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    چه فرقی بین چارلی ایبدو و سلمان رشدی؟

    اگر خمینی برای سلمان رشدی و ناشرین کتابش و همچنین برای زنی که تنها جرمش این است که الگوی خود…
    جولای 24, 2022

    «دفاع از حرم ۲»؛ جمهوری اسلامی ضلع سوم جنگ اوکراین؟ 

    مشروعیت دادن علی خامنه‌ای به آتش‌افروزی پوتین در اوکراین و فروش پهپادهای ایرانی به روسیه که در جنگ به کار…
    مارس 11, 2022

    بایدن و چهار پرونده متفاوت: اوکراین، برجام، رابطه با عربستان و قیمت جهانی نفت

    در عرض دوهفته از بحران اوکراین میانگین بهای نفت از حدود۸۰ دلار در هر بشکه به ۱۴۰ دلار افزایش یافته…
    ژانویه 24, 2022

    ۱۹دی: خامنه ای یادی از رفسنجانی نکرد اما مصباح را نام برد

    خامنه ای در ۱۹ دی امسال با تجلیل بسیار یاد و نام دو تن را که خود به آن ها…
    سپتامبر 16, 2021

    علی باقری: رشد بادکنکی

    اگر یک فوتبالیست در زمین فوتبال تجربه می اندوزد تا به تیم ملی دعوت شود و خلاف این مضحک است،…

     Iran’s revolution and Sayyid Qutb

    Sixth Finnish colloquium of MENA studies- Helsinki 9-10.12.2021 By: Hossein Alizadeh :Introduction Four years after the Caliphate's destruction in 1924, the Society of the Muslim Brothers (also the Muslim Brotherhood –al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun in Arabic–) was created by Hassan al-Banna (1906-49) in Egypt in 1928. When speaking at the fifth conference of the Muslim Brothers in Cairo, Hassan al-Banna clearly states that: "Some people think of us as a group of preachers, concerned only to call people to virtues and abstain from sins. Others believe it is a mystical trend. We are not any of those. We call to return for true Islam, which is a belief and application, a home and a nationality, a religion and state, a spirit and body, and a Quran and Sword."[1] However, a prominent figure in the Muslim Brothers whose thoughts more than al-Banna still influence the Muslim world is Sayyid Qutb. He joined the ...
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    Arab Middle East Partitioning

    Skes-Picot Agreement (1916) Taking Example of Berlin Conference (Nov. 1884 - Feb. 1885) By: Hossein Alizadeh ۶th: Finnish colloquium of MENA studies- Helsinki 9-10.12.2022 By: Hossein Alizadeh :Abstract History has all along documented the fact that borders have never been static. The outbreak of the First World War (the Great War) dramatically changed the political, social, and demographic landscape of large parts of the Middle East under the Ottoman Empire . The War erupted in July 1914 and terminated in November 1918 between the Allies Powers (also Triple Entente, mainly Britain, France, and Russia) and the Central Powers (mainly Germany, Austria-Hungary, and the Ottoman Empire). The end of the war brought about significant changes in the losers territories. As for the Ottoman Empire, at its greatest extent in the sixteenth century with almost 400,000 ml2 (1,036,000 km2), it was a significant military and transcontinental political configuration in three continents: namely ...
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    The Middle East New Caliphate: The utopia of pan-Islamic state

    Abstract: Among its many characters, the Middle East is characterized as a region of “uncertainty” meaning no one knows where it is heading. Now the vast and wide geo-political changes taking place in the ME as the aftermath of so called Arab Spring are entering the region into a new era where uncertainty remains. As a new parameter of such uncertainty is the appearance of ISEL. This is a phenomenon, we dare to say, no one could predict once Arab Spring sprang out. This paper is an attempt to find out the roots of ISEL’s proclaimed legitimacy; attracting many people around the globe to its proclaimed Islamic state. Key words: Caliphate, Islamic State, Umma, Shari’a, Political Islam, Arab Spring The Emergence of the Islamic State[1] reshaping the history of an entire region, if not an entire faith, has attracted much attention in the past few months with its remarkable military gains, brutal ...
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    The IRGC Caught in the CIA’s Trap

    Less than ten days after the US announced that two Iranian citizens linked to the IRGC were involved in an assassination plot against the Saudi ambassador to the US, the scope of this news intensified to include punitive action against the IRGC. The United Kingdom, Canada, and the European Union together have placed five suspects who are linked to or members of the IRGC (Mansour Arbabseer, Gholam Shakouri, Ghasem Suleymani, Abdolreza Shahlaei, and Hamed Abdollahi) under travel restrictions and investigation. These individuals’ assets have also been frozen. Although there are people who consider the accusations of the US deceptive, the fact that the US and its supporters (Canada and the EU countries) have taken a position in less than ten days categorically shows the power of the US to mobilize its supporters. Without doubt, the power of the US in mobilizing world opinion against the Islamic Republic will not be ...
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