This day, 33 years ago, millions of people streamed into the streets of Tehran to bid a tearful adieu to the charismatic leader of the Islamic Revolution, the man who forever changed the course of history.
The emotionally-charged mourners almost took the casket from the guards as the cavalcade made its way to the sprawling Behesht e Zahra cemetery ...
However, the influence of this great religious, political and historical figure was not limited to Iran, and he was able to take decisive actions in the international arena. In fact, 33 years after the demise of this great man in the history of Iran and the Islamic world, Imam Khomeini's thoughts and ideas are still relevant in the international arena,...
They have done this notwithstanding the prohibition of taking life, liberty or property from any person – not just any American, but any person – in the Constitution each has sworn to uphold, and they have done so pursuant to secret rules that they themselves have established for these killings.
Amir-Abdollahian wrote in a note to the Russian news agency Sputnik on the eve of the visit of the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Moscow on Tuesday: ”The visit of the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, to Moscow at the official invitation of the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, will take place ...
As people around the world are celebrating Christmas, occupied Palestine, the birthplace of Christianity, remains under brutal Israeli apartheid. Meanwhile, the Israeli regime targets Western Christians with Zionist propaganda.
Millions of ardent lovers, in a demonstration of unfathomable love and devotion for their beloved, walk seamlessly and untiringly from one sacred city to another, day and night, braving inclement weather and ominous security threats.
The US has admitted killing ten Afghan civilians in its latest drone attack on Kabul defining that a "tragic mistake" while Americans already knew they had killed civilians and kept on lying merely to evade criticisms.
The city of Lid saw fierce clashes for the sixth consecutive day between Arab youth, Israeli settlers, and police, which started with a funeral procession of an Arab resident, Mousa Hassouneh, who was killed by an occupying Jewish settler on Wednesday.
The siege of Sarajevo is the most underrated event of the dissolution of former Yugoslavia. The correct term would be a process, because it was systematically planned, lasted for several years and is in fact mostly referred to as “the longest siege in modern warfare”.
Pope Francis's visit to the historical city of Ur in Iraq attracted enough media attention but what is the significance of Ur and why should it appeal to the leader of Catholic Church in his three-day visit to Iraq?