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  • Afghan mullah offers ancient wisdom to youths on Facebook

    Afghan mullah offers ancient wisdom to youths on Facebook
    For years, said Mohammad Sajad Mohseni, a 63-year-old mullah, young Afghans took one look at his salt-and-pepper beard, white turban and coral-colored prayer beads and dismissed him. "They just saw me as another mullah," Mohseni said. But that changed...
  • Muslims are their own worst enemy: My Word

    Muslims are their own worst enemy: My Word
    Is it any wonder that an overwhelming majority of Americans of all backgrounds continue to support Israel until a more constructive and positive Palestinian Arab leadership emerges to accept the olive branch of peace offered on numerous occasions?...
  • Obama reportedly sought Khamenei's aid in fighting Islamic State

    The White House declined to comment Thursday on a news report that President Obama has secretly written to Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei seeking his help in fighting the militant group Islamic State and in reaching a nuclear agreement....
  • U.S. negotiations with Iran are a dangerous farce

    U.S. negotiations with Iran are a dangerous farce
    Having missed a July deadline for reaching an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program, the six world powers party to the talks -- the United States, Russia, China, France, United Kingdom and Germany -- have set November 24 as their new deadline. ...
  • What is Iran hiding? Nuclear secrets.

    International nuclear inspectors reported Friday that Iran still won't answer their questions about its past nuclear weapons research. It won't grant inspectors access to military sites. It won't allow inspectors to interview key nuclear scientists....
  • The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark

    The serious 'Rosewater' started out as a lark
    It was easy for Maziar Bahari and Jon Stewart to laugh now. They were sharing a table in the shade of oak trees at the annual film festival here, where their movie, "Rosewater," had just screened to five sellout audiences over Labor Day weekend. An...
  • Jerusalem remains relatively calm on Friday amid heavy security

    Jerusalem remains relatively calm on Friday amid heavy security
    Amid heavy security and restricted access to a key holy site, Jerusalem remained fairly calm Friday, Citing efforts to reduce unrest around the Temple Mount, police restricted access to the Al Aqsa mosque to Muslim men over age 35. Young men barred from...
  • Since Sochi games, Russia has gained territory, but not many tourists

    Since Sochi games, Russia has gained territory, but not many tourists
    Who’s itching to visit Russia right now? Anybody? Less than nine months after the Sochi Winter Olympics -- which were supposed to usher in a new era of tourism for that region and Russia as a whole -- the flow of Americans and other foreigners...
  • From Iran to Irvine: Women's foundation grows, inspires

    From Iran to Irvine: Women's foundation grows, inspires
    It was supposed to be a one-time conference celebrating Iranian-American women of all ages by showcasing their success in this country and detailing their career paths. That was Mariam Khosravani's plan in 2011. But the conference sold out. The...
  • White House says Iran policy unchanged; declines comment on letter

    White House says Iran policy unchanged; declines comment on letter
    White House spokesman Josh Earnest said on Thursday that the United States' policy towards Iran has not changed. Earnest was responding to questions about a letter reportedly sent from President Barack Obama to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah ...
  • Iranian website reports U.S. giving ground on nuclear centrifuges

    Iranian website reports U.S. giving ground on nuclear centrifuges
    The Obama administration has agreed to allow Iran to operate 6,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium, up from a proposed ceiling of 4,000 reported two weeks ago, as part of negotiations for a nuclear deal, according to a website approved by the Iranian...