While everyone is anticipating better future and life conditions in Iran after the long-awaited "implementation day" of the nuclear deal finally saw the light, the situation of journalists in the Islamic Republic is only getting worse.
Immediately after lifting the international sanctions, Iran’s official, moderate and reformist media hailed and celebrated the country's reintegration with the international economy.
Meanwhile, politicians from different parts of the world bombarded the media with optimistic statements arguing that the world is a safer place now.
But we, the journalists, understand quite well that the deal doesn’t mark the start of a safer world as Secretary of State John F. Kerry said.
Iran is one of the world’s top jailers for journalists, where journalists are threatened, abused and detained.