Iranian filmmaker tells Haaretz why he gives women more credit than men and how the desire for change sometimes leads to disaster.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tweets that 'designating women as goods' is 'most probably' a Zionist plot 'to destroy human community.'
Rejecting Netanyahu's Purim analogy, Javad Zarif says Iran saved Jews three times in history; Netanyahu responds: 'Who are they kidding?'
Rejecting Netanyahu's Purim analogy, Ali Larijani says the prime minister 'has read neither Torah nor history.'
Despite sanctions and threats from the U.S., Iran’s Revolutionary Guard continues to test ballistic missiles in the country’s central desert.
The man is accused collecting information on a professor at a university in Paris, the former president of the German-Israel Society and others in Western European countries.
Prime minister stresses continued threats from Iran at memorial marking 25 years since attack on Israeli embassy in Argentina.
Israel tried for several years to press Putin to delay the shipment of the S-300, which is capable of simultaneously tracking and striking multiple targets.
Meeting with Israelis, let alone visiting their country, is considered an offense in Iran that could have severe repercussions. Iranian dissident musician Shahin Najafi is pleased to break the taboo.
Speakers at Tehran confab, at a time when hopes for a two-state solution wane, stress Tehran's support of Palestinian struggle – a cause of concern among Fatah leaders in Ramallah.