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China's desire for close Iran ties unchanged, Xi says ahead of Saudi prince's visit
BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s desire to develop close ties with Iran will remain unchanged, regardless of the international situation, President Xi Jinping told the speaker of Iran’s parliament, ahead of Thursday’s visit to Beijing by Saudi Arabia’s crown prince.
Iran will not rule out possibility of military conflict with Israel
BERLIN (Reuters) - Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif accused Israel of engaging in “adventurism” with its bombing campaigns in Syria and said he could not rule out the possibility of a military conflict between the countries.
LGBT Magazine Calls Trump 'Racist' For Telling Iran to Stop Killing and Jailing Gays
You just can’t make this stuff up. Because in 2019, the truth really is stranger than fiction. Out Magazine, a pro-LGBT news publication that doubles as a gay advocacy platform, actually published a piece Wednesday claiming that it’s – stay with me here – “racist” for the Trump administration to pre
Iran should return to ancient teachings of Islam, a religion hijacked in 1979 by a dictatorial regime
Many experts on the Middle East never thought they’d see the day when the foreign ministers of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman and the United Arab Emirates would be sitting collegially with the prime minister of Israel.
Europe: Trying to Legitimize Iran's Regime
The leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, pictured in 1979. (Photo by Asadollah Chahriari/Keystone/Getty Images) "In looking to the future, Ayatollah Khomeini has spoken of his hopes to show the world what a genuine Islamic government can do on behalf of its people", wrot
America's openly gay German ambassador will lead global campaign against 71 countries where homosexual activity is a crime as Trump finds new ways to pressure Iran over human rights violations
The Trump administration will soon launch an initiative aiming to eliminate laws worldwide that criminalize homosexual activity. Although being gay or having gay sexual contact is punishable in more than one-third of the world's countries, human rights violations in Iran are the administrations main
Rouhani says Iran- U.S. tensions are at 'a maximum'
LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that tensions between Tehran and Washington were at “a maximum” rarely seen in the decades-long contentious relations of the two countries.
Ahead of Saudi visit, China seeks 'deeper trust' with Iran
BEIJING (Reuters) - China wants to deepen “strategic trust” with Iran, the Chinese government’s top diplomat told Iran’s foreign minister on Tuesday, days before Saudi Arabia’s crown prince visits Beijing, underscoring China’s difficult Middle East balancing act.
Why Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Is Irrelevant in Iran
2018 was a busy year for Iran’s former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who began a transformation from statesman to opposition leader. Ahmadinejad is trying to restore the popularity he lost during his second presidential term, especially following the Green Movement protests in 2009. The question is
The US went to Warsaw to flex its muscles on Iran — instead it showed how the world is getting fed up
Iran was the focus of a US-sponsored conference on the Middle East last week. But many European countries had little interest in joining the US in further isolating Tehran. That points to a growing disinterest in assenting to the US's foreign-policy whims, argues Paul Pillar.
Why would a US spy go to work for Iran? What we can learn from the incredible story of Monica Witt
As a former CIA station chief, I know that the men and women who serve in the military and civilian components of the U.S. intelligence community are loyal, dedicated and brave American patriots. Yet on extremely rare occasions, a few switch sides – betraying their country and colleagues to spy for
Iran's FM not ruling out war with Israel
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday accused Israel of engaging in “adventurism” with its bombing campaigns in Syria, saying he could not rule out the possibility of a military conflict between the countries.
Iran Says Suicide Bomber Who Hit Revolutionary Guards Was Pakistani
Iran said Tuesday that at least three Pakistani citizens were among the assailants responsible for killing 27 members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps on a bus last week, including the driver of the explosives-laden car that rammed the vehicle.
Iran Foreign Minister Says 'Human Rights Need To Be Respected'
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, a representative of the government that is widely regarded as the leading state sponsor of terrorism in the world, boasted that he was “a human rights professor" and that "human rights need to be respected."
Iran's Khamenei warns government about deception by Europeans
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Monday warned his country’s government not to be deceived by European countries that say they want to salvage the 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by U.S. President Donald Trump last year.
Muslim Air Force intel specialist who spied for Iran was “radicalized” at Georgetown University, which took $100 million from Muslim nations
This is no surprise. The radicalization of our nation’s colleges and universities continues apace. Hard-left, antisemitic propaganda has now been institutionalized in academia. The ugliest rhetoric is sanctioned under the guise of “free speech,” while courageous voices for freedom are blacklisted. M
Out Magazine writer accuses Trump administration of racism over global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality
President Donald Trump was accused of racism in an op-ed in Out Magazine on Tuesday after the administration announced a campaign to decriminalize homosexuality worldwide, after which the publication got a heap of criticism itself.
Pence Urges Unwilling Europeans to Back Iran Sanctions, Quit Iran Nuclear Deal
Vice President Mike Pence called on European nations on Feb. 16 to support U.S. sanction on Iran and to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. Yet major European players—prominently France, Germany, and Britain—appear unwilling to heed the call amid Europe’s financial entanglements with Iran.
Iran’s man grabs European spotlight with anti-Trump focus
MUNICH, Germany — The U.S. is trying desperately to isolate Iran, but on Sunday Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif seized the stage of the world’s premier security conference.
Saudi Arabia accuses Iran of supplying Al-Qaeda with weapons in Iran
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:45 A.M.) – The Saudi Coalition has accused the Islamic Republican of Iran of supplying the Al-Qaeda terrorist group with weapons in Yemen. According to a statement on Monday, the Saudi Coalition said that their allied fighters found Iranian-made weapons in the recently captured a