The publishing principles of Top Which on the news to be published in cases of war, conflict, terrorism, violence and disaster are as follows:
In cases of war, conflict, terrorism, violence and disasters, it takes into account universal human rights, national security and public order while reporting the public’s right to information, and shows an example of responsible broadcasting in this regard.
It refuses to publish broadcasts that incite the society to violence, terrorism, ethnic discrimination or direct the public to hatred and hostility by considering class, race, language, belief, gender and region.
It will create feelings of hate among people; avoids all kinds of publications and approaches that will cause fear, chaos, hostility, panic and frustration.
It pays attention that its publications do not have a quality and style that encourages violence, spreads fear, causes trauma, damages the principles of equality and justice, degrades human dignity and encourages discrimination.
It publishes its news on war, conflict, terrorism and violence, based on exaggerated, objective data and based on an authoritative source as much as possible. It complies with the publication ban of the competent authorities.
It does not publish the names of those who lost their lives after terrorist attacks, accidents or natural disasters before their families learn.
Since it considers the holiness of human life as indispensable, it does not publish broadcasts that would offend the victims and their relatives in cases of terror, violence and disasters.
It is based on protecting the privacy of the person and respecting the dignity of the dead in war, conflict, terror and disasters, regardless of who they are.
He avoids the publication of images and photographs showing the execution of death sentences and the painful killing of people.
It does not broadcast close-up shots of the faces of the dead and injured, shattered bodies or limbs of the dead and wounded, such as that would cause psychological shock to the public.
It does not broadcast direct or indirect propaganda of criminal and terrorist organizations.
It does not use the language, jargon, definitions, images and implications of terrorist organizations in a way that helps terrorist propaganda.
In the event of any natural disaster, violence or terrorist incident, it delivers the news and images it obtains to its subscribers, taking into account social benefits and solidarity, and does not include sensational content and images.