Hasn’t the time come to be realistic and encourage the Arab countries to use nuclear energy? Can’t they acquire nuclear technology instead of buying billions of dollars of weaponry so that Hillary Clinton would not humiliate them?
We should not forget that the first American president to authorize the use of a nuclear bomb was a president with very little political experience, who was, surprisingly, elected.
David Petraeus, U.S. troop commander in the Middle East and Central Asia, recently resorted to using harsh words against our statesmen. This kind of rhetoric has a precedent. Following their defeat on two warfronts in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. army officials apparently had no choice but to express their concealed [Read more]
Americans never talk to their negotiating counterpart unless they are sure the party has attained strategic parity on some issue... It is only Iran’s nuclear program that... brought them to the negotiating table.
Mohammad Karami Zad, an Iranian parliament member from Kermanshah, commented on the threats made by American military officials on taking military actions against Iran: The overall military strategy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is a defense-based strategy and we will respond to such threats immediately. [Read more]
The unprecedented presence of Western reporters and media representatives in Sana’a in the past few days has fueled rumors that America’s military will soon interfere in Yemen and that the U.S. is formulating an operational plan. The hotels and inns of Sana’a are packed with foreign reporters and journalists. [Read more]
In an interview with ISNA, Alireza Davoodi said, “The U.S. is held accountable for increased terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan. To launch a war on terror, cross-regional powers must pull out of the region."
Davoodi is an international issues expert. He is saying that the United States' slogan, "War on Terror," [Read more]
After he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, all media favored this contradictory point: a man who deployed 30,000 troops was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize as a symbol of peace. He himself justified the duality and said, “Evils exist in the world, and war is inevitable at times."
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After visiting the lingering traces of America’s crimes in Hiroshima, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran Sa’eed Jalili declared, “At the very least, the U.S. should be punished with disarmament and the revocation of its right to veto for its crimes here.”
According to several agencies, [Read more]