- ... that the Russia–Syria–Iran–Iraq coalition may have been devised during a visit by Qasem Soleimani, the commander of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution's elite Quds Force, to Moscow in July 2015?
- ... that Larycia Hawkins, American professor at Wheaton College, was suspended after she wore a hijab and made comments regarding Christianity and Islam in December 2015?
- ... that many Iranian women chose not leave their houses, and a few even committed suicide, to avoid removing their hijabs due to Reza Shah's Kashf-e hijab decree?
- ... that Al-Shaykh Al-Mufid, a 10th-century Shia jurist and theologian, was said to be so persuasive in debate that he could convince his opponents "that a wooden column was actually gold"?
- ... that the number of disabled Iranian war veterans related to Iraqi chemical weapons is rising, and estimated to rival that of all the gas casualties in World War I?
- ... that the American policy analyst Gareth Porter, argues in his Manufactured Crisis that allegations of Iran's attempts to build nuclear weapons have been fabricated by Israel and the United States?
- ... that $100–$120 billion worth of Iranian assets are frozen around the world and the nuclear agreement will lead to the release of only about $30 billion of it?
- ... that Iran has accused Israel of being behind the assassination of several Iranian nuclear scientists?
- ... that Hassan Shateri (pictured), a senior commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards who had been an assassination target for some time, was killed in Syria in February 2013? (6,370 views)
- ... that Alexander Prokhorenko, a Russian special forces intelligence officer, called in an airstrike on himself when he was ambushed by ISIS during the battle to liberate Palmyra?
- ... that three Iranian diplomats and a journalist were kidnapped in Lebanon by Phalange forces almost 34 years ago, and their fate remains unknown?
- ... that after 12,000 Wahhabis from the first Saudi State sacked Karbala and killed at least 2,000 people, they left the city with 4,000 camels carrying their plunder? (5997 views)
- ... that Iranian filmmaker Morteza Avini, who was killed by a landmine in 1993, was named "the master of martyred literati" by the Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei?
- ... that al-Baqi cemetery, former site of the mausoleum of four Shi'a Imams (pictured), was leveled to the ground by Wahhabis in 1806 and in the mid-1920s? (7,738 views)
Mausoleum of four Shia Imams
- ... that the 1994 bomb explosion in the Imam Reza shrine in Mashhad left at least 25 dead and 70 to 300 injured?
- ... that according to a hadith by the Islamic prophet Muhammad, sadaqa removes seventy gates of evil? (8,882 views)
- ... that Sheikh Morteza Ansari's Makasib, authored more than 150 years ago, is still taught in Shia seminaries?
- ... that under the 1850–1903 Oudh Bequest, six million rupees were transferred from the Indian kingdom of Oudh to the Shia holy cities of Najaf and Karbala?
- ... that according to Haddad-Adel in The Culture of Nakedness and the Nakedness of Culture, differences between Western world Western clothes and those of Easterners reflect "divergent notions of humankind"?
- ... that the Iranian Prime Minister's office bombing in 1981 led to the death of the prime minister, Mohammad Javad Bahonar, and President Mohammad Ali Rajai?
- ... that Seyyed Abdollah Behbahani, a Shia theologian and leader of the constitutional movement, was assassinated in Iran and buried in Iraq?
- ... that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has been accused of plagiarizing his PhD thesis?
- ... that Nakhl Gardani (pictured) is a ritual in which a woody structure symbolizing Husayn ibn Ali's coffin is carried on the day of Ashura?
- ... that according to Rise and Kill First by Ronen Bergman, Israel has carried out at least 2,700 assassination operations in the 70 years since its founding?
Mustafa Tamimi moments before being shot by a tear gas canister