Bahrain’s first arms fair held in Bahrain by British firm

Bahrain’s first arms fair held in Bahrain by British firm

Persian Gulf Arab state of Bahrain has hosted the first international arms fair as Manama ignored rights groups’ rebukes over Doha repressing the dissent and also its joining the Saudi-led coalition in ...

 
Guardian: WFP suspended Rohingya probe under Myanmar pressure

Guardian: WFP suspended Rohingya probe under Myanmar pressure

The Guardian report has unveiled that the UN World Food Program (WFP) has shelved an important report on worsening food crisis for Rohingya Muslims under the pressure imposed by the central government ...

 
S Korea is about to build smart cities in Iran

S Korea is about to build smart cities in Iran

"Ministry of Roads and Urban Development are to form a joint committee with the South Korean Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) on November 15," Iran’s Akhundi announced.

 
Jaberi Ansari, France special envoy sit at talks on Syria crisis

Jaberi Ansari, France special envoy sit at talks on Syria crisis

Iranian Deputy FM for Arab and African Affairs and France’s Special Envoy for Syria sat at talks on the latest developments in the Arab country.

 
Iraqi government warns Kurdistan not to halt crude oil flow

Iraqi government warns Kurdistan not to halt crude oil flow

Iraqi government has warned Kurdistan region government not to disrupt oil flow from Kirkuk as Kurdish authorities have reportedly reduced some 350’000 barrel oil production from two fields in northern ...

 
Trump calls total termination of Iran deal a ‘real possibility’

Trump calls total termination of Iran deal a ‘real possibility’

US President Donald Trump says the total termination of the 2015 nuclear deal with Iran is a ‘very real possibility’.

 
There will be no revision of the JCPOA agreement: Velayati

There will be no revision of the JCPOA agreement: Velayati

"Not only we won’t negotiate over the nuclear agreement inked in July 14, 2015, but also it won’t ever be recited," Iranian Leader’s Aide Ali Akbar Velayati stressed.

 
Abadi orders Iraq flag hoisted in Kirkuk, Kurdish regions

Abadi orders Iraq flag hoisted in Kirkuk, Kurdish regions

Iraqi Prime Minister, Haidar al Abadi, has ordered that the national flag of the country to be hoisted in Kirkuk and other Kurdish regions.

 
US violats JCPOA spirit: Khoshroo

US violats JCPOA spirit: Khoshroo

"US is the violator of JCPOA spirit," stressed Iran’s Permanent Representative to the UN in the the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly on nuclear weapon.

 
US loses chance to start a new constructive initiative towards Iran

US loses chance to start a new constructive initiative towards Iran

"US lost the opportunity to start a new constructive initiative towards Iran," Vice President Mohammad Nahavandian says.

 
 
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Shouldn't they recuse themselves when dealing with the Middle East? I spoke recently at a conference on America’s war party where afterwards an elderly gentleman came up to me and asked, “Why doesn’t anyone ever speak honestly about the six-hundred-pound gorilla in the room? Nobody has mentioned Israel ...

Israel’s segregation of own citizens inside Green Line

  The pending demolitions of Khan Al-Ahmar and Susiya, two Palestinian communities in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, along with the forced expulsion of their inhabitants, have been attracting international concern and protests. Similarly, the recent eviction of a Palestinian family to make ...

Bahrain and Israel, a friendship rising in a sea of hostility

After decades of staunch opposition to Zionism and unfettered support for the Palestinian cause, tiny Bahrain appears on the cusp of becoming the first Gulf state to normalize relations with Israel, with one diplomatic source stating an official announcement could be made next year.

Only two sides stands as to Raqqa – US sitting on wrong one

As the foreign power providing fertile ground for SDF in the Raqqa war, the United States government and its senior officialls should know that the military operation cannot have high civilian death tolls, and so much forbearance or false equivalence.

Human brain evolves to work in multiple tongues

Most people in the world speak more than one language, suggesting the human brain evolved to work in multiple tongues. If so, asks Gaia Vince, are those who speak only one language missing out?

 
“Shia Imams and Islamic Unity” published

Publication at Iran’s University of Religions and Denominations has published book on efforts by Shia Imams for cooperation and sympathy among Muslims and also strategies for realization of the objectives as well as threats against the objective.

Al Azhar publishes “Daesh, state of darkness”

Top Egyptian academy has published book with the theme of Daesh terrorist group in an attempt to introduce the Takfiri (excommunication) group to the European countries.

“Islamophobia in Hollywood” published

Iranian author sets Islamophobia in the western cinema as the theme for his latest book brining the list of movies and features for anti-Islam movies in the filmmaking hub of the west.

Persian version of “An Introduction to Salafi Discourse” published

Persian translation of the book on Salafism has been released in Iran to focus on new religious sects including some of the most important organizations affiliated with Salafism in the modern time.

“Psychotherapy and Councelling with Islamic Approach” published

Iran’s Samt Publication has released book on application of Islamic approach in psychotherapy.

 
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US behaviour rendering nuclear deal meaningless: Iran

"US behaviour rendering nuclear deal meaningless," pointed out Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a letter to EU foreign policy chief.

millions on their backs, few Euros in their hands

Morocco’s ‘cargo women’ carry goods worth millions of Euros on their backs.

MSF warns against nearing “health disaster” in Rohingya refugee camps

  Bangladesh refugee camps for Rohingya Muslims are on the brink of a "public health disaster," Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has warned, saying filthy water and faeces flow through shanties bursting with Rohingya Muslims who have fled violence in Myanmar. Nearly 430,000 Rohingyas ...

Dayr al-Zawr reviving after Daesh withdrawal

  Traffic is still rare in Syria's Dayr al-Zawr due to a fuel shortage, but life has slowly returned to its markets since government forces broke the siege of the city. Russian-backed government forces on September 5 ended the Islamic State group's three-year siege of a government ...

Diplomacy be damned in the time of Trump

In early August 2017, a young Arab prince bursting with confidence strode onto the Washington diplomatic stage. Khalid bin Salman, younger brother of the all-powerful Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had just been appointed his country’s ambassador to the United States.