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Iran Regime Tightens Internet Censorship Using Its Domestic Search Engines

Iran Tightens Internet Censorship Using Its Domestic Search Engines

By Staff Writer

On Tuesday 21st April 2018, the Media of Iran announced the regime’s new plan to make the use of its domestic search engines compulsory for all government organisations.

The Head of the Information and Communication Technology, Rasul Saraiyan, stated: “we are planning to make the use of domestic search engines compulsory for all government organisations, and are aiming to persuade the general public to utilize them too”.

Kazerun, Iran. Uprising Continues on Saturday

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Iran Uprising - No. 160

Protesters are demanding the martyrs' bodies and the release of prisoners

On Saturday, May 19, the people of Kazerun, continued their uprising against the suppressive regime's actions and killing and detaining their children by chanting “My detained brother must be freed!”, gathering and protesting in Shohada Square and in front of the judiciary of the mullahs regime. Kazerun shopkeepers also closed their shops and the pressure of intelligence agents to force them to open the shops did not succeed.

Maryam Rajavi: The Mullahs’ Religious Fascism in Iran Is Fleeting, and Devoid of Any Future

In a gathering on the advent of the Holy Month of Ramadan on Saturday, May 19, 2018, the NCRI President-elect Maryam Rajavi described the religious dictatorship ruling Iran as the worst enemy of God and His people for inflicting oppression and injustice on people under the name of God and Islam. She said the history of Islam has never seen any rulers more corrupt and criminal than the mullahs.

Saturday's Iran Mini Report - May. 19, 2018

• Latest European companies affected by sanctions

French gas and power group Engie, Polish gas firm PGNiG and German lender DZ Bank were the latest companies on Friday to say that their business dealings with Iran would be affected by the re-imposition of U.S. sanctions.

Iran: Continued Protests and Clashes With Repressive Forces in Kazerun and Burning Regime’s Centers

Iran Uprising - No. 159

The protests and demonstrations of the people and the brave youth of Kazerun continued on Thursday night, May 17, and Friday morning. This was in spite of the fact that earlier, scores of the Revolutionary Guards, Basijis and special anti-riot units from different cities, including dozens of vehicles and buses from Isfahan anti-riot forces were transferred to Kazerun.

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