Mullahs’ Al-Alam and Press TV reporters banned from Morocco

State-run web site  Asr-e Iran in April 6 reported that the government of Morocco has banned all activities of the Arabic and English language subsidiaries of the Iranian television in Morocco.

State-run web site  Asr-e Iran wrote: Moroccan officials banned the reporters of Al-Alam and Press TV from any news activities in that country.

Al-Manar, a Lebanese channel affiliated with the Iranian regime has also been banned from activities in Morocco.

A number of Arab countries, including Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia have already banned the Iranian regime’s Arabic language TV channels due to its hate-mongering and divisive policies.

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