Iranian President Ahmadinejad will visit Egypt next month, accepting President Morsy's invitation to take part in the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation summit
Since the death of Shiite dissident Grand Ayatollah Montazeri, there is still no one in Iran to assume the role of spiritual authority of the reform movement.
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran has congratulated his Egyptian counterpart Mohamed Morsy for the “success” of the referendum on the country’s new constitution.
Exiles have found refuge in the West, where they can work, speak, and conduct research more freely. But what influence – if any – do they still have in Iran?
Shiite scholar Mohammad Mojtahed Shabestari, an influential reformist thinker, explains why there is no inconsistency between Islam and democracy.
Both Sunni and Shia preachers are propagating sectarian hate and exacerbating the divide between Islam's two major denominations.
Iranian experts and women's rights activists are engaged in a lively discussion about how gender equality and justice can be achieved in an Islamic context.
Iran's Foreign Ministry congratulated Egyptians over the victory of Islamist Mohamed Morsy saying the country was in the final stages of an "Islamic Awakening."
An increasing number of Muslim women are competing in sports — a look at the status quo and how Muslim women are breaking new ground.
The regime is undoubtedly satisfied with the outcome of recent elections in Iran. Reformers, on the other hand, have dismissed the elections as a farce.