Awad News reports members of the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution are planning to “assassinate” Toosi to end the scandal and save the regime’s reputation.
"For example, if you look for a set of serial killings against intellectual establishment in late 1990s, all the victims' pages were blocked, creating something of a double victimization, where critics of the government were not only eliminated but their histories removed as well." Articles deemed to be about sex or of a sexual nature are often popular, and a main target of keyword filtering.The majority of filtered religious articles target the Baha'i faith — Iran's largest non-Muslim minority religion — and according to the study, "fifty-nine blocked entries discussed tenets of the Baha'i faith or important Baha'i individuals and institutions, such as entries about Baha'i prayers, the Baha'i holy book Hidden Words, or the faith's governing institution, the Universal House of Justice." While the most conspicuously censored articles in the study are of a political, religious, or sexual nature, keyword targeting and censorship affects a wider range of content.Anderson found that while a number of Iranian art and culture entries were blocked, so were seemingly random entries for Western actresses and celebrities like Kristen Stewart and Emma Watson.According to the reformist Amad News, officials held a two-hour emergency meeting with the judiciary following outcries over the broadcast.The initial intent to bury the story failed after it reached the national press and resulted in Toosi now being charged.
But I believe a lot of these pages we are surfacing will eventually get unblocked, and I think we may see a day in next six months to a year where Facebook or Twitter will be unblocked.""Iran is not North Korea.