Iran FM leaves Tehran to attend N-talk

Iran FM leaves Tehran to attend N-talk

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has left Tehran for New York to take part in a fresh round of negotiations with six major world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.

“U.S. is not after fighting with ISIL": Top cleric

“U.S. is not after fighting with ISIL": Top cleric

Speaking at a ceremony marking the beginning of the new academic year in the Islamic Seminary of Qom on Saturday night, Ayatollah Ja’far Sobhani discussed Takfirism and Mahdawiyah.

Iraq regrets Iran absence at ISIL forum

Iraq regrets Iran absence at ISIL forum

Iraq's Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari says he "regrets" that Iran has not been invited to an international conference in Paris to discuss the threat posed by the ISIL Takfiri militants.

Israeli premier calls for hike in military budget

Israeli premier calls for hike in military budget

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called for a hike in the military budget after Israel's recent onslaught on the besieged Gaza Strip.


'Iran taking N-transparency measures'

Iran has implemented three of the five transparency measures it had previously agreed to, Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano says.

East Ukraine offered limited self-rule

East Ukraine offered limited self-rule

The Kiev government has offered Ukraine's restive regions a limited self-rule as fresh clashes breakout in the areas.

Hezbollah Voices Opposition to Lebanon

Hezbollah Voices Opposition to Lebanon's Partnership in Anti-ISIL Coalition

The Lebanese resistance movement, Hezbollah, voiced its opposition to Lebanon's participation in the US-led coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.

Turkey mulling over

Turkey mulling over 'buffer zone' on southern border

Turkey's military is reportedly considering the possibility of establishing a “buffer zone” on the country's southern border.

British Muslims Fear ISIL Backlash

British Muslims Fear ISIL Backlash

The beheading of a third hostage by the so-called Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has sent shockwaves among British Muslims, who expressed fears of expected reprisal attacks against the peaceful ...


'West must lift all Iran sanctions'

A senior Iranian diplomat says the Western countries must lift all sanctions against Iran after Tehran and the P5+1 reach a comprehensive agreement over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program.

US war on ISIL: Barrel of volatile lies

There's nothing like a war and the bombing of a foreign bogeyman to unite Americans. Since President Barack Obama made his nationwide announcement last week of open-ended war to destroy the militant ISIS network in Iraq and Syria - a terror network covertly set up by the US in the first place - the ...

Will American people ever rise again?

Labor Day is a holiday that has outlived its time. Like Christmas, Labor Day has become a time-out period. As Christmas has become a shopping spree, Labor Day has become the last summer holiday.

IAEA: US, not Iran the problem

Over a period of 20 years, hundreds of weapons-grade nuclear “pits” were stolen from the US by high ranking government officials and handed out “like candy bars” as bribes, for making terror weapons and generating billions in revenue used to rig American elections.

Nigeria Muslims Urge Caution over Hijab Scare

Muslim scholars and analysts have expressed concern that purported decision of young Muslim girls in Nigeria’s northern state of Kano to dump head covering could be as a result of "needless and unprofessional profiling" by security agents and non-Muslims alike.

US Muslim Convention Welcomes All Faiths

Hundreds of Muslims from Midwest states have thronged to Peoria city in the Midwestern US state of Illinois to attend the 2014 Islamic Circle of North America (ICNA) Midwest convention, opening a window of peace to those wishing to learn more about tenets of Islam.

Mystical Whispers to be in print

A book by the late Founder of the Islamic Republic Imam Khomeini will be unveiled to mark the Imam’s demise anniversary.

Ancient Iran books offered to UNESCO

Iran has submitted six ancient linear treasures to the United Nations to be registered on the organization’s Memory of the World register list.

Arab World to Enjoy Nima Poems

A selection of poems by the late contemporary poet Nima Yushij has been rendered into Arabic and will be released in Arab countries.

Author Younan’s minimalist stories released

Iranian author Rasoul Younan has released his latest book—a collection of minimalist stories titled ‘Damn You, Pick Up the Phone! ‘.

ICFI to Represent Iran in Paris during Nowruz

Iran’s Cultural Fairs Institute(ICFI) will represent the Islamic Republic of Iran at Paris and Bologna Book Fairs during Nowruz.

No difference I find between Quran in Iran and the others

An Egyptian journalist who recently traveled to Iran released a report in one of Cairo newspapers and unmasked Islam’s enemies’ attempt in increasing dispersion and sedition among Muslims.

ISIL backed by US, Israel, KSA

President Obama has announced that 300 American “advisors” would be deployed to Iraq to answer the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group, the American trained and supplied Al Qaeda/Takfiri militant group unleashed on the people of Syria some years ago.

Iraqi army builds barricade around parts of Diyala

The Iraqi army has built a barricade around parts of the country’s Diyala province to prevent Takfiri terrorists’ infiltration into the area.

Malawi Young Muslim Women Promote Hijab

Taking pride in their hijab, a group of Malawian young Muslim women has launched a new initiative to promote decency in the south African country and fight stereotyping and discrimination against girl

Ayatollah Araki’s trip to Lebanon at a glance

Head of the World Forum for Proximity of the Islamic Schools of Thought in his recent visit to Lebanon put accentuation on the leading factor of unity among Muslims from different Islamic denominations and sects.