A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on October 3

Iranian Newspapers Headlines
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 24 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Remarks by the Supreme Leader in a meeting with army commanders that the hostilities of the enemies will not go away even if Iran backs down dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.


Ettela’at: “You need to bolster the country’s power so that the enemy cannot even think of attacking Iran,” said the Supreme Leader in a meeting with Army commanders.

Ayatollah Khamenei further said that the enemy is seeking the surrender of the Islamic establishment, adding that hostilities will not become history even if Iran backs down.


Abrar: The Supreme Leader has told Army commanders that they should boost the country’s power so much so that the enemy does not dare to think of attacking Iran.




Afarinesh: A deputy foreign minister has said that Iran is not after politicizing the Mina tragedy.

Abbas Araghchi further said that Tehran is seeking accountability on the part of the Saudi government.




Afkar: A bitter shock for Iran’s football

The daily has taken a look at the untimely death of Hadi Norouzi, the captain of Tehran powerhouse Persepolis.




Aftab-e Yazd: “If Zarif does not apologize [for his handshake with the US president], we will impeach him,” said a number of MPs.




Arman-e Emrooz: New York diplomacy under the gun of Worriers [a reference to the supporters of former president who are critical of President Rouhani’s nuclear policies]

Efforts by Zarif in New York; mudslinging by the Worriers in Tehran

FM Zarif has been summoned to parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.

Arman-e Emrooz: The Worriers are given the cold shoulder by people

Distribution of illegal placards in Friday prayers




Asr-e Iranian: One-third of Iranian households have become one-child families.

The slow population growth, a serious threat to the country’s future




Asr-e Rasaneh: The minister of roads and urban development has said that Iran has plans to buy 500 planes in the next ten years.




Asrar: The secretary of the Expediency Council has said that Saudi Arabia had better take the Supreme Leader’s warning seriously.




Ebtekar: The tent of the Worriers outside parliament

The critics of the government are continuing their illegal gatherings.




Emtiaz: A Tehran air pollution prediction system will be inaugurated in the capital soon.




Etemad: Defense against Ahmadinejad

First Vice-President Eshagh Jahangiri has submitted to the court his defense motion against 12 parts of a complaint filed by the former president.




Hambastegi: The speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly has said that Iran’s pressures have forced Saudi Arabia to act accountably.




Hemayat: The Saudi withdrawal as a result of revolutionary diplomacy

The daily has taken a look at the aftershocks of the stern warning by the Supreme Leader to the Saudi government.




Iran: The Saudi message of condolences to the Supreme Leader, the Iranian people and government




Javan: The trial of Babak Zanjani [a young billionaire who is to be tried for massive corruption and embezzlement] will be held open.




Jomhouri Islami: The health minister has paid a visit to the venue of the deadly stampede in Mina.




Kayhan: “To concede does nothing to remove enmities,” said the Supreme Leader in a meeting with the country’s military commanders.




Khorasan: The transfer to Iran of the bodies of 104 Iranian pilgrims who were killed in the Mina stampede




Resalat: “Iran ranks third in the world as far as organ transplant is concerned,” said Dr. Ali Akbar Velayati.

Resalat: “The [nuclear] red lines set by the Supreme Leader will be taken into account when [parliament] decides on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” said Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.




Rooyesh-e Mellat: The interior minister has said that Saudi Arabia’s failure to accept responsibility is more painful than the Mina tragedy itself.




Roozan: The return of oil giants

Royal Dutch Shell and France’s Total are to build gas stations in Iran.




Setareh Sobh: Iran’s economy has started to experience a gradual boom.

The daily has conducted interviews with economic experts on the country’s economic situation.




Sharq: Confrontation between diplomats

A verbal conflict between Araghchi and the Saudi foreign minister






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