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Who Pays the Price of Speculators' Greed?
Saturday, June 14, 2008
While the world faces one of its worst crisis and millions of people are struggling with starvation and death, analysts point finger at several factors.
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Will Oil Hit $200?
Saturday, June 14, 2008
Until there is more supply or demand starts to take a hit, oil prices will continue to increase. If things stay the same, some analysts point to $200 a barrel as the balanced price. Meanwhile, the economic problems of the U.S. as well as speculators’ activities are also pushing prices up.
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To War or Not to War with Iran: That is the Temptation
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Over the recent weeks, US officials and the vassal Israeli regime have ramped up their aggressive rhetoric against the Islamic Republic of Iran, making their usual threat that they will attack Iran's nuclear facilities if the country continues its nuclear program.
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Fatimah, A Role Model for Women of All Time
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Fatimah was born in the city of Mecca to the holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and Khadijah bint Khuwaylid. It is said that at the time of her birth Khadijah sent for her kinswomen to assist her. They refused to help her, saying she had betrayed her tribe by supporting Mohammad (PBUH).
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Israel’s Pipe Dreams
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Shaul Mofaz’s recent threats to bomb Iranian nuclear facilities show that the Zionist regime is still the main threat to regional peace and security.
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Nuclear Technology, Ever-Increasing Need of Today’s World; a Regional Glimpse
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Although hegemonic and monopolist powers are making broad efforts to have nuclear cooperation with Arab states of the Persian Gulf and North Africa, they surely would not be ready to put their nuclear technology at the disposal of these countries and would not let them reach self-sufficiency in the nuclear field and would keep them dependent on themselves.
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US Hidden Agenda in Iraq Security Agreement
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Iraq and the US are now at loggerheads over a new open-ended security agreement which would sanction continued presence of the US military in the country, envisage permanent military bases, and give the American military personnel and security contractors the license to kill more Iraqi civilians.
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Why Imam Khomeini?
Sunday, June 8, 2008
In the course of the turbulent history of this land, there have been many freedom-seekers, clerics and revolutionaries who have done everything – even sacrificing their lives – to reform the society and the state but none of them have been fully successful in their bids.
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Islamism and Republicanism from Imam Khomeini's Point of View
Monday, June 2, 2008
Imam Khomeini mentioned that the objective of the revolution and fall of the imperial regime of the shah was establishment of Islamic republic and the nation, too, made the slogan of “independence, freedom and Islamic republic” the main slogan of their revolution.
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Lebanon Crisis Still Not Over
Monday, June 2, 2008
The Doha agreement, in which the leaders of Lebanon’s political groups reached a consensus on ending the deadlock over the presidential election, has gladdened the hearts of all Lebanese since it seems that the struggle for power has finally given way to rationality and pragmatism.
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