Several history books have been published in the world in English, Persian, Arabic and Hebrew and all of them unanimously have reiterated that no civilization has emerged unless it had dominance over the Mesopotamia or Levant.
On May 29, media outlets reported that Iranian-owned dairy producing factory Kaleh burned down near Karbala city, Iraq, and during the fire, two employees of the plant were killed.
Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has recently and on the sidelines of 24th International Oil Show in Tehran answered the question of reporters that Iran would remain in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) as long as it meets its interests and if other members of the organization try to meet their demands at the expense of other members, then it is natural Iran to make different decision. It means that others’ hurdles and troubles can lead to Iran’s pullout of the OPEC and the pullout would definitely have significant consequences for the future of the organization.
41st Spring, Explosion of Turnout By: Hamid Reza Naghashian All economic plots of enemies of the Islamic Revolution with February 11 massive rallies were thwarted. Although President Hassan Rouhani did not talk about economy in his speech during the rallies in Tehran, but he delivered a speech in the 41st spring of the Islamic Revolution […]
Venezuela Overcomes the U.S. Coup By: Hamid Reza Naghashian Since Venezuela is considered as the last bridge for full and all-out return of Washington to the Latin American scene, all pressures have been exerted on a country which is the root of all independence-seeking movements in the region, and the U.S. does its efforts to […]
Why Should Not We Consider WhatsApp a “No-Threat”? By: Hamid Reza Naghashian Do readers of this article know that WhatsApp messaging service is currently one of the most powerful social networks in the today’s world? This network today connects almost one billion people in the world and let them be aware of their condition and […]
Some media reports from Iraq show some incomprehensible and strange happenings in Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi’s cabinet and it seems that they have paved the ground for tension in the cabinet and the resignation of the education minister. BY: Hamid Reza Naghashian New education minister Shaima al-Hayali, who won the vote of confidence late […]
Fatimah Should Be Defined as Fatimah By: Hamid Reza Naghashian Nowadays we are in Fatimiyya (days when Muslims mourn owing to Hazrat Fatimah al-Zahra’s martyrdom). Hazrat-e Fatimah is the daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and there is difference of view regarding the date of her martyrdom. Talking about her and her life is not a […]