Los Angeles Times
Iran bans women's Zumba aerobics classes
Los Angeles Times
Iran has banned women from dancing, cycling, watching soccer matches, listening to certain music and now … Zumba. That's right. The Islamic Republic's Shiite leaders announced this week that, under religious law, the 17-year-old Colombian dance ...
Backlash from dance fans as Iran looks to ban 'un-Islamic' Zumba classes
Iran accuses Saudis of supporting terrorist groups
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has accused Saudi Arabia of supporting terrorist groups inside Iran, days after the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) group claimed attacks in Tehran. "We have intelligence ...
Iran Says Saudi Supports Militants on Its Turf After Attacks
Zarif Says Saudi Arabia Supports Terrorists In Western, Eastern Iran
Iran blames US for creation of Daesh, regional instability
Iran Says It Killed Mastermind Of Deadly Attacks On Parliament And Mausoleum
Iran says security forces have killed the "mastermind and main commander" of last week's attacks in Tehran that killed 17 people. ISIS had claimed responsibility for the violence at the parliament and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini ...
The Saudi-Iran War Comes to Washington
Will Iran Descend Into Chaos?
Iran's Khamenei blames US for regional instability
Why Iranian women are wearing white on Wednesdays
A new social media campaign against a law which forces women to wear a headscarf is gaining momentum in Iran. Using the hashtag #whitewednesday, citizens have been posting pictures and videos of themselves wearing white headscarves or pieces of ...
Iran blames US for creating ISIS amid worsening Middle East tensions
Al Thani reportedly hailed Iran as an "Islamic power" and criticized US President Donald Trump's policy towards Tehran. Qatar said the official news agency which reported the comments was hacked -- and on June 6, US officials told CNN that US ...
The US Controversy Over Qatar Is Really A Proxy War Over Obama's Iran Deal
Why Iran will emerge real winner in Qatar crisis
A look at Qatar's ties with Iran and Islamist groups
The Week Magazine
America is treating Iran disgracefully
The Week Magazine
The worst, of course, comes from President Trump, who responded to a terrorist attack in Iran by blaming it on them for their support of terrorism. But Senate Democrats, who voted overwhelmingly to impose additional sanctions on Iran, mainly to hit ...
Iranian women get on their bikes to defy cycling fatwa
An increasing number of women in Iran are getting on their bicycles to protest against a fatwa banning them from cycling in public. Hardline Iranian leaders believe women on bikes are a threat to morality and are strictly forbidden as a means of public ...
Iran maneuvers to capitalize on Qatar crisis
For over a decade, Iran-Saudi relations have seen many ups and downs, leading to Riyadh's severing ties with Tehran in January 2016, following the storming of Saudi diplomatic facilities in Iran after the execution of a prominent Saudi dissident Shiite ...
Iran secure passage to Russia 2018
The Straits Times
Iran forward Sardar Azmoun scoring the opener past Uzbekistan goalkeeper Aleksandr Lobanov. The three-time Asian champions are the second team to qualify for next year's World Cup Finals in Russia after Brazil.PHOTO: EUROPEAN PRESSPHOTO ...
Iran complete mission as Korea Republic, Japan stunned
World Cup 2018: Iran join Brazil in qualifying for next year's tournament
Iran's soccer team qualifies for 2018 World Cup
Russia-Iran sanctions bill heads toward vote with bipartisan backing
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday teed up a final vote as soon as this week on a bipartisan Iran sanctions bill that is also set to include a bipartisan agreement to boost penalties against the Russian government and make it more ...
Congress can agree on Iran and Russia sanctions, at least
Schumer happy Russian sanctions added to Iran bill