Drowned Syrian boy in Iranian media

Syrian boy

Iranian newspapers on Saturday brought into focus the horrifying image of a drowned Syrian child, Aylan.

The heartbreaking image of Aylan Kurdi, a Syrian Kurdish toddler whose body washed ashore on a Turkish beach as his family was trying to reach Greece, was on the cover of most of Iranian newspapers on Saturday.

 

Aftab-e Yazd:

May the house of the one who displaced you and threw you in the sea be laid in ruins.

A report by Aftab-e Yazd on the floods of reactions to the heart-wrenching image of the drowned Syrian child

 

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Ebtekar:

The world hears your voice: the world still in a state of shock for the eternal sleep of the Syrian child.

 

Ebtekaar

 


 

Etemad:

The world is filled with remorse for [what happened to] Aylan.

 

Etemaad

 


 

Farhikhtegan:

On an image which shook the world; the shock of Aylan.

 

Farheekhtegan

 


 

Ghanoon:

– Is it a human kid?

– No doubt! An animal never does such a thing to another animal!

 

Ghanoon


 

Iran Newspaper:

The world’s unshed tears for the little migrant

The image of a lifeless Syrian kid sparked in international circles a wave of anger at and protest against the Arab governments which support ISIL terrorists.

 

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Jahan-e Sanat:

Does the world’s conscience wake up?

Germany and France have called for binding refugee quotas [for EU members].

 

 

JahanSanat


 

Jamejam:

The crisis of conscience in Europe

 

JaameJam


 

Javan:

A show of confusion by war-mongering people against refuge seekers

 

Javan


 

Mardomsalari:

A painful scratch on the world’s forehead

The drowning of the Syrian child refuge-seeker has drawn anger across the world

 

MardomSalari


 

Siasat-e Rooz:

Genocide in the 21st century; Western countries continue their systemic killings of refuge-seekers.

 

SiasatRuz


 

Vatan-e Emrooz:

The lullaby of death in the Mediterranean Sea

An image which shook the world and shamed Europe

 

 

VatanEmruz

 


 

A desperate father tells about the tragic loss of loved ones

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Fatemeh Askarieh is an Iranian journalist working on a range of fields including culture, art, lifestyle, cultural heritage, and tourism. She has been working with the Iran Front Page (IFP) Media Group for 10 years, and is currently the head of the Art and Lifestyle Department.

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