Tunisians: "No to Returning Terrorists"

TUNIS-Hundreds of people have protested in Tunisia to express their strong dissent against the return of their compatriots who had fought alongside Takfiri terrorists abroad.

About 1,000 people, many wrapped in Tunisian flags, staged a demonstration in central Tunis, the country’s capital, on Sunday, chanting, “No to returning terrorists!” and “All Tunisians against terrorism!"

Crisis in Syria must end by Intra - Syrian peace talks

Beirut -Chairman of the Iranian Parliament Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy AlaeddinBoroujerd said on Saturday that crisis in Syria must end by Intra-Syrian peace talks.

Boroujerdi made the remarks in a meeting with Lebanese Parliament Speaker NabihBerri.

Boroujerdi said that the Islamic Republic of Iran believes in Intra-Syrian peace talks.

Iraqi Special Forces Liberate FourMore Districts in Eastern Mosul

Iraqi forces retake four neighborhoods east of Mosul, as part of the major operation to liberate the flashpoint northern city form Daesh terrorists, according to Press T.V.

The commander of Nineveh Liberation Operation, General Abdul Amir Rashid Yarallah, said government forces managed to liberate the neighborhoods of Atebba al-Oula and Atebba al-Thaniyah in the eastern quarter of Mosul,

Saudi Support for Terrorists Source of Mideast Chaos, Says Qassemi

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has dismissed the recent allegations leveled by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against Tehran, saying Riyadh’s support for terrorists is the source of chaos in the Middle East.

“Saudi Arabia has created chaos in the region through its organized support for Takfiri and terrorist groups,” Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman BahramQassemi said on Saturday.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman: Turkey’s unconstructive statements hinder political solution to the crisis in Syria

 

Tehran – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi on Wednesday called upon Turkish officials to take necessary procedures regarding the armed groups’ repeated violations of the cessation of hostilities agreement in Syria and avoid taking the stances which will not go with realities and stop accusing other parties.

He recommended Turkish officials that “If they are after establishment of lasting ceasefire and preparation of grounds for success of political dialogue to end Syrian crisis, as the party guaranteeing commitment of the armed groups to the cessation of hostilities agreement, they should take necessary arrangements and deal with the repeated cases of violation of ceasefire by the groups,” SANA reported.