- Sunday 1st of January 2017 09:56 PM
Hamed writes regularly the articles in English and French for Veteranstoday, cercledesvolontaires as well as Katehon founded by prof. Dugin. His articles on Major General Qassem Soleimani which has originally been written in English and French has also been translated in Spanish, Italian, Serbian, Portuguese as well as in Persian.
The french version of his article on Soleimani has been shared in facebook more than 300 times and more than 40 times in American social media
- Tuesday 20th of December 2016 12:08 AM
That’s a post of a friend which motivated to write this comment:
This case can be found in many Eastern societies & not only Muslim-majority countries!
That is intellectually problematic to have such a very simplistic analysis on such a very complicated social matter. Look at these western society & how the so-called sexual liberation led them to decline of all human values and particularly familial tradition values!
- Monday 19th of December 2016 02:18 AM
Public letter of a group of American and European academicians and media commentators to UNSG on Bahrain and the situation of the popular leader Sheikh Isa Qassim.
H. E. Mr. Ban Ki-Moon
Secretary General of the United Nations
Mr. Secretary General,
- Monday 19th of December 2016 02:11 AM
For years many of those Iranian citizens who were not familiar to politics, believed the Republicans are more dangerous than democrats but as recently Dr. Foad Izadi, the professor of American Studies of Tehran university pointed out in a TV interview that because of the verbal aggressively of neo-cons within the US as well as in the eyes of the so-called international community, that is more practical for democrats to convince both Americans and US allies in order to have an international consensus against Iran.
- Monday 19th of December 2016 01:28 AM
An Interview With Alexander Azadgan and Hamed Ghashghavi
[ Editor’s Note: Alexander and Hamed are VT contributors from opposite sides of the world, but have a common connection, their Iranian heritage.
The interviewer, journalist Reese Erlich, is making it in a corporate media which has nailed its doors shut to VT as we have been harsh critics over much of what they do, or don’t do. But he has enough independence to do an interview like this, where many would not. Congrats to him.