Islamic Human Rights and Human Dignity Day (August 3) in the calendar of the Islamic Republic of Iran is a symbol of the "expression of Islamic identity" by the Islamic community at the international level, particularly regarding human rights.
Francis Fukuyama’s book, “Identity: The Demand for Dignity and the Politics of Resentment”, is in critique of his previous book on the idea of “The End of History”. Fukuyama's main purpose in this book was to critically analyze President Trump's social and economic policies.
Signs of US decline were emerging even before Donald Trump took office. Meanwhile, his election as America’s 45th president can be considered a turning point in the collapse and isolation of the United States on the international stage.
Since King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud ascended the Saudi throne in 2015, Riyadh’s actions and decisions with regard to domestic and regional policies have been ambiguous. In other words, the Kingdom has failed to experience a calm day over the past three years.
July 3 commemorates the US Vincennes terrorist attack on Iranian passenger plane. The crime killed 270 innocent people. The terrorist operation ran counter against all the legal regulations, the explicit principles of the UN charter and the Hague charter.