Iran is dangerous—but Saudi Arabia is even worse
Each act of incitement, however, including Saudi Arabia's allegedly deliberate targeting of the Iranian embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, is further indication of Riyadh's desperation to demonize Tehran in the court of world opinion. It is an exercise in ...
US eyes Saudi-Iran feud for impact on oil
Why the Fight Between Iran and Saudi Arabia Isn't About Religion
Iran: Saudi Arabia Must Choose Between Hatred or Stability
Wall Street Journal
Nuclear Deal Fuels Iran's Hard-Liners
Wall Street Journal
The Obama administration's nuclear deal was intended to keep Iran from pursuing an atomic bomb, and raised hope in the West that Tehran would be nudged toward a more moderate path. But there are growing fears in Washington and Europe that the ...
Iran Offers A Rare Peek At An Underground 'Missile City'
Barack Obama's appeasment has encouraged Iran's intense aggression
Iran's missile tests are spurring calls from Congress for more sanctions
New York Times
Ashraf Pahlavi, Twin Sister of Iran's Last Shah, Dies at 96
New York Times
Ashraf Pahlavi, the twin sister of the last shah of Iran, known equally for her work with the United Nations on behalf of women's causes and her opulent lifestyle, died on Thursday at her home. She was 96.
Princess Ashraf Pahlavi dies at 96; twin sister of deposed shah of Iran
Ashraf Pahlavi, twin sister of Iran's late shah, dies at 96
Ashraf Pahlavi, Shah of Iran's twin, dead at 96
She left Iran at 14. Now she runs a multimillion-dollar U.S. firm
Oskouian, 52, was born in Iran, where it was customary for well-off families to send their children abroad for higher education. She was just 14 when she came to the United States in 1978. "I was a good student and very curious. I always wanted to ...
An Invitation for H.R. 158 Supporters: 'See You in Iran'
This bill restricts the Visa Waiver Program so that citizens of the 38 countries participating in the program with dual citizenship in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Sudan, and those who have visited these countries since March 2011, can no longer enter the U.S ...
News Executives Urge Kerry to Push Iran to Release Reporter
Executives from 25 news organizations, including The Associated Press, sent a letter Friday to Secretary of State John Kerry urging him to press Iran to release jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian. The letter said Iran should recognize that ...
News giants call on Iran to free American journalist
'All my inspiration is from my longing for Iran'
Born in a family of theatre artistes, actors, and writers, 32-year-old France-based Iranian actress Golshifteh Farahani began by training to be a musician. At the age of 14, a role in legendary director Dariush Mehrjui's The Pear Tree (1998) made her ...
Popular Iranian Poet Detained Upon Return To Iran
Hila Sedighi, a popular Iranian poet who had in the past criticized state repression and campaigned for an opposition presidential candidate, has been detained by authorities, relatives said. Sedighi was arrested January 7 at Tehran's Imam Khomeini ...
Iran lessons key for North Korea
Third, it required time to establish confidence building measures -- especially in Iran and the United States -- and a focus mainly on the technical aspects rather than the political differences to ease this process. And finally, the Iran deal required ...
With 1000 put to death in 2015, Iran one of top executioners
Said Boumedouha, deputy director of Amnesty International for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), said: “Iran's staggering execution toll for the first half of 2015 paints a sinister picture of the machinery of the state carrying out premeditated ...