American society can hardly stand shock and trouble.
[The Americans] maintain that they are coming to the region in order to fight terrorism, but to date we have not witnessed any true fighting of terrorism by the Americans.
Hojjat Al-Eslam Agha-Tehrani, a parliamentarian representing the people of Tehran, declared "Deciding on whom to give our vote is not difficult. We need to make sure it is someone who will make the arrogant world spearheaded by the U.S. unhappy."
As reported by the Borna news agency in Qom, Hojjat Al-Eslam [Read more]
Rezaee Makes Proposal in Interview with Tagesspiegel
According to Mehr News, Mohsen Rezaee, a candidate in the ongoing tenth presidential election round of the Republic of Iran, stated in an interview with the newspaper Tagesspiegel, "My aim is to take the way of national development and to also adopt decisions, [Read more]
Mehdi Karrubi says the policies of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad have left Iran isolated in the world.
At a news conference, the candidate in the tenth presidential elections of the Republic of Iran added that the views held by Ahmadinejad have damaged Iran's standing.
Mr. Karrubi maintained that if he won the elections, he [Read more]
One of the prerequisites is that the U.S. change the tone of its language and its demeanor, which, as far as I am concerned, has changed . . .
"We have proven that the claims made by America are unfounded…"
The governor of the Central Bank of Iran, Mahmoud Bahmani, stated, "In presenting the documents to the International Monetary Fund, we provided proof that America's claims accusing Iran's banking system of engaging in money laundering are untrue." [Read more]
Roxana Saberi also has American nationality.
Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejeie [head of Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence] confirmed that Roxana Saberi has American nationality, but it is as an Iranian that she has committed a crime.
Roxana Saberi, an Iranian-American journalist, was sentenced to eight years in prison by [Read more]
Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Manouchehr Mottaki said that Iran is surveying announced American policies. Based on Mottaki’s statements, the Islamic Republic will describe its opinion on these policies after surveying them.
The new U.S. administration has sent messages within the last 10 days saying they are [Read more]
Manoucher Mottaki, Iran’s foreign minister, said on Friday that if the United States changes its policies, Iran will have a reaction based on cooperation.
Mottaki said, “Iran is waiting for Obama to show how his policies compare to George Bush’s policies.” A French news agency reported that Mottaki, who spoke [Read more]