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Busting through Iran’s censorship wall


There’s an effective ban on foreign media in Iran, and domestic media there isn’t free, which makes getting accurate information about what is happening in the country extremely difficult.

Those of us who want to know should keep close tabs on this site. Run by Iranian expats – many in Toronto – its members collect news from contributors inside Iran, translate these reports, and post them.

Their dispatches show that popular democratic dissent in Iran remains widespread.


Busting through Iran’s censorship wall

  1. And may the revolution be successful AND prior to the creation of a nuke or two. Because so far the only thing the world seems to want to do about Iranian nukes is to preemptively tut-tut the one country who actually would do something about them.