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  1. Armenian church ready to communicate with Qom SeminaryRead the original story

    Nov 16, 2014 | Groong

    Mehr News Agency, Iran Nov 16 2014 Armenian church ready to communicate with Qom Seminary TEHRAN, Nov. 16 - Echmiadzin Cathedral of Armenia announced readiness to communicate with Qom Seminary and to hold joint meetings entitled 'Religions for Peace and Solidarity and the role of religious leaders in promoting peace in the region' with the seminary. Iranian Cultural Attaché to Armenia Majid Meshki attended the holy Echmiadzin Cathedral of the Armenia and met with the Director of Church Relations Bishop Huakim Manoukian and the Director of International Relations Bishop Nathan Huanisian and discussed issues of interest, pursuing and reviewing the implementation of past agreements.

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  2. Make My DayCANADIAN Man Sues Over his Service 'Dog'Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2009 | American Reporter

    The President has already met with his top military and civilian defense advisors and has ordered a surge in U.S. troop deployment in Afghanistan, so what I have to say to him is too late to make much difference. After months of deliberation, another 30,000 troops are on their way to a nation that in the space of a decade has become a fractured pawn in the game that Islamic extremists play.

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  3. Fans take to streets to mourn for PashaiiRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 15, 2014 | Tehran Times

    Fans of Morteza Pashaii took to the streets in Iranian cities on Friday night to mourn for the 30-year-old Iranian pop star, who died of gastric cancer on Friday morning. Hundreds of his fans gathered in front of Tehran's Bahman Hospital, where Pashaii was hospitalized, after his death was announced by Iranian news agencies.

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  4. Is 'The Daily Show' a weapon? 'Rosewater' reveals how comedy rattles tyrants.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2014 | Christian Science Monitor

    This image released by Open Road Films shows from left, Gael Garcia Bernal, First Assistant Cameraman Michael Burke, and Jon Stewart on the set of 'Rosewater.' "Rosewater," Jon Stewart 's first film as writer and director reveals how Iranian officials can "weaponize" anything, including a comedy news show, and use it as an excuse to imprison, beat, and torture a journalist working there.

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  5. Candidly speaking: Obama desperate for a deal with Iran at any priceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | Jerusalem Post

    The extraordinary landslide victory by the Republicans in the midterm elections - clearly a vote of no confidence in Obama - provides some hope. Despite statements to the contrary, the Obama administration appears determined to achieve an agreement with Iran and seems willing to breach its repeated undertakings that it would never countenance Iran becoming a nuclear power.

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  6. Iranian intelligence foils bomb plot in holy Qom cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2014 | Trend

    Iran's Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi said that the security forces have foiled bomb plot in holy city of Qom during the mourning month of Moharram, the official IRNA news agency reported Nov. 12. The Mourning of Muharram is a set of rituals associated with Shia Islam, which takes place in Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar.

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  7. End the Bush-Obama Fecklessness: Destroy Iran's Nuclear Facilities NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2014 | Instapundit

    The Obama administration and Iran's rulers, spurred by the latter's alleged "pragmatic" wing , appear to be rushing headlong towards a final agreement on November 24, 2014, which would validate Iran's right to enrich uranium for putative non-military uses, and also provide the global jihad-promoting Shiite theocracy extensive relief from economic sanctions. This mutually desired outcome was strongly hinted at by both U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman during an October 23, 2014 speech , and the recent public statements of key Iranian regime advisors.

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  8. Women of IranRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2014 | TrekEarth

    I cannot speak for the women of Iran but I shall write down some of my observations. In Tehran and to lesser extent in Isfahan, young women in particular are quietly pushing the boundaries of the dress code.

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  9. Make My DayCANADIAN Man Sues Over his Service 'Dog'Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2009 | American Reporter

    The President has already met with his top military and civilian defense advisors and has ordered a surge in U.S. troop deployment in Afghanistan, so what I have to say to him is too late to make much difference. After months of deliberation, another 30,000 troops are on their way to a nation that in the space of a decade has become a fractured pawn in the game that Islamic extremists play.

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  10. Terror tunnels and nuclear tunnels after the midtermsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2014 | The Hill

    Congressional Republicans and Democrats espouse a policy toward Iran that takes Israel into account; results of the 2014 elections may induce the Obama administration to consult more with Congress and Israel; they are concerned about lack of intelligence on tunnels in Gaza and Iran. With Iranian assistance and funding, tunnels in Gaza displayed Tehran's efforts to threaten Israel.

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  11. Make My DayCANADIAN Man Sues Over his Service 'Dog'Read the original story

    Dec 3, 2009 | American Reporter

    The President has already met with his top military and civilian defense advisors and has ordered a surge in U.S. troop deployment in Afghanistan, so what I have to say to him is too late to make much difference. After months of deliberation, another 30,000 troops are on their way to a nation that in the space of a decade has become a fractured pawn in the game that Islamic extremists play.

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  12. Illness of Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei fuels succession rumoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 2, 2014 | South China Morning Post

    Recent illness of the supreme leader has fuelled speculation about who will eventually take over and dictate the country's political trajectory In a closely guarded compound in central Tehran lives a 75-year-old man whose tenure as Iran's supreme leader will expire only on the day he dies. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, one-time revolutionary, has maintained his job-for-life as the politician with ultimate power in Iran for nearly 25 years.

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  13. Iran Defeating IS With 'Ideas' Not ArmsRead the original story

    Nov 1, 2014 | Payvand News of Iran

    Asenior Iranian hard-line cleric has said that Iranian Qods Force Commander Major General Qassem Suleimani's ideas are more effective against Islamic State militants than arms. Grand Ayatollah Hossein Noori Hamedani said that Suleimani's "intelligence and ideas" had defeated the "terrorists" in Syria and Iraq.

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  14. Iraq's Grand Ayatollah Sistani and Chuck Hagel Call for the Arming of the Sunni Tribes of al-AnbarRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 1, 2014 | Truthdig

    Al-Zaman reports that Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistan is calling, just as is US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, for the arming of Sunni tribes in al-Anbar Province to fight ISIL in Iraq. . Shiite spiritual leader Grand Ayatollah Ali Sistani on Friday called on the Iraqi government to hurry up and help the Sunni tribes in al-Anbar Province that are fighting extremist-Sunni ISIL, which murdered 220 such tribesmen from the Al-Bu Nimr west of Baghdad this week . 1 comment

  15. Iran talks should factor in fatwas banning nuclear weapons: U.S. bishopsRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2014 | Tehran Times

    Less than a month before a deadline to reach a nuclear deal with Iran, U.S. Catholic bishops are urging negotiators not to underestimate the power of fatwas by Islamic leaders banning nuclear weapons. In a ground-breaking visit, a six-strong delegation from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops travelled to the holy city of Qom in April to meet with top Shia leaders with the aim of bridging some of the differences between Iran and the West, AFP reported.

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  16. US Catholic Bishops: Consider Iran's Nuclear Weapons FatwaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2014 | Payvand News of Iran

    From left: Seyyed Mahmoud, US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, Bishop Richard Pates, Bishop Denis Madden, and Stephen Colecchi meet in March at the Ayatollah Marashi Najafi Library in Qom, Iran. Credit: CNS/Courtesy Stephen M. Colecchi In March of this year, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops sent a delegation of religious and academic figures to the Iranian religious city of Qom to begin a dialogue with Shia scholars and ayatollahs.

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  17. Muslim-Catholic dialogue on Iranian weapons focuses on arms policiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2014 | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, Bishop Richard E. Pates of Des Moines, Iowa, and Baltimore Auxiliary Bishop Denis. J. Madden meet with Seyyed Mahmoud, left, at the Ayatollah Marashi Najafi Library in Qom, Iran, in March. 1 comment

  18. Iranian Muslim, American Catholic Leaders Unite in Opposition to Nuclear WeaponsRead the original story

    Oct 30, 2014 | US News & World Report

    An Indian woman rallies against nuclear weapons in Mumbai. Clergy from the Catholic Church and Shia Islam met in March to discuss a shared stance against nuclear weapons.

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  19. Iran: The revolution is overRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2014 | The Economist

    TALKS to curb Iran's nuclear programme have less than a month to run. Even now, after 12 years of sporadic argument, Iran insists that it wants civilian nuclear power and not a bomb.

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  20. Religion: Take it or leave itRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2014 | The Economist

    BY LAW, ALL public buildings in Iran must have prayer rooms. But travelling around the country you will find few shoes at prayer time outside these rooms in bus stations, office buildings and shopping centres.

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