN – On Saturday, the 74-year-old man was anointed and crowned. Charles III, the longest-serving monarch-in-waiting in British history, finally ascended to the throne after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

  • Terrorism 2023-05-03 22:52

    Why a terrorist group can never condemn a terrorist regime?

    By Habilian Association Staff Writers

    The issue of Palestine has always been a hot topic in countries of the region. Over 7 decades have elapsed since the occupation of Palestinian lands by the Israeli regime. Meanwhile, the regime’s violence against the natives of the land, slaughtering them and expelling a significant number of them from their hometown to neighboring or other foreign countries have drawn the attention of the public opinion as well as human rights activists all over the world. Besides arousing humanitarian objections, Israel’s measures against Palestinian people have always led to the issuance of a significant number of resolutions by the United Nations and the Security Council.

  • Syria-Iran 2023-05-03 21:59

    By Mohammad Sarfi

    Long live the resistance, Hail to victory

    TEHRAN- ​​​​​​​About ten years ago, when the sound of bullets from multi-national terrorists reached the vicinity of the presidential palace in Damascus, even the most optimistic people thought that Bashar al-Assad's reign had come to an end. Even his supporters believed that they should think about the post-Assad era. From America to European countries and often Arab leaders, they said Assad had to go.

  • Enemy - Friend 2023-04-30 11:30

    By Mohammad Sarfi

    Fateful "line"

    TEHRAN- A review of Ayatollah Khamenei's speeches over the past few decades shows that he has repeatedly emphasized the necessity of drawing a line with the enemy.

  • Chang Hua 2023-04-27 00:19

    By Chang Hua, Chinese Ambassador to Iran

    Taiwan question is the core of the core interests of China

    Lately, out of the sinister intention of interfering in China's internal affairs and plotting to use Taiwan to contain China, several countries have claimed that they oppose “changing the status quo with force” in the Taiwan Strait, accused China of challenging the so-called rules-based international order, and of disrupting peace and stability across the Strait.

  • General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan-Hemedti 2023-04-27 00:14

    By Mohammad Sarfi

    The price of betrayal to "The Three Noes of Khartoum"

    TEHRAN- After the six-day war between Arabs and Israel in 1967, Arab leaders gathered in Khartoum. The Arab League summit ended on September 1st with a seven-point resolution. This meeting and resolution became famous and historic because of its third point.

  • military industrial complex 2023-04-23 21:57

    By Martin Love

    The U.S. is on a suicide mission…

    The U.S. may be self-destructing in front of the world. This may be a good thing and no one will be blamed for it except Joe Biden and the Presidents and administrations that came before him after Ronald Reagan, each with their own miserable moves and policies after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.

  • Ayatollah Khamenei 2023-04-23 21:16

    By Mohammad Sarfi

    A strategy for victory

    TEHRAN- An Iranian proverb states: "The well must have its own water." This means that if something does not have the capability, positive change cannot be imposed on it by external factors.

  • Holocaust 2023-04-19 23:09

    By Dr. Sabir Abu Maryam

    Holocaust: The Zionist myth

    The Holocaust refers to those people belonging to the Jewish religion, about whom the Zionists have propagated to the world on the basis of lies and deception that they were brutally murdered by the German Nazis between the years 1933 and 1945.

  • boys go to Baghdad, real men go to Tehran 2023/04/19

    By Mohammad Sarfi

    They had plan, but not "real men"

    TEHRAN- Ayatollah Khamenei, in a meeting with high-ranking military commanders two days ago, referred to the US's violations after the September 11 attacks and their invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, stating that the main target of these attacks on Iran's eastern and western neighbors was the Islamic Republic. 

  • Al-Quds Day 2023-04-17 20:32

    By Sabir Abu Maryam Sec. Gen. of PLF

    Al-Quds Day is the guarantor of Palestine's freedom

    The last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan is observed worldwide as the day of the liberation of al-Quds Sharif.  People all over the world come out in favor of the oppressed Palestinian people on this day and assure their support by protesting against the Zionist illegitimate state of Israel and its occupation on the First Qibla, including Palestine.

  • Ali Akbar Salehi and Mehdi Zare 2023/04/14

    By Prof. Ali Akbar Salehi and Prof. Mehdi Zare

    Lessons from recent quakes in Turkey and Syria: the importance of science and technology

    The terrible scenes of earthquake damage and the loss of tens of thousands of people in the earthquakes of 6 February 2023 in southern Turkey and northern Syria are a reminder that earthquakes are still the deadliest type of natural disaster in the world.

  • Mojtaba Rezakhah 2023-04-09 13:46

    By Mojtaba Rezakhah

    Iran’s peaceful and tolerant approach has seldom been returned in kind

    Iran ready to help other nations to demand equal share of power

    TEHRAN- “People are of two groups. They are either your brothers in faith, or your equals in humanity.” 

  • Ukraine first, Iranian diaspora second and Dutch people maybe the last! 2023-03-18 21:55

    By Ehsan Etesam

    Ukraine first, Iranian diaspora second and Dutch people maybe the last!

    TEHRAN – Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte along with some other officials of the country, including Minster of Justice and some members of the Parliament, had a meeting on March 16 with one of the most infamous Iranian diaspora members, Masumeh Alinejad Qomi Kollaei, aka Masih Alinejad, and made some remarks in regards to recent events in Iran.

  • Ibrahim al-Nabulsi 2023-03-18 05:21

    By Mohammad Mohsen Fayezi

    Generation Z Palestine

    TEHRAN- Generation after generation, Palestine follows a path that seems to be predetermined for it, a destiny of support and betrayal, defeat and victory, politics and opportunities, leaders and legends.

  • Ibrahim Nablusi 2023-03-18 05:16

    By Hadis Hosseini

    vengeful lion

    TEHRAN- Who are Palestinians? They are heroes who die young and rise to fame quickly. Although sometimes their achievements go unnoticed, they never give up and continue on their path. One of these heroes was Ibrahim al-Nabulsi, who was as brave as a lion and martyred at the age of 18.

  • Iran - Saudi Arabia 2023-03-14 21:57

    By Batoul Sbeity

    Indicators of where the Chinese brokered Iranian-Saudi Arabian deal is heading

    The Chinese brokered deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia to resume diplomatic ties holds the prospect of the U.S. coming to a point of recognition of the regional power balance, that has been shifting in favour of the resistance axis in West Asia, spearheaded by Iran, for a long time now. This deal may therefore be the preliminary introduction to a larger deal pertaining to U.S.-Iranian relations through the nuclear negotiations.

  • How has liberal capitalism contributed to the collapse of the family institution? 2023-03-07 15:54

    By Mahdyeh Saeedi

    How has liberal capitalism contributed to the collapse of the family institution?

    The formation of the "Women's Liberation Movement" in the West has often been used to promote the superiority of the capitalist system as a symbol of developed Western society based on liberal values.

  • Israel 2023-03-01 19:08

    By Martin Love

    Someday a day of reckoning for cruelties…

    The Zionists think they are winning. They are not. They continue to push their violence in Palestine too far. They are despised worldwide. It’s one thing to be an idiot, but quite another to be a violent idiot. I remember a morning well years ago.

  • Hossein Askari 2023/03/01

    By Professor Hossein Askari

    Sanctions are an instrument of death, destruction and global rift

    Let me cut to the chase, sanctions can end up being more harmful than your average war: they can involve many more countries than two parties to an armed conflict; cause more human suffering and last much longer; inflict more widespread economic loss, impede economic and human recovery; leave more hatred in their wake; and yes, sanctions have hardly ever achieved their intended goal. So what’s so good about sanctions?

  • Guardian Council spokesman Abbasali Kadkhodaei 2023/02/27

    By Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei

    Legitimate presence

    International legal scholarship has strongly emphasized the legality of intervention. According to a famous dictum by the International Court of Justice in 1986, it is believed that if valid consent is given by a representative and a still effective government, intervention by invitation is always legal and there is no prohibition of invited intervention.[1]

  • Raisi, 2023-02-26 22:35

    By Adkhamjon Janobiddinov

    Uzbekistan–Iran relations: Historical ties and modern cooperation

    Since ancient times, Persia and the countries in the area of modern Uzbekistan had diplomatic relations in terms of trade, economy, and many other important factors.

  • Shahab Esfandiary 2023-02-25 22:02

    By Shahab Esfandiary

    Stoning Iran: Examining western media's disinformation campaigns against Iran

    TEHRAN- A few years ago, I co-authored a chapter titled 'Stoning Iran: Strategic Narratives, Moral Authority and the Reporting of a Stoning Sentence' in a collection of essays published by I.B Tauris with the title 'Reporting the Middle East' (2017).

  • Japanese Americans 2023-02-19 23:24

    By Sara Atta

    Commemoration of unjust incarceration of Japanese Americans

    TEHRAN – 81 years ago, the U.S. president issued an executive order ordering more than 100,000 Japanese who were considered a threat to the country's national security to be detained and sent to internment camps.

  • Wikileaks 2023-02-18 23:49

    By Sara Atta

    Wikileaks: Leaks of US secret documents that shook the world

    TEHRAN – On February 18, 2010, WikiLeaks published a leaked diplomatic cable provided by Chelsea Manning who provided the website with hundreds of thousands of classified documents in what was believed to be the largest unauthorized release of state secrets in US history.

  • J. Michael Springmann 2023-02-11 23:28

    By J. Michael Springmann

    Washington DC gun laws apply only to citizens—not criminals

    Background.  Like most medium to large American cities, Washington, D.C., i.e. the State of Confusion, is “governed” by Democrats who have failed every city they govern in terms of criminal activity and heinous crimes.

  • China's economy 2023-02-07 19:46

    By Fu Lihua

    China's economy continues to be a growth engine for the world economy

    Currently, the world economy is facing many challenges. High inflation, rising interest rates, shrinking demand, and weakening expectations, combined with the continued impact of the pandemic, have cast a shadow over global economic growth.

  • Hossein Askari 2023-01-30 12:11

    George Washington University must be held accountable for taking advantage of the generosity of Iran

    This is a brief story of a gift from the Ministry of Higher Education of Iran to the George Washington University (GW) in 1974, which inexplicably evaporated into thin air some 45 years later in 2019 and then miraculously reappeared in 2022.