Khabar Khaneh, a page full of Iranian news sites and almost all of Iranian on line newspapers, Aftab, Siasat e Rooz. Journalists say the "Eqbal" and "Aftab-e Yazd" newspapers were closed last night on orders of the Tehran Prosecutor's Office. It is not clear how long the newspapers will be barred from publishing. The open letter to Khamenei was sent by moderate cleric Mehdi Karrubi. Karrubi finished third in the 17 June presidential election. In his letter, Karrubi said military organizations broke the law by supporting hard-line Tehran Mayor Mahmud Ahmadinejad. He will now contest a runoff on 24 June against former President Ali-Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani. State media in Iran carried no reports on Karrubi's letter.
Hürriyet Daily News is the leading news source for Turkey and the region. 28, a wave of protests surged across Iran, with at least 75 cities reportedly experiencing one or more demonstrations in the first week. Soon after they began, commentators rushed to attribute the protests to various grievances, from Ponzi-like banking scheme collapses and budget corruption allegations to soaring prices of eggs and gasoline. However, our research suggests that rather than grievances alone, an underappreciated precursor for the protests was the buildup of demonstrations and rallies by teachers, workers, trade unions and civil society associations. Before the recent protests, we constructed a data set detailing labor unrest in Iran from 2012 to 2016. Using credible domestic newspapers that contained information on these demonstrations, we noted the location, date, relevant actors, and police response for any event in which 10 or more people reportedly participated. Our database includes protests by female teachers, retired pensioners and unemployed laborers, to name a few examples. By examining these years of protests in light of the most recent protest wave, some fascinating patterns emerge. Recent media analysis of Iran often notes the economic grievances of the 2017 to 2018 protests. Yet scholars of social movements have long noted that there is leading from economic deterioration and public malcontent to political upsurges and collective mobilization.
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday, March 15, and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy. Read more · A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on March 14 · Media March 14, 2018. IFP has taken a look at the. The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on April 20 some 25 percent of work remained to be done on a pact covering U. withdrawal from the EU, including crucial issues such as management of the Ireland/Northern Ireland border. China will launch its first real-time spot electricity markets in eight regions, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said on April 20, as Beijing accelerates efforts to liberalize power prices currently set by the government.
MNA – Iranian foreign minister will start visits to Turkey, Azerbaijan and Nakhchivan tomorrow, according to Foreign Ministry spokesman, with Turkey as Continue April 2. Iran Front Page- IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, March 19, and picked headlines Continue March 19. Below are a selection of the reports from a six-year archive of classified military documents to be published by Wiki Leaks. These examples provide an unvarnished, ground-level picture of the war in Iraq. JAYSH AL-MAHDI ALLEGEDLY PLANNED TO CONDUCT THE KIDNAPPINGS SOMETIME AROUND THE NEW YEAR, 30 DECEMBER 2006 TO EARLY JANUARY 2007. CONVOYS CONSISTING OF TWO TO THREE HUMVEES AS THEY TRAVELED INTO UNDERGROUND TUNNELS IN AL-QANAT AREA OF BAGHDAD. Some names and details have been redacted by The Times to conceal suspects' identities, or because they might put people in danger or reveal key tactical military capabilities. REF: BAGSTAT DOI:22 DEC 06 TITLE: ALLEGED JAYSH AL-MAHDI PLANS TO KIDNAP U. SOLDIERS IN BAGHDAD, IRAQ AS OF EARLY DECEMBER 2006, JAYSH AL-MAHDI ALLEGELY PLANNED TO ATTACK U. HUMVEES TRAVELING IN TWO TO THREE CAR CONVOYS WITH THE INTENT TO KIDNAP U. A SENIOR JAYSH AL-MAHDI COMMANDER, HASAN ((SALIM)), ORDERED A SUBORDINATE, SHAYKH AZHAR AL- ((DULAYMI)), TO PLAN AND EXECUTE THE ATTACK. DULAYMI SPECIFICALLY PLANNED TO USE THE FOLLOWING AREAS TO STAGE HIS ATTACKS INCLUDING AL-BALADIYAT AND ZAYUNA STREETS, SADR CITY AND PALESTINE STREET, THE AREA OF AL-SHA' AB WHICH WAS LOCATED NORTH EAST OF SADR CITY AND AL-SULAYKH. DULAYMI PLANNED TO USE FAKE ROAD BLOCKS IN THE TUNNELS TO STOP THE HUMVEES AND THEN ATTACK THEM WITH IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES (IEDS) AND SMALL ARMS FIRE TO RENDER THE VEHICLES IMMOBILE. ONCE THE VEHICLES WERE INCAPACITATED, DULAYMI REPORTEDLY PLANNED TO TRY TO KILL AS FEW U. SOLDIERS AS POSSIBLE IN AN EFFORT TO TAKE A GREATER NUMBER OF HOSTAGES.
The Political Affiliations of Iranian Newspapers. Abstract. The complexities of the Iranian media ecosystem become most apparent during the election season when the heightened political climate leads to intensified scrutiny to and reliance on print media. In the absence of political parties, the press serves as a valuable tool. Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA)Daily updated collection of news related to everything in the view of Shia. Alalam News Network Tehran-based Al Alam international news channel promoting information-dissemination process, develop coverage and facilitate access of Arab and non-Arab audience to alternative voices. International Quran News Agency (IQNA)First and only specialized Quran news agency in the Islamic world. CHN News Agency Iran's Cultural Heritage News Agency covers culture and cultural heritage news. Iran Book News Agency (IBNA)IBNA is a news agency focusing on books. Ettela'at Newspaper International Persian daily newspaper. In addition to publishing news, IBNA offers updated reports, interviews and analyses of various foundations and organizations working in different publication fields. Iran Bulletin Journal of the left dealing with issues of Iran and the Middle East from a democratic, secular and socialist perspective. Iran Daily Daily newspaper from Tehran published by the official news agency IRNA. Iran Daily Brief Publishes up-to-date internal and external political Iranian news and analyzes issues of ongoing concern. Iran Diplomacy Iranian foreign affairs related news.
Page 1. IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday, March 19, and picked headlines from 20 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy. IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday, March 18, and picked headlines from 17 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy. IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, March 17, and picked headlines from 20 of them.
Iranian Newspapers published daily. IN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURIES Iran entered the age of nation-building and nationalism of the 19th century with the legacy of a longstanding historical awareness and cultural consciousness of its identity. The modern ideas of nation, nationalism, and national identity—as a set of sentiments about the nation and the modern nation-state, conveying the ideals of the autonomy, unity, and prosperity of the nation—came to reinforce the rich historical repertoire of Iranian identity. The new Western ideas (which had been spread in the West since the late 18th century) received a new impetus with adaptations and reconstructions of a pre-existing concept of Iranian identity that had evolved over many centuries (see i, ii, and iii, above). These new ideas also brought about a transformation of people’s identity from subjects (). Comparative historians of nationalism acknowledge that Iran was among the few nations that experienced the era of nationalism with a deep historical root and experience of recurrent construction of its own pre-modern identity (see, e.g., Seton-Watson, 1977, pp. Furthermore, with such changes in political consciousness and identity, the sense of patriotism became separated from religious feelings, and loyalty to the nation became a new political value. When the Iranian pre-modern society encountered the modern age of nationalism, it sought to create a new Iranian national identity on the basis of its own pre-existing ethnic and territorial ties, historical memories, and commemorations of historical events. In this new encounter with the outside world, the enlightened members of Persian literati—whose predecessors had helped create and transmit the idea of Iranian identity since the late Sasanid era—came to form a nucleus of intellectuals (, i.e., the creators and reproducers of modern cultural ideas) with an expanding audience of intelligentsia (the educated people who are the consumers of those ideas). It was one of the most frequently reprinted works among a small number of popular reprinted titles in this period.
US Complicity in World's Biggest Humanitarian Disaster Unfathomable Zarif. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif condemned the US support for Saudi Arabia's aggression against Y By Mahsa Alimardani | (Global Voices) | – – Almost every front page of Iran's daily newpapers covered the nuclear deal on Wednesday 15 July. Iran's media landscape is typically a place to gauge what differences lie across the country's political factions. However, on Wednesday, July 15, the country's various publications seemed to be on the same page, so to speak, as the news of the previous day's historic nuclear deal dominated almost every cover. Across many different types of factions, it seemed that news of the agreement between Iran and the P5 1 countries (the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, and China) was welcomed. The deal is expected to pave the way for economic progress in Iran as it means lifting international sanctions in exchange for the country limiting its nuclear program. The boldest statement came from Etemaad, a reformist publication that claimed “The World Has Changed” as its headline-grabbing statement. It described the Persian date of (July 14, 2015) as the day of a “diplomatic revolution”. The editor-in-chief of Etemaad (which means trust in Persian) is Elias Hazrati, a well-known reformist figure close to Mehdi Karroubi, one of the leaders of the 2009 Green Movement still under house arrest. Indeed, reformist sentiments and allusions to the 2009 Green Movement dominated many of the celebrations in the streets Tuesday night in response to the news of the agreement.
Nashriyah digital Iranian history آرشیو آنلاین نشریات دانشگاه منچستر. Difficult to access for years, now exclusively available here. View digital versions of Iranian newspapers and periodicals capturing key historical events as they happened. These newspapers and periodicals, many of which have been only partially. Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA)Daily updated collection of news related to everything in the view of Shia. Alalam News Network Tehran-based Al Alam international news channel promoting information-dissemination process, develop coverage and facilitate access of Arab and non-Arab audience to alternative voices. International Quran News Agency (IQNA)First and only specialized Quran news agency in the Islamic world. CHN News Agency Iran's Cultural Heritage News Agency covers culture and cultural heritage news. Iran Book News Agency (IBNA)IBNA is a news agency focusing on books. Ettela'at Newspaper International Persian daily newspaper. In addition to publishing news, IBNA offers updated reports, interviews and analyses of various foundations and organizations working in different publication fields. Iran Bulletin Journal of the left dealing with issues of Iran and the Middle East from a democratic, secular and socialist perspective.
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World · Europe · US · Americas · Asia · Australia · Middle East · Africa · Inequality · Cities · Global development. More. Iran. April 2018. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's Iranian detention reaches two-year mark. Published. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's Iranian detention reaches two-year mark · 'Dialogue of the deaf'? Iran. LONDON (Reuters) - A tough line from President Donald Trump has been met by a show of unity from both sides of Iran’s political divide, uniting hardliners who cast the United States as an implacable enemy with pragmatists who seek rapprochement with the West. Iran, which has kept up a steady drumbeat of angry statements for days, lashed out again on Tuesday, threatening to teach the Americans “new lessons” and keep “all options on the table” if Washington blacklists its Revolutionary Guards. Trump, who has accused his predecessor Barack Obama of being too soft on Iran, is expected to announce a hardening of policy this week, likely to include “decertifying” a landmark 2015 deal that lifted international sanctions in return for curbs on Tehran’s nuclear programme. Such a step would stop short of pulling out of the agreement, leaving that decision to Congress. Trump is also expected to designate Iran’s most powerful security force, the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), as a terrorist organisation. The IRGC has a vast economic empire in Iran, and blacklisting it could make it more difficult for Iranian businesses to access the global financial system. “It seems the Trump administration understands only swear words, and needs some shocks to understand the new meaning of power in the world,” said Iranian armed forces spokesman Masoud Jazayeri, who is also a Revolutionary Guards commander. “The Americans have driven the world crazy by their behaviour.
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Financial Tribune, the fifth English-language daily newspaper in Iran, was launched in August 2014. A defining feature of this publication is that it is planned at a time when the private enterprise within and outside Iran prepares to resume a working relationship based on mutual trust after years of acrimony. TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iranian newspapers wrote with glee on Thursday about the release of 15 British sailors and marines but some moderate dailies questioned President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for his handling of the issue. Ahmadinejad announced on Wednesday the release of the Britons held since March 23 for what Tehran insists was a violation of its territory, a charge London denies. The conservative Resalat daily called the whole affair “a slap in the face” for “those countries that think they can violate Iran’s territory”. Other newspapers said the sailors were released only after a written message from London promising not to cross into Iranian territory. “Britain gave guarantees, soldiers were released”, the hardline Jam-e Jam said on its front page. Britain, which is viewed with a mixture of suspicion and respect in Iran, has stressed it made no apology to Iran. But that did not stop papers from revelling in the outcome of its dispute with a country often referred to as the “little Satan” or “old fox” by hardliners by Iran. “Iran pardoned British violators” and “Britons freed, crisis defused”, other newspapers wrote alongside pictures of the smiling sailors preparing to head home. The government-run Iran newspaper said Ahmadinejad’s announcement showed Iran had no intention to create tension but also that “no country could flex its muscles to scare Iran”.
The complexities of the Iranian media ecosystem become most apparent during the election sea- son when the heightened politicization of newspapers leads to intensified attention paid to print media. In the absence of political parties, the press serves as a valuable tool during election cam- paigns, supporting the. The death of renowned mathematician and Fields Medal recipient Maryan Mirzakhani on Saturday particularly shocked those in her birth-country of Iran. Tributes to Mirzakhani, the first and only woman to receive the prestigious award, were featured overwhelmingly on newspaper headlines in Tehran, and as reported by the AFP, many publications broke with tradition and published her image without a head covering. Laws in Iran require women to be covered in public, but the death of such a prominent figure seemed to have propelled an exception. Among other prominent publications, the Sunday front page of state newspaper Hamshahri featured a full profile of Mirzakhani without hijab. Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said "the grievous passing of Maryam Mirzakhani, the eminent Iranian and world-renowned mathematician, is very much heartrending,” retweeting an image of Mirzakhani bare-headed. The 40-year-old had breast cancer, which had spread to her bones. She was the first and only woman to receive the prestigious Fields Medal for her work on complex geometry and dynamical systems in 2014. The distinguished prize, often nicknamed as the "Nobel Prize for Mathematics," is only awarded every four years to between two and four mathematicians under 40.