They are vehemently against abortion, they resist progressive woman's rights. They view homosexuality as a crime against nature and God, some advocate the death penalty as an option for it. Separation of Church and State is despised by these folks; they insist the nation is...
It's not the war in Iraq that's revolutionizing the Middle East -- it's the media. "Surprisingly, it may be this new public sphere, rather than the war in Iraq or the Bush's administration's democracy rhetoric, that does the most to promote liberalization and reform in the...
LONDON, January 18 (IranMania) - The 24th Fajr International Film Festival is to kick off at the Interior Ministry Hall of Tehran on January 19, which is the occasion of Id al-Ghadir, according to MNA.
Iranian actress Golab Adineh, filmmaker Khosro Sinaii, and composer Majid...
AP - Al-Jazeera on Thursday broadcast portions of an audiotape purportedly from Osama bin Laden, saying al-Qaida is making preparations for attacks in the United States but offering a possible truce to rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan.
The King of Pop Micheal Jackson has been reportedly shopping for a Real Estate in the Persian Gulf, sources says that the 47 year old, Jackson has been visiting the Middle East for a job in Bahrain as a consultant to a company that plans to put up entertainment businesses in...
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Reuters - The United States and the European
Union said on Wednesday they saw no point in holding further
talks with Iran over its nuclear programs and it was time for
the U.N. Security Council to tackle the issue.
AP - A man on a motorbike drove up to a crowd watching a wrestling match in an Afghan border town Monday, killing 20 people and wounding at least 30 others the deadliest in a recent spate of attacks.
Reuters - Iran on Monday banned CNN journalists
from working in the country after the broadcaster misquoted
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as saying Iran wanted nuclear
weapons, the ISNA students news agency said.
Reuters - Iran said on Sunday diplomacy was the
only way to resolve the impasse over its nuclear program but
that it would not reverse its widely criticized decision to
resume atomic research after a break of more than two years.
LONDON, January 14 (IranMania) - Iran threatened to stop cooperating with the UN atomic watchdog if its nuclear programme is referred to the Security Council, as the United States and European Union have...