Jan 15, 2024, 9:16 AM
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Headlines in Iranian English-language dailies on Jan 15

Jan 15, 2024, 9:16 AM
News ID: 85354344
Headlines in Iranian English-language dailies on Jan 15

Tehran, IRNA – The following headlines appeared in English-language newspapers in the Iranian capital on Monday, January 15, 2024:


– NIGC exporting gas to Iraq as planned

The director of dispatching at the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) said gas export to Iraq is continuing according to the agreement. Iran is exporting gas to Iraq via two exchange points, added Saeid Aqli, explaining, “Based on the agreement reached between Iran and Iraq two months ago, one of the exchange points was disconnected to undergo a calibration process, and has been now reconnected,” Shana reported. Calibration is a normal process in gas exports and not limited to the Iran-Iraq contract, pointed out the NIGC official.

– Muslim division allows Israeli crimes: Raisi

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi on Sunday branded a “lack of unity among Muslim nations” as one of the main reasons that had emboldened Israel to commit crimes against the people of Palestine in the Gaza Strip. “If the Islamic nations had been united, would have we witnessed such massacres and injustice against the oppressed people of Palestine?” Raisi told the International Conference of Al-Aqsa Storm and the Awakening of Human Conscience in Tehran on Sunday, IRNA reported.

– 100 days of Gaza war ‘staining our shared humanity’: UN

A top UN official has said that the war in Gaza was staining humanity, as the conflict in the besieged territory moved into its 100th day. “The massive death, destruction, displacement, hunger, loss and grief of the last 100 days are staining our shared humanity,” the head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, Philippe Lazzarini, said in a statement on Saturday as he visited the Gaza Strip.


– The voice of Gaza reverberates across the Globe

On the Global Day of Action around the world, protesters in large numbers poured their anger on the streets to mark 100 days since the Israeli regime began its genocidal attacks in Gaza.

– Raisi talks to Yemen’s Supreme Political Council chief, condemns US air raids

In a telephone conversation with Yemen’s Supreme Political Council chairman Mahdi Al-Mashat late on Saturday, President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran praised the bravery of the Yemeni nation for their support of the oppressed Palestinian nation and insisted on the principle of the safety of international shipping in the Red Sea.

– What is Oman’s stance on Gaza war?

In the past three months, the Sultanate of Oman, as a unified nation and government, has expressed support for the oppressed people of Palestine and the Resistance forces, collectively known as the Axis of Resistance. Presently, both the government and the people of Oman can be recognized as advocates for the Palestinian cause and the Axis of Resistance during hard times.


– President Raisi: Zionists, allies have lost war

President Ebrahim Raisi said here Sunday the world has been disillusioned with Israel thanks to the pure blood of thousands of Palestinians who were martyred in the regime’s U.S.-backed genocidal war on the Gaza Strip. “What has disillusioned the world today is the pure blood of Palestinian martyrs and thousands of martyred children,” Raisi told the International Conference of Al-Aqsa Storm and Awakening of Human Conscience.

– Nasrallah: Israel has suffered ‘unprecedented’ losses

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said here Sunday the occupying regime of Israel has suffered “unprecedented” losses at the hands of Palestinian resistance and has failed to achieve any of its goals after 100 days of its genocidal war on the Gaza Strip.

He made the remarks in a televised speech in commemoration of Wissam Hassan al-Tawil, a senior Hezbollah commander who was assassinated in an Israeli strike in the southern Lebanese village of Khirbet Selm on January 8.

– Two Zionists killed in Hezbollah operation

An anti-tank missile fired by Hezbollah from Lebanon has killed two Zionists in the northern town of Kfar Yuval.  They were identified as Mira Ayalon, 76, and her son Barak Ayalon, 45, a member of the town’s security team, according to the Israeli military.


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