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Review of Correspondence between Presidents of Iran and Iraq on the Anniversary of Iran’s Acceptance of UN Resolution 598
Monday, July 18, 2016

For many people, both Iranian and non-Iranian, the United Nations Security Council Resolution 598 is reminder of the termination of the longest conventional war in the 20th century: The Iraqi imposed war against Iran. From a legal viewpoint, the main importance of the resolution is that it marks the terminal point of the war between Iran and Iraq. In the meantime, however, there are a number of important points which should not be forgotten.

Iran-Iraq War Revisited
Monday, September 21, 2015

The Iran-Iraq war which lasted for eight years from 1980 to 1988 was among the longest wars in the 20th century with huge losses of life and property on both sides. Unfortunately, a vicious trend has been observed in recent years in which some authors and analysts have been trying by distorting or ignoring some facts to change the place of the party which had actually started the war. In doing so, they have been intentionally or unintentionally trying to exonerate the party which initiated that bloody war. In other words, in some of their writings, they have been trying to make the world believe that the invasion of Iran by the Baathist Iraqi regime has been a preemptive act of defense in response to the threat that Iraq perceived from the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

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