Iranian Mullah regime threatens families of slain protesters

Bangladesh, Oct. 23 -- Iranian security forces have threatened the mothers and families of men and women who were shot and killed during nationwide protests in November 2019. In a tweet, the mother o... Read More

Iran endangering lives of children with COVID-19 vaccinations

Bangladesh, Oct. 23 -- No health authority worldwide has authorized the use of the COVID-19 vaccines in children under age 11 years so far, except China and Cuba. Yet, the Iranian regime is recommendi... Read More

Iranian nuclear deal is dead

Bangladesh, Oct. 23 -- It is time for the European Union and the three European signatories of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal to recognize that the agreement is beyond saving. Writes Alejo Vidal-Quadras ... Read More

Resistance units run a national campaign in support of Maryam Rajavi

Bangladesh, Oct. 23 -- On the anniversary of the introduction of Maryam Rajavi as the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) for the transition period, the Resistance Uni... Read More

History finds no evidence of any people, race, tribe or culture known as Palestinian

Bangladesh, Oct. 22 -- Unsurprisingly history finds no evidence of any people, race, tribe or culture known as Palestinian who attempted at any time to reclaim any lost land to any domestic or foreign... Read More

Under India’s leadership, a new anti-China triangle is expanding

Bangladesh, Oct. 22 -- Decades ago, Henry Kissinger thought of a triangle that would ensure a dominant world power. His strategic triangle features the United States, Soviet Union and China. But now, ... Read More

Fugitive terror-funder Shahid Uddin Khan plots creating ‘havoc’ in Bangladesh

Bangladesh, Oct. 22 -- Nefarious activities of convicted fugitive terrorist Shahid Uddin Khan, who has been living in the United Kingdom since 2018, wherefrom he and his family members along with thei... Read More

The radiant award-winning smile of Sheikh Russel

Bangladesh, Oct. 22 -- They say in every child there are the making of a saint, Sheikh Russel’s radiant award-winning smile alone would qualify him for sainthood, writes Sir Frank Peters It is always... Read More

Let our sympathy for the family of David Amess lead to ashtray

Bangladesh, Oct. 21 -- We can feel sympathy for the family of David Amess, but must not let that sympathy lead us astray, cause us to accept their request, well-meaning and wrong, that “whatever one’s... Read More

USSR murdered physically disables and war veterans

Bangladesh, Oct. 21 -- People who grew up in the USSR do not remember any wheelchair ramps or specialized restrooms designed for the disabled in Soviet cities. Disabled people were actually destined, ... Read More