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Tehran Times

The Tehran Times (TT) is the Islamic Republic of Iran’s first English daily newspaper, which began its work in 1979 to air the voice of the Islamic Revolution. The daily’s general policy was based on Ayatollah Beheshti’s statement: “The Tehran Times is not the newspaper of the government; it must be a loud voice of the Islamic Revolution and the loudspeaker of the oppressed people of the world”.



Bolton MEK Damaged US Economy in Billions

Posted on: 2019/09/15

Martin Love, Tehran Times, September 15 2019:…  With Bolton fired this week, and some saner names being suggested as a replacement, one can only hope that Trump is beginning to realize that if he wants to MAGA, it will be impossible if he caters to Neocon madness. Under the spell of these American traitors, who are mostly Zionist in orientation, Trump hit Iran with the worst economic sanctions ever imposed on anyone short of outright military attack. And the thinking was that Iran would do the bidding of Pompeo and Bolton, which was way off the mark, and even farther off the mark succumb to the overthrow of the Islamic Republic in favor of the MEK, which is a whacko terrorist organization. Bolton MEK Damaged US Economy in Billions 

MEK ISIS Terrorist forces are used by Enemies. Iranian officials 

Posted on: 2019/08/30

Tehran Times and Tasnim News, Tehran, August 29 2019:… Rouhani visit took place on Government Week. It commemorates the late President Mohammad Ali Rajaei and Prime Minister Mohammad Javad Bahonar along with other government officials who lost their lives in a terrorist bombing by MKO (also called MEK) in Tehran on August 30, 1981. Larijani also warned against the enemy’s plot to employ the terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO or MEK) and the Daesh (ISIS) forces against Iran, urging the intelligence forces to keep a close watch on their activities. MEK ISIS Terrorist forces are used by Enemies. Iranian officials 

MEK phone spying doesn’t signal popular support in Iran

Posted on: 2019/07/28

Tehran Times, July 28 2019:… Government spokesman Ali Rabiei draws a parallel between the MEK’s false belief that it had popular support in Iran when it launched attack on Iran in late July 1988, and the U.S. withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement, which President Rouhani has attributed to Washington’s false belief that the Iranian people were fed-up with the system. MEK phone spying doesn’t signal popular support in Iran