A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Nov. 30

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Content of a second letter Ayatollah Khamenei has penned to the youth in the West dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday.


Ettela’at: Imposition of Western culture on nations is like silent violence, said the Supreme Leader in a second letter to the youth in Western countries.

Some 1.5 billion Muslims are disgusted with those behind catastrophes like what happened in France, the letter read.


Abrar: A judicial official has said that there has been no travel ban on Saeed Mortazavi [who is on trial for corruption].




Afarinesh: Implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action will see ties between Iran and the European Union reach a desirable point, said President Rouhani.




Arman-e Emrooz: During a 17th hearing of the King of Forgery [a term used to refer to Babak Zanjani who is on trial for corruption], the defense called for the acquittal of his client.




Asrar: Factional goals should not be pursued at the expense of national interests, said Chairman of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.

Asrar: The secretary of the Supreme National Security Council has conditioned the implementation of JCPOA on the closing of the possible military dimension (PMD) case.




Ebtekar: Today, terrorism is our common headache, said the Supreme Leader in a letter to the Western youth.

Ebtekar: Controversy in Yasouj

The daily features a report on attacks by hardliners against reformist gatherings.




Emtiaz: Two Iranian and Italian museums have signed a cooperation MOU.




Etemad: A second instruction

The bitter incidents that unfolded as a result of blind terrorism in France prompted me to write to you, the Western youth, once again, said the Supreme Leader in a letter addressed to the youth in the West. “Build the foundation of proper interaction with the Muslim world.”



Haft-e Sobh: Iranian fishermen who had been taken captive by pirates managed to kill three of their captors and took four others captive.




Iran: Some 370 Italian investors in Iran

In unprecedented talks, the two sides struck deals in automotive, banking and oil areas.




Javan: The secretary of the Supreme National Security Council has said that the IAEA will keep the door to JCPOA open by declaring the PMD case closed.




Jomhouri Islami: Foreign Minister Zarif has dismissed allegations about Iran’s past nuclear activities as invalid.




Kaenat: President Bashar al-Assad has praised the prudence of the Supreme Leader in supporting his country.

In a meeting with the Syrian president, an advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei said that Iran will firmly stand by the Syrians.




Kayhan: In a meeting with the Navy commanders, the Supreme Leader said that seas provide a perfect platform for cooperation with friends and confrontation with enemies.

Kayhan:  In a letter to the Western youth, Ayatollah Khamenei dismissed abominable groups such as IS as being a product of a vain merger with imported Western culture.




Mardomsalari: The attorney general has said that the legal system will follow up the Mina tragedy in cooperation with the Executive.

Mardomsalari: The Navy has taken delivery of a large number of Ghadir Cruise Missiles.




Resalat: Tehran MP Ahmad Tavakoli has said that the new oil contract model clashes with our national interests.



Sayeh: Iranians will produce a proportionate response if the commitments of the other side are not honored, said FM Zarif.




Sharq: The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action won’t be implemented if the PMD case is not closed first, said Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi.


By Iran Front Page