IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Thursday and picked headlines from 10 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s warning to officials from P5+1 not to threaten the Iranians dominated the front pages of newspapers on Thursday. Also in the news was the call by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and various institutions on members of the public to turn out in droves for International Quds Day rallies on Friday (July 10).
Aftab-e Yazd: President Rouhani has said that he takes pride in the Iranian nuclear negotiating team.
Aftab-e Yazd: Will there be détente after 36 years?
The daily says there are speculations that Iran and the United States might resume diplomatic ties after a nuclear deal has been struck.
Arman-e Emrooz: Chairman of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani has not ruled out the possibility of the US reopening its embassy in Iran.
In an interview with The Guardian, the top councilor said that the world has concluded that it needs to engage in dialogue with Iran.
Arman-e Emrooz:We are victorious.
Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araghchi has said that the text of the final deal is all but complete.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has advised his negotiating partners from P5+1 not to threaten the Iranians.
Arman-e Emrooz: Foreign tourists can bring in as much as $34 billion in annual revenues.
That can help the country shed its staple economy title.
Etemad: President Rouhani has called on the public to turn out in force for International Quds Day rallies on Friday.
Etemad: A fateful 24-hour period lies ahead. In case Iran and P5+1 fail to strike a deal by early Friday, the US Congress will have 60 days, rather than the current 30, to approve or reject the deal.
Etemad: With record electricity consumption and a halt in power generation in hydroelectric plants, power outages seem to be inevitable.
Iran: “Time has come for interaction with the world,” said President Rouhani.
Iran: On Friday, the public will throw its weight behind Quds and the Palestinian cause.
Iran Daily: Rouhani: Muslims won’t forget the Palestinian cause.
Jamejam: Water shortage alarms have sounded in 547 towns and cities across the country.
Kayhan: Shiite and Sunni Muslims have taken part in unity prayers in Saudi Arabia.
Earlier, similar rituals had been held in Kuwait and Bahrain.
Kayhan International: Three-millennia-old Zarch Qanat to get world heritage status
Khorasan: Gold coin prices have fallen to 18-month lows.
Shahrvand: “In the early years of the revolution, no one dared to accept bribes,” said Ali Akbar Nategh Nouri, a former parliament speaker and presidential candidate.