The Big Bang of Lebanon
During the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1989), the first time Lebanon suffered from the collapse of its Lira was when the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) departed the country in 1982, after the Israeli invasion. The Lebanese lira’s price fell from 3 to 3000 against the American dollar in one go. However, at that time no one felt that the Lebanese existence as an independent state was in jeopardy.
Iran president felicitates Lebanon on independence anniversary
In a message to his Lebanese counterpart Michel Aoun, Iranian President Ayatollah Seyed Ebrahim Raisi congratulated him and the people of Lebanon on the anniversary of the country's independence.
Lebanon, the New Scapegoat for Saudis’ Failure
In less than one week after the birthday anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and holding the Islamic Unity Week in Tehran and worldwide, a new conspiracy was shaped and as usual Saudi Arabia with its controversial human rights record has been behind this conspiracy and has created rift among Muslims and against Lebanon and this country’s Hizbollah group.
After Tayouneh tragedy, will Hezbollah restrain itself?
When Hamlet, the Danish prince, discovered by chance that his father was killed by his uncle, he was confused and puzzled. Hamlet is the main character in one of Shakespeare’s plays, which was named after him. At that moment, the moment of truth, Hamlet changed and became a man with responsibilities. However, he was completely drained by the fact that his mother was involved in the conspiracy and she was married to his uncle, the killer.
Bold and Brave
According to reports by an online oil shipment tracking service, a third tanker containing a shipment of Iranian oil destined for Lebanon docked in Syria’s Baniyas port on Wednesday.
Michel Aoun: Lebanon backs Iran’s efforts to solve problems with regional states
During a meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in Beirut on Thursday, Lebanese President Michel Aoun underscored his country's support for Tehran's measures to improve relations with countries in the region.
Let’s Talk about Power
With the winter season arriving, the United Kingdom is now struggling with an immense fuel shortage crisis. Long lines are snaking down streets across the UK as drivers struggle to fill up their cars, causing widespread traffic misery and worries over whether the emergency services can do their work.
Hezbollah to the rescue again
Not for the first time, Lebanon faces a crisis, Hezbollah has helped guide the country out of the predicament.
Iran’s Exports to Lebanon Rise by 266%
The director-general of Iran's Trade Promotion Organization (TPO)'s Office of Arabian and African Countries says Iran’s exports to Lebanon have increased by 266 percent, admitting that the U.S. sanctions on banking activities have restricted Iran’s trade with Lebanon
Iran Not to Leave Its Allies Alone
The Islamic Republic of Iran since its birth in 1979 has proved that it is committed to its vows and obligations especially regarding its friends and allies and it has never left its friends alone in the hard times.