September 27th, 2010 - 14:22 UTC
by Andy Sennitt.
The Iranian regime’s Minister of Intelligence has lashed out at the main opposition satellite channel for producing popular clips that ridicule the regime, according to the state-run Mehr news agency on Friday. “These satellite channels seek to hollow out the establishment from its beliefs by producing and broadcasting satires and short stories,” Heydar Moslehi said.
Some video clips produced by Simay-e Azadi Iran National TV, which poke fun at the clerical regime, have received a large following among Iranians and especially youths.
Speaking at the Propaganda Office of the Qom seminary, Mr Moslehi expressed worry about the fact that youths are increasingly turning towards satellite programming, saying, “Satellites that destroy sanctities through jokes and short stories” and create “a pessimistic outlook towards the principles of the establishment” are “part of the enemy’s attacks.”
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