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شنبه ۱۳ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۷:۱۳ - ۳ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

بحران خاورميانه: تاخير ديدار وزير امورخارجه آمريكا با ياسر عرفات


جمشيد چالنگي (قاهره)

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSaturday, April 13, 2002 - Woman Seeks Pardon for Killing the Police Officer Who Raped Her - Islamic Punishment: Amputation of a Thief's Four Fingers - Mehrangiz Kar writes to Majles Judiciary Commission - Former Khatami Advisor Responds Selectively to Internet Users' Questions - Sports Authority Plans to Sell Shares of Soccer Clubs in the Stock Market Woman Seeks Pardon for Killing the Police Officer Who Raped Her * In an open letter to the head of the Judiciary, Afsaneh Nowruzi, a woman who had been sentenced to death five years ago for killing a secret police officer on Kish island, asks for mercy. She writes that the killing was to defend her honor after the officer, Behzad Mozafari Moqadam, a friend of her husband, raped her. Lawyer Mohammad Hossein Aghasi tells RFE/RL that the woman's defense attorney said the death sentence had nothing to do with the fact that the victim was an officer of the secret police. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Islamic Punishment: Amputation of a Thief's Four Fingers * A condemned robber had four fingers of his right hand amputated in Qum on Thursday by the order of a criminal court. Lawyer Nemat Ahmadi tells RFE/RL that such sentences are rare, since, according to Islamic penal code, the crime has to meet a certain set of criteria. Harsh punishments, even death sentence, have little impact on preventing crimes, he adds. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Mehrangiz Kar writes to Majles Judiciary Commission In separate letters to the Majles Judiciary Commission and the Majles Speaker, lawyer and human rights activist Mehrangiz Kar complained about the treatment her husband, journalist Siamak Pourzand, 71, received from the Islamic Republic Judiciary. Kar tells RFE/RL that her complaint to the Majles is accompanied by legal reasoning. She says after several news items and rumors about her husband appeared in the Tehran conservative press about her husband, she waited in vain for an official statement from the Judiciary, but none was issued. When the Majles cannot exercise its own rights, how can plaintiffs to the Majles Judiciary Commission hope for action, she asks. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) Former Khatami Advisor Responds Selectively to Internet Users' Questions * Said Hajarian, a former advisor to President Khatami and the editor of a banned reformist newspaper, responds to only 40 of 80 questions posted on the website of the pro-Khatami Islamic Mosharekat (Participation) Party, of which he is a central committee member. Among the questions left unanswered are those concerning his role in punishing those accused of involvement in the failed 1981 military coup against the regime. In response to some other questions, Hajarian refers the questioners to the back issues of newspapers and magazines in Iran, to which Internet users have no access. Admitting the failure of the reform movement, he warns of chaos which could follow another revolution in Iran. Hajarian writes that a solution in Iran may be "Bonapartism" which unlike a revolution, will not result in any structural change. However, he maintains that reform continues to be possible in the Islamic Republic.(Alireza Taheri) Sports Authority Plans to Sell Shares of Soccer Clubs in the Stock Market * To transfer management of soccer clubs to the private sector, the Islamic Republic Sports Authority plans to sell their shares to the public. Sports writer Manuchehr Nowzari tells RFE/RL that most soccer clubs belong to state-owned factories and businesses and are heavily subsidized by the government. He says privatization of soccer clubs is not possible, since none of them own any assets or have any income. (Baktash Khamsehpour) WORLD * US Defense Secretary Rumsfeld accused Iran of harboring al Qaeda terrorists during interviews on CNN and other news outlets. (Alireza Taheri) * Review of world press on Middle East crisis. (Fariba Mavedat) * The aftermath of coup in Venezuela. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * UN High Commissioner for Refugees goes to Iran to oversee the planned voluntary repatriation of 400,000 Afghans. (Golnaz Esfandiari) * Eight Germans die in the blast at an ancient synagogue in Tunisia. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * Socialist writer Will Hutton and Princeton University's Zionist professor, Bernard Lewis talk to RFE/RL's London correspondent about the need for mutual empathy in the Middle East. (Shahran Tabari, London) ARTS AND IDEAS New York Magazine * In the work of the singer Baba Maal and others from Senegal and Mali, African pop music turns away from the electronic "Mango Sound" of the 1990's in favor of acoustic and regional instruments. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) * Filmmaker Hamid Rahmanian tells RFE/RL about three of his recent personal documentaries about identity, immigration and the clash of cultures. Weekly medical advice and commentary. (Dr. Manur Moslehi)

در پيامد بروز تاخير در ديدار كالين پاول، وزير امورخارجه آمريكا با ياسرعرفات، رئيس دولت خودگردان فلسطيني، مذاكرات فشرده اي بين هيات فلسطيني با آنتوني زيني، فرستاده ويژه واشنگتن به خاورميانه انجام گرفت كه طي آن، زيني خواستار محكوم ساختن عمليات انتحاري روز گذشته توسط ياسر عرفات شد. سه فلسطيني به اتهام شليك موشك به خاك اسرائيل در لبنان تحت محاكمه قرار گرفتند.

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