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Who Are We?

 

Arabic Center for Iranian Studies is an Arabic, private, independent center that is not connected to any official or government agency.  The center follows events and developments that occur in the Islamic Republic of Iran in its primary language of Arabic.

 

The center is financed through membership fees and selling of its reports, analyses, and publications to interested individuals and organizations, press organizations, and research institutions.

 

The center aims to shed a larger understanding of events and developments in the political, social, and economic realms within the Islamic Republic of Iran.

 

 

 

About the Director

 

Mohammad Salah Sedghian is the founder and the current Director of the Arabic Center for Iranian Studies.  He has over 25 years of experience as a Political Analyst, Columnist, and a respected Journalist in Iran and Lebanon.  Since 1980 he worked with various print, television, and radio press outlets and has written countless articles and scholarly papers analyzing current events in the Middle East with a special focus on Iran and Iraq.  A life long political analyst and a scholar, he has extensive research in political formations and groupings in Iran from the period after the Islamic revolution in 1979 on to this day.  He is a foremost scholar on Iraqi politics with a special emphasis on the history and philosophy of Iraqi social movements during the Ba’ath regime.  Mohammad Salah Sedghian currently resides in Tehran. 

 

 

 

 

محمد صالح صدقيان

 
 
 
Mission Statement

 

It is clear that Iran is one of the large regional countries that is impacted by developments that occur in the Middle East.

 

Events following September 11, 2001 have raised Iran’s regional status as a clear regional power vis-à-vis regional security in specific. This has made Tehran’s vision for the region, be they security aims, political goals, or economic policies, to become of primary importance to understand for Arab policy makers, politicians, and intellectuals in lieu of this post-9/11 context.    

 

Tehran believes that its security is not circumscribed by its borders but rather transcends them. It also maintains that it is crucial to build a regional security alliance comprised of regional countries in order to fill the space currently occupied by foreign forces in the region. 

 

Within this context of increasing relevance of Iran and despite the substantial jump in the number and types of Arabic-language press that we have observed, including hundreds of TV stations, newspapers, journals, and magazines, a large reservoir of daily Iranian events remain uncovered within the Arabic world.  Perhaps, the biggest evidence for this is the presence of less than 15 Arabic correspondents representing all of the Arabic press of 22 different Arabic countries. This is especially astounding if we consider that based on some surveys, there are close to 100 Arabic satellite channels, excluding the tens of government-run channels, and thousands of daily, weekly, and quarterly press outlets. 

 

Thus we can summarize the importance of covering events in Iran by saying:

 

·         The Islamic Republic of Iran is considered to be one of the important regional actors, both in the policies it forwards, or its attitude to policies and proposals regarding the region presented by others.

·         There is a profound deficiency in understanding and a comprehensive coverage of events in Iran, in most Arabic media.

·         A large majority of both Arab leaders and the public lack an understanding of the details of what occurs inside Iranian decision making institutions.

·         There is a recognizable dearth in the Arabic world of centers or institutions dedicated to studying and researching Iran both politically and socially. 

 

Our objectives:

 

We found ourselves in an advantageous position as people who are residing in Iran and following it"s political, economic, social, cultural, and sports happenings - especially those that are related to issues in both Arabic and Islamic regions - to study and research these matters for an Arab audience.

 

The Arabic Center for Iranian Studies has created a comprehensive approach to pursue and study Iranian issues, namely:

 

·        Publishing a quarterly report outlining from an Iranian perspective important events and developments in different fields, be they inside or outside of Iran.

·        Tracking important daily news that requires the attention of Arab analysts.

·        Publishing weekly and monthly reports on the most important events in the Islamic Republic of Iran, with a specific focus on those events relating most directly to the Arab world.

·        Analyses of the perspectives of the Iranian press regarding domestic issues and those relating to the Arabic and Islamic world.

·        Publication of Iranian strategic perspectives that relate to the Arabic world and analyses of the point of view of decision making institutions in the Islamic Republic of Iran. 

·        Helping the Arabic observer to understand the Iranian paradigm and the nation’s plans and projects through which it hopes to coexist with its neighboring governments.

·        Reports on the development of Islamic thought produced by Iranian scholars and researchers.

·        Reports on cultural events and discourses occurring in Iran between Arab and Iranian scholars and intellectuals.

 

 

Throughout our work we are committed to:

 

1.      Professionalism, scientific scholarship, and objectivity in our research and reporting.  We will stay far from different political leanings and positions that are present inside of Iran, instead covering events objectively without taking the position of the source of events, and staying neutral throughout.

2.      We will stray from dangerous conspiracy theories, because such explanations have little basis in reality. Not only are they sophomoric analyses of regional events, they also do not help our work by hindering regional understandings between communities and collaborations between Muslim societies and governments. Iran, whether we like it or not, whether we agree with its positions or not, is a government in this region, and is the largest neighbor to Arab countries with its borders stemming from the tallest points in Northern Iraq and even the farthest point of the Omani coast.  Therefore a positive interaction with this government supports steady and consistent development in the entire region for both Arab and non-Arab governments.

Our scholarship remains distant from any Iranian political actor; we are not an official publication nor are we affiliated with the governmental actor. We will never take or support official positions unless they can be supported by evidence gathered through objective study and research.      

3.      And finally, our work remains without propaganda, and will not be used as a tool for propaganda by any actor because we aim to give a clear and real portraits of developments and occurrences in Iran. 

 

Remaining Independent

 

In order to remain independent we aim to be financially self-reliant. We will be supported by our membership and through the services that we provide globally through our website. 

 

Therefore, we hope that visitors to our website will look through our work and join us to benefit from our electronic journal, daily articles, reports, analyses, and daily news. In this way, we can all help to enable the Arab observer to understand important intellectual and political developments occurring in Iran


 

 

 

 

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المجلة

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