• Multipolar world on Iran’s side

    Multipolar world on Iran’s side

    Aug 15, 2019 09:32

    Many people in the West are gradually beginning to understand that the days of the unipolar world are numbered, a unipolar world the United States has been recklessly dominating for the past number of years, using nothing but brute force and military conflict in an attempt to impose its world order on other countries.

  • Real danger in Persian Gulf lies not on the water but below it

    Real danger in Persian Gulf lies not on the water but below it

    Jul 05, 2019 09:02

    As the world seems preoccupied with the rising tensions in the Persian Gulf because of the meddling of the US and its acts of sabotage against oil tankers that pollute the waters, the ecology of this fragile waterway presents an alarming picture of the problems that could be multiplied.

  • The instigators of a Persian Gulf crisis

    The instigators of a Persian Gulf crisis

    Jun 25, 2019 16:58

    In his article for Asia Times, titled “The Instigators of a Persian Gulf Crisis”, Rannie Amiri has focused on the real perpetrators of the tanker sabotage in the Gulf of Oman.

  • Oman – not like the rest of the Persian Gulf Arab nations

    Oman – not like the rest of the Persian Gulf Arab nations

    May 25, 2019 18:46

    Everyone who visits this once ‘hermit Sultanate’ could easily testify: Oman is ‘different’ from the other countries of the Persian Gulf Region. Its people are warm, talkative and proud. Despite the fact that Oman is poorer than Bahrain or Saudi Arabia, it actually feels richer, because there is no extreme misery there; the citizens are clearly well taken care of.

  • Fujairah oil tankers blasts consequence of playing with fire

    Fujairah oil tankers blasts consequence of playing with fire

    May 13, 2019 16:52

    A series of deadly blasts in the UAE port city of Fujairah has been described by Iran’s English language daily ‘Kayhan International’ in its Viewpoint Column on Monday, May 13.

  • Rise of Turkey-Iran-Qatar axis makes Saudi Arabia furious

    Rise of Turkey-Iran-Qatar axis makes Saudi Arabia furious

    Mar 28, 2019 14:15

    The regime in Riyadh thought that with the support of fellow reactionary regimes in Abu Dhabi and Manama, and with the blessings of Washington, it would isolate Doha and force Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Aal-e Thani into submission, but much to its detriment the opposite has happened.

  • Persian Gulf pirate coast’s preposterous lies against Iran

    Persian Gulf pirate coast’s preposterous lies against Iran

    Mar 05, 2019 21:41

    It has become a sort of disease for some spurious states to target the Islamic Republic, at the behest of their masters in the West, and label all sorts of accusations against Iran, as was evident recently at the foreign ministerial meeting of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

  • Iranian islands of Persian Gulf (26)

    Iranian islands of Persian Gulf (26)

    Jul 10, 2018 14:07

    Today, we pay a visit to Qabr-e Nakhodaa Island.

  • What is behind Britain’s return to Persian Gulf?

    What is behind Britain’s return to Persian Gulf?

    Dec 26, 2016 21:24

    Britain, which had withdrawn its occupation forces from the Persian Gulf in 1971, but had treacherously handed over the Iranian islands of Bahrain to the Aal-e Khalifa pirate family to repress the local people, is now trying to sneak into the region through the offspring of the agents London had installed in power and creates spurious entities for them like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, etc. Here is a special feature titled “What is behind Britain’s Return to the Persian Gulf.

  • Mayday! post-Brexit Britain courts Persian Gulf despots

    Mayday! post-Brexit Britain courts Persian Gulf despots

    Dec 10, 2016 20:00

    With Britain’s post-Brexit economic outlook uncertain, Prime Minister Theresa May was doing her best to drum up trade prospects in the Persian Gulf. But her assiduous courting of the monarchs and emirs in what is perhaps the most despotic region in the world spells, ironically, a Mayday distress signal for an intensification of conflict and human rights violations.