• Analysis: What’s behind UN debate over UNIFIL mission?

    As the mandate of the United Nations Interim Forces in Lebanon (UNIFIL) expires on August 31, Western countries began their activities in the UN Security Council for changes to nature of the mission and time of the international forces in southern Lebanon.

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  • Analysis: US received big blow in intelligence war against Iran

    Tondar group was founded in 2004 by Fathullah Manouchehri, also called Foroud Folladvand. Overthrowing the Islamic Republic in Iran within a year was announced to be the key goal of the group. US-based Your TV belongs to Tondar and is responsible to promote its propaganda.

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  • Dealing with Corona in Qom province, Empathy is the key factor

    More than five months have passed since the outbreak of Corona in country and the Province. The new virus threatening people health and impacting other parts of the Society, which in turn decisive fighting against that has been the first priority of National Headquarters for Corona under the direct command of president and corresponding provinical headquarters leading by governors.

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  • Analysis: Barakah Power Plant; New UAE Security Weak Spot

    The United Arab Emirates has begun start-up operations in the initial unit of its first nuclear power plant, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) said on Saturday. The nuclear power plant will provide one-fourths of the Arab country’s electricity after three of its other units start operation.

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  • Analysis: What goals are driving US oil agreement with Syrian Kurds?

    Republican Senator Lindsey Graham last week said that the US company Delta Crescent Energy has signed an agreement with Syrian democratic Forces (SDF) militia in northeast Syria to produce and market the self-proclaimed autonomous region’s oil. The contract also will include the development of oilfields, sources familiar with the case said.

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  • Analysis: Goals and outlook of Turkish involvement in Yemen war

    Over the past few years and as the developments in the region moved fast, the Turkish government intensified gradually the role of the country’s National Security Agency, led by Hakan Fidan, in the important regional cases and especially the Syrian war. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s contentment with the agency in handling foreign cases motivated the government to give it a bigger role in the nation’s foreign policy.

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  • Analysis: Secret reasons delayed Iraq PM’s visit to Saudi Arabia

    The visit to Iran of the Iraqi Prime Minister Mostafa al-Kadhimi on July 21 is still a topic of media debates and analyses after a week. But what is being disregarded here is the cancelation of his scheduled visit to Saudi Arabia. He was planned to visit Saudi Arabia on July 20 as a first foreign trip since the assumption of office in May and the next day fly to Iran as the next destination.

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  • Analysis: Bahrain, the country of torture and execution

    On Sunday, The EU Parliament’s Human Rights Commission and its Delegation for relations with the Arab Peninsula in a joint statement criticized the Manama regime’s court of appeal for the evidence of torture of Mohammad Ramadan and Hussein Mousa, two teenagers sentenced to death by the court.

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  • When did Imam Khomeini let out the cry of "Black Lives Matter"?

    One of the stated goals of the Islamic Revolution of Iran led by Imam Khomeini in 1979 was to fight against racism and to support people of color. What did the Islamic Revolution do to prove this claim? Did Imam Khomeini fulfill his promise? These issues have been examined in an op-ed written for Khamenei.ir.

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  • Analysis: Is Trump seeking EU breakup?

    Trump’s anti-EU attacks make media headlines every now and then, making many analysts suggest that the American president is targeting the very existence of the 28-nation bloc.

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  • Analysis: Has Bolton offered carrot to Syria to get Iran out?

    Doomed failure of US plans in Syria is nearing its end as Syrian army is rapidly advancing on in the country’s southern fronts against the Washington-backed militants, moving Trump’s National Security Advisor John Bolton to unveiled a significant change in the White House position on the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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  • Analysis: Turkey, West relations in age of Erdogan

    The June 24 elections of Turkey were highly significant in the country’s contemporary history, both because of bringing to rule a president with full executive powers and potential influences on the home and foreign policy.

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  • Analysis: Sadr-Abadi Form Alliance, Blow to US Sway Seeking in Iraq

    The weeks that followed the parliamentary election in Iraq have borne promising news for the West Asian nation. Saeroon Coalition led by Sayed Muqtada al-Sadr announced an alliance with Hadi al-Amiri-led Fatah Coalition on June 13. And on Saturday, Saeroon staged an alliance also with Nasr Coalition, led by serving Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi. The alliances are forming against the backdrop of a huge political fervor that engulfed Iraq’s politics after the May 12 vote.

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  • Analysis: Erdogan’s Election Gamble Using Cross-Border Military Campaign

    On the threshold of Turkey's election, Selahattin Demirtas, the imprisoned co-leader of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP), issued a statement from the jail arguing that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is turning the militaristic policies at home and abroad into a sacred issue for his own political interests. Demirtas added that Erdogan continues this policy at the price of the Turkish youths’ life.

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  • Why Hudaydah is overwhelming question?

    In fact, the West frequently hails the Saudis as the models of steadfastness against Terror while it is clear enough enough that the reason behind attacking the Yemenis are their hatred of religious freedom and their geopolitical interests. In the first place, the Yemenis, as far as the Saudis are concerned, are [Kafer] i.e. infidels, dissents and apostates. They are referred to as Iranians, traitors and Majoosis and therefore eligible to be murdered.

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  • Analysis: Why US pin airstrike against Iraqi Popular Forces on Israeli regime?

    Shortly after the reports, Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) stated that an American fighter jet fired two missiles on the bases of PMF’s 45th and 45th Brigades, responsible for the protection of border with Syria. The attack, PMF continued, killed 22 and injured 12 of the anti-terror fighters. The raid also drew a strong response of Baghdad that called the attack “support for ISIS”.

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