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There is a buzz about the BBC restricting its correspondents based on Tehran’s orders.
Iranians have constantly taken to social media to say they are boycotting the BBC Persian network (@bbcpersian) for its #FakeNews.
Iranian exiles rallying outside the BBC building protesting this network's hostile policies against the Iranian people.
BBC Persian goes the distance for Iran's regime:
"Why shouldn't Iran's judicial system be allowed to assassinate its opponents?"
Iranians boycotting BBC Persian for its "lies," saying this "network is associated to the UK government & aims to spread lies about Iran."
"It is an insult to me," one man says.
While Iran's regime is increasing its crackdown against escalating protests & even social media platforms, BBC rushes to Tehran's rescue with this very important (!) report.
"How Iran made ice cream 2000 years ago"
No wonder Iranians use the hashtag #AyatollahBBC
BBC diverts attention from the concerns of Iran's regime (domestic protests/global isolation) by providing very important news (!) ...
and Tehran apologists/lobbyists such as @tparsi follow the cue.
Activists in Iran reported many Instagram users calling for people to completely boycott the BBC.
Following the line of Iran's state-run media, the disgraced BBC Persian employees posted tweets aiming to ridicule U.S. President Donald Trump at the UNGA.
This FILTH is exactly why many Iranians are dubbing this network as "Ayatollah BBC."
(BTW, I don't follow them!)
Just days prior to the imposition of crippling US sanctions targeting Iran's oil/banking sectors, see how the BBC threw a life line to Tehran's mullahs by running this as "NEWS".
More reason why the Iranian people describe this network "Ayatollah BBC".
Isn’t it interesting how less than 24 hours after Iran’s regime was condemned by the UN Human Rights Committee for its atrocious human rights violations, BBC rushes to the mullahs’ support with such a report to divert attention?
Ali Alizadeh (@Jedaaal), regularly invited by the BBC as a "political analyst," said loud & clear that he is a member of Iran's now FTO-designated IRGC.
Of course, we Iranians already knew this.
BBC should be careful about the guests it invites.
Listen to the words of former Iranian intelligence minister Ali Fallahian.
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