Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has resurfaced, and his criticism of the current Iranian president has grown harsher with every speech. There’s even word that Ahmadinejad might try to get his old job back in the 2017 election.
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Rouhani will meet his Turkish counterpart Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, where the powerful neighbours are expected to discuss security concerns as well as trade opportunities.
He was referring to Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi, reformists held incommunicado since February 2011
Rowhani, 64, a former top nuclear negotiator who has championed more constructive engagement with world powers, won outright with 18.6 million votes, or 50.68% of those cast.
A letter sent by advisors to Iran’s Grand Ayatollah has offered to share scholarly advice with Egypt
By Nervana Mahmoud The extraordinary and well-organised funeral procession of the deposed Iranian Shah in 1980 marked the first state funeral to be held in Old Cairo in modern Egypt’s history. The Egyptian president Anwar Sadat had done his best to give the Shah a dignified burial. Sadat had chosen the beautiful Rifa’i Mosque, where …
Egyptian Shi’a differ from their Iranian counterparts, Ahmadinejad’s visit is a sign of penetration, says Shi’a spokesperson in Egypt
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad becomes first Iranian head of state to visit Egypt since 1979
The minister had proposed price hikes for a number of medicines but Ahmadinejad was opposed to the price rises and dismissed the minister
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected pursuing further sanctions during the visit of US Secretary of Defence Leon Panetta