VIDEO – Neda Soltan’s murder by Lying BBC

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Neda Soltan’s Murder by Lying BBC

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Lying BBC, the biggest Liar of the Universe, denies involvement in the murder of Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan

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“Lying BBC” — The biggest Liar of the Universe denies involvement in the murder of Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan in Iran

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theeditors/2009/06/ludicrous_allegations.html

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By,  Frans Unsworth of Lying BBC

26-06-2009

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Some in Iran have been keen to blame foreign media for fuelling the recent protests. This has led to ludicrous allegations about the BBC which have surfaced in the Iranian media.

One Iranian website reported that the BBC had paid hitmen to kill Neda Agha Soltan, the 27-year-old woman who died from a gunshot in an anti-government protest. A newspaper added the flourish that our Tehran correspondent, Jon Leyne, had personally hired the killer.

While I don’t think that anyone takes this allegation seriously, the charge is nonetheless being reported in the Middle East. We state categorically that this extraordinary accusation is of course utterly without foundation.

Since then, another newspaper has reported that our Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen has been calling on Iranian people to “go on strike”. This is not true either.

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Fran Unsworth is the head of Newsgathering.

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Neda Soltan was killed by BBC Terrorists

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Neda Soltan, the Iranian woman

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Iran has repeatedly claimed that, Neda Soltani, an Iranian woman, who got  shot and later died, was killed by a British Terrorist hired by the Lying BBC. Later, the Iranian authorities named that British terrorist to be the Lying BBC Correspondent in Iran, Jon Leyne

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http://dalje.com/en-world/neda-was-killed-by-bbc-reporter/267552

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Iranian authorities allegedly threw Neda’s family from their home and did not even give them the girl’s body, but buried her in secrecy.

The video of the murder of young Neda Agha Soltan, who was killed last Saturday during a protest, circulated around the world. According to The Guardian, Neda’s family was thrown out of their home. 

The neighbours of the family say that the police did not want to hand over Neda’s body to her family, but buried her without their knowledge. This information from The Guardian is not confirmed and are contradictory to reports of other media which write that the authorities turned over the body to the family on condition that the burial be carried out quickly and silently.

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Mass And Commemoration For Angel Of Iran Banned 

The commemorative service for girl known as Neda was supposed to have held in the Niloofar Mosque in Tehran, but was banned, because the authorities feared it might turn into a symbolic event for protestors.

– We just know that the family was forced to leave their flat – neighbours told The Guardian.

–  In Iran, when someone dies, neighbours visit the family and will not let them stay alone for weeks but Neda’s family was forced to be alone, otherwise the whole of Iran would gather here – one of Neda’s neighbours said.

Those who knew Neda said they were shocked that she had been killed during a protest.

– She was a kind, innocent girl. She always had a nice peaceful smile and now she has been sacrificed for the government’s vote-rigging in the presidential election – a neighbour said.

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Iranian authorities accused protesters for Neda’s death

Reports by Iranian media are completely contrary. The government is accusing the protesters for Neda’s murder and the Javan newspaper went so far as to state that a BBC reporter who was recently ousted of the country by Iranian authorities ordered her murder.

According to Javan, he ordered Neda’s murder in order to film an interesting documentary about the protests.

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VIDEO: Young Iran Woman Shot In The Heart 

Neda was killed last Saturday. According to her fiancé, she was driving in a car with her music teacher. They got stuck in traffic, so the girl got out of the car for a couple of minutes.

Suddenly she was shot in the chest. Passers-by wanted to take her to hospital, but it was too late. She was probably killed by a Basij militia sniper who aimed straight for her heart. The bullet exploded in Neda’s chest.

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Neda Loved Music, Travelling And Iran

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of “Lying BBC” is accused of killing Iranian Woman, Neda Soltan

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Iranian women light candles in front the image of Neda Agha Soltan in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on Monday. (Photo: Kamran Jebreili, AP)

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BBC’s Terrorist Jon Leyne of Britain is accused

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http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/world/media-blames-bbc-journalist-for-neda-killing/314480

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Iran’s hard-line media sought on Thursday to deflect blame over the killing of a young woman whose final moments were seen around the globe, even going so far as accusing a BBC correspondent of hiring a hit man to shoot her.

Neda Agha-Soltan, who was seen bleeding to death in an Internet video of street violence in Tehran, has become a poignant symbol for the opposition challenging President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s disputed re-election.

“Investigations show that a person shot at several people on Karegar street with a smuggled gun and one of the bullets hits Neda” in the back, several newspapers said, quoting a report by the Fars news agency.

The pro-Ahmadinejad newspaper Vatan Emrouz even accused BBC correspondent Jon Leyne, who was ordered expelled from Iran on Sunday, of “hiring a thug and paying him to kill someone for his documentary.”

Similar allegations against Leyne were leveled on Wednesday in the hard-line Javan newspaper.

Neda’s fiance has said she was an innocent bystander who was targeted by the Basij, the volunteer Islamic militia at the forefront of the regime crackdown against protestors.

The final moments of Neda Agha-Soltan, with blood pouring from her nose after she was reportedly shot in the chest in Tehran on Saturday, were captured on an amateur video flashed around the world on the Internet.

Her fiance, Caspian Makan, told London-based BBC Persian television on Monday that she had gotten out of a car and stumbled into the battles between opposition supporters and Iranian security forces.

“Eyewitnesses and video footage of the shooting clearly show that probably Basij paramilitaries in civilian clothing deliberately targeted her,” he said. 

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of LYING BBC is humiliatingly deported from Iran

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BBC Terrorist, Jon Leyne of “Lying BBC” is

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/8111638.stm

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Iran decided that it had had enough of the constant & ongoing invention, fabrication & spreading of  “BBC Lies”  about the Iranian political events.  In direct result of these circumstances, it decided to humiliatingly expel the  Chief Protagonist of  “Lying BBC”, Jon Leyne, who is also accused of killing the Iranian woman,  Neda Soltan

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Iranian authorities have asked the BBC’s correspondent in Tehran to leave the country within 24 hours.

The BBC said the office would remain open despite the departure of Jon Leyne, the broadcaster’s permanent correspondent there.

The request came a day after protests about the presidential election left at least 10 people dead in the capital.

Foreign media, including the BBC, are under severe restrictions, preventing reporters leaving their offices.

Jon Leyne reported for BBC radio, TV and online.

Iran has singled out Britain and the BBC in its widespread condemnation of what it calls meddling by foreign powers in its affairs.

In the days following the 12 June election, BBC Persian TV was disrupted by “deliberate interference” from inside Iran, the corporation said.

In response, the BBC increased the number of satellites that carry its BBC Persian television service for Farsi-speakers in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

‘Deeply concerned’

The authorities in Iran have also ordered the Dubai-based al-Arabiya TV channel to close its Tehran bureau for “unfair reporting” of the election.

“The authorities accuse al-Arabiya of diffusing news that is not necessarily fair from their point of view,” said al-Arabiya’s executive news manager, Nabil al-Khatib.

“The channel has not done anything that was in violation of Iranian law,” Mr Khatib said in a statement on al-Arabiya’s website.

In another development, the whereabouts of a Canadian journalist remain unknown.

Maziar Bahari, who works for the US news magazine Newsweek, was detained without charge on Sunday and has not been seen or heard from since.

Newsweek’s editor Jon Meacham said: “We are deeply concerned about Mr Bahari’s detention. As a long time Newsweek reporter he has worked hard to be balanced in his coverage.”

“We see no reason why he should be held by the authorities,” he added.

More than 30 journalists and bloggers have been detained since the protests began, the campaign group Reporters Without Borders says.

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