Iran has always enjoyed a melting pot of cultures over the course of its ancient history and civilization. This is evident in various areas such as its variety of dialects, clothing, lifestyles, and of course foods.
Sardar Saeid Montazer-Almahdi, top advisor to the Commander of the Iranian Police Force, has said: “We will soon see fundamental developments in police electronic services using artificial intelligence.”
Arash is a small Iranian boy who could speak three languages fluently at the age of two. He is now six and can solve physics and chemistry problems with the help of the internet. He is a little genius, but despite his father’s efforts, he has not been very welcomed. And yet, a number of credible schools in the Netherlands, Finland, and Japan are looking to train Arash.
US sanctions against Iran are now affecting the sick here. Whilst Donald Trump and other US officials claim that American sanctions are not against the Iranian people, drug imports to this country are facing hurdles.
Speaking about the incident which took place in Karbala in 61 AH is as thought-provoking and saddening as it seems difficult and impossible. Many things have been said about it and more remained to be told. Without banking on ethnic and religious interests, history is enough to show that unrightful killing of Imam Hossein (AS) in that desert has turned into an epic through times and all the details of a full-blown epical narration have been applied to this bloody incident.
Mourning for the third Shiite Imam (AS) has rapidly evolved into a powerful popular institution in Iranian society since the rule of Safavid dynasty. As with every established institution, it has its own unique arrangements and forms.
The 60 AH uprising of Imam Hossein (AS) against the corrupt and tyrannical rule of Yazid bin Muaaviyeh and the martyrdom of the Imam and his disciples in Karbala have sparked a variety of debates in the course of history. Numerous books have been written on the uprising and its root causes. Over the centuries, the incident has affected people’s lives and become one of their fundamental beliefs and traditions, which adds to its sensitivity.
An EU spokesperson has pointed to the compact agenda of Federica Mogherini, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, saying she will probably be unable to fit the anti-Iran summit in Poland in her work schedule.
According to finds by Iranian researchers, water levels in the Caspian Sea have dropped in recent years and the effluent of pollutants and agricultural and urban wastewaters into the Sea has increased its organic load and decreased oxygen levels. This will transform the Caspian Sea in the deeper parts into a dead environment.
Former Iranian Ambassador to China believes: “A turnover of directors and change of regulations in Iran means that Beijing will not make long-term plans to work with Tehran. It is against this backdrop that large state-owned Chinese companies have left Iran during the sanctions period.”
A reformist Iranian political analyst believes: “Tensions are likely to reoccur due to economic problems created by sanctions, but the only way out of the existing crisis and bridging the gap between the people and the government is to accept that the problem exists and make some reforms from inside the system.”
Iran’s Ambassador to Switzerland Mohammad Reza Haji Karim Jabbari on Monday appreciated the Swiss Iranologist Professor Johann Christoph Burgel for his outstanding contributions to the Islamic and Iranian studies as well as his invaluable translations in the field of Persian language and history.
The Iranian foreign minister has condemned the continued detention of an Iranian female journalist in US jails, saying that the US government still violates human rights of black people, reports Mehr News.
Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said on Monday that Iran has always been seeking to establish peace and stability in the region, but it will never allow any country to build coalition against its interests in the region or outside.