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“Today, in accordance with court orders, we seized 33 websites used by the Iranian Radio and Television Association (IRTVU) and 3 websites operated by Kataib Hezbollah for violating US sanctions,” said the US Department of Justice in a statement. statement has been included.
Pointing out that the US Office for the Protection of Foreign Assets (OFAC) placed IRTVA on the sanctions list on October 22, 2020, because it is managed by the Quds Force of Iranian Revolutionary Guards, it was noted that the institutions and organizations appearing on this list cannot benefit from it. website and domain services, unless they have an OFAC license.
In the statement, it was recalled that the reason for including ITVU on the sanctions list was to disseminate false information about the US election, and said that the domain addresses of 33 seized websites were no were not approved by OFAC.
In the statement, it was noted that Kataib Hezbollah was also placed on the OFAC sanctions list on July 2, 2009, and that this organization has been recognized as a “terrorist organization” by the US State Department.
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“The seized websites were investigated by the US Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Safety, the Bureau of Export Practices, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). The counter-intelligence and export control unit of the national security unit carried out the seizure, ”the statement said. mentionned. information has been included.
SEMI-OFFICIAL PRESS AGENCY FARS ANNOUNCES THE NOMINATION
According to information released by the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars, the domains of the websites “Press TV” broadcasting in English, “Al Alam” broadcasting in Arabic and “Al Mesira”, which is owned by the Houthis in Yemen, have been seized by the United States.
The logos of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the US Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and Security appear at the entrance of these sites, and it is specified that the laws on nuclear, biological and technological smuggling give them the right to “take hold of”.
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