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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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Art Serving Islamophobia
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
A new round of insulting Islamic sanctities has been launched by Western circles and media an example of which was production of the anti-Islamic film, Fitna, by a radical Dutch politician, Geert Wilders. The 15-minute film was put on a British website and introduces Islam as the enemy of freedom and promoter of terrorism.
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Olympics and New Cold War
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
One year before the beginning of Olympics 2008, human rights organizations in Western countries started moves, which were not taken seriously at the beginning, to protest the human rights situation in China. They issued statements noting that since China was ignoring its human rights obligations, it did not deserve to host the Olympics. They mentioned extensive censorship of the international and rough treatment of bloggers as instances of human rights violations in China.
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United States, Iran’s Instructor in “Preventive Defense”
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Iran considers the American world, a world of aggression and hegemonic policies in which the United States is looking for excuses to attack other nations. Therefore, it has reinforced its military to face the United States. The last message, therefore, sent by Iran to the United States is that “the foes of the Iranian nation are not bold enough to enter a field from which they could not possibly leave on their own. The United States should understand the correct meaning of this message.”
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Israel Snubs Hamas Ceasefire Proposal
Sunday, May 4, 2008
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak’s insistence on continuing the confrontation with Hamas and his rejection of the recent ceasefire proposal prove that the Zionist regime is still following a warmongering policy and wants to continue massacring the innocent people of Gaza.
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Persian Gulf in History
Sunday, May 4, 2008
April 29 has been designated as the National Persian Gulf Day. Throughout history, Persian Gulf has not only been always considered part of the Iranian territory, but as admitted by most historical sources, it has always been known as Persian Gulf or Persian Sea.
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