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Persian Gulf and Role of Arabs in History
Monday, June 2, 2008
Several decades have passed since the orchestrated efforts of Arabs to change the historical name of Persian Gulf. The waterway that separates Iran from the Saudi Peninsula is called Persian Gulf according to all historical – geographical documents, maps available from ancient Greece up to the contemporary era as well as statements issued by the United Nations.
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Wind of Change Blows Over Lebanon
Monday, June 2, 2008
The following is the speech of the Secretary General of Hezbollah, Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah, on the occasion of the 8th anniversary of the Resistance and Liberation Day, May 26, 2008, in southern Beirut, Lebanon.
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Evaluation of IAEA Report on Iran
Saturday, May 31, 2008

The reports issued by ElBaradei are usually positive but at the same time ElBaradei tries to neutralize this positive stance by taking a negative stance as well. He thus aims to please both Iran and 5+1.

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Israel: 60th Anniversary from a Different Perspective
Saturday, May 31, 2008
A growing number of Israeli intellectuals believe their state may soon implode by force of its contradictions and failures. An increasing number of politicians and Zionists have begun to openly express the belief that the entity of Israel is on a path to oblivion.
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Hizbollah’s Great Epic Revisited
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
May 25 marks the anniversary of the liberation of South Lebanon from the claws of the Zionist usurpers. Eight years ago South Lebanon was liberated by the Hizbollah Resistance Movement. Although years have passed since this epic victory, there are still lots of different comments on various official and expert levels.
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Lebanon: Towards Lasting Unity and Tranquility
Monday, May 26, 2008
Members of the Lebanese Parliament meet on 25th of May 2008 in the presence of a large number of foreign dignitaries and political figures to elect Michel Suleiman, the commander of the Lebanese Army as the next president of the country. With the election of Suleiman as the president having the support of all the parties, it is hoped that Lebanon will start moving in the direction of lasting tranquility and unity away from foreign intervention.
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If Khorramshahr Had Not Been Conquered
Monday, May 26, 2008
One should ask, if Khorramshahr had not been conquered by Iranian militant combatants on May 23, 1982, how the war would have ended? The conquest of Khorramshahr was a cause of honor for Iran and Islam in raising such capable combatants and will encourage the Iranian people to continue their resistance.
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Injustice, Root Cause of International Tensions
Sunday, May 25, 2008
Injustice in international relations as well as manipulation of international bodies by big powers and even use of terrorism to scare nations, has led to unprecedented spread of tensions in the world.
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How Tehran Wants to Fix the World
Saturday, May 24, 2008
Iran's new negotiation proposals establish exactly where Iran stands on some of the most important problems in the world, Araghchi tells Kaveh L Afrasiabi. He also reacts to skeptics who brand the package a propaganda tool and speaks on what he calls an "arrogant, Western-centric" approach.
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The Paradox Which Has Enslaved US in the Region
Saturday, May 24, 2008
It is very difficult and even impossible to differentiate between US and Israeli policies in the Middle East region. Therefore, every country seeking to improve its political and economic relations with the United States should always be mindful of Washington’s relations with Tel Aviv. This has caused the United States to pay heavy costs in the Middle East region, though it has always tried to make regional countries take the bill.
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