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چهارشنبه ۱۷ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۸:۱۴ - ۷ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

مخالفت رئيس جمهوري اسلامي با حمله احتمالي آمريكا به عراق


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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceSunday, August 04, 2002 - Khatami on possible US attack on Iraq - Majles Majority condemns ban on FMI - Protection of Caspian forests - Book on Iranian women journalists - Figaro's interview with Javad Tabatabai - Tehran harbors Islamic radicals, says Egyptian Islamic Jihad member - Pro-Khatami students oppose student supervision councils - Ferdowsi's poetry on seven CDs - Higher money supply - RFE/RL roundtable on the future of Iran - Daily reports on Internet, books, culture and music Saud al-Faisal, Khatami Oppose US Attack on Iraq * After meeting Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal today in Tehran, President Khatami expressed concern about foreign threats on Iraq. If such a pattern takes hold, he said, no country could be secure from superpower interference. (Alireza Taheri) Majles Majority Condemns Ban on FMI and Reformist Newspapers * In a statement read into record at the Majles, the reformist majority condemned the judiciary's ban on the opposition Freedom Movement of Iran (FMI) and the closing of the reformist newspaper Nowruz. FMI said it would appeal the jail and fine verdicts against 41 of its members, adding in its first statement since that their trials were held without jury and behind closed-doors. (Mehdi Khalaji) Environment Agency Proposes Protection of Caspian Area Forests * The government proposed banning all commercial exploitation of the Caspian area forests, environment agency chief Masumeh Ebtekar said. Tehran-based ecologist Esmail Kahrom tells RFE/RL that urgent action is required to save the forests from overexploitation by commercial interests. (Golnaz Esfandiari) German Book on Iranian Women Journalists * Austrian journalist Liz Obeid publishes a book on Iranian women journalists. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Figaro's Interview with Javad Tabatabi: Khatami's Failure * Political philosopher Javad Tabatabai told the Paris daily Figaro in a full-page interview that Khatami's language of democracy and freedom is more rooted in western secular thought than Islam. Tabatabai said Khatami would fail because the balance of power is not in his favor and he is theoretically delusional in seeking the Islamic utopia of "the city of the prophet (Madina-tol-Nabi)." (Mehdi Khalaji) Bin Laden Associate says Tehran Harbored al-Qaida Terrorists * Abdolfatah Fahmi, a jailed member of Egypt's banned Islamic Jihad party, and a close associate of Osama bin Laden and his right-hand man Aiman Al Zawahri, told al-Ahram newspaper that Tehran gave refuge to al-Qaida terrorists and other Islamic militants. He said because of his beliefs as a Sunni, he opposed cooperating with the Shiite Islamic Republic and told his view to Zawahiri, who was enthusiastic on Iran. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Reformists Student Union Condemns Supervisory Boards * The pro-Khatami central council of the union of Islamic students association said in a statement after yesterday's meeting in Shahr-e Kurd that student supervisory councils block students' political activities in universities. It also protested the intrusive role of the high council of cultural revolution. A Paris-based sociologist and expert on education tells RFE/RL that the culture of absolute control has dominated universities since early 1980's. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Ferdowsi Poetry on 7 CDs * London-based writer Bahman Forsi tells RFE/RL that it took him three years to read selected stories from Ferdowsi's epic the Shahnameh into seven CDs accompanied by music composed by Farnush Behzad. (Shahran Tabari) Money Supply Growth Contributes to Higher Inflation * The money supply grew by 10 percent higher than expected in the third five-year economic development plan, announced the central bank in its latest report to the money council. That means another jump in prices can be expected in the coming months as recession threatens Iran and the rest of the Middle East. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) RFE/RL Roundtable on the Future of Iran Three analysts comment to RFE/RL about on the future of Iran if current problems persist. * Tehran University political science professor Ahmad Naqibzadeh says any other government would have faced some of the difficulties the Islamic Republic is facing today, but some of the current problems are due to the government's seeing the people not as a nation but as followers. He says Tehran's intervention in international hot spots such as Bosnia and Chechnya has not helped solve the country's problems. * Tehran-based independent political commentator and former reformist publisher Mohsen Sazegara says the Islamic Republic opposed the modern world in its foreign policy and pretended that the whole world is corrupted and doomed to destruction. The Palestine-centered, anti-US foreign policy of the Islamic Republic was based on ideology not reality and had no care for protecting Iran's national interest. * Ohio Wesleyan University sociology professor Akbar Mahdi says the regime is faced with a legitimacy crisis and the globalization process intensifies the crisis. ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Listen.com's new online music service Rhapsody signed on all five US major record companies in a bid to distribute for pay music via the Internet. Bertelsmann's new management pulls the plug on the file sharing company Napster's development as a pay service. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) * Gamegrid.com lets subscribers play backgammon and chat at the same time. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) * Google.com offers search in Persian. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily Medical Advice Show (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Book Review Show * RFE/RL's Tehran based book critic reviews a collection of articles on mysticism by scholar Nasrollah Purjavadi, published by the state-owned "university publishing center" (Markaz-e Nashr-e Daneshgahi). Today in history (Gholamhosein Mirzasaleh, Tehran) Review of Iran's Constitutional Movement * Oxford University professor Homayoun Katouzian, author of several books on Iran's contemporary history, discusses the roots of the constitutional revolution in Iran. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Daily Science Report * Three US senators propose a bill to prevent obesity. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Civil Society and Human Rights * Leading civil rights activist Mehrangiz Kar talks about the regime's physical removal of political activists and journalists in her three times a week commentary show on RFE/RL. (Mehrangiz Kar) Song's Word: Aref's Mozhdeh Bedeh * RFE/RL's music critic Mahmud Khoshnam plays Mozhdeh Bedeh, an old Persian song based on the poetry of the late poet Houshang Ebtehaj performed by the 1960's pop singer Aref. (Mahmoud Khoshnam) Joy (Shadi) * Los Angeles-based Persian radio DJ Afshin Gorgin plays a selection of Persian pop tunes. Interview with Ali Amini's Son * Former prime minister Ali Amini's son, Iraj, who is writing a book about his father's life, talks to Ehsan Naraghi about the history of the "Kohi Nur" diamond. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) WORLD * A Palestinian terrorist's suicide bombing attack on a bus kills 9 in northern Israel. (Jamshid Chalangi) * German parties turn Middle East policy and US possible attack on Iraq into a campaign issue. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * Russia's deputy foreign minister Alexander Saltanov says his country would not make a deal with any country over Iraq. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * Head of UN Arms Inspectors Hans Blix says he would not go to Baghdad unless Iraq allows the return of the weapons investigators. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * China ignored Taiwan president's call for independence. (Shahran Tabari)

محمد خاتمي، رييس جمهوري اسلامي، در ديدار خود با امير السعود الفيصل وزير خارجه عربستان سعودي، از آنچه تهديد هاي ضد عراق خواند، ابراز نگراني كرد. خاتمي گفت: اگر پديده خطرناك دخالت كشوري قدرتمند در امور كشورهاي ديگر امري مرسوم شود، از اين پس هيچ دولت و ملتي امنيت نخواهد داشت. وي ضمنا عراق رابه رعايت قطعنامه هاي سازمان ملل متحد تشويق كرد. امروز نيز وزير امور خارجه عمان براي بحث درباره عراق و روابط دوجانبه در تهران به سر مي برد.

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