Iran bans WhatsApp

The Iranian regime has banned access to the WhatsApp messaging application because it is owned by a Jewish “American Zionist”, Fox News reported Saturday.

WhatsApp was acquired in February by Facebook for a reported $19 billion in cash and stock.

Facebook itself apparently has limited accessibility in the country, along with the other major social networks like Instagram, Twitter, Viber, YouTube, et al.  In fact, several government officials are active on these social networking sites themselves, where they shovel out the propaganda.


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