US says Iran most stop blocking Instagram and social media
US Undersecretary of State Steve Goldstein said Tuesday that Telegram and other platforms are legitimate avenues of communication and the Iranian government must stop blocking them. The US is encouraging Iranians to use virtual private networks, known as VPNS, which create encrypted links between computers and can access blocked websites. Goldstein said the US is still communicating with Iranians in Farsi through State Department accounts on Facebook, Twitter and other platforms and wants to “encourage the protesters to fight for what’s right. The US has an “obligation to sand by.” US ambassador Nikki Haley said that the US will call for an emergency session at the UN Security Council on Iran.
6 thoughts on “US says Iran most stop blocking Instagram and social media”
Down with the ayatoolahs like khameni, rohani, khomeni and satans son ahmadinjihad!
Down with the regime!
Down with their revolutionary gestapo!
Down with Satans Iran!
LONG LIVE PERSiA!
Not a fan of the regime in Iran… but who is the US?
I’m an American, but we sound like such bozos telling Iran what it “must stop” doing…freakin’ arroganceis amazing.
there just trying to raise a mob from the zombies that they have created for opposing the free world. free from American tyranny. a further sign of their utter desperation.
A little politically correct handwringing? PC sissy boy Obama could proudly pronounce “Islamic Republic of Eerahn” so precisely, but his policy was mush. No more.
Can you, please, fix the Hebrew version of this app? It has been playing around for the last fortnight now and makes it impossible to read. This applies to both the alerts and articles. The English version works alright but, I much prefer the Hebrew one. Thanks in advance.