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Nasir Ahmad Nour: New Economic Agreements will Improve Iran-Afghanistan Relations

Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Tehran Nasir Ahmad Nour has underlined the importance role of Iran in the recent developments of Afghanistan. “Islamic Republic of Iran is among the most important countries maintaining friendly relations with Afghanistan. Iran also plays a key role in the reconstruction projects of Afghanistan. The Iranian government has accommodated and educated a large number of Afghan refugee ...

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Abbas Araghchi Calls for Better Relations with Saudi Arabia

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araghchi says President Hassan Rouhani wants to establish friendly ties with the government of Saudi Arabia. The Iranian politician urged the Arab officials to take advantage of this opportunity, which will strengthen the unity between Muslim states in Middle East. “Iran and Saudi Arabia can recover their practical ties in coming months. Iranian President Hassan Rouh ...

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Iranian MPs Accused of Mistreating Proposed Ministers

During the recent days, Iran's members of parliament reviewed the profiles of cabinet ministers proposed by new President Hassan Rouhani. Accordingly 15 ministers gained confidence votes and 3 ministers rejected by MPs. The rejected ministers were allegedly affiliated with the 2009–10 Iranian election protests. Although the candidates claimed that they were innocent, MPs didn’t accept justifications. Sadegh ...

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Hojatoleslam Sadeghi: Egyptians Need an Experienced Leader

Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini was the main leader of the 1979 Iranian Revolution. By overthrowing Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, he became the country's Supreme Leader. Hojatoleslam Abdullah Haji Sadeghi, the appointee of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to IRGC, says the people of Egypt failed to maintain their revolution since they didn’t have any religious leader like Imam Khomeini. “Unfortunately Egyptian ...

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Sunni Muslims Declare Support for Iran’s New President

A group of Sunni Muslims in Iran announced on Thursday that Sunnis will support Iranian new president Hassan Rouhani. Last week, an Iraqi Jihadist group called on Iran’s Sunnis to overthrow Islamic Republic of Iran, as Shiites are looking to 'get rid of' Sunnis in the country. Osama Bin-Hazegh, a Sunni Muslim who lives in Khuzestan province, says Sunnis will definitely support Hassan Rouhani, but he should ...

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Yaghoubi: Hassan Rouhani Should Lead Iran-P5+1 Talks in Future

Before taking office as the new president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani used to serve as a member of the Supreme National Security Council. Under his tutelage, Iranian and European politicians managed to held several rounds of negotiations over Iran’s nuclear case. According to analysts, Rouhani achieved to help Islamic Republic of Iran to continue nuclear activities in line with international regulations. At the ...

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Aghamiri Links Iranian Ministers to ‘Sedition’ Leaders

Recently, new Iranian president Hassan Rouhani announced the names of his favorite ministers. Based on Iran's Constitution, Members of Parliament should approve or disapprove the eligibility and qualification of the nominated ministers. Hojjatoleslam Seyyed Mohammad Reza Aghamiri, an Iranian conservative politician, says several of the proposed ministers have strong affiliations with the leaders of ‘seditio ...

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Iran to File Complaint Against U.S. Government

Mahmoud Bahmani, the former governor of Central Bank of Iran, says the Iranian government is planning to file complaint against U.S. government for imposing unilateral sanctions on Iran’s economy. Under the tutelage of Mahmoud Bahmani, Iran suffered from U.S.-led embargoes. Subsequently, Iranian rial lost its values against foreign currencies. Addressing a press-conference on Monday at Tehran, Bahmani said: ...

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Grand Ayatollah Dastgheib Shirazi Calls for Immediate Release of Karroubi and Mousavi

In recent months, many reformist and politicians have called for immediate release of Iranian political prisoners. Mirhossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karoubi, leaders of the opposition in the post-election unrest, are currently under house arrests. Before winning Iran’s 2013 presidential election, Hassan Rouhani promised to do everything he can to release political prisoners. He was also requested to end the hous ...

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Haghshenas: Conservatives not Happy with Rouhani’s Choice of Ministers

Iran’s conservative political parties have recently accused new president Hassan Rouhani of overusing reformist politicians in his cabinet. Accordingly Hassan Rouhani is suggested to select conservatives for country’s top posts. Mohammad Javad Haghshenas, the deputy head of the Reformists Front party, says conservative political parties are literally not interested in cooperating with Hassan Rouhani over ma ...

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