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دوشنبه ۱۵ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۵:۵۸ - ۵ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

تجربه ناكام دانشكده پزشكي اسلامي زنانه در قم: پرداخت شهريه و عدم دريافت مدرك


ماه منير رحيمي، مصاحبه با فاطمه جليلي

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, February 23, 2002 TOP STORY Women's Medical School Experiment: High Tuition, No Diplomas * The students of the Fatemieh women's medical school in Qum were admitted only after a screening of their political and religious beliefs, Fatemeh Jalili, a student there, tells RFE/RL. Unlike other medical schools in Iran, the school has operated beyond the jurisdiction of the Health & Medical Education Ministry. Fatemieh's board is directly appointed by the present Leader, Khamenei. Last year, when the school had to close down its clinical department for lack of enough patients at its all-woman hospital, it refused to send its 300 clinical students to other medical schools and universities. Its clinical department is open once again but the Ministry of Health & Medical Education refuses to accredit any diploma issued by Fatemeih. The students staged a 14-day sit-in last February at the headquarters of the High Council of Cultural Revolution, but the school still lacks hospital access and educational facilities in Qum. (Mahmonir Rahimi) IRAN Hamid Karzai's Upcoming Trip to Iran: An Analysis * Although long overdue, the trip of Afghanistan's Interim Prime Minister, Hamid Karzai to Iran is an important move, according to Changiz Pahlavan, PhD, a scholar in Berlin of the contemporary history of Afghanistan. In an interview with RFE/RL, Dr. Pahlavan says the crisis in US-IRI relations has had an impact on IRI's relations with Afghanistan. (Shireen Famili) Caspian Sea Countries React to IRI's Oil & Gas Exploration Plans * In interviews with the Moscow press, the leaders of the Caspian Sea littoral countries reacted to the statement made the day before by IRI's Oil Minister about the IRI's plan to not wait for a consensus over the Caspian Sea Legal Regime. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Azerbaijani President Delays Trip to Iran, Once More * While sickness may have been the cause of the latest postponement of the trip to Iran by President Aliev of Azerbaijan, the delay will deepen the two-year strains in IRI-Azerbaijan relations, writes RFE/RL reporter, Michael Lelyvard. The rift among the littoral states over a Caspian legal regime is deepest between IRI and Azerbaijan. (Homayoun Majd) Iran Air's Tupolev Airliner Crash in Loristan Heights: Follow Up * Working in difficult icy conditions of the high mountain of Sefid Kooh, the rescuers managed to recover all the 119 bodies, as Behzad Mazaheri, the head of the IRI National Aviation Organization announced his resignation in Tehran. (Siavoush Ardalan) Lawyer Defending Nationalist-Religious Coalition Defendants Charged with "Deceiving" the Judge * A now expired "Reconstruction of Human Resources" law is the basis of a new charge of deception lodged against Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah, one of the lawyers representing the 19 members of the Nationalist-Religious Coalition being tried by the Tehran Revolutionary Court for subversion. Dadkhah tells RFE/RL that since his clients are charged with political offenses, they should be tried in normal courts with lawyers and a jury, whereas their trial is now behind closed doors without a jury. Dadkhah adds that the charge of deception, for which he is to appear in court on Sunday before Judge Saeed Mortazavi of branch 1410, does not meet any legal standard. According to the law, he adds, the judge in the Tehran Revolutionary Court should have resigned from the case, when he found himself in dispute with the lawyer, instead of accusing the lawyer of crimes and sending him to another court to be tried. (Amir-Mossadeq Katouzian) Iranian musicians in Germany: Freiburg-Isfahan Sistership * Safa Ensemble from Iran has been invited to Germany to perform in ceremonies celebrating the Sisterhood of the cities of Freiburg and Isfahan, reports RFE/RL's Koln correspondent, Shahram Mirian. WORLD Middle East Crisis: New Steps towards Peace * Israel will halt its military operations against the Palestinians for two weeks. Palestinian Authority arrested three charged with involvement in the killing of the Israeli Minister of Tourism. (Jamshid Chalangi) EU Efforts for Peace in the Middle East * Javier Solana, the EU representative in security and foreign affairs is due in the Middle East to discuss EU efforts for peace in the Middle East with regional officials. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Anan Asks UN to Do More for Middle East Peace * the UN General Secretary has asked the Security Council and world community to play a greater role in resolving the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians, writes RFE/RL's UN correspondent, Robert McMahon. (Homayoun Majd) Pakistan Searches for Suspects in Daniel Pearl Murder * Pakistan security forces follow leads in their search for the killers of the Wall Street Journal reporter. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Four al-Qaida Tunisians Get Jail Terms in Milan, 9 Arrested in Rome * The four were convicted to jail terms for their relation to the al-Qaida terrorist network, while security forces in Rome found poison and maps with 9 Moroccan members of an Islamic group, who allegedly planned to poison the city's water supply. (Ahmad Raf'at, Rome) Saddam Invites the US to Attack His Regime, Not Iraq * Amidst Arab calls that he resign for the safety of his own people, Saddam has asked the US to attack his regime instead of his country. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) US President Ends Trip to China * The President's China trip ends amid US worries about China's missile projects. (Shahram Tehrani, Beijing) Egyptian Train Fire Follow Up * Egyptian Minister of Transportation and the head of that country's national train service resigned, in the aftermath of the passenger train fire that killed 373. Egypt will officially announce the results of its widespread probe into the causes of the fire. (Jamsheed Chalangi, Cairo) Post-war Afghanistan Conference at France's National Assembly building * In an interview with RFE/RL, journalist Gisu Jahangiri, the director of the French branch of Open Asia, talks about a conference she organized about Afghanistan in the building of France's Parliament. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Qaddafi's Son in Paris Plans a Painting Exhibit * Walking around with Bengali tigers in tow, Qaddafi's son is in Paris along with Libya's entire soccer team and 75 courtesans in order to set up an exhibition of his paintings, funded by ten international oil companies active in Libya. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Russians Will Attend the Closing Celebration of the Winter Olympics * In spite of the Russian Duma's statement against the organizers of the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics, the Russian athletes will not boycott the closing celebrations. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Cartoonist Chuck Jones Remembered * Bugs Bunny's creator, the late Chuck Jones, touched millions all over the world with his creations, reports Amir-Mossadeq Katouzian.

فاطمه جليلي، يك دانشجوي دانشكده پزشكي فاطميه قم، تنها دانشكده پزشكي تك جنسيتي در ايران، در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي، درباره تجربه ناكام افراطيون مذهبي براي تاسيس يك دانشكده پزشكي تك جنسيتي در قم صحبت مي كند و در باره مشكلات كشدار دانشجويان اين دانشگاه مي گويد: هدف از تاسيس اين دانشگاه ترببيت "خانم هاي متخصص و متعهد" بود و دانشجويان آن از طريق "گزينش" با توجه به عقايد سياسي و مذهبي آنها برگزيده مي شدند و وزارت بهداشت نيز حاضر به رسيدگي به شكايات آنها نبود. فاطمه جليلي مي گويد بخش باليني اين دانشكده كار آموزش را به بيمارستاني در قم محدود كرده بود كه قرار بود بيماران و پزشكان و كاركنان آن همگي زن باشند ولي تعداد بيمار به اندازه كافي در اين بيمارستان نبود. به همين سبب بخش باليني منحل شد و قرار شد كه دانشجوهاي اين بخش به دانشكده هاي پزشكي ديگر انتقال يابند. اما بنابه گفته فاطمه جليلي، مسئولان دانشكده فاطميه از انجام تعهدات خود به وزارت بهداشت طفره رفتند و مي خواهند 300 دانشجو را در قم نگاه دارند در حاليكه امكان تحصيل آنها در اين بخش با توجه به امكانات محدود تنها بيمارستاني كه در اختيار دارد، وجود ندارد. دانشجويان اين دانشكده به مدت 14 روز در برابر شوراي عالي فرهنگي بست نشستند. ولي از كار خود نتيجه نگرفتند، هرچند كه قول تغيير رياست و هيات امناي دانشكده به آنها داده شد. فاطمه جليلي مي گويد كساني كه به جاي رييس قبلي نشسته اند به رفتار مسئولان قبلي با دانشجويان ادامه مي دهند. دانشكده پزشكي فاطميه قم يك موسسه آموزش عالي غير دولتي مخصوص زنان است كه زير نظر يك هيات منصوب از سوي رهبر جمهوري اسلامي اداره مي شود. كمبود امكانات بيمارستاني و آموزشي در قم فعاليت اين دانشكده را با بن بست مواجه كرده است. وزارت بهداشت، درمان و آموزش پزشكي از دادن مدرك رسمي به دانشجويان آن امتناع مي ورزد.

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