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یکشنبه ۲۱ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۱:۳۸ - ۱۱ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

برگزاري مراسم روز زن در ايران


نازي عظيما، مصاحبه با پروين اردلان (تهران)

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceFriday, March 08, 2002 * International Women's Day Widely Celebrated in Iran * Laugh Fest Banned in Mashhad * Universal vs. "Islamic" Human Rights * Majles Speaker's Travails in Europe Big Turnouts in Iran for International Women's Day * This year across Iran there are so many IWD events, both official and community that IWD will go on for a week reports an activist in Tehran's Women's Cultural Center, Parvin Ardalan. From Kurdistan, Farideh Aminoleslami tells RFE/RL that more than 2000 took part in this year's IWD gathering in Sanandaj, whereas last year the ceremonies were held secretly in private homes. Mahbubeh Qolizadeh, an official of the Iranian Women Writers and Journalists Association, tells RFE/RL that women MP's and government officials, many university professors, authors and movie directors are speaking at the association's IWD event at Tehran's Banu (Lady) cultural center, a unit of the municipal government. Poet and writer Puran, sister of the great poet Foruq Farrokhzad, tells RFE/RL about an extensive event at her home attended by many prominent writers and artists, with a daylong program of lectures and concerts. (Nazi Azima) Festival of Laughter Banned * Some in this town believe happy gatherings are against Islamic values, says Mashhad-based journalist, Mohammad-Sadeq Javadi Hesar. A festival of comedy and laughter officially titled "Let's Be Happy Again" was cancelled after a call from the local police chief. In his religious ruling (fatwa), Ayatollah Mohammd-Baqer Shirazi, prayer leader and representative of IRI Leader in Mashhad, says disrupting such an event is a religious duty. Javadi-Hessar tells RFE/RL that the festival organizer had no intention of insulting religious beliefs. (Jamshid Zand) Human Rights Activist Reminds Judiciary Chief of Iran's Commitments * As a party to international human rights conventions, Iran is committed to respect the world community's definition of human rights, says Paris-based human rights activist Abdolkarim Lahiji, in reaction to IRI judiciary chief Shahrudi's claim that Iran has a different, "Islamic" definition of human rights. Shahrudi said UN Special Rapporteur Copithorne's report on human rights abuses in Iran was influenced by politics. In response, Lahiji tells RFE/RL that human rights are universal and common to all religions and cultures. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Leftist Islamic Group Condemns Closing of its Weekly * The Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization (MIRO), a leftist group associated with the reform movement led by Khatami, sent a letter to judiciary chief Shahrudi protesting the closing of its weekly "Asr-e-Ma" (Our Time). It said that all members of the organization's central committee should share the 15-year jail sentence against the paper's editor, Mohammad Salamati, since the weekly was an official party organ. Journalist Jalil Moqadam tells RFE/RL that as an official newsletter of a sanctioned political party, "Asr-e Ma" should be exempt from the press law. He adds that the conservative judiciary prosecutes Asr-e-Ma and other reformist publications simply because of their reformist outlook. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Student Goes on Hunger Strike * Mehdi Sanjari, 19, a student activist arrested in a political rally marking the anniversary of assassinations committed by "rogue" intelligence personnel, went on a hunger strike last week in Tehran's Evin prison. He is protesting being in a group cell with young common criminals who routinely harass him, the secretary of the student committee to defend political prisoners, Hasan Zarehzadeh, tells RFE/RL. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Italian Press Ignore Majlis Speaker * Italian newspapers did not print any news about the two-day visit to Italy by Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi, who met the Italian president, prime minister, and parliament speaker. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) German Chancellor Cancels Meeting with Karrubi * Majles Speaker Karrubi cancelled his official visit to Berlin after Chancellor Schroeder backed off from his appointment to see him. Karrubi could not deliver on his promise to obtain the release of two Iranian German embassy translators jailed in Iran because of their participation in a Berlin conference on Iran, according to Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. The two were transferred to a prison near the Afghan border just as Karrubi left for Europe. (Shahram Mirian, Koln) Chicago-based Iranian Develops New Surgical Procedure against Breast Cancer * Dr. Kambiz Dolatshahi, a Chicago-based surgeon, explains to RFE/RL his new surgical method for the treatment of breast cancer, which was hailed by Time Magazine in its cover story on the disease. Dr. Dolatshahi says he is ready to go to Iran to give talks about his work. (Shahran Tabari, London) WORLD * 30 Palestinians die in Israel's biggest attack in 18 Years. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * UN talks with Iraq might bring back UN weapons inspectors. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Review of English-language press articles about UN-Iraq meeting. (Fariba Mavedat) * Al-Qaida uses Internet to communicate with its cells. Former Pakistan prime minister warns of al-Qaida attack to Afghanistan's south from Pakistan. (Homayoun Majd) * No al-Qaida member was arrested during hajj, says Saudi Arabia. (Jamshid Chalangi) * UNICEF warns about high rate of women dying in delivery. (Golnaz Esfandiari) * Karzai and UN Human Rights High Commissioner Mary Robinson speak in Kabul on International Women's Day. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) * On IWD, three Afghan women, Runa Yousefmansuri, member of the association of humanitarian aid for Afghan women in Austria; Simin Mosharraf, women and child rights activist in Tajikistan, and Leyla Aziz, women's rights activist in Germany talk to RFE/RL about the problems of Afghan women, the need for communication and cooperation among women's organizations, and the need for Karzai's administration to support women. (Shireen Famili) ARTS AND IDEAS Travel to Iran: A Look at Travel Books by Foreign Visitors to Iran * English officer William Franklin descriptions of Persepolis 300 years ago. (Based on research by Javad Tabatabai) Hasan Tehrani, Master of Tonbak (Persian drum) * On the 28th anniversary of this death, RFE/RL celebrates the art and life of Hasan Tehrani, the legendary Tonbak player. (Mahmud Khoshnam)

پروين اردلان، روزنامه نگار و از فعالان مركز فرهنگي زنان درتهران، در گزارشي براي راديوآزادي از برگزاري گسترده مراسم روز جهاني زن در تهران و شهرستانها مي گويد كه به جاي يك روز، طي يك هفته برگزار مي شود.

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