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Former Pres. Ahmadinejad Disqualified, Pres. Rouhani Approved to Run

The reason for the disqualification of Ahmadinejad as a repeat candidate is unclear.

Rouhani Wins Tehran in Iran’s Election for Assembly of Experts

The election results could portend a very powerful future for Iran's current president.

Iran’s Holocaust Denial Film Strikes Deep Chord

Iran is once again working hard to incite the haters of the world against global Jewry.

IranDeal Approved in Vote by Iranian Parliament

Iran's parliament has voted to approve the nuclear IranDeal.

Iran’s Rafsanjani Reiterates ‘Israel Will Be Wiped Off The Map’

Iran's Expediency Council head says Israel, an "alien presence" will be "wiped off the map" some day.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Nixing Terms for Nuclear Deal

Speaking Tuesday, Iran's Supreme Leader nixed the terms for a nuclear deal with world powers.

Pressure on Iran Picking Up to Sign a Nuclear Deal

Lawmakers in the US and European Union are ramping up pressure on Iran to sign a nuclear deal.

Head of Iran’s Top Clerical Body Dies

After lying in coma for months, 83-year-old Ayatollah Mohammad Reza Mahdavi Kani has died, Iranian media reported Tuesday.

A Week after Phone Call, U.S., Iran, Exchange Doubts

An Iranian news agency accuses Obama of being ordered around by Netanyahu.

Rouhani Says Ice Beginning to Break with the West, Bibi Not Impressed

The centrifuges keep on churning and Iran is putting together warheads.

Iran: Can Rouhani Deliver?

Rouhani's campaign symbol was a giant golden key that symbolized his ability to open locked doors, but now he may find it difficult to deliver on his promise.

Ayatollah’s Advisor: ‘Iran-Egypt Unity will Form Core of a Great Islamic Power’

The Mehr news agency reports that Ali Akbar Velayati, a senior advisor to Iran’s Supreme Leader, has said that Iran and Egypt are the...

Two Essays Explore Role of Anti-Nuke Fatwa in Guaranteeing Iran’s Nuclear Program Stay Peaceful

In their book "Nuclear Fatwa: Religion and Politics in Iran's Proliferation Strategy," published September 2011 by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (a think tank often described as being pro-Israel), Michael Eisenstadt and Mehdi Khalaji discuss the vital role religion plays in every aspect of Iranian politics, and the realistic prospects that a fatwa might influence nuclear policy.

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