IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, September 7, and picked headlines from 15 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Iranian newspapers widely covered a response by Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, to a letter by top Iranian Sunni cleric Sheikh Abdulhamid. In his response, the Leader urged all authorities to refrain from any discrimination against ethnicities and religions.
Another top story was the Iranian women who were not allowed to watch a FIFA World Cup qualifier between Iran and Syria in Tehran’s Azadi Stadium. A number of female lawmakers are going to question the sports minister over the issue.
President Hassan Rouhani’s remarks about the ongoing crisis in the Korean peninsula also received great coverage. Rouhani warned the US against threatening a country like North Korea which possesses nuclear weapons.
The world’s reactions to the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar also continued to be covered in Iranian papers today.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Female MPs to Question Sports Minister for Preventing Women from Going to Stadium
2- Iran Leader’s Response to Letter by Top Sunni Cleric
3- Zarif: Continuation of Nuclear Deal without US Not Impossible
1- Rouhani’s Second Cabinet: Conservative or Reformist?
2- President: Threat Should Be Removed from Global Interactions
3- Going to Stadiums among Women’s Civil Rights!
4- Zarif, Tillerson May Meet on Sidelines of P5+1 Meeting
1- Office of Iran Leader Responds to Sunni Cleric’s Letter
- Everyone Should Work Together for Honour, Dignity of Islamic Iran
2- End of 18-Year Separation between Gov’t, Municipality
- Najafi Attends Cabinet Session at Rouhani’s Invitation
3- Violent Face of Buddhism
1- Iran Leader: No Discrimination between Ethnicities, Religions
2- World Witnessing Forced Immigration, Genocide of Myanmar Muslims
1- Leader: Islamic Republic’s Authorities Urged to Avoid Any Discrimination between Iranians
2- Rouhani: Myanmar Gov’t Should Stop Brutal Crimes against Muslims
3- Haaretz: Israel Can Defeat Hezbollah Only in Drills
1- Education Ministry’s Report on Bus Crash: Driver Was First, Last Culprit
2- Women’s Employment Overshadowed by Men’s
3- New Chapter in Iran-Saudi Relations
1- Threatening Nuke Possessors Dangerous Game for Entire World: Rouhani
1- Rouhani: We Shouldn’t Allow Parties to JCPOA to Violate It
1- Rouhani: US Policy of Humiliation, Threat Won’t Work
2- Haley Preparing Grounds for Withdrawing from Nuclear Deal
1- Rouhani: Don’t Threaten, North Korea Cannot Be Joked with
2- Women’s Problems Hidden behind Doors of Stadiums!
3- De Mistura: Syrian Dissidents Should Know They Won’t Win the War
1- Int’l Immigration Organisation Warns of Dire Humanitarian Condition of Myanmar Muslims
2- Syrian Army’s Great Victory after Defeating Deir ez-Zor
1- US Helps ISIS Commanders Flee Deir ez-Zor in Two Heliborne Operations
2- US Confirms Iran Fooled by Nuclear Deal
- Haley: Even Iran’s Full JCPOA Implementation Doesn’t Mean Compliance!
1- US Seeks to Have Nuclear Deal Suspended
1- A Speech Worse than Silence: Aung San Suu Kyi Breaks Silence on Myanmar Events
1- Late Confessions of UN Envoy for Syria: Syrian Opposition Failed
2- Turkey’s Exports to Qatar through Iran