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She was furious to be here in this little piece of Iran located in the heart of Portland Place in London. So close but so far from home. The evening with his friends ae ae drafting the dul fa, she listened with a shudder, the telephone, the cry of "Allah Akbar" which rise rooftops of Tehran. In Iran, where 30% of the population have satellite dishes, Pouneh Ghoddousi is a star: "Your Turn", his show gives a voice to listeners. At the height of the crisis that shook Iran since the disputed election of 12 June, the program was broadcast four times a day.

Like most of the 140 people who are active in the design offices of the BBC Persian Pouneh was a journalist in Tehran for the New York Times. Then she got tired of being constantly questioned and harassed by officials of the Ministry of Information. Same route for Motallebi, a prominent blogger who was imprisoned in Evin prison, including murderers and rapists, and who now oversees the programs on the Internet. Keramat or Kamber, head of television news, and who trembles at the thought of not being able to find his wife in Tehran.

All these young journalists living in the pace of Iran, while maintaining contact with their friends, their families, their informants. "We know what is going on, but it's so frustrating not to be treading water," sighs Pouneh. Their messaging, emails arrive without interruption, "Mousavi decided to create a party political" ... "Great event scheduled Thursday to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the student revolts" ... "Desjournalistes the official Iranian news agency Fars reported to have resigned to show their disapproval." Presenter ignites, "Of course, we must check, but it would be a significant new!" Remarkable, indeed. The Fars news agency has been the spearhead of attacks by the regime against the BBC fa, accusing him of being an instrument of war in the hands of the Zionists. A few days ago, the chief justice, Ayatollah Sharoudi, even prohibits any cooperation with the editors of London, on pain of severe reprisals. "Now we are endangering those whom we contact, even over the phone ..."

Iranian state television broadcasts daily false confessions. And that of the woman explaining that it is a BBC Persian, which prompted her to launch grenades into the street. Pouneh has just spent his last show with the theme of forced confessions. Took a strange appeal: that of an agent of the security services of Khorasan in eastern Iran, saying how sorry he was ... But that is another testimony that has most upset: "An Iranian who lived in London had just learned that his brother had been killed in U17 events. A unsure how the news to his parents ... "For her, her work is a continuation of the events that followed on 12 June:" The Iranians were angry in their corner realized that they don ' were no longer alone. Today, this disenchantment has become a collective force. We'll see what he will become ... "

She was furious to be here in this little piece of Iran located in the heart of Portland Place in London. So close but so far from home. The evening with his friends ae ae drafting the dul fa, she listened with a shudder, the telephone, the cry of "Allah Akbar" which rise rooftops of Tehran. In Iran, where 30% of the population have satellite dishes, Pouneh Ghoddousi is a star: "Your Turn", his show gives a voice to listeners. At the height of the crisis that shook Iran since the disputed election of 12 June, the program was broadcast four times a day.Like most of the 140 people who are active in the design offices of the BBC Persian Pouneh was a journalist in Tehran for the New York Times. Then she got tired of being constantly questioned and harassed by officials of the Ministry of Information. Same route for Motallebi, a prominent blogger who was imprisoned in Evin prison, including murderers and rapists, and who now oversees the programs on the Internet. Keramat or Kamber, head of television news, and who trembles at the thought of not being able to find his wife in Tehran.All these young journalists living in the pace of Iran, while maintaining contact with their friends, their families, their informants. "We know what is going on, but it's so frustrating not to be treading water," sighs Pouneh. Their messaging, emails arrive without interruption, "Mousavi decided to create a party political" ... "Great event scheduled Thursday to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the student revolts" ... "Desjournalistes the official Iranian news agency Fars reported to have resigned to show their disapproval." Presenter ignites, "Of course, we must check, but it would be a significant new!" Remarkable, indeed. The Fars news agency has been the spearhead of attacks by the regime against the BBC fa, accusing him of being an instrument of war in the hands of the Zionists. A few days ago, the chief justice, Ayatollah Sharoudi, even prohibits any cooperation with the editors of London, on pain of severe reprisals. "Now we are endangering those whom we contact, even over the phone ..."Iranian state television broadcasts daily false confessions. And that of the woman explaining that it is a BBC Persian, which prompted her to launch grenades into the street. Pouneh has just spent his last show with the theme of forced confessions. Took a strange appeal: that of an agent of the security services of Khorasan in eastern Iran, saying how sorry he was ... But that is another testimony that has most upset: "An Iranian who lived in London had just learned that his brother had been killed in U17 events. A unsure how the news to his parents ... "For her, her work is a continuation of the events that followed on 12 June:" The Iranians were angry in their corner realized that they don ' were no longer alone. Today, this disenchantment has become a collective force. We'll see what he will become ... "

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Sara Daniel, a French journalist, war correspondent, expert on the Middle East.
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