A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on September 1

Iranian Newspapers Headlines
Iranian Newspapers Headlines

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 30 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

The comments of the president in condemnation of terrorism and those of the judiciary chief about social and cultural issues dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday.


Ettela’at: President Rouhani has called on the world nations to form a united front in the fight against terrorism.

Speaking at an international congress on those who have been martyred at the hands of terrorists, the president said those who choose to walk down the path of terrorism view peace, dialogue and understanding as treason and opt for violence and extremism.


Abrar: The spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said that implementation of Iran’s commitments and the lifting of sanctions [under the Vienna accord] will get underway in mid-October.

Abrar: Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Araghchi has said that presentation of a bill to parliament on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is not expedient.

Abrar: “Iran is not waiting for the termination of sanctions [to do its business],” said Takht-e Ravanchi, a deputy foreign minister.




Afarinesh: “Terrorism won’t be eliminated as long as it remains a tool in the hands of major powers,” said President Rouhani.

Afarinesh: South Africa acts as a go-between for talks with an American oil giant.




Afkar: Iran is to build two new power plants with the assistance of Russia.




Aftab-e Yazd: Ayatollah Rafsanjani has told Foreign Minister Zarif he should not allow the extremist measures of a minority bunch to dampen his enthusiasm.




Arman-e Emrooz: “You will go down in history,” said the chairman of the Expediency Council at a meeting with Foreign Minister Zarif.

Arman-e Emrooz: Ali Larijani, the confidant of Iranian politics

Will the reformists stretch out a hand of friendship to Larijani?

Arman-e Emrooz: The minister of culture has said that segregation of men from women in concerts is unacceptable.

Arman-e Emrooz: More than 13,000 religious preachers and elegists have been trained to promote anti-addiction measures.




Asr-e Rasaneh: Imports of drinking water from overseas have become a serious option.




Asrar: “The decisions of the Guardian Council can be critiqued,” said the spokesman of the council.




Ebtekar: President Rouhani has said that extremist groups see their death in balloting boxes.




Etemad: “Refusal to purchase locally-manufactured cars is sinful,” said the minister of trade and industries.

Etemad: “Members of the Guardian Council should not support electoral candidates,” said the spokesman of the council.

Etemad: Ayatollah Rafsanjani has praised the services of Foreign Minister Zarif.




Ghanoon: The father of Ruholamini [who died in Kahrizak detention facility] has appealed the verdict that acquits Saeed Mortazavi [who stood accused of being an accessory to the murder of his son].




Haft-e Sobh: Ali Tabatabaei, a 32-year-old actor of small- and big-screen, has died of a heart attack.




Hamshahri: The longest subway line in the Middle East is to be inaugurated in Tehran.



Hemayat: “We won’t bow to the US on the back of a deal [a reference to the Vienna nuclear accord],” said Saffar Harandi, a member of the Expediency Council.

Hemayat: “The Iranian judicial system does not need American prescriptions,” said the judiciary chief.

He said the American-style justice supports the Zionist regime which does not hesitate to kill children.

Ayatollah Sadegh Amoli Larijani also urged prosecutors across the country to take on cultural abnormalities.



Hosban: Iranianpolice have seized more than 240 tons of illicit drugs this year [started March 21, 2015].




Iran: There has been a deadly fire at an animal shelter.

Iran: “Those who support terrorists are bound to be burned in the fire they help light,” President Rouhani said.




Javan: Rouhani: The US and Europe are sponsoring terror in the world.

“The US and Europe keep silent in the face of a terrorist grouping and support a terrorist regime. They offer refuge to ill-famed terrorists. How can one fight terrorists like this?” the president said.




Jomhouri Islami: “All buildings illegally constructed in Heyran Village will be pulled down,” said the director of the Land Affairs Organization.

Jomhouri Islami: Foreign investors will make their way into the Iranian stock market as of next season.




Kaenat: India is after $3 billion presence in Iran’s petrochemical industry.

Kaenat: “The country’s nuclear activities won’t stop,” said the Iranian nuclear chief.




Kayhan: Smuggled medicinal drugs worth $81 million have been seized; 90 smugglers have been arrested.

Kayhan: In the post-deal era, Obama seeks to complement old sanctions with new ones!




Khorasan: “The campaign not to buy brand new locally-manufactured cars amounts to betrayal to national production,” said the industry minister.




Mardomsalari: Iran is to invest $60 billion in development of South Pars, the largest shared gas field in the world.




Qods: “The Palestinians should take part in a referendum to choose their government,” said Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani.



Rah-e Mardom: “Inflation will have slipped into single digits by the end of the government’s term in office in 2017,” said the economy minister.

Rah-e Mardom: Is that so, Mr. Minister?

The industry minister has slammed as anti-revolutionary those who do not want to buy Iranian-made cars.




Resalat: “The Unity of Nation Party does not have a license to operate,” said the spokesman of the Interior Ministry.




Rooyesh-e Mellat: The president has criticized the international community for its silence in the face of Zionists.

Rooyesh-e Mellat: With just three more senators on board, Congress would not be able to override the president’s veto of its rejection of the Iranian nuclear deal.

Rooyesh-e Mellat: Yemen is only one step away from a human catastrophe.




Setareh Sobh: The judiciary chief has said some Tehran streets are more like fashion houses than streets.



Sharq: The judiciary chief has called on officials not to take the cultural onslaught of the enemy lightly.

Sharq: The vice-president for legal affairs has said the first vice-president is ready to mount a defense after the former president pressed charges against him.




Sobh-e Eghtesad: “The hostility between Iran and the US won’t be resolved through dialogue,” said the commander of the Basij force.




Taadol: “Land prices increased 9-fold during the tenure of the previous government,” said the minister of roads and urban development.



Emad Askarieh has worked as a journalist since 2002. The main focus of his work is foreign policy and world diplomacy. He started his career at Iran Front Page Media Group, and is currently serving as the World Editor and the Vice-President for Executive Affairs at the Iran Front Page (IFP) news website.


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