"The first victims of terrorism in the Islamic world are Muslims themselves," says The Official Site of Reza Pahlavi, the eldest son of Iran's last monarch, on Donald J. Trump's travel ban.
The new president of the Islamic Republic of Iran will be elected on May 19. Iran's Guardian Council will also vet the "ideological qualifications" of each candidate. Here is an initial overview of the candidates.
Hard-line ex-President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who ruled Iran for eight years, has been barred by the Guardian Council from running in next month's presidential election. His ally Hamid Baghaie has also been disqualified.
A judge in Hawaii has indefinitely extended an order blocking a ban on travel to the United States from six predominately Muslim countries. Critics of the ban say it is based on unconstitutional religious discrimination.
On May 19, Iranians will elect their next president. Once again, it will be a man. In an interview with DW, women's rights activist Mahboubeh Abbasgholizadeh says this has to change.
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