Content of a second letter Ayatollah Khamenei has penned to the youth in the West dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday.
Ettela’at: Imposition of Western culture on nations is like silent violence, said the Supreme Leader in a second letter to the youth in Western countries.
Some 1.5 billion Muslims are disgusted with those behind catastrophes like what happened in France, the letter read.
Abrar: A judicial official has said that there has been no travel ban on Saeed Mortazavi [who is on trial for corruption].
Afarinesh: Implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action will see ties between Iran and the European Union reach a desirable point, said President Rouhani.
Arman-e Emrooz: During a 17th hearing of the King of Forgery [a term used to refer to Babak Zanjani who is on trial for corruption], the defense called for the acquittal of his client.
Asrar: Factional goals should not be pursued at the expense of national interests, said Chairman of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
Asrar: The secretary of the Supreme National Security Council has conditioned the implementation of JCPOA on the closing of the possible military dimension (PMD) case.
Ebtekar: Today, terrorism is our common headache, said the Supreme Leader in a letter to the Western youth.
Ebtekar: Controversy in Yasouj
The daily features a report on attacks by hardliners against reformist gatherings.
Emtiaz: Two Iranian and Italian museums have signed a cooperation MOU.
Etemad: A second instruction
The bitter incidents that unfolded as a result of blind terrorism in France prompted me to write to you, the Western youth, once again, said the Supreme Leader in a letter addressed to the youth in the West. “Build the foundation of proper interaction with the Muslim world.”
Haft-e Sobh: Iranian fishermen who had been taken captive by pirates managed to kill three of their captors and took four others captive.
Iran: Some 370 Italian investors in Iran
In unprecedented talks, the two sides struck deals in automotive, banking and oil areas.
Javan: The secretary of the Supreme National Security Council has said that the IAEA will keep the door to JCPOA open by declaring the PMD case closed.
Jomhouri Islami: Foreign Minister Zarif has dismissed allegations about Iran’s past nuclear activities as invalid.
Kaenat: President Bashar al-Assad has praised the prudence of the Supreme Leader in supporting his country.
In a meeting with the Syrian president, an advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei said that Iran will firmly stand by the Syrians.
Kayhan: In a meeting with the Navy commanders, the Supreme Leader said that seas provide a perfect platform for cooperation with friends and confrontation with enemies.
Kayhan: In a letter to the Western youth, Ayatollah Khamenei dismissed abominable groups such as IS as being a product of a vain merger with imported Western culture.
Mardomsalari: The attorney general has said that the legal system will follow up the Mina tragedy in cooperation with the Executive.
Mardomsalari: The Navy has taken delivery of a large number of Ghadir Cruise Missiles.
Resalat: Tehran MP Ahmad Tavakoli has said that the new oil contract model clashes with our national interests.
Sayeh: Iranians will produce a proportionate response if the commitments of the other side are not honored, said FM Zarif.
Sharq: The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action won’t be implemented if the PMD case is not closed first, said Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi.