We thank Trump for exposing the reality of the U.S -Ayatollah Khamenei

The Iranian nation will respond to Trump's words in a demonstration on February 10th: they will exhibit the stance the Iranian nation takes when threatened. On the anniversary of the commanders of the Army Air Force's historical allegiance with Imam Khomeini (Homafaran Allegiance), formed February 8, 1979, a group of commanders and officials from the Army Air Forces met with Ayatollah Khamenei this morning, February 7, 2017. In this meeting the Leader of the Revolution stated: "The new U.S. president says Iran should thank Obama! Why?!

Prominent Bahraini cleric released after 6 month in jail over Diraz protest

The Bahraini authorities released on Friday (February 3, 2017) Sheikh Mohammad Al-Shahabi after spending 6 months in prison over taking part in Diraz protest held against the decision that revoked the citizenship of the highest religious leader, Ayatollah Sheikh Isa Qassim.

Al-Shahabi was arrested among others over the charge of taking part in Diraz protest on June 20, 2016 and he is the first one who was released. The Appeals court had surprisingly commuted Al-Shahabi's sentence from 2 years to 6 months in prison.

Ayatollah Khamenei paid tribute to Imam Khomeini and Revolution's martyrs

On the occasion of Fajr 10-Day in Commemoration of the victorious Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khamenei visited Imam Khomeini's (ra) tomb this morning--Wednesday February 1, 2017--to pay tribute to the founder of the Islamic Revolution by performing prayer and reciting fatiha.
Next, Ayatollah Khamenei visited the tomb of the former chairman of the Expediency Council, the late Ayatollah Rafsanjani, and sought God’s forgiveness, mercy, and compassion for him.

THE NATION'S EDITORIAL: Free El-Zakzaky Now!

Editorial frum The Nation Newspaper

It is sometimes difficult to understand the vision and goals of the Buhari administration. The depth of comprehension of the democratic order by key officials of the government is also questionable. Had the Attorney General of the Federation lived up to his responsibility as Chief Law Officer of the Federation and Legal Adviser to the President, the rough edges around interpretation of the law and the executive’s relationship with the other two arms of government could have been prevented.

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