Monday, October 17, 2011

Some expressive photos of Tabas incident

Tabas incident, occurred in Tabas desert on April 24, 1980, is a memorable day in the history of Islamic Republic of Iran. In this incident that represents the wrath of God against the enemies of Iran and Islam, American forces couldn’t endure sand storm as an expression of Divine occult relief, and suffered another fiasco


Ayatollah Mohammad Sadiq Khalkhali and some members of Guard Corps while visiting Tabas desert


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  Last Interviews

Paul Buchheit: The United States Presides over a World Ruptured by Economic Inequality

Koroush Zibari

Paul Buchheit, a progressive American writer and activist, says that economic inequality is growing in the United States on a daily basis while the U.S. government continues to spend enormous amounts of money on military expeditions across the world.

Sunday, April 06, 2014

‘Drones strikes to continue despite EU ban’

EU legislation banning the use of drones won’t diminish the number of drone attacks, it will just be much more selective in terms of where they can be used, former Pentagon official Michael Maloof told RT.

A number of European parliaments have voted in favor of a proposed EU ban on American drone strikes, which have resulted in massive casualties among the civilian population, and also demanded from the US more transparency. The new legislation is to put more pressure on such states as Germany and Britain who are closely involved into the US drone operations.

Monday, March 03, 2014

US spies on Americans opposing policy: Seth Manzel

Press TV has conducted an interview with Seth Manzel, an Iraq War veteran, from Lakewood, about the US Supreme Court ruling against an anti-war activist who protested near a sensitive air force base.

What follows is an approximate transcription of the interview.

Thursday, February 27, 2014

“The Islamic Prophet’s ideal, exemplary character attracted me”: American convert

A female convert from New York, US has given an interview to Mehr News English Service ; speaks her journey towards Shiite Islam.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Israel has full access to US intelligence

An interview with James Fetzer, professor at the University of Minnesota about former US Congressman Ron Paul starting a campaign to secure clemency for Edward Snowden.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Prof. Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh: Israel will Do its Best to Harm Iran-West Nuclear Talks

An Iranian scholar and university professor says that Israel will pull out all the stops to damage the constructive environment of the negotiations between Iran and the six world powers, but it cannot realize its plans for preventing Iran and the P5+1 from reaching a comprehensive agreement over Iran’s nuclear program.
“Assuredly, they will do their best. They do whatever they can to harm the process of agreement between Iran and the West. They made it sure and clear to everybody in the world that they will do their best to harm the process of the talks. We know that they would not stop, at any rate, using their lobbies and other tools in their hands to harm the negotiations. But experience shows that there’s a limit to what they can do,” said Prof. Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh, a geopolitics professor at the University of Tehran in an interview with Fars News Agency.
Mojtahedzadeh is a renowned Iranian political scientist and historian. He leads the Urosevic Research Foundation and has been a board member of the Society for Contemporary Iranian Studies at the University of London and a member of the British Institute of Persian Studies. Mojtahedzadeh is a visiting professor at the Georgetown University and has been a consultant to the United Nations University in Tokyo. Prof. Pirouz Mojtahedzadeh has carried out extensive studies and research projects on the history, geography and politics of the Persian Gulf and has published several books in this regard, including the book “The UAE and Iranian Islands of Tunbs and Abu Musa” published in 2007 in Paris.
On the beginning of the implementation of the Joint Plan of Action signed between Iran and the six world powers (China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States plus Germany), FNA conducted an interview with Prof. Mojtahedzadeh and asked him his viewpoints about the Geneva deal and its future. What follows is the text of the interview.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

NSA spies on world leaders to ruin them politically

Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, editor of Veterans Today, about new revelations showing that the US National Security Agency (NSA) spied on former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder over his opposition to the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq.
What follows is an approximate transcription of the interview.

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

'Americans less willing to believe their President and Congress'

The conditions in the United States will probably continue to erode people’s confidence and the ability of the Congress and the President to govern, Eugene Puryear from the Answer Coalition told RT.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014



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