A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on May 30

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Newspapers today covered the latest developments in Arab countries’ ties with Saudi Arabia, particularly Qatar’s refusal to follow Riyadh’s anti-Iran policies.

The remarks made by Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi in reaction to international developments also received great coverage.

President Hassan Rouhani’s rival Ebrahim Raisi’s remarks against the government and its alleged electoral offences were also a top story today.

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



1- Mattis: War against N. Korea Will Be Disastrous

2- Iran Leader Donates 313 Million Tomans [$84,000] for Release of Prisoners

3- 3,000 Iranian Women Still Held Captive by ISIS

4- New York Times: Trump Interested in Doing Business with Iran

5- Oman FM: We Don’t Pay Attention to Iran-Saudi Row in Our Ties with Tehran


Aftab-e Yazd:

1- Rouhani’s Gov’t against Reformist MPs

  • Why Rouhani’s Ministers Are Trying to Dissolve Reformists’ Coalition in Parliament


Asr-e Rasaneh:

1- Korea Starts Production of Its Cars in Iran

2- Export of Iran’s Soil Prohibited by Parliament

3- First New Oil Contract to Be Signed by End of Rouhani’s First Term



1- Factions in Iran Are Parties Indeed

2- Ridiculous Claims against Zarif

  • Iranian FM Reacts to Hard-Line MP’s Allegation [that Zarif has promised to hand over General Soleimani to US]




1- Merkel: US Not Trustworthy, We Should Stand on Our Own Feet

2- New York Times: US Not Capable of Resolving Mideast Crisis without Iran

3- 25th Int’l Quran Exhibition Opens in Tehran

4- Logistic Town of Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Airport to Be Built


Haft-e Sobh:

1- A Report on Six Iranian Fishermen Lost in Kenyan Waters



1- First VP: Government Successfully Passed Test of Iran Elections


Jame Jam:

1- Al Saud’s Worn-Out Iranophobia Scenario Fails Once Again

  • Qatar, Oman, Iraq, Lebanon Refuse to Follow Riyadh’s Anti-Iran Policies



1- Rouhani’s Gov’t to Quintuple Cash Subsidies for Poor People Using Existing Resources!

  • Rouhani Had Frequently Criticized Increase of Cash Subsidies in Debates

2- US on ‘Zero Line’ of Clash with Resistance Front

  • Iraq’s Popular Forces Advance to Syrian Border

3- Raisi: New Sanctions Was Response to Domestic Signals




1- It’s Not People’s Right to Know!

  • From New Sanctions to Delivery of Free Gas to Turkey

2- Iraqi Popular Forces Make Progress in Western Mosul, Arrives at Syrian Borders

3- Pakistan May Leave Saudi Coalition in Yemen



1- Europe, US on Path of Separation

  • Merkel: US No More a Reliable Partner for Europe

2- Raisi: Electoral Offences Unprecedented

  • I Urge Guardian Council, Judiciary to Protect People’s Votes

3- Qalibaf: We Never Should Stay in the Past as We’ll Lose Both Present, Future




1- Ayatollah Noori Hamadani: Government’s Justifications about 2030 Document Unacceptable

2- Judiciary Chief: After End of House Arrest [of opposition figures], Judiciary Will Prosecute Them

3- Trump’s Stances Are False, Irrelevant: Iran

4- Riyadh: Centre of Terror, Violence in Mideast

  • Al Saud’s Gradual Movement towards Collapse



Rooyesh-e Mellat:

1- North Korea Insults China: Trump, in Reaction to Pyongyang’s Missile Test

2- Al Khalifa Should Know Its Crackdown on Bahrainis Will One Day Backfire: Iran


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