Agha Hussain is a Research Analyst at the Institute of Regional Studies, Islamabad, Pakistan, as well as an editorial contributor to the websites Eurasia Future and Regional Rapport. His writings have a particular focus on Middle Eastern affairs and history and Pakistan's foreign policy.
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Anti-War. Anti-Sanctions. Pro-Peace. Yes to satire & culture. RT displayed on 👇
Leave it to the Iranian foreign minister to find the most apropos Rumi quote the day after…. https://twitter.com/JZarif/status/1311305340017954817
"Let’s pray to God for respect and civility in their place
Since those who lack them lose out on His Grace,
It’s not as though it’s just themselves they harm,
They set the world on fire, disrupt the calm."
Commemorating International Rumi Day
As pertinent today as 800 years ago
Okay, for those of you wondering - did Joe Biden really drop an “inshallah” with the appropriate sarcastic usage?
Yes, he did. I confirmed with his campaign - that is indeed what the man said. https://twitter.com/danielghajjar/status/1311121819093565441
Here it is: Joe Biden saying inshallah #Debates2020
Since ancient times, Azerbaijan was used to refer ONLY to Iranian Azerbaijan (Atropatene). What is now the Republic of Azerbaijan was called Arran (Albania) and Shirvan. The very name Azerbaijan means “protector of fire,” an ode to their Zoroastrian heritage.
Wall Street Journal, care to comment!? https://twitter.com/ivan8848/status/1309506715184959496
F-16 and Su-30 aircrafts of Venezuelan Air Force accompany the second Iranian oil tanker the Forest
US has applied so many sanctions against Tehran that has totally lost its news value in Iran
Dear Dr. Mossadegh,
It's 2020. Things are pretty bad here. A comedian named Maz Jobrani is signing open letters to the UN asking it to intervene in Iranian national sovereignty for the sake of Iranian national sovereignty. Please send help.
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