[COLOR=#999999 !important]A computer engineer checks equipment at an internet service provider in Tehran.(REUTERS / Caren Firouz) [/COLOR] Tehran plans to remove its key ministries and state bodies from the Internet next month, calling the worldwide web untrustworthy. The action is the first phase in a planned Iranian project to replace the Internet with a domestic intranet. The countrys key ministries will be unplugged from the global network as early as September, in a move Tehran said is aimed at protecting sensitive intelligence. Iran to unplug from Web to escape West LA KWANGU Ni kweli kuna haja ya kuanangalia mwenendo wetu namna tunavyojiunga kwenye mitandao. Internet security is a serious matter for modern cyber operations, especially for national social, intels and security. Iranians have a point on unplugging from world wide web (www), especially now when they are preparing for war against criminals of humanity.