Facebook blocks 2 accounts of Iran\\\\\\\'s Embassy to Japan

The Cultural Attaché of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Japan announced the closure of two other social network accounts of the embassy on Facebook and Instagram.

Iran Press/Asia: In a biased act, Facebook blocked two further social media account of Iran's Cultural Attaché Office in Japan, namely facebook.com/iranbunka with 2210 user audience and  'instagram.com/iranbunka' with 920 users.

In doing so, Facebook cut off the access of more than 3,130 Japanese researchers, culture lovers, and enthusiasts to various cultural, artistic, and tourism topics in Iran.

Both of the social network accounts provided images and videos introducing Iran's natural attractions, art, culture, and fascinating topics in the field of tourism with hundreds of posts and messages, with thousands of likes indicating the Japanese users' enthusiasm toward the pages. 


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