A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on February 1

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IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, February 1, and picked headlines from 11 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Almost all newspapers today covered the remarks made by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani during his visit to the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini. Rouhani said people have every right to raise their protests and officials must listen to their criticisms.

Also a top story was the beginning of the 10-day celebrations of the 1979 Revolution’s anniversary, and the visit of Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, to the mausoleum of Imam Khomeini. 39 years ago, Imam Khomeini arrived in Tehran on February 1 to found the Islamic Republic. The country marked the victory of the Islamic Revolution ten days later.

Several papers also covered the dismissal of the governor of Golpayegan, a city in Isfahan Province, after a viral video showed him bullying a reporter.

The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:


Arman-e Emrooz:

1- Iran’s Leader Pays Tribute to Imam Khomeini ahead of Revolution Anniversary

2- Governor of Golpayegan Sacked after Insulting Reporter

3- Reformist Cleric: Try to Absorb Women, Not Repel Them

4- Rouhani: We Must Accept It Is People’s Right to Criticize, Protest



1- Rouhani: Previous Regime Didn’t Listen to People’s Protests

2- Save Afghanistan: 70% of Afghanistan under Influence of Taliban’s Overt Operation

3- Iran-China Trade: Prospect of a Business Full of Ambiguities



1- Rouhani: We Must Listen to People’s Voice

2- Economists against Car Manufacturers: Analyst

3- Gov’t Not Only Body that Must Listen to People’s Words: Reformist Figure



1- Rouhani: No One Can Prevent People from Raising Criticism, Protest

2- Sochi Congress Calls for Maintaining Syria’s Territorial Integrity, National Sovereignty

3- Interior Ministry: Only Political Groups Have Right to Hold Demonstration



1- Municipality Did Whatever It Could during Snowy Days

2- Governors-General Tasked with Controlling Market Prices ahead of New Year

3- Airlines Accused for Chaos in Airports



1- MPs’ Account of Their Visit to Evin Prison

2- Iran Parliament Passes Rouhani’s Budget Bill

3- Rouhani: Iranian Nation Will Never Back Off from Their “Islamic” “Republic”



1- Prosecutor General Harshly Criticizes Executives’ Mismanagement after Snowfall

  • Mr Official! If You Want to Make Money, Go Do Business!

2- Escaping from Deadlock of War to Disintegration of Yemen

3- Trump’s Speech of Ignorance: US President Raises Anti-Iran Allegations in State of Union Address


Jomhouri Eslami:

1- Iran Leader, Gov’t Renew Allegiance to Late Founder of Islamic Republic, Martyrs

2- UN Warns about Disastrous Situation of Gaza

3- Zarif: Trump Once Again Proved His Ignorance about Iran, Region

4- 251 Projects to Be Inaugurated in Industrial Zones, Towns

  • 9,000 Job Opportunities to Be Created during 10-Day Celebrations of Revolution



1- After 4 Years of Swearing at Critics, Rouhani Says We Must Listen to Critics!

2- Yemeni Think Tank Chief: UAE-Saudi Infighting in Yemen Just a Show

3- Parliament Passes Government’s Budget with Certain Amendments

  • Cash Subsidies Not to Be Cut, Fuel Prices to Go up Reasonably



1- A Revolution in Int’l Order

  • A Look at 1979 Revolution’s Impacts at International Level

2- Prosecutor General: Portal Launched for People to Sue Judges


Vatan-e Emrooz:

1- Europe’s Behaviour towards Iran Nuclear Deal

  • Project to Control Trump or to Threaten Iran?

2- 180 MPs Call on President to Be Accountable for Problems of Depositors

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