• Martyr Qasem Soleimani and his role in Islamic awakening toward Palestinian cause

    “We don't sleep for one night unless we think of eliminating our enemies. We will continue our endeavors for the victory of the Palestinian resistance day and night, for its victory, until the earth, sky, and sea become hell for the Zionists,” stresses Martyr Hajj Qassem Soleimani, the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards...

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  • Expert: Rise and fall of science in Muslim world had a dramatic story

    William Paterson University historian John Livingston wrote in Iran Daily newspaper that the lands of Islam were once graced with proud cities in a high civilization that for over half a millennium led the world in intellectual productivity. Between roughly 800 and 1500 AD, Islamic civilization was accepted as the world’s uncontested leader in science and its affiliated branches.

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  • Afghans and Iranians are brothers

    In the past days, there have been seditions intended to sow discord between the people of Iran and Afghanistan. Falsely edited videos circulated in social media depicts Iranian border guards mistreating Afghan refugees. The videos caused anger in Kabul, Herat and other cities. But what is the truth?

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  • Buhari's refusal to release int'l passport of Sheikh Zakzaky, a call for us to resume protest in Abuja

    We would like to inform the public of the new threat being plotted by the Buhari-led regime to the life of our leader, His Eminence Sheikh Ibraheem Ya'qoub El-Zakzaky [H]. Well-known, the Sheikh and his wife Malama Zeenah are suffering from numerous health challenges that can not be treated in Nigeria, and Buhari refuses to release or issue new international passports to the couple.

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  • The Soldiers of Ruhollah 'Martyr Imad Mughniyeh'

    Imad Mughniyeh is now a martyr but his legacy lives on. Fourteen years after his martyrdom, Mughniyeh’s legacy continues to serve as a guiding principle for millions of fighters in the Resistance Axis across the West Asia region.

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  • What kind of civilization does Leader of Islamic Revolution pursue?

    Throughout history, human beings have always built civilizations in the hope of attaining peace and tranquility in the context of a just, humane community. However, this pleasant state has still remained an unattainable utopia to a large extent. The following op-ed tries to shed light on what Ayatollah Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, means by a “New Islamic Civilization.”

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  • Islamic Revolution and its view on ethnic diversity

    How do the Islamic Revolution and the Islamic Republic view ethnicity? This is an important question for many people and institutions that are curious about the Islamic Revolution, the Islamic Republic and its overall policies including the ruling system in Iran today. Many want to know what approach Iran has taken after the Revolution in its system of rule with regard to ethnic identities considering its particular slogans and features and they wonder what approach it has taken toward ethnic groups.

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  • Analysis: Lebanon after the Godfather

    Just four months to a parliamentary election decisive to Lebanon's future, the most influential and prominent political figure in the country over the past two decades, Saad Hariri, suspended his political activities last week, giving a big shock to the national politics. This comes as one can say the Hariris have led a large part of the Sunni sect in the country thanks to their powerful and influential financial and political network.

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  • The General who was assassinated twice

    General Qasem Soleimani, the legendary commander of the elite Quds Force, stands out as one of the few Iranian generals who have not acquired their global reputation posthumously.

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  • Divided States of America: Dissection of social gap in United States

    In addition to the literary works and movies which decades ago heralded the decline of the United States and its associated ideals, it seems that today the crack on the US’s edifice of power, unity, and on the whole hegemony has become visible more than ever. The following Op-Ed article attempts to take a closer look at this division and decline.

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  • Two years since assassination of Commander Soleimani: Biography and goals

    The fact that the United States of America committed this crime against a high-ranking Iranian military official and then declared responsibility, constitutes a significant regional development. It clearly meant that the US administration had lost its indirect tools of influence and deterrence in the face of the axis of resistance and that it needed to change the rules of engagement and restore to the old methods based on assassinations and bullying.

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  • Will US troops leave Iraq?

    As the date set for the withdrawal of US troops nears, no fundamental change is observed regarding their number but merely their status. Is this merely another US-concocted scheme to subjugate Iraq?

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  • No Christmas where Christ was born

    Christians around the world simultaneously light up their Christmas trees to inspire joy and hope, and awaken the spirit of Christmas; but for Fouad, Christina, Iyad, Hanin, and many Palestinians in Beit Lahm, Gaza, and the occupied West Bank, this is going to be yet another sad Christmas.

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  • Iran hits Israel from Vienna

    The first and most explicit signal came from Israel when Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett refused to meet with the US special envoy for the nuclear file, Robert Malley. Bennett does not believe that Malley is the main reason behind the US administration's push for the deal with Iran.

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  • Challenges of Islamism among Shias in Kashmir

    Kashmir has been in the news for atrocities of the Indian state and violence against its Muslim population for a while now. Studies suggest that the Kashmir question is a perplexing issue that needs the attention of activists of international repute and intellectuals. Kashmir issue has multiple dimensions, and each dimension needs a careful examination. The rising Islamophobia in the world and Shiaphobia within the Muslim world is alarming, and violence...

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  • Why do Shia Muslims Combine Prayers?

    The Shīʻahs (Shiite Muslims, Shia) acknowledge the five obligatory daily prayers. However, they frequently combine the Zuhr and ‘Asr prayers by offering them consecutively during the time period defined by the start of Zuhr and the end of ‘Asr. They also consider it permissible to combine the Maghrib and ‘Isha prayers in a similar manner.

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  • In Memory of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: the Assassination of Iranian Leaders

    “Israel” will not succeed in its endeavor. Every martyr who falls in Iran reminds its people of the historic injustice done to them by tyrants and oppressors and increases their support for their regime. And let's not forget that martyrdom is at the heart of the Iranian people's soul and conscience, from Imam Hussein bin Ali to… Mohsen Fakhrizadeh!

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