In the Kerman province located in the southeast part of Iran, the Revolutionary Guards have again blocked some new websites. The official news agency ISNA said: “In a technical large-scale operation of intelligence services (IRGC) in the Kerman province, nine Internet websites which were against to the regime of the Islamic Republic have been blocked.”
According to the statement , it implies the following websites: Neda -ye- sabz -e- Azadi , Norouz , Ostan -ban , Sabz – nameh , Nogam , Simail , opinion, Sizproxy , Degar – vajehn , all created by some local youth.
In their statement, the IRGC claimed that “these websites had the budgets of several million toman and were funded and supported by the enemies of the regime.”
Last November, Ahmad Ghorbani, deputy prosecutor of Kerman, announced that the IRGC intelligence services arrested 16 cyber activists cooperating with foreigners. Those arrested were charged of “preparing actions against national security, cooperate with foreign-based websites and create in order to overthrow the regime networks.”
In addition, the “Narenji ” site indicated that among the authors and technical staff of this site, six people were arrested by the IRGC .
Since Mullah Rohani is leading the country, repression of dissidents and websites and social networks control has been rampant in Iran. According to received information, the IRGC intelligence services agents systematically conduct identification and arrest of any active opponent on the internet, including on social networks.
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