Almotamar.net - Trumpeters of the Persian regime media have recently kindled their campaign against Yemen since the beginning of operations of the army against elements of sabotage and terror in Saada province, north Yemen, violating by that the profession and political ethics that dictate non-interference in internal affairs of states.
The Iranian Alalam TV channel and pro-Iran forums have unmasked anew the ugly face of sabotage mouthpieces outside the Yemeni frontiers, a matter that dictates on the Yemeni media, with its different affiliations, a national duty to face the Iranian machine of deception and their backing up of sabotage elements in Saada province.
All media instruments have unanimously decided to stand by enemies of peace and security in Yemen in a flagrant unacceptable interference that must be encountered with all known political, diplomatic and media means by all those affiliated to Yemen soil.
It is worth mentioning in this regard that the Yemeni media; official, opposition and independent, have chosen a neutral stance during the Iranian internal crisis, which is still raging, but the Iranian media did not respond to this behavior likewise. On the contrary it started fabricating news and media materials aimed against the Yemeni armed forces, the regime, the homeland, the sovereignty and the people.
The Iranian Alalam TV channel hosting of mouthpieces of sabotage and marketing their lies , has renewed the affirmation that the 'claws' of sabotage receive blessing by those adopting their media address and put blackout on crimes of saboteurs against the innocent from the sons of Saada and other areas suffering from the fire of their criminal acts.
Two years ago the Iranian embassy in Yemen complained to the Yemeni foreign ministry on what it called hen that one of the Yemeni official newspapers targeted the Iranian regime. This is a measure followed by all states and it is not blamed. Thus the Yemeni foreign ministry and the Yemeni embassy in Tehran must display a protect stance against the Iranian media and its going too far in its offending of Yemen besides the media stand in such circumstances.
If Iran has prevented all media tools from covering Iranian opposition protests and closed down offices of TV channels and viewed that as targeting of its security and imprisoned journalists and did what it wanted and no one would object its measures, despite disagreement with it, so the Iranian media should not poke its nose in Yemeni internal issues that do not concern it. Nevertheless, there must be no confiscation of the right of the media that respects the profession, from unbiased covering of the events.
In 2007 the opposition Yemen Congregation for Reform (Islah) Islamic oriented Party maintained its having political and media sway over the Joint meeting Parties (JMP) block, also consisting of Yemen Socialist Party and the Nasserite Unionist Organisation.
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