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Simaye Azadi Iran National TV Biss Key and Frequency 2021

Simaye Azadi Iran National TV Channel HD New Biss Key and Frequency on Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Latest Transponder New TP 2021

Simaye Azadi (Persian: سیمای آزادی‎, lit. “Face of Freedom”), also known as Iran National Television (INTV) (Persian: تلویزیون ملی ایران‎) is a satellite television channel by People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI) and National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). It is broadcast from Europe, containing subjects relating to Iran and PMOI. It mostly broadcasts news, but also has documentaries, music, and social and cultural specials Biss Keys.

Simaye Azadi Iran National TV Latest Biss Key Today  100% Working Code Update 2021

Simaye Azadi Iran National TV Biss Key and Frequency on Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East 2021
Channel Name
Simaye Azadi Iran National TV
Satellite Eutelsat 7A/7B at 7.0°East
Frequency 11192
Polarity V
Symbol Rate 3674
ID: No ID
System MPEG 4 – 4:2:0 – HDTV
Today Update April 30.04.2020
Biss Key  A1 AD 22 70 BB BB 91 07

There were protests in Iran on the Shi’a holiday of Ashura to protest the outcome of the 2009 Iranian presidential election. Abdolkarim Soroush has identified the moment as a turning point in the Ahmedinejad regime’s crackdown on the Iranian Green Movement. Various parties in Iran including Kazem Jalali and the Iranian intelligence service blamed Mojahedin-e Khalq for the unrest, linking the terrorist group publicly for the first time with the Green Movement. As opposition leaders like Mir-Hossein Mousavi hurried to dispute the government’s characterizations, Massoud Khodabandeh in London wrote a letter accusing the Sima-ye Azadi network of allowing Mojahedin-e Khalq to broadcast from London and that “peaceful demonstrations” were being “fatally undermined from within the UK”.

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