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  1. Operation Eagle ClawRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | Examiner.com

    Ever have one of those days you wished you could hit the rewind button and go back to bed? November 4, 1979 was just such a day for the diplomats at the U.S. Embassy in Tehran, Iran . On that day, the Iran Hostage Crisis began to unfold as Islamic Fundamentalists captured the American Embassy and held the diplomats, embassy workers and Marines hostage for what became a total of 444 days.


  2. Acid attacker had his eye GOUGED out under Iran's brutal justice systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 7 | The Daily Record

    THE prisoner, identified as Hamid, also had an ear cut off for an alleged attack on Davoud Roushanaei, who was badly disfigured by the attack. The prisoner, identified as Hamid, also had an ear cut off for an alleged attack on Davoud Roushanaei, who was badly disfigured by the attack.


  3. Cultural development' is dependent on religious grounds: LarijaniRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Tehran Times

    TEHRAN Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said in Qom on Friday that "cultural development" will occur if essential religious grounds are provided. "If the society seeks to develop from cultural point of view in proportion to public culture, it should strengthen its spiritual and religious roots," he stated.


  4. Art news in briefRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Tehran Times

    TEHRAN The common heritage of Iraq and Iran were discussed during a conference, which was held in Qom on Thursday and Friday. Experts, mainly coming from the neighboring countries, talked about a wide range of topics such as archeology, religious sites, architecture, museums, literature, and Eastern mysticism and philosophy.


  5. Kerry: - It May Be Iran Cannot Say Yes to the Type of Deal That Provides Assurances'CNSRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Cybercast News Service

    At a joint press briefing in Riyadh today with Prince Saud al-Faisal, the Saudi foreign minister, Secretary of State John Kerry said it might turn out that Iran will not agree to a deal on its nuclear program that gives other nations the "assurances" they need. "It may be that Iran cannot say yes to the type of deal that provides assurances that the international community requires," said Kerry.


  6. Iran President: World 'Too Intelligent' To Be Fooled by Netanyahu's 'War-Mongering'Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | Common Dreams

    A photo provided by the office of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani shows him waving to the crowd during a public speech in the religious Shiite Muslim city of Qom, February 25, 2015. Making note of Israel's existing, though undeclared, arsenal of nuclear weapons and pushing back against the steady stream of vitriol aimed at Iran amid ongoing negotiations over its civilian nuclear program, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday described the people of the United States and across the world as "too intelligent" to be taken by the "war-mongering" contained in remarks made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his high-profile visit to Washington, D.C. this week.


  7. Arutz Sheva interviewWho Will be Iran's Next Supreme Leader?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    Arab reports on Wednesday indicated that Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Supreme Leader of Iran, was hospitalized with multiple organ failure , giving the speculation about his replacement an added sense of urgency. There have been rumors about Khamenei's health declining before, and it is in no way clear that the Ayatollah will die this week or next month, or any time in the next couple years.


  8. Ayatollah Tells Air Force: We Enriched Uranium 20%; Commanders: -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Cybercast News Service

    In a speech delivered last month to commanders and other personnel in the Iranian Air Force, whom he described as "officials who have very sensitive occupations," Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei-Iran's Supreme Leader and commander in chief-boasted that Iran had enriched uranium 20 percent. At the same time, the Supreme Leader noted that his government had agreed to shut down its production of enriched uranium "for a while" in its effort to reach a deal with United States and other foreign powers that would include lifting the sanctions now imposed on his country.


  9. The Nuclear Club: India Welcomed, Iran ShunnedRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Common Dreams

    ... Robert Collier of the San Francisco Chronicle confirmed the consensus against nuclear weapons among the clerics of Qom, Iran. India did not sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in 1967. Seven years later, India conducted a nuclear test. The ...


  10. Why Would an Ayatollah Build Secret Uranium-Enrichment Facilities?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | Cybercast News Service

    But would Iran's Supreme Leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, build one? The answer: No, he has built at least two. On Sept.


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

    Wednesday Mar 4 | 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.


  12. Editorial: Netanyahu's Statesmanlike Warning On IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Investor's Business Daily

    Please enter the email address associated with your Investors.com account below and a temporary password will be emailed to you. rgent Call: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hit Congress like a hurricane, warning that America will be imperiled by the Iran deal President Obama seems ready to sign.


  13. No, Iran is not Nazi GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | The Times of Israel

    Alan Elsner, a former Reuters journalist and author, is Vice President for Communications at J Street, a pro-Israel, pro-peace advocacy group. He is the author of four books including two novels.


  14. Iranian Cleric Says 'Final Steps' Being Taken In Nuclear TalksRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 1 | Juan Cole

    Tehran's provisional Friday Prayers leader says the "final steps" are being taken in Iran's talks with six global powers aimed at reaching an agreement curbing Tehran's disputed nuclear program. Speaking to worshippers in the Iranian capital, Hojatoleslam Kazem Sedighi praised President Hassan Rohani for his management of the talks.


  15. Why Netanyahu's Speech Matters Matthew Continetti 7 hours ago The...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2015 | National Review Online

    The White House knows it. That is why President Obama does not want to subject an agreement to congressional approval, why critics of the deal are dismissed as warmongers, and why the president, his secretary of state, and his national-security adviser have spent several weeks demonizing the prime minister of Israel for having the temerity to accept an invitation by the U.S. Congress to deliver a speech on a subject of existential import for his small country.


  16. Iran not to allow enemies to use tool of sanctions in talks: RouhaniRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | Tehran Times

    TEHRAN Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has highlighted that the country's officials "seek to take away the tool of sanctions from the enemy through negotiations because sanctions are unjust, cruel and in contravention of human rights," reaffirming that "talks are the best way" to put an end to the Iranian nuclear standoff with the West. Addressing reporters in the central Iranian city of Qom on Thursday, Rouhani also added that the U.S. should take the necessary steps to correct the wrong steps it has taken in Iran's nuclear talks.


  17. Iran Launches 2.4 Billion Euro High-Speed Rail ProjectRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | Payvand News of Iran

    The construction of a high-speed railway, extending about 400 kilometers from Tehran to Isfahan, started on Wednesday. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani officially launched the project during a visit to the city of Qom, which is located between Tehran and Isfahan.


  18. Iran plans to become world's hub for Halal tourismRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2015 | Today.Az

    With the rise of numbers of tourists visiting Iran, the Islamic country plans to transform itself into the world's hub for Halal tourism, catering directly to Muslim families. Massoud Soltanifar, Vice President and head of the Cultural Heritage Organization said his government plans to expand Halal tourism and attract an anticipated 10-15 million visitors to Iran every year, Press TV reported.


  19. Rebels pose threat to nuclear dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | Sunday Herald

    Two issues of late have only served to further sour relations between the two leaders. The first was summed up by Susan E. Rice, President Obama's national security adviser who called Netanyahu's plans to address a joint meeting of Congress next week just a fortnight before the Israeli elections, as "destructive" to the fabric of US - Israeli relations.


  20. Iran adviser blames extremists for abusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 26, 2015 | The Daily Star

    A handout photo provided by the office of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani shows him praying at the Massoumeh holy shrine in the religious Shiite Muslim city of Qom, some 130 kilometres south of the capital Tehran on February 25, 2015. AFP PHOTO/HO/IRANIAN PRESIDENCY TEHRAN: An adviser to the Iranian president has admitted human rights violations are being committed in the Islamic Republic, blaming them on "extremist" members of the regime, newspapers reported Thursday.