Drowned Syrian boy in Iranian media

Iranian newspapers on Saturday brought into focus the horrifying image of a drowned Syrian child, Aylan.

The heartbreaking image of Aylan Kurdi, a Syrian Kurdish toddler whose body washed ashore on a Turkish beach as his family was trying to reach Greece, was on the cover of most of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.

 

Aftab-e Yazd:

May the house of the one who displaced you and threw you in the sea be laid in ruins.

A report by Aftab-e Yazd on the floods of reactions to the heart-wrenching image of the drowned Syrian child

 

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Ebtekar:

The world hears your voice: the world still in a state of shock for the eternal sleep of the Syrian child.

 

Ebtekaar

 


 

Etemad:

The world is filled with remorse for [what happened to] Aylan.

 

Etemaad

 


 

Farhikhtegan:

On an image which shook the world; the shock of Aylan.

 

Farheekhtegan

 


 

Ghanoon:

– Is it a human kid?

– No doubt! An animal never does such a thing to another animal!

 

Ghanoon


 

Iran Newspaper:

The world’s unshed tears for the little migrant

The image of a lifeless Syrian kid sparked in international circles a wave of anger at and protest against the Arab governments which support ISIL terrorists.

 

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Jahan-e Sanat:

Does the world’s conscience wake up?

Germany and France have called for binding refugee quotas [for EU members].

 

 

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Jamejam:

The crisis of conscience in Europe

 

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Javan:

A show of confusion by war-mongering people against refuge seekers

 

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Mardomsalari:

A painful scratch on the world’s forehead

The drowning of the Syrian child refuge-seeker has drawn anger across the world

 

MardomSalari


 

Siasat-e Rooz:

Genocide in the 21st century; Western countries continue their systemic killings of refuge-seekers.

 

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Vatan-e Emrooz:

The lullaby of death in the Mediterranean Sea

An image which shook the world and shamed Europe

 

 

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A desperate father tells about the tragic loss of loved ones

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