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Iranian state television reported the country has launched its own video-sharing website that will promote Islamic culture.
Iran has launched its own video-sharing website as the country seeks to create a national intranet free of un-Islamic content.
The government-sanctioned website seeks to “promote Iranian and Islamic culture and artists,” the Associated Press reported, citing Iranian state television.
Youtube and other foreign social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, are blocked by Iranian officials who claim Western Internet users are seeking to undermine the Islamic regime.
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