In a similar context in the web, virtual hosts and service providers have created cities for bloggers .These hosts may have a national or international identity. For the past years I was a member of Persianblog. I had a Persian weblog Greenebtekar on which I wrote 431 posts and received thousands of comments. A few months ago I was filtered by the Government and ultimately my Farsi blog was shut down. I presented my defense to authorities indicating that I had not broken any laws or crossed any lines. As a child of the Islamic Revolution, I sincerely believed in freedom of speech and believe that Islam is a religion of tolerance and dignity.
I had no choice but to migrate from an Iranian host Persianblog to an international host and new address on blogspot: www.greenebtekar2.blogspot.com .
I hope I can continue to write for my Iranian fellow country men and women, and for my own heart.