IFP – IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday, September 6, and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Newspapers today covered the controversies over a FIFA World Cup qualifier between Iran and Syria. With a 2-2 draw against Iran, Syria managed to advance to the next round. The major controversy, however, was the Syrian women who were allowed to watch the match in Azadi stadium, while Iranian women were left behind the doors.
Among other top stories today were the end of the Takfiri terrorists’ siege on Syria’s Deir ez-Zor after three years and the continued reactions to an ongoing crisis in the Korean peninsula.
Newspapers also covered the talks between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his counterparts from Indonesia, Malaysia, and Turkey on the plight of Muslim people in Myanmar.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Siege on Syria’s Deir ez-Zor Broken
2- Rouhani’s VP: IRGC’s Missile Attack on ISIS Legally Justified
3- Putin: We’ll Sue US; Sanctions against North Korea Futile
1- Unexpected Draw
- Syria football team advanced to next round of FIFA World Cup Qualification after draw with Iran
1- Conservative Newspaper Kayhan Apologises to Zarif in Unprecedented Move
2- Imam Khomeini’s Grandson Calls for Serious Fight against Corruption
1- Rouhani: Recent Victories Promise Eradication of Terrorism, Regional Development
2- Iranian Minister: Oil Market in Balanced Situation
1- Rumours of Thaw in Tehran-Riyadh Relations: Saudi Media Banned from Attacking Iran
2- Gov’t Spokesman: One Day I’ll Reveal Barriers to Appointing Woman Minister
1- Syrian Women inside Stadium, Iranian Women Left behind Doors
- Controversial Match between Iran, Syria in Tehran
2- Gov’t Spokesman: I Know What Rouhani Suffered for Choosing Female Minister
3- Return of Tehran Mayor to Cabinet Sessions after 14 Years
- Rouhani Invites Najafi to Attend Cabinet Sessions
1- Muslim World Protests against Genocide of Muslims in Myanmar
- Widespread Protest Rallies in China, Indonesia, Pakistan
2- First VP: Water Is Now a National Issue
1- World Cup Qualification without Celebration
- Iran Advances to FIFA World Cup without a Single Defeat
1- Gov’t Withdraws Excessive Money from Public Budget to Pay Cash Handouts
2- First VP: We May Have to Import Water
1- Zarif Calls for Practical Measure to End Massacre of Muslims in Myanmar
2- First Group of Iranian Hajj Pilgrims Return Home
3- No New Decision Made on House Arrest of Opposition Figures: SNSC Spokesman
1- Venezuela’s Seditionists [opposition figures] Urge Europe to Boycott Their Country!
[Kayhan is seeing the case similar to what, it says, happened after the 2009 election in Iran]
1- Trump Doing Business with Korean Crisis: US to Sell Billions of Weapons to Seoul
1- Iranian People Believe in Themselves, Won’t Give in to Sanctions: Zarif
2- No American Airplane Allowed to Cross Iran’s Airspace: Commander
3- Giving Warning to Aggressive Planes Iran’s Softest Reaction: Top Officer