Iran, Tehran, 18 November/ Trend , corr. A.Namdari /An official of the Iranian Islamic Republic judicial agency reported that his country prohibited over 5mln Internet web-sites.
According to Trend Tehran based correspondent, Justice Advisor of the Iranian General Prosecutor's Office Abdul Samad Khorramabadi said at the one day regional forum held in the Free Islam University dedicated to the 'Family conflict science' topic that over 5mln Internet web-sites were prohibited in the country recently.
Khorramabadi added that "Internet causes social damage to the public, and special programs must be designed to reduce the damage".
"Enemies misuse of Internet and try to damage religious values of the Iranian community," the representative of Iranian Judicial agency said.
For the first time Iranian official stated that Internet web-sites cause obstacles in the Iranian Islamic Republic.
Judicial agencies and communication agencies of Iran do not announce the exact name of closed web-sites.
Together with China Iran is amongst of the countries which prohibit Internet web-sites.