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History and profile
Resalat was first published in 1985. The paper belongs to the Resalat Foundation and focuses on political, cultural, social, economic and sports news. Morteza Nabavi is the editor-in-chief of the daily which has a conservative stance. Amir Mohebbian served as the political editor of the paper.
In its mission statement, Resalat declares that "The goal of the daily is to spread the words of God, and Ahl al-Bayt (Shia) school of thought in order to establish the God's will and governance of Fiqh and Vilayat-e Faqih." It is close to the Islamic Coalition Party.
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- About us Resalat
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- About Resalat
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