[T]he dynamics of the conflict between Washington and Tehran are all about turning the wheels of the weapons industry and controlling the region's oil.
[L]uck is obviously on your side when you wear jeans and meet with Americans and yet, you're still alive because as a child you had the freedom to pull the beard of the creator of the Islamic Republic just for fun.
[T]he coming presidential election ... will determine 'which America' voters want.
Unfortunately, Trump leads the world according to his own views.
Trump's new economic and military sanctions are something never seen before.
Americans face an uncertain future in Iraq ... the Iraqi people did not, do not, and never will accept them in their country.
America deals with rulers and governments just as a master deals with his slave.
[W]hat guarantee or political protection does the U.S. military presence in Iraq provide?
The war on civilians in Yemen is nothing but a tool for asserting pressure.
It may be that [Trump] does not recognize Muslims as people or as fellow human beings equal to him in their humanity or deserving of rights.