Bahraini court extends custody of human rights activist Nabeel Rajab

Following is an interview by English Radio correspondent Mehdi Geramifard with Christoph Hoerstel, government and business consultant based in Berlin-Germany about Bahraini court extending custody of Human Rights Activist Nabeel Rajab.

Wahhabis don't tolerate ulterior ideas

Announcement of death sentence for the prominent Shiite religious scholar Sheikh Nimr Baqer al-Nimr by the Saudi regime has sparked wrath across Islamic communities and human rights organs. After over two years of Sheikh Nimr’s detention, the Saudi judiciary sentenced him to death on charges of speaking against the regime …

Leader: Iran attaches importance to security and welfare of Iraq

The Leader of Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, in a meeting with the Iraqi Premier, Haidar al-Abadi, noted that Islamic Republic of Iran attaches importance to security, welfare, might, and honor of Iraq. In this meeting which was convened on Tuesday, the Leader of Islamic Revolution pointed out that …

Iran, 5+1 group determined to reach nuclear deal before deadline

Iran’s deputy foreign minister says none of the negotiating parties have any interest in extending the talks after the deadline. According to Iran Review website, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said, “Iran’s negotiations with the 5+1group in experts level will be held on Wednesday and Thursday in Vienna, and …

Iran Your Attractive Destination (140)

As a reminder, we became familiar with the geographical position and the nature of Baluchestan region. Today, we get to know Baluch people. Baluch people are broad-minded, honest, courageous, and hardworking. They are also highly resilient and patient, and lead simple lives. They are uniquely patient in the face of …

The United States, an Inside View (39)

The killing of another black teenager by the US police led to holding rallies in protest of the violent and discriminatory behavior of the security forces of the country. Although these rallies were not as wide as the case of Michael Brown, the demonstrators denounced discriminatory approach targeted mainly at …

This war is not aimed at ISIS, but at Assad

Dan Glazebrook is a political journalist and author of Divide and Ruin: The West’s Imperial Strategy in an Age of Crisis. He has recently penned an article entitled, ‘This War is Not Aimed at ISIS, But at Assad’. Excerpt of his article is as follows:

This was Gaza (4)

Production of electricity in recent decades has been one of the serious challenges in Gaza. Gaza has just one power plant which lost its fuel reserves in the recent Israeli attacks. Even when it was functioning, the power plant could not meet the need of Gaza Strip.