Iran

The Grand Mufti of Saudi Arabia has declared chess haram — but he needs to remember that the game was born in the Muslim world

IS is just the latest in a long line of Islamist terror groups to attack France. But a study of military history shows how it can be destroyed

The President’s supporters call the nuclear agreement his most significant foreign policy achievement. They are right — but for the wrong reasons     

‘Europe must force Iran to rethink its support for Assad, the main cause of Syrian misery and the migration crisis’

“The Obama White House has bought into Iran’s narrative that there is a convergence of interests over Islamic State in Syria and Iraq”

‘In Syria and Iraq my enemy’s enemy is not my friend, not even by the wildest stretch of the imagination’

The secret relationship of Israel and the Kurds

From Syria and Iraq to Iran and Pakistan, Christians and other minorities are being persecuted by Islamists. Can they be stopped?

As the UN and the US cosy up to Iran and allow Assad to stay in power, Israel’s leader will go his own way to save his country

Iran’s new president is seen by many as a moderate. In fact he is an unrepentant hardliner