Published September 04, 2013
President Obama is hoping that limited military strikes against the Iran-backed Syrian regime in response to their use of chemical weapons will communicate a strong and clear message to the increasingly emboldened Iranian regime.
Published August 26, 2013
An Iranian appeals court overturned the petition of the Iranian American Pastor held in Iran for his Christian faith, and refused to reduce his 8-year prison sentence, according to his family and lawyers.
Published August 25, 2013
As their nation descends into violent chaos, Egyptians are increasingly blaming the Muslim Brotherhood, despite attempts by the Islamist group to scapegoat Christians and the military, according to several sources who spoke to FoxNews.com from Cairo.
Published August 12, 2013
Westerners hoping Iran’s new president will help lead Tehran in a more moderate direction won’t find much support in the cabinet Hasan Rowhani has assembled.
Published August 03, 2013
As a new president prepares to take the reins in Iran, there is both hope the pariah nation will show a new willingness to help ease nuclear tensions, and cynicism that the new boss will resemble his predecessor.
Published July 14, 2013
Egypt’s Muslim extremists, angry over the ouster of Mohammed Morsi from the presidency, have zeroed in on the nation’s Christian minority, scapegoating them even though the Islamist leader was widely unpopular.
Published July 04, 2013
The U.S. State Department has quietly offered to enter into bilateral talks with Iran based on “mutual respect,” according to an interview an American diplomat gave to the Islamic republic’s state-run media.
Published June 17, 2013
The victory of a moderate cleric in Iran’s presidential elections may ultimately prove disappointing to those hoping for a thaw in the Islamic Republic's relations with the west.
Published June 14, 2013
Friday’s presidential elections in Iran came amid an atmosphere of resignation, in sharp contrast to the energy and hope that characterized the 2009 vote that sparked the so-called Green Revolution.
Published June 13, 2013
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s far-reaching tentacles have once again reached U.S. cities, where it has set up polling sites for Friday’s presidential election, hoping to get the participation of Iranian Americans.