The Jewish community in Iran has issued a statement to warn against polarization of the country and censure the recent riots erupted following the death of young Iranian woman Mahsa Amini while in police custody.
Regarding World Cup games where Iran national football team is present, Nasser Kanaani said in a press conference on Monday: Last week, the coordination meeting was attended by the Minister of Guidance, Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, the head of the National Olympic Committee, the head of the Football Federation and the deputies and general ...
Ebrahim Raisi, in a meeting with the presidents of the universities of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology on Saturday evening, considered the universities to be lively and dynamic centers that have been source of power for the country by generating science and promoting scientific capabilities and have defeated the enemies of Iran.
Iranian intelligence bodies have issued a statement on Friday to condemn the foreign spy agencies especially the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) for orchestrating and supporting the recent violence across Iran.
Kazem Gharibabadi on Saturday stated: "Due to the involvement and direct role of the United States in the recent riots, it was decided to file a law suit in the Tehran Court of Justice to determine the damages and issue the necessary verdict against this country. "
President Joe Biden said Friday he was “stunned” by how Iranians have reacted to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, saying the nation has been “awakened” by the women-led protests and won’t be quieted for “a long, long time.”
During the talks, Amir-Abdollahian strongly criticized meddlesome statements on Iran, saying, “The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Constitution considers peaceful protests to be a right of the people; however, these legitimate demands are completely separate from rioters and terrorists targeting Iran’s security and our people’s lives and property in an ...
Some Persian-language media abroad have turned into operations rooms and encouraged violence under the pretext of covering the news of the recent riots in Iran, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Kanaani, said in his weekly presser.