A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on July 13

Iranian Newspapers Headlines
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 21 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Nuclear talks at home stretch and the guesswork on whether a deal is achieved by the July 13 deadline dominated the front pages of all Iranian newspapers on Monday. Also in the news were the mass resignation of 18 MPs from Fars Province in protest at the government’s appointment of a new governor general and reactions by some dailies which described the deputies’ move as an attempt at blackmail.

Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on July 13

Ettela’at: “Ideology cannot be passed along unless through convincing,” said the Supreme Leader at a meeting with a large number of university students.

“The reason why global bullies show hostility toward the Iranian people is the failure of the Islamic Republic to recognize a system built on domination,” Ayatollah Khamenei further said.





Afarinesh: “[Nuclear] talks are moving forward,” said Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.




Afkar: As many as 203 Iranian MPs have appreciated the resistance of the country’s negotiators in nuclear talks.




Aftab-e Yazd: “I made good on my [election] promise,” said President Rouhani [about the settlement of Iran’s nuclear case and a possible deal between Iran and P5+1].

Aftab-e Yazd: Open meddling by Iranian MPs in governmental affairs

The daily has published a special report on the “theatrical” resignation of Iranian deputies representing Fars Province.




Arman-e Emrooz: The spokesman of police force has said that the law enforcement forces are ready for the celebrations people are likely to hold for a nuclear deal [Iran and P5+1 will clinch on Monday].

Arman-e Emrooz: Mass resignation to pile pressure on the government

As many as 18 MPs representing different cities in Fars Province have submitted their resignation to parliament’s Presiding Board in protest at the appointment of a new governor general for the province.




Asrar: “We are trying to win all 30 Tehran seats in parliament,” said Mohammad Reza Aref, a reformist.

Asrar: The fateful day

Nuclear talks have reached the final stop.




Ebtekar: Ali Motahari, a Tehran MP, has asked the government not to back out.

Motahari made the comment in reaction to mass resignation of deputies representing Fars Province in the Islamic Consultative Assembly.

Ebtekar: The president has communicated a piece of legislation which obliges the government to safeguard the country’s nuclear rights and achievements.




Emtiaz: Women account for 37 percent of panhandlers in the country.

An official with the State Welfare Organization of Iran has given a report on how beggars are being sheltered in the country.




Etemad: Partner-less loneliness of Netanyahu

The world is waiting to see a nuclear deal clinched [between Iran and six world powers] and Israel is worried about the victory of diplomacy [over confrontation].

President Rouhani: I have lived up to my promise as far as the nuclear issue is concerned.

FM Zarif: Extension is no option.




Ghanoon: Readiness for nuclear celebrations

“We stand by people,” said the police spokesman.

Ghanoon: “Adeal will help nuclear joy continue [in the country],” said Director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Ali Akbar Salehi.




Hambastegi: “The number of female breadwinners rises by ten percent each year,” said the head of the State Welfare Organization.




Hamkari-e Melli: A big decision at the final stop of nuclear talks

A meeting was held between [representatives from] Iran, the US and Europe to put the finishing touches [to a nuclear deal].



Hemayat: “The fight on colonialism is the essence of the Islamic Revolution”.

Remarks by the Supreme Leader have been covered by foreign media.

Hemayat: Nuclear guesswork at the final stop




Iran: The seal of approval by Baharestan [a Tehran street where the parliament building is located] on the performance of the nuclear team

Iran: “Up to five million foreign tourists visited Iran in the March 2014-March 2015 period,” said the deputy chief of the Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization for tourism affairs.




Kayhan: “Agreement within the framework of the Lausanne document spells a failure,” the daily wrote in its analytical report on what will come out of nuclear talks in Vienna.




Mardomsalari: A member of parliament’s Energy Committee has said that the number of oil derricks which went missing [when Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was president] is more than what has been announced previously.



Rah-e Mardom: “The government has skillfully held talks with world powers,” said President Rouhani.




Resalat: “Those who sparked the 2009 events [a reference to two presidential candidates who disputed the election result and triggered unrest in the country] are not trustworthy,” said Ayatollah Khamenei.




Setareh Sobh: Behind the scenes of the resignation of 18 MPs from Fars Province

The deputy interior minister has said that the government’s pick to take over as Fars governor general has managerial experience.

Setareh Sobh: A diplomatic smile

The daily has described FM Mohammad Javad Zarif’s signature smile as diplomatic in its special report on nuclear talks at the final stop.




Shahrvand: A few steps away from a [nuclear] deal




Sharq: Appointment in Shiraz; Protest in Baharestan

Sharq: The Day of Major Event

The 12-year-old nuclear challenge comes to an end on Monday.






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