NUFDI Files Complaint Against Iran’s Echo-Chamber BBC Persian
ICBPS- National Union for Democracy in Iran (NUFDI) has filed an official complaint against BBC Persian, largely known as the main Iran’s echo-chamber abroad.
“NUFDI Policy Director Cameron Cameron Khansarinia has filed an official complaint against the BBC Persian for its false reporting on a letter he signed along with other activists, former political prisoners, and US hostages in Iran,” the nonpartisan-nonprofit organization of Iranian-Americans said on its official Twitter account.
NUFDI Policy Director Cameron @Khansarinia has filed an official complaint with the @bbcpersian for its false reporting on a letter he signed along with other activists, former political prisoners, and US hostages in #Iran. https://t.co/penYtgIcTq pic.twitter.com/dtONvgUF2e
— National Union for Democracy in Iran (@NUFDIran) February 2, 2021
Mr. Cameron Khansarinia has filed an official complaint regarding the BBC Persian Service’s coverage of a letter that was written and signed by Iranian dissidents to the U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, opposing the selection of Robert Malley as Special Envoy on Iran.“I demanded a formal investigation into the research, editing, and production of this false reporting and a formal admission of fault from the BBC Persian Service,” Mr. Cameron Khansarinia said in his complaint.
Kaveh Taheri is a Turkey-based Iranian sociopolitical researcher and freelance journalist – Founder of ICBPS and ICBHR.
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