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Type of site
|business directory, classified advertisements|
|Available in||English, Persian|
|Owner||Saïd Amin (Iranian LLC)|
|Alexa rank||217,260 (global, 03/2016)|
Iranian.com is a website that hosts blogs, news, and commentaries by and for the Iranian diaspora. Founder Jahanshah Javid started the website because journalists and the media are assiduously censored in Iran.
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- "Apology: Military ads". Iranian.com.
- "Adam, Eve & Amin". Iranian.com.
- "Jahanshah Javid: From Iranian.com to Iroon.com". PBS.
- "Moving On". Iranian.com.
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