BBC Persian is the Persian language broadcast station and subsidiary of BBC World Service which conveys the latest political, social, economical and sport news relevant to Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan, and the world.
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The BBC was at times even used directly in the operations, sending coded messages to the coup plotters by changing the wording of its broadcasts.
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Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and his supporters became critical of the BBC Persian in creating the environment for the popular upheaval that eventually led to the Iranian Revolution in February 1979.
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Many of Iranian's regime opposition believe that BBC Persian's news are directional and one-sided that helps and justifies Iranian's regime brutality toward people of Iran.
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BBC Persian have been accused of the publication of a large amount of low important news and information, fragmented and sometimes archival images that have drawn severe criticism from the audience of this media claiming to be honest.
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