Morteza Kazemian

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Morteza Kazemian
🏳️ NationalityIranian
💼 Occupation
🏛️ Political partyCouncil of Nationalist-Religious Activists of Iran

Morteza Kazemian (Persian: مرتضی کاظمیان‎) is an Iranian journalist and nationalist-religious activist.[1]

Kazemian was political editor of Khordad[2] and wrote for Fath newspaper,[3],[4] Etemad-e-Melli and Roozonline.[5]


  1. Janne Bjerre Christensen (2011). Drugs, Deviancy and Democracy in Iran: The Interaction of State and Civil Society. International Library of Iranian Studies. 32. I.B.Tauris. p. 114. ISBN 9781848856394. Search this book on Logo.png
  2. Geneive Abdo (12 October 1999), "Khatami ally charged in pre-election 'dirty tricks'", The Guardian, retrieved 20 June 2017
  3. "Chronology of Events in Iran, January 2002: Two journalists arrested" (PDF),, p. 5, 26 January 2002, retrieved 20 June 2017 – via UNCHR Ankara COI Team
  4. "Parliament calls for arrest of Moussavi, two other opposition leaders", CNN, 31 December 2009, retrieved 20 June 2017
  5. Muhammad Sahimi (28 December 2009), "A second coup?", Tehran Bureau, retrieved 20 June 2017

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