Ali Larijani, the head of the Islamic Consultative Assembly (speaker of the parliament), while calling the Iraqi security treaty deceitful, compared some paragraphs of the treaty to a mirage.
Mr. Larijani, who today (Monday) spoke to a group of reporters continued by saying that America wants to payoff the [Read more]
Will the real Barack Obama please stand up?
Irans ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations, in a letter of objection to the head of the Security Council regarding the baseless statements made by the American Ambassador of this organization, specified that Iran has always condemned all violence in Iraq.
Fars News agency reported that [Read more]
The spokesman of the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran expressed hope that just as Barack Obama was able to gain the trust of the American people with a promise of change, he will utilize the blossoming international popularity of America toward the reduction of increased global mistrust toward the country. [Read more]
Regarding Tehrans first official reaction to Obamas victory, the Foreign Minister of Iran announced that he hopes the new President of the United States can fulfill the wishes of the people.
Mr. Mottaki believes that the separation between the current administrations improper tactics and the American peoples [Read more]
And after years of the arrogance, intolerance, and unilateralism of the Bush administration, this came as a breath of fresh air.
Middle Eastern peoples view of U.S. policy will not be changed by a victory for Barack Obama or John McCain. Rather, they want to see practical steps by the next president, whoever he is, to end the current crises.