IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 15 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The martyrdom of Hossein Hamedani, an IRGC brigadier general who was in Syria in the capacity of an adviser, dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.
Ettela’at: Saudi Arabia’s support for IS terrorists is expanding.
The BBC has reported that Saudi Arabia is supplying advanced weaponry to Syrian terrorists to counter the Syrian government.
Ettela’at: Heavy rain and hailstorm have caused damage in several provinces.
Hailstones in Poldokhtar have shattered the windows of cars and houses, causing damage to farmland and orchards.
Ettela’at: Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah has described the Islamic Revolution and the Iranian Leader as a boon for Muslims.
The secretary of the Lebanese Hezbollah predicted that Saudi Arabia will suffer a heavy defeat in Yemen.
Ettela’at: Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani has been martyred in Syria.
Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani, a Revolutionary Guard adviser, fell while on assignment in the suburbs of Aleppo.
Ettela’at: The labor minister has said five million graduates will enter the job market.
Ali Rabiei further said that the country needs to create as many as 800,000 jobs a year.
Ettela’at: Tehran Symphony Orchestra has performed to honor the memory of Hajj pilgrims who died in the Mina tragedy in Saudi Arabia in late September.
Ettela’at: Five Palestinians have been killed in an attack by Zionist forces during the Palestinian Day of Rage.
Abrar: Iran has welcomed the recent call by Kuwaiti officials for regional dialogue.
Afkar: “After conquering Yemen, Saudi Arabia will set its sights on Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain,” said secretary of the Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei.
Aftab-e Yazd: It is much better it didn’t happen!
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Aftab-e Yazd: “With a negative report by the JCPOA Review Committee, they dealt a bad blow to the country,” said the chairman of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.
Arman-e Emrooz: “Embezzlement and mismanagement have delivered a heavy blow to the public and the country,” said Ayatollah Javadi Amoli, a source of emulation.
Asrar: The head of the Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization has said that some of the pilgrims killed in the Mina stampede are likely to have been buried on Saudi soil.
Asrar: “Iran comes first in the world when it comes to water tension,” said the director of the Environment Protection Organization.
Etemad: The number of individuals who won’t receive cash subsidies will increase to six million, said the minister of welfare, labor and social affairs.
Ghanoon: The heads of the three branches of government have offered condolences on the martyrdom in Syria of IRGC’s General Hossein Hamedani whose funeral will be held on Sunday.
Haft-e Sobh: Baran Kosari has cheated death.
The actress was involved in a horrible car accident in Tehran.
Hambastegi: The social atmosphere shouldn’t be dominated by security issues, said the grandson of the late Imam Khomeini.
Hambastegi: “We insist on acting in a way that will result in a change in the makeup of the future parliament,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a former vice-president.
Iran: A majority of MPs are determined to approve the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Jomhouri Islami: Rainstorms have ripped through parts of the country.
Kayhan: Parliament should not be fooled by generalization tactics to walk into the trap of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action; the daily features an analysis on the issue.
Mardomsalari: The managing director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines has said that Iranian ships are to dock in US ports.
Resalat: “In order to prevent the rise to power of incompetent individuals, there should be no leniency in screening the potential candidates,” said the intelligence minister.