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[TEHRAN BUREAU] Government officials are asking residents in north and northwest Tehran to choose: either keep their much prized — but illegal — satellite dishes, or continue chanting, “Allah o Akbar!” or “God is Great,” the revolutionary slogan piercing the capital every night, but not both.
Since the brutal crackdown on protesters after the June 12 presidential election and the information blackout that followed, electronic signals have been in high demand. More than ever, Iranians want their Internet, text messaging, BBC and Voice of America, which come flowing through satell