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They Cannot Change the Name of Persian Gulf
Sunday, May 18, 2008
I assure you that despite their claims and the money they spend on those claims, they will get nowhere and the United Nations has always taken up the name of Persian Gulf which has been followed by other international bodies, governments and countries. Our government should ignore those claims and enlighten international public opinion.
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Israel from Rise to Fall: West’s Difficult Task to Consolidate Illegitimate Entity
Saturday, May 17, 2008
On the threshold of the 60th anniversary of occupation of Palestine or as the West claims the 60th independence anniversary of Israel (as though Israel was under custodianship of Britain) and under conditions that regional and global equations have a long distance from power equations in the 1940s, the West is now doing everything to consolidate its illegitimate child.
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A Way Out for Lebanon
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
The recent events in Lebanon prove that certain regional powers are continuing efforts to implement their “managed chaos” plan for the region.
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US Laying Foundation for Iraq Colonization
Monday, May 12, 2008
'Selling Iraq to the US' is what best describes a secret security accord between the Bush administration and the government of Iraq.
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Confrontation between 5+1 Package and Iranian Package
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Under current circumstances and after issuance of the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1803 against Iran’s nuclear activities, although many experts expected the Islamic Republic of Iran to behave as other countries had previously acted in the face of Security Council resolutions, breaking news about presentation of Iran’s package to 5+1 which was followed by a similar announcement by 5+1 amazed international observers and introduced new conditions regarding Iran’s nuclear dossier.
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April 30 Designated National Persian Gulf Day
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Persian Gulf and its name are among valuable legacies of ancient Iranians. That legacy has been handed down by ancient Iranians to their offspring, so as to be a cause of honor for the next generations that should know that their national symbols which are covered by the glaze of divine and religious values, has always made them proud throughout the history.
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Islamic Unity Conference: Islamic Iran, Pioneer in Consolidating Unity among Muslims
Saturday, May 10, 2008
After 20 editions of the Islamic Unity Conference, the role of the Islamic Republic of Iran as a vanguard company in this field to promote unity and solidarity among Muslim countries has become clear to the whole world.
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Lebanon on the Razor’s Edge Again
Saturday, May 10, 2008
The rising tension between government supporters and opposition forces in Lebanon has given rise to a volatile situation that could spin out of control.
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Persian Gulf, Symbol of Iranian Identity
Saturday, May 10, 2008
Naming a special day as the “national day of Persian Gulf” can play a decisive role in bolstering Iranian identity because silence and passivity under present circumstances may weaken our future position.
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Procedure and Outcome of 8th Majlis Elections
Saturday, May 10, 2008
According to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Majlis (Islamic Consultative Assembly) elections are held every four years. In addition to electing 290 representatives into the parliament, the event is a full manifestation of the country's political condition, as well as the array of political forces and their programs for administration of the state.
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