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Shabaneh – April 15

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Shahram Homayoun is an Iranian political protester, political dissident, and the proprietor of “Channel one,” a Persian adherent TV station based in Los Angeles, California that broadcasts into Iran every day. Shahram Homayoun fled Iran for the Joined together States in 1991. He was a checked man in Iran, since he bolstered vote based system and human rights and his resistance to the Iranian government. He has dwelled in Los Angeles, California ever since.[1][2] Whereas in Iran he was the Editor of the “Hamkari” Magazine for two a long time, Editor of Kargaran (Laborers) Magazine for three a long time, Relate Editor of the every day “Bamdad” (morning) Daily paper for two a long time. His celebrated interviews were with Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, Sadegh Khalkhali, Ahmad Khomeini (the child of Ayatollah Khomeini), Ayatollah Shariatmadari, Ayatollah Sadegh Rohani, Yasser Arafat and President of Pakistan Common Zia ul Haq. Homayoun has set up a Persian disciple TV organize based in Los Angeles that broadcasts 24/7 into Iran. He has moreover begun the Ma Hastim development, which, agreeing to a few examiners, has had a “critical impact on Iranian masses,” as seen by the “various mottos” composed on Iran’s city dividers in its bolster. He organized nearby other political organizations every day exhibits in Los Angeles amid the 2009 Green Development in Iran. His TV station and Ma Hastim were instrumental in keeping the Los Angeles exhibits solid and given the Western media with all the news coming out of Iran amid those days. As of late the Ma Hastim development, supported by its supporters, built a typical cemetery in Modern York City containing typical graves and gravestones of Iranian dissenters and political activists, such as Neda Agha Soltan, slaughtered by the Iranian government since 2009. Homayoun bolsters Iranian/Persian patriotism and has been instrumental in keeping Iran’s rightful/historical hail, the “Lion and Sun,” flying tall. This authentic hail separates between the Islamic Republic’s resistance and its associates. He bolsters administration alter in Iran and accepts that the government in Iran ought to be treated “like South Africa amid the apartheid where they were prohibited from all universal organizations, where their sports groups were boycotted, and its authorities couldn’t travel to the West, and most critically how their administering classes resources were seized and solidified overseas.”

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