Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Major General, Dr. Seyed Hassan Firouzabadi, on the birth anniversary of Holy Prophet of Islam Hazrat Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and the Unity Week said Wednesday that 'Today we need to draft the unity roadmap, based on well recognition of our enemies, wise pathology, establishment of ties among the followers of Islamic schools of thought.
Almost one year after the Egyptian revolution, the new President Mohamed Morsi has been trying for a while to take Egypt back to its past position in the Arab world and the region. Active presence in regional meetings held to discuss the ongoing situation in Syria as well as efforts made by Morsi to promote the country’s diplomatic relations with the littoral states of the Persian Gulf have been among regional steps taken by the Egyptian president in this regard.
Two years have almost passed since the first uprising of the brave people of Bahrain against the ruling minority. Since 14th February 2011, when these uprisings began, the people and political activists of Bahrain have suffered all kinds of inhumane suppression including murder, torture, rape, prison, exile, threat, ....
The heads of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council gathered this week in Manama, the scene of popular protests during the past two years, to hold their 33rd summit. This summit was held under conditions where the arrival of the wave of popular Arab uprisings at the southern shores of the Persian Gulf cannot be denied.
EARLIER this month, Aqeel Abdul Mohsen, 19, was shot in the face for protesting against Bahrain’s government. He was covered in blood, with the lower side of his face blown open, his jaw shattered, and a broken hand hanging awkwardly from his wrist.
The Bahraini regime has revoked the citizenship of 31 opposition activists, accusing them of being threats to state security.
Every once in a while, the officials of the Zionist regime talk about the threat of Iran for the Persian Gulf littoral states; thus, the statements made by Mr. Netanyahu in encouraging the Arab states to enter the struggle against Iran is not a new matter.
The Arab Spring can be seen as a turning point in the regional balance of power of the Middle East. Previously, the “balance of power” was determined at the level of classic players—the states—and therefore was easier.
Kuwaiti authorities are considering bringing troops into the capital Kuwait City, to bring calm amidst protests against the regime. It's thought the army may be involved in the security opposition to contain a march, set to take place on Sunday.