By Amir Taghati
The people of Iran have had to face many hardships in the past few years. They have been suffering the consequences of the Iranian regime’s neglect of domestic issues in favour of conflicts and exploits abroad. The social services in the country are falling to pieces and more and more people are falling into the absolute poverty category.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
The Iranian Regime has unsuccessfully tried to censor internet use in Iran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani admitted on Monday, without condemning the practice that is so clearly a violation of the Iranian people’s rights.
He said: "Well, we were unsuccessful in some of our efforts [to filter the internet] in recent years. We thought it is under our control. We thought it would be filtered if we just ordered so…. What should we do with [Virtual private networks (VPNs)]?"
By Staff Writer
Iran regime’s president Hassan Rouhani acknowledged that there is no such thing as a free press in Iran, during a meeting with senior heads of the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology on Monday, appearing to criticise that all media in the country is run by the state.
Rouhani said: “We think we have received divine authority that allows us to order people around; that is not the case… We have government-run press, government-run TV and radio.”