A State Media: Rouhani Cannot Manage the Nuclear Deal

Editor 19 September 2017

Staff writer, SF

While Iran still faces crisis after the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a media affiliated with the Supreme Leader of Iran called for taking the nuclear files from Rouhani's government. The editor of the state-run Kayhan Newspaper, Hossein Shariatmadari wrote on the eve of Rouhani's travel to New York, "The harm caused by the JCPOA shows that the Iranian negotiators were not efficient enough to stand against the wills of the opponent, therefore, they gave concessions to the enemy."

New US policy on Iran to be Unveiled Next Month

Editor 18 September 2017

by Armin Baldwin

US President Trump will deliver his first United Nations General Assembly speech tomorrow. This gives him the opportunity to discuss his plan regarding the challenge of Iran. The plan has been described as a “21st century financial version of [John F.] Kennedy’s Cuba quarantine,” according to a copy leaked to the media.

Iraq Makes It Difficult for Iran to Continue Importing Goods and Services

Editor 14 September 2017

by Atousa Pilger

An insider from Iran’s Exporters Association has said that the country is slowly being expelled from the import market in Iraq. He said that the conditions for getting Iranian goods to Iraq are deteriorating, so much so that Iraq no longer needs Iran. He added: “Rather, it’s us who need them.”

Iran: President Trump Can Change Course of Foreign Policy

Editor 13 September 2017

Staff writer, SF

Last week, US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley made it clear that President Trump is not happy at all with the Iran nuclear deal. And with good reason – it is a deal that fails to address numerous very serious issues including severe human rights abuses, Iran’s spread of terrorism, Iran’s belligerence across the region, to name just a few.

Iran: Child Marriage Is Destroying Futures

Editor 12 September 2017

Staff writer, SF

Child marriage is a significant problem in Iran where girls as young as 10 are being forced into marriage. According to the Sharia-based law of Iran, the legal age for marriage is 13 for girls and 15 for boys. However, the father or legal guardian can give consent for them to marry at a younger age, and so can a judge.

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