Manzarpour spent many years at the BBC, where he mourned the death of former Iranian president Hashemi Rafsanjani.
The Iranian people have dubbed the BBC as #AyatollahBBC for its completely biased & pro-regime broadcasting.
This thread sheds light.
Clifton has also joined forces with Parsi & others to launch a new think tank, The Quincy Institute, to supposedly oppose U.S. foreign wars. A look at the founders of this entity sheds light on their true intentions.
The Intercept article recalls an Iran-launched campaign that cited regime-linked sources in claims (published by The Intercept) that I am a persona, resulting in Twitter suspending my account & then reinstating it after gaining assurance that The Intercept’s claims were lies.
The Intercept was widely humiliated, and they still can’t get over it.
Here’s a reminder of my response debunking The Intercept’s claims & parroting of Tehran’s talking points.
The Intercept article cites Jason Rezaian who has been heavily criticized for writing pro-regime articles in The Washington Post, parroting talking points of the same regime that placed him behind bars.
This thread debunks just one of his articles.
By the way, for those interested in a fair and objective evaluation of the Iranian opposition MEK, I suggest reading this.
The Intercept is a biased outlet citing biased individuals as sources.
Neither the Intercept nor any Iran regime apologist/lobbyist had any problem with VOA Persian promoting Obama when he was president.