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Special case study on Iran’s missile uprising – part 1
The Iraqi Ba’ath party’s missile attack on Iranian cities during the Iran-Iraq war provided the first idea to launch a missile unit during the war. That initial idea has been expanding ever after until today. Therefore, the Islamic Revolution Document Center has created a special case study to analyze the conditions of the Islamic Republic’s first missile step.
News ID: 47    Publish Date : 2015/10/27

While Western countries keep saying that Iran is keeping active military presence in Syria, Tehran has on numerous occasions denied the accusations and said that the country only provides President Bashar Assad with military consultation.
News ID: 46    Publish Date : 2015/10/27

After 100 years, the borders defined for Middle Eastern countries have met serious challenge with the emergence of new-fangled groups such as the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
News ID: 55    Publish Date : 2015/10/19

The Iranian parliament (Majlis) on Tuesday passed a bill on the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). This will open the way for the government to try cooperation with the group 5+1 (the US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany) which is aimed at trust building with the world powers through limiting the country’s nuclear program in return for the removal of international sanctions.
News ID: 60    Publish Date : 2015/10/14

Following the Islamic Revolution, the West tried to be a hurdle against the progress of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Therefore, it tried in different occasions such as the Mykonos restaurant assassinations, military threats in the nuclear case, attempt to restrict Iran’s missile power, etc. to weaken Iran. But since all these attempts failed in the face of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s staunch positions, the West has always failed to meet its goals.
News ID: 61    Publish Date : 2015/10/12

After the crane crash in Mecca this year which led to the death and injury of hundreds of pilgrims of the House of God, there were numerous speculations about the incident and its causes. At last, the issue was closed by putting the blame on sand storm and the demonstrations were ended. Creating excuses for this managerial scandal had not subsided yet when another bitter incident, on the day of the Eid al-Adha once again put Muslims in mourning suit. But this time again, Saudi officials cited natural factors such as the heat, the large number of the pilgrims, and lack of order among the pilgrims as the main causes counting for the incident in their helpless effort to find excuses. Despite these, historical records indicate that there have been numerous instances of Saudi mismanagement in holding the Hajj ritual. In many such cases, such as the slaughter of Iranian pilgrims in 1988, it is evident that the event has been quite willful.
News ID: 67    Publish Date : 2015/09/27