Iran Front Page – IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, December 29, 2018, and picked headlines from 11 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The top story in all papers today was the dismissal of Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir as part of a major cabinet reshuffle in the Saudi kingdom.
Several papers also covered the return of regional Arab states to Syria, where they had closed their embassies seven years ago, but are now queuing up to resume their diplomatic missions.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Khashoggi’s Murder to Have a Victim Bigger than Jubeir, Maybe Bin Salman!
1- Possibility of Clash between Turkey, Syria
2- Secrets behind Trump’s Secret Visit to Iraq
1- Jubeir Dismissed by King Salman after Obeying Dictator’s Orders
2- Unwanted Guest in Iraq
1- Commander of Iranian Forces in Iraq War Sparks Controversy with His Tweet
* Gen. Mohsen Rezaei: Operation Karbala 4 Was to Deceive Enemy [the failed operation killed thousands of Iranian forces]
2- Victims of Crown Prince’s Survival
1- Victory of Syrian People, Government: Reopening of Arab Embassies in Damascus
2- Baghdad Outraged by Trump’s Secret Visit to Iraq
3- Level [Quality] of Life in Iran Higher than Most Regional States: IRGC Chief
1- Game of Pawns [on Saudi FM’s dismissal]
2- Against Mafia of Iranian University Entrance Exam (Konkour)
1- 7-Trillion-Dollar Ticket of a Sneak Visit!
2- Arab Countries Queue Up for Returning to Syria
3- US Not to Leave Region; It’ll Just Change Its Role
1- Iraqi MPs Call for Expulsion of US Military Forces
2- Iran’s Non-Oil Exports Up by 13%
3- Earthquake in Saudi Cabinet: FM, Some Other Ministers Dismissed
1- Trump Admits Defeat in Region: We Spent $7 Trillion, but We Still Have to Visit Iraq at Night in Secret Way
2- Ambassadors of Reactionary States of Region Returning to Damascus with Disgrace
3- Historic Meeting between Two Prominent Shiite Clerics: Sheikh Issa Qassim, Ayatollah Sistani
1- Competition for Returning to Syria
* UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Egypt Decide to Resume Diplomatic Missions
2- 5,000 Standard Heaters to Be Distributed in Underdeveloped Province of Sistan and Baluchestan
1- Iran Withdraws Its Forces from Iraq
2- Cabinet Reshuffle to Save Crown Prince