The issue of Jerusalem al-Quds has remained a top story in almost all Iranian newspapers on Sunday. Several papers covered the isolation of the US in a meeting of the UN Security Council, where all member states condemned Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the Israeli regime’s capital and relocated the US embassy to the city.
Iranian papers also covered other figures’ reactions to the controversial decision, particularly the remarks made by IRGC Chief-Commander Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari and the global protest rallies held in various parts of the world in support of Palestine.
Another top story today was the visit of UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to Tehran and his meetings with top Iranian officials.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- US Left Alone: UN Security Council Denounces Trump’s Decision
2- Johnson Underlines Full Implementation of Iran Nuclear Deal
1- Abbas: US No Longer Qualified to Oversee Mideast Peace Process
1- IRGC Chief-Commander: Jerusalem Al-Quds to Become Zionist Regime’s Grave
1- Analysts Describe Johnson’s Visit to Tehran as Both Serious and Important
2- Why Should Iran Cooperate with Britain? [Editorial]
1- British Foreign Secretary Meets Iran’s Zarif, Larijani, Shamkhani
- Johnson Underlines Full Implementation of Iran Nuclear Deal
1- Moderation Using Shoulders of Reformism as Ladder for Progress
2- Imam Khomeini’s Grandson Urges All Muslims to Support Palestinian People’s Resistance
3- Special Trip of “Mr Blonde” to Tehran
1- Johnson in Tehran: London Fully Committed to Iran Nuclear Deal
2- In Unexpected Move, US Warns Saudi Arabia over Warmongering in Yemen
1- UNSC Formation Changes to 15-1: All UNSC Member States Criticize Trump
1- Political Celebrities Replacing Parties These Days
1- British Agent, with a Red Dossier, Looking for Queen’s Spies
1- Worldwide Protest Rallies against US President’s Anti-Islam Decision
2- Iran’s Pharmaceutical Exports Increase
3- Iran Achieves Technology of Producing Nuclear Batteries
1- British Foreign Secretary: A Debtor Posed as a Creditor in Iran!
2- Fourth Intifada: People in the World Do Whatever They Can for al-Quds
3- Tunisian Top Cleric: Al Saud Serving Zionists; After Al-Aqsa Mosque, It’ll Be Turn of Mecca, Medina
1- Decrypting Johnson’s Red Dossier: What Are Five Key Issues Pursued by British FM in Tehran?
1- Senior Cleric: Al-Quds Not to Become Centre of Satanic Rule
1- Reformist Party: Al-Quds Will Definitely Be Liberated by Muslims
2- Britain on Path of JCPOA
1- Reformists Concerned about Delay in Fulfilment of Rouhani’s Promises
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