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The office of Iran’s ex-president has reacted to the recent criticisms against Ahmadinejad’s government over the mistakes that have allegedly led to a recent US court ruling to seize Iran’s assets.
Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s President, said, “After I leave Iran, I’ll surely come back and travel to Isfahan as a tourist. My recommendation to people is to not to ignore Isfahan as a tourist destination.”
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at a recent US court ruling to confiscate nearly $2bn of Iran’s property, calling it a clear example of theft and a big legal scandal, and stressing that no one can encroach upon the rights of the Iranian nation.
The fish kebabs are covered with onion and tomatoes. The smell wafts across the lake. The food in this part of the world is unbeatable.
“Many people are fond of Iran’s mountains, but still there are many others who don’t know how they can get there. They don’t even know that a journey to Iran’s mountains is much cheaper than many other countries.”
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday and picked headlines from 23 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Nasser Hadiyan, a professor at the University of Tehran, believes that the victory of US Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump would not be to the detriment of Iran, because he is a businessman with little international legitimacy. His comments were reported by Sharq daily newspaper and translated in their entirety by IFP.