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Blogs now under attack by Iran's hard-line regime (USA Today)
In Iran, where the government has vast control over newspapers and the airwaves, blogs are one of the last bastions of free expression, where people can speak openly about everything from sex to the nuclear controversy. But increasingly, they are coming under threat of censorship.
Iran Cracks Down On Bloggers (CBS News)
Dozens of Iranian bloggers have faced harassment and been arrested for voicing opposing views, as hard-liners in the Islamic Republic crack down on one of the last bastions of free expression there.
A Look at Postings Found on Iranian Blogs (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
A look at postings found on Iranian blogs: - A March 8 entry on Canadian-based Iranian Hossein Derakhshan's blog: "Iran wants to do (uranium) enrichment in its soil and the West doesn't accept it. So I have a suggestion: What if Iran declares one of its free trade zones, such as Gheshm, as an international zone completely governed by the U.N. with Iranian's co-operation? And then they do whatever
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Iran Hard-Line Regime Cracks Down on Blogs (AP via Yahoo! News)
On his last visit to Iran, Canadian-based blogger Hossein Derakhshan was detained and interrogated, then forced to sign a letter of apology for his blog writings before being allowed to leave the country. Compared to others, Derakhshan is lucky.