History and profile
The publisher of Khordad was Abdollah Noori. It was shut down by Iran Special Clerical Court in November 1999, and its publisher and editor-in-chief, Abdollah Noori, was sentenced to jail for five years on 27 November 1999. Khordad was based in Tehran.
The name of the liberal reformist newspaper was a reference to the 2nd of Khordad Movement, the Iranian reform movement. The word 'Khordad' is the New Persian continuation of Middle Persian Hordad, from Avestan Haurvatat "wholeness."
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