Category: The Iranian File


An 11-year-old Muslim Canadian school girl has expressed horror after her hijab was repeatedly cut by a male assailant while she was walking to school with her younger brother. A Toronto police spokeswoman announced on Friday that the assailant had […]


Videos show protesters chanting ‘Death to the dictator’ and ‘Death to Rouhani’ Police said 52 people have been arrested as riot police fired tear gas into crowds In one clip, mullah is chanted at aggressively as he walks through angry group […]


  The United States is doing more to help than prevent Iran’s rise For its tough talk, the U.S.’ policies have left vaccums for Iran to fill In Iraq and Syria, Iranian influence grows while U.S. soft power fades The […]


  The head of the IAEA confirmed Iran is in compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal Trump had previously claimed Iran is violating the deal IAEA will continue to monitor Iran’s compliance with stipulations made by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of […]


By Ayse Humeyra Atilgan The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Friday that Iran was “subject to the world’s most robust nuclear verification regime.” According to a written statement by IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano: “Iran is now provisionally implementing […]


Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived Wednesday in the Iranian capital Tehran for an official visit. He was welcomed at Mehrabad airport by Iranian Minister of Industry, Minerals and Trade Mohammad Shariat Madar, along with the Turkish Ambassador to Tehran […]


  Erbil’s Moment Despite nearly unanimous disapproval from the international community and even its closest ally, the United States, Iraqi Kurdistan is voting in a poll to move towards independence from Iraq. Although the vote is nonbinding and only serves […]