Important statement by the Supreme Leader of Iran
The Leader of the Islamic Revolution has said "It is an unforgivable mistake to think that economic problems are solely the result of sanctions and the solution solely is to kneel before the enemy and kiss the devil's hand."
Iran’s biggest enemy is the “water crisis”
A candidate of IR of Iran’s twelfth presidential elections, Seyed Mostafa Hasehmitaba was also the Minister of Industry and Vice President in the Hasehmi and Khatami cabinets. He believes that Iran’s biggest enemy today is its water crisis.
Saryazd historic fort (photos)
Saryazd is an important historic fort in Yazd Province, central Iran, dating back to Sassanid times.
Supreme Leader: The enemy wants to distort Iran’s image
At a meeting with Iran’s scientific elites, the Supreme Leader said the activities of tens of thousands of elites across Iran have been portraying a promising and realistic image of the country, stressing: “Distorting our image is the enemy’s most important agenda today. But, with divine grace, the real image of the country in general is the opposite of the image of a domineering system.”
Ayatollah Khamenei: US hostility not about Death to America slogan
A speech was given by Iran’s Supreme Leader at a Basij gathering at the 100-thousand seat Azadi Sports Center.
More than half of Americans oppose war on Iran
The majority of Americans would prefer to stay away from military conflict with Iran as tensions mount between Washington and Tehran, a poll has revealed. However, most think the US President would be tempted to start it.
A change of perspective by US citizens on Iran
While 32% of people in the US had declared Iran to be their biggest enemy in 2012, only 7% still hold such a view in 2018. As reported by Persia Digest, a recent poll conducted by Gallup has asked the opinion of Americans about their country’s biggest enemy. The poll indicates that Americans believe North Korea, Russia, and China are respectively their biggest enemies in the world.
What is a day without violence?
Recently, we have been hearing about days being named as days without violence in different countries. On the calendar, 2 October is the International Day of Non-Violence. But all this naming and reminding perhaps insinuates that violence is on the rise in our world.