Be vigilant with any communication before it is fed to the masses because unassessed information can lead the audience to a negative direction
By Bayan Nalubwama
Mohammad Reza Ghezelsofla, the Iran Cultural Chancellor has advised Journalists to promote human values and dignity while executing their duty of communicating to the masses.
He rallied them to be vigilant with any communication before it is fed to the masses because unassessed information can lead the audience to a negative direction.
While addressing Journalists during the celebration of the Iran National Journalist Day on Tuesday at The Cultural Consulate office, Mohammad Reza said: “Every country has enemies in different ways and approaches therefore it is the work of journalists to protect their respective nation from such negative direction.”
The Iran National Journalist day was established to honor the memory of Iranian Reporter, Mahmoud Saremi who was assassinated in Afghanistan in 1998. Saremi was a very brave and intelligent man who worked deligetly while serving his country and he is celebrated among Journalists in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
“He had faith and action in his lifetime and he was not known in reporting baseless news but from trusted sources.
Seremi used to unite people and he used to support the righteous way during his time of service before he was assassinated in Afghanistan.” Reza said
He further advised journalists to plan for their respective lives as they wait for a final reward in the next life which is eternal.