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The United States has blocked the websites of Iranian state media

U.S. officials have websites of many More Iranian The state media was blocked. Related announcements on pages referring to U.S. sanctions laws on Tuesday. In addition to the Iranian news channels “Al-Alam” and “Press TV”, the Houthi rebel channel Al-Masira was also affected. Yemen. The reports included the stamps of the U.S. Federal Police FBI And the U.S. Department of Commerce.

The state broadcaster “Islamic Broadcasting of Iran” (IRIF), affiliated with Al-Alam station, said the websites of a Palestinian broadcaster and an Arabic-language religious and cultural channel had been blocked. Irip accused the US government of suppressing freedom of expression. Washington Join with Israel And Saudi Arabia Together “to prevent pro-opposition media from exposing the crimes of US allies in the region.”

The news agency Reuters quoted an internal source as saying that the US Justice Department was responsible for the lockdown. About three dozen websites have been affected, many of which have been linked to Iranian false propaganda. The official report of the government is still awaited.

However, tensions between the two countries have increased recently. The new Iranian president Ibrahim Raisi He told a news conference on Monday that he did not want to join Joe Biden Meet. And at the negotiating meeting on the nuclear deal on Sunday The United States did not participate directly. Last October, US law enforcement officials seized control of 92 domains allegedly owned by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. The websites were aimed at readers in the United States, Europe, Middle East and in Southeast Asia And is said to have spread false information.

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