Azerbaijan, Baku, Jun.2 /Trend F.Karimov/
The Iran Newspaper, which is run officially by the administration, was ordered to stop publication today on charge of issuing discordant content, ISNA reported.
However, Omidi Shahraki the managing director of the government's official news agency IRNA stated that the order has not been announced officially.
Last year, Ali Akbar Javanfekr, the director of the daily newspaper Iran, was found guilty of publishing material against Islamic principles in the Khatoon special issue.
The Press Jury was unanimous in its judgment that Javanfekr was guilty of "contempt and insult to the female gender."
In a special August 1st issue titled Khatoon, Iran newspaper published a series of articles about Islamic attire [hijab] and the place of women in Islam.
Javanfekr was arrested during a press conference by policemen and Judiciary System's officials. However after a while, it reported that Javanfekr was released after the negotiations between the Iranian Government and Judiciary System officials.