Yadollah Eslami was the editor in chief of Iranian newspaper Fath. Fath was shut down in 2000 after it had published an interview with Hussein-Ali Montazeri, and in January 2001 Eslami was convicted of publishing lies and anti-state propaganda. Fath was considered as the replacement of Khordad.
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