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یکشنبه ۱۴ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۶:۰۷ - ۴ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

پيامد قتل هاي زنجيره اي: اعتراض به لغو حكم اعدام قاتلان داريوش و پروانه فروهر


ژان خاكزاد، مصاحبه با عبدالكريم لاهيجي

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceFriday, May 31, 2002 - Commuting death sentences of serial murderers - Student protests in Arak and Kermanshah - Domestic accord over reaction to the US demands - Iran satisfied with 20% share of Caspian resources - Iran to implement UN-backed tourism plan - Deputy foreign minister discusses nuclear cooperation with Russia - Iran donates 75 armed personnel carriers to Sudan Victims' Son and Daughter Protest Commuting of Murderers' Sentences * In a statement issued in Tehran, Arash and Parvaneh Foruhar, son and daughter of murdered dissidents Dariush and Parvaneh Foruhar, denounced last week's court decision to commute capital punishment sentences of their parents' killers to ten years in jail. The judiciary of the armed forces said in its decision that the Foruhar family has relinquished their right to seek death punishment. Foruhars wrote in their statement that their opposition to capital punishment does not mean they agreed the killers of their parents go unpunished. Human rights activist Abdolkarim Lahiji, whose Paris-based Society for Defense of Human Rights in Iran also denounced the court sentences, says the court intends to whitewash these and other murders of political dissidents and journalists committed by the "rogue" intelligent ministry officers. Calling the murders crimes against humanity, Lahiji tells RFE/RL that by commuting death sentences, the regime shows that it does not want to punish its loyal agents. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Rise of Student Protests in Arak and Kermanshah * Arak and Kermanshah students clashed with police as they protested against university food and living conditions, as well as the poor quality of education. Also, the students arrested last week while traveling in a bus to Fumen, will be tried next week on charges of taking co-ed pictures and having anti-pregnancy pills. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Strategic Forecast: New Political Line-Up * Iran's leadership is in disarray, but it seems that the warring political factions within the regime have reached an accord over reaction to US demands, according to Stratfor, published by Strategic Forecast. (Fariba Mavedat) Iran Would Agree to A 20% Share of Caspian * Mehdi Safari, Iran's special representative in the Caspian Sea negotiations, told a Caspian Geopolitical Conference at Mazandaran University on Thursday that Iran would be satisfied with a 20% share of the Caspian resources. Deputy foreign minister Aminzadeh mentioned the 20% share as a possible goal for Iran in an interview with the reformist daily Noruz, but said until all littoral states agree upon a new legal regime, the 50-50 division between Iran and the former Soviet Union remains in effect. It seems that the regime's leadership at the highest levels has settled on aiming for a 20% share of the Caspian resources. Now the high officials want to convince the rank and file and the Majles MPs to give up advocating the 50 percent share for Iran. Reformist MPs have criticized the government for failing to press for Iran's right to 50 percent of the Caspian under the 1921 and 1940 treaties with the former Soviet Union. (Jamshid Zand) Deputy Foreign Minister Zarif Visits Russia * Deputy foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif yesterday in Moscow discussed expansion of Iran-Russia cooperation in various fields, including nuclear energy, with his Russian counterpart. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) Iran to Implement Tourism Plan with UN's Help * An UN-supervised, 15-year plan to improve tourism was announced yesterday by Mohammad Moezedin, head of Iran's tourism organization. University professor and tourism expert Mohammad Taqi Rahnamai says the UN involvement will help Iran attract foreign investment to its ailing tourism industry. He tells RFE/RL that government investment in tourism would provide the groundwork for the private sector to act. However, tourism in Iran would not improve by investments alone, because the international political tensions due to Iran's foreign policy keep tourists away. (Jamshid Zand) Iran Donates 75 Armed Personnel Carriers to Sudan * Announcing Iran's plan to donate 75 personnel carriers and military trucks to Sudan, the Sudanese army spokesperson said the Islamic Republic supports Sudan's war with the people's army for liberation of Sudan. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) WORLD * The US to send Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to Pakistan and India. (Golnaz Esfandiari) * The US orders 65,000 civil and military Americans out of India and Pakistan. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Assistant Secretary William Burns offers a new Middle East peace plan in his meeting with President Hosni Mubarak. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * The FBI warns against possible terrorist attacks. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * The EU plans a new police to battle illegal immigration. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) * Italian intellectuals criticize new immigration law. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * UAE expands exports to Afghanistan with the help of Iranian businesses. More than $7 billion goods were transported to Afghanistan since December 2001 through Iran. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Islamic fundamentalism and violence: RFE/RL interviews Washington-based sociologist and commentator Rasool Nafisy and Kuala Lumpur-based Islamic Sharia professor Ahmad Kazemi. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Domestic violence is underreported in Eastern European countries. (Fariba Mavedat) ARTS AND CULTURE Soccer World Cup Reports * RFE/RL's soccer commentator Mehrdad Masudi reports on soccer World Cup games from Seoul, South Korea. Jean Khakzad reports on soccer excitement in France as France team loses to Senegal 1-0. Travel Writing by Foreign Visitors to Iran: William Franklin * William Franklin, the British officer who visited Iran in the 18th Century, witnessed the competition for power among the heirs of Karimkhan. (Nazi Azima, based on research by Javad Tabatabai, Paris) In Memory of the Leading Scholar Badiozaman Foruzanfar * Prominent scholars Ahmad Mahdavi Damghani, Jalal Matini and Mohammad Estelami discuss the life and work of their teacher and colleague Badiozaman Foruzanfar on the 33rd anniversary of his death. (Nazi Azima) Classic Love Stories * Sadredin Elahi begins story of Yusof and Zoleikha based on Nuredin Jami's poetry. In the World of Music * RFE/RL's music critic Mahmud Khoshnam interviews Iranian-Armenian composer Loris Cheknavarian about performances in Tehran of his work Shiran va Farhad by the Armenia String Orchestra.

پرستو و آرش فروهر، فرزندان داريوش و پروانه فروهر، دو تن از قربانيان قتل هاي زنجيره اي، در اطلاعيه نوشتند مخالفت آنان با حكم اعدام به معني چشم پوشي از كيفر عاملان اين جنايت ها نيست. اين اطلاعيه پس از آن انتشار يافت كه دادگاهي در مجتمع قضائي نيروهاي مسلح، حكم اعدام دو مامور وزارت اطلاعات جمهوري اسلامي را كه به قتل فجيع داريوش و پروانه فروهر اعتراف كرده اند، را به ده سال حبس تخفيف داد. دكتر كريم لاهيجي، رئيس جامعه دفاع از حقوق بشر در ايران، در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي، لغو مجازات اعدام قلاتلان را تلاش براي لوث كردن اين جنايت توصيف مي كند و مي افزايد قتل فروهرها، مصداق جنايت عليه بشريت بود. فروهر مي گويد: حكومت ايران نمي خواهد دو تن از ماموران وفادار خود را حتي روي كاغذ هم به اعدام محكوم كرده باشد.

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