The two nations’ foreign ministers met in Jerusalem ahead of the legation’s inauguration.
Armenia awoke on September 13, 2022 to an uncertain future after Azerbaijan attacked it in the dead of night.
“The No. 1 enemy of this country is the Zionist regime, whose national security doctrine includes the weakening and destruction of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” said Iranian political analyst Mostafa Khoshcheshm.
Today, April 24, is Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day, marking 106 years since the start of the Armenian Genocide,
Against the backdrop of a year largely characterized by the coronavirus pandemic’s darkness and despair, one uplifting storyline has been the unprecedented progress toward peace in the Middle East.
The GEN-M made an incredibly successful pilot last May at an orphanage in Bukhara housing 120 orphans.
Death as Punishment for “Disbelief in Allah the Great”: Muslim Persecution of Christians, February 2018
The jihadi assault on and massacre of Christians continued unabated throughout the Muslim word.
The event focused on the close relationship that Azerbaijan and Israel share, and how it should serve as a model for other Muslim nations.
As the anti-regime protests wind down in Iran, the White House said Jan. 10 that the U.S. is “deeply concerned” about reports that Iranian authorities have arrested thousands of citizens, with some purportedly being tortured or killed.
During Netanyahu’s meeting last week with Azerbaijan President Ilham Aliyev, the Central Asian leader revealed that his country has purchased nearly $5 billion in defense equipment from Israel.