The Leader in meeting with the people from Qom:
“religious faith and knowledge,” “scientific power,” “resistant economy,” and “preserving national dignity” as the four main elements of the might of the country and the Iranian nation.
The Leader in meeting with top Basiji university students:
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei met with a group of scientific elites and medal winners from Sharif University of Technology on Monday. During the meeting, the medals won by the elites in national and international scientific competitions and olympiads were dedicated to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution
TEHRAN (Basirat)— A member of US Working Group for Peace and Demilitarization in Asia and the Pacific described the South Korean government as a “US satellite state”, noting that the East Asian state can become independent only when the US withdraws its troops from the country.
TEHRAN (Basirat)- Although Erdogan is trying to blame US-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen, Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) and Daesh for all the crises and security problems in Turkey, but the reality is that all Turkey’s security problems stem from the government’s wrong policies.
TEHRAN (Basirat)- Contrary to what is often believed, US direct military presence and offensive approach under Trump, the same as Bush era, will provide the Islamic Republic of Iran with more opportunities not threats.
TEHRAN (Basirat)- If Trump’s central plank of foreign policy is to create a security mechanism in the region, it should come to realize that Iran has the upper hand and exerts a great deal of influence there. Washington should know that imposing new sanctions on Iran based on the US structural principles is contrary to the JCPOA's spirit. This could draw Iran's response at the regional level.
TEHRAN (Basirat)- Iran should inform other parties about its decision. As the first step, it can suspend the voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol, then the Islamic Republic, due to the failure of other parties to honor their commitments, can resume its peaceful nuclear program under the supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and increase its uranium enrichment capacity to 190,000 SUW (separative work units) within two years.