This episode of The Debate discusses the International reactions to Donald Trump's presidency.
Over the past decade, Saudi Arabia has been the largest source of donations from Islamic states and royal families to cash-strapped British universities.
Myanmar’s Rakhine State, where Rohingya Muslims are mainly based, is one the poorest places on the planet.
This episode of The Debate discusses The Gambia’s crisis due to former President Jammeh’s refusal to leave office despite his election defeat.
It can be hard to admit to feelings of loneliness. It's not just an issue for the elderly - loneliness is rising among the young. So are we all destined to be lonely?
Are we about to witness fundamental changes in the United State? How is Trump going to lead America? And to what direction?
This episode of The Debate is about the achievements of Iran's nuclear deal a year after its implementation.
Third time truly was a charm for Ghana’s new president, Nana Akufo-Addo, who finally became the west African country's president after two previous failed attempts.
On Sunday, January 8, the news broke that Iran’s Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani had died of a heart attack.
This edition of The Debate is about Britain's exit from the European Union's single market.
US President-elect Donald Trump shows no signs of withdrawing from his stance to improve ties with Russia.
This episode of The Debate discusses the Egyptian court rejection of government plans to transfer two islands to Saudi Arabia.
In this episode of Food for Thought, Professor Tariq Ramadan talks about sharing common responsibilities.
We all admire the beauty of art because of our innate aesthetic awareness. Do you know what else we innately admire? Food and drinks.
This episode discusses Bahrain's heavy-handed security response to anyone who opposes its policies.
In their latest meeting with Trump, US intelligence officials informed the president-elect that Russia has what they called compromising information on him.
Prime Minister May distances London from Washington after US Secretary of State Kerry expresses strong disapproval of Tel Aviv policies.
The weeks to come will show how far the British prime minister is ready to keep her cards close to her chest.
This episode discusses the US Department of Justice's investigation into Chicago police conduct.
Trump is keen to please the Zionist lobby, but would he go as far as to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as Israeli capital?
Tel Aviv is angered by Washington’s rare decision not to stand in the way of an anti-settlement UN resolution.
This episode of The Debate discusses the growing diplomatic tensions between China, Russia and the US.
At first, it seemed like an ordinary defeat: in Gambia, President Jammeh initially accepted his loss, but then rescinded the announcement.
What does the outgoing US president leave as his legacy after eight years in power?
This episode offers a closer look at the US president-elect's appointments to key posts, many of which have raised eyebrows.
There are a lot of ways to deal with negative people, and in this episode of Press Plus we are going to learn about some of them.
According to new figures, the US dropped nearly three bombs every hour, 24 hours a day, in 2016.
This episode of The Debate is to discuss about Obama's hits and misses during his eight years in office as the US president.
A deputy leader of Libya’s Western-backed Government of National Accord (GNA) has tendered his resignation.
The 2016 Intl. Elecomp Exhibition in Tehran provided proof of the major growth in Information Technology in Iran.
This edition is about NATO flexing its muscles in Eastern Europe by massing military equipment near Russia's borders.
Tensions are escalating in Ivory Coast, where a mutiny launched by army officers has spread to several cities across the African country.
This edition examines allegations of Russian influence in the US presidential election.
There have been speculations lately about the poor health condition of the longest-reigning British monarch.
For Muslims, the Holy Qur'an is a miracle because it contains the exact words of God, as revealed to Prophet Muhammad.
This edition of The Debate is about the United Kingdom's 'divide and conquer' policy towards Muslim countries.
Just as we enter 2017, we look back at 2016. We are reminded of the double standards, contradictions, and absurdities we saw last year.
14 UN Security Council members voted against Israeli settlement expansions, with Britain playing a key role in outlining the draft, in a shift from its longtime strategy.
This episode examines US allegations of Russian hacking attempts and a campaign to influence America's presidential election.
It is becoming more obvious that Saudi Arabia has been given carte blanche to cause whatever destruction it wants in order to pursue hegemony in its neighborhood.
This episode of The Debate discusses what the future has in store for the US under Trump.
Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham were the main fighting forces in Aleppo and both had pledged to massacre Shias and Alawites.
The year 2016 was filled with severe political instability in the Middle East, which affected the respective economies.
What is your say on political events in 2016?
This episode discusses the latest attacks that shook Turkey to its core.
Negin Dadkhah is the only girl in Iran who has earned a medal in the inline speed skating championships.
No matter who you are, what your name is, where you came from, or how much wealth you have in your bank account, pain is a part of life that you will encounter at some point or another.
The US military had a busy year in the Middle East. But it’s now emerged that Africa has turned into one of the hot spots for the US military.
This episode of The Debate is about relationships between Israel and the Bahraini regime.
This edition of Africa Today looks back at the most important stories, events and developments in 2016.
From new startups to discovering renewable energies and robotic techs, Iran has been one of the leading countries and 2016 was not an exception.
This edition reviews the campaign promises made by US President-elect Donald Trump and whether or not he is going to reverse his positions.
US President Barack Obama last week announced a new set of sanctions
This edition of The Debate is about the threats that the rise of radical nationalism in Europe poses to the entire world.
As 2016 comes to an end, several top stories are expected to stretch into next year or even years to come.
As 2016 draws to a close, this year definitely had its economic ups and downs, more downs than ups unfortunately.
If you are fond of the Persian cuisine and want to learn more about it, join us for a glimpse into the Iranian culinary skills and food culture.
This episode takes a closer look at the spike in terror incidents that Turkey has experienced recently.
This episode of The Isle will review the major shifts in Britain's international policies in 2016.
There have recently been reports that Bahrain, along with a number of other Persian Gulf Arab states, is covertly seeking to normalize ties with Israel.
This episode will take a look at the question of whether US relations with China will take a new direction during Trump's presidency.
2016 has been another problematic year for Palestine.
Islam’s guidelines against racism have been stipulated in the Holy Qur’an. This program juxtaposes the religion’s anti-racist teachings with Western racial stereotypes.
This edition of The Debate is about the rising tensions in Washington-Moscow relations.
This edition of The Debate is a about a recent ceasefire deal in Syria.
Anger is a perfectly normal human emotion and when dealt with appropriately, it can even be considered a healthy emotion.
The art of carpet weaving in Iran originated more than 2,500 years ago. Persian carpets and rugs were initially woven as articles of necessity to cover the floors of nomadic tribesmen.
This episode of The Debate discusses the West's arms sales to Saudi Arabia amid the Arab kingdom's aggression against Yemen.
Among the highlights of politics in 2016 were a US-Iran naval incident, the implementation of the JCPOA, and Iranian parliamentary elections.
The outgoing UN chief warns of ‘genocide’ amid ongoing violence in South Sudan.
This edition of The Debate is about Israel's defiance against the UNSC resolutions.
One hundred anti-Semitic incidents reportedly occurred in the US during the 10 days following the country's presidential election.
This edition examines the latest remarks by US Green Party's Jill Stein about Washington's support for terrorists in different parts of the world.
This episode of Food for Thought discusses Muslims’ awareness and understanding of the importance of their religious and ethnic identity.
This episode discusses worries over the prospect of a renewed arms race triggered by US President-elect Donald Trump's latest nuclear tweet.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Saudi Arabia is “twisting” Islam and using proxies to fight its own battles in the Middle East.
This episode of The Isle reviews the highlights of the UK's internal affairs developments in 2016.
The foreign ministers of Russia, Iran, and Turkey met in Moscow to discuss the road ahead in Syria. An important party that was not invited was the United States.
This episode discusses the UN Security Council's latest anti-Israel vote, which condemned illegal settlements in occupied territories.
Donald Trump failed to live up to his promise to get rid of the Washington lobbyists and the Wall Street insiders.
On occasion, the concept of family, the bedrock of stability for some, can be a living hell for others.
This episode discusses the complete withdrawal of militants from the Syrian city after it was fully recaptured by the army.
Takfiri terrorists have been defeated in Aleppo. Jabhat Fateh al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham, the main fighting forces there, had both pledged to massacre Shias and Alawites.
This episode of The Debate is about a delayed vote on an Egypt-drafted UN resolution against Israel’s illegal settlements on occupied Palestinian land.
Learning to follow your intuition is crucial in leading a happy life.
Fariba Maghsoodi is the only woman calligrapher in the world who has written the holy Qur'an in the Nastaliq script.
When this photograph capturing the suffering of the Sudanese famine was published in The New York Times on March 26, 1993, the reader reaction was intense and not all positive.
Militants groups in Syria are on the back foot, but it would be hard expect their total annihilation as long as their foreign backers continue to support them.
A new report has hit headlines, unveiling US military’s agenda to increase cross border operations this time in Africa.
In this episode of Press Plus, we will learn some ways toward finding our hidden talents.
This episode of The Debate is about Saudi Arabia's relentless military aggression against Yemeni people and the humanitarian crisis in the impoverished country.