Iran: Day of Struggle Against Censorship

3 December 2013

The Iranian Writers’ Association urges further resistance against censorship, saying that despite continued protests, the practice remains in force, stifling the voices of writers and artists and all forms of expression. The association has marked 4 December as a Day of Struggle Against Censorship.


According to Radio Zamaneh, the statement indicates that in the past year, many more Iranian writers and artists have stood up against censorship.

The statement celebrates the impact of this resistance, insisting it has led to the enlistment of government forces in the fight against censorship. It goes on to report on how the minister of guidance took a critical pose against the level of censorship in the Islamic Republic.

Source: Radio Zamaneh

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