An Iranian lawmaker said on Sunday that a bill aimed at taking reciprocal measures against the recent anti-Iran congressional motion in the US will be submitted to the Parliament’s Presiding Board for discussion.
Parliament to debate bill against US sanctions
Several American and foreign organizations have criticized the US Supreme Court’s decision allowing parts of President Donald Trump’s travel ban to go into effect. They are urging institutions like the US Congress to take action to stop the implementation of this discriminatory act against Muslims.
US travel ban discriminates against Muslims: Author
Israeli fighter jets carried out a series of attacks against a number of Syrian military positions near the Golan Heights on Saturday after several mortar shells exploded in an open area in the occupied territory.
'Israel testing waters for full-scale attack against Syria'
The United States is violating the UN Charter and the International Criminal Court by conducting a war of aggression against Syria, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
US violates UN Charter with its war of aggression on Syria: Analyst
British media have censored the death of hundreds of people who have lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, a local resident has said.
London's Grenfell Tower blaze killed 500 residents: Local resident
Catherine Shakdam, the director of the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, believes Al Khalifah is a “puppet” of the Saudi regime, adding that it is using the same tactics employed by Saudi Arabia in order to quell pro-democracy demonstrations in Bahrain.
Bahrain's Al Khalifah puppet of Saudi regime: Analyst
Max Igan, a radio host and political commentator, believes the Qatari foreign minister's comments about Hamas being a “legitimate resistance movement” not a terror outfit are completely right, reasoning that the organization is resisting Israel’s policy of ethnic cleansing against Palestinians.
Qatar right about Hamas being legitimate resistance group: Commentator
‘We must not allow sides to use Iran’s card against each other’
The decision made by some Arab nations, including Saudi Arabia, to sever ties with Qatar is dominating headlines around the world. In an interview with Iranian website khabaronline.ir, former Iranian ambassador to the UAE and France, Hamid-Reza Asefi, discussed the outcomes of cutting ties between Doha and other Arab countries, as well as Iran’s stance on the issue. Asefi warned that the ongoing conflict is the tip of the iceberg, which could lead to dire consequences in the region. He said Iran should spare no effort to settle the crisis in a bid to prevent the escalation of tensions.
Asefi: Ongoing tensions among Arab nations, tip of the iceberg

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