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یکشنبه ۱۴ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۵:۳۰ - ۴ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

تجمع دانشجوئي در اعتراض به حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري به درگيري كشيده شد


جمشيد زند، مصاحبه با عبدالله مومني، اكبر عطري (تهران) و يك خبرنگار اهوازي

Summary of Iran Stories of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceMonday, November 18, 2002 Basiji Students and Plainclothes Strike Force Clash with Reformist Students * A group of Basiji students and plainclothes Ansar-e Hezbollah forces clashed with pro-reform students at an indoor rally at Sharif University in Tehran. Abodollah Momeni, a member of the central council of the Daftar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat, association of students' Islamic councils, who spoke at the rally, tells RFE/RL that the hall was filled to its capacity of 10,000. He says some students were hurt when the Basiji students and Ansar-e Hezbollah forces attacked them in the hall and also as they were marching to the university gates. Police prevented students from leaving the gates in the march formation. He says Daftar's next rally will be held on Student Day on December 6, but the students' Islamic council of each university will continue to stage protests on their own. Akbar Atri, a former central councilmember of the Daftar, tells RFE/RL that students protest against the judiciary's actions. (Jamshid Zand) * A journalist in Ahvaz tells RFE/RL that more than 3,000 participated in a protest march on campus organized by pro-reform Islamic students in Ahvaz, in which Akbar Atri spoke. Four students were hurt in clashes. He says students called for an end to "dictatorship" and Taliban-style government in Iran. (Jamshid Zand) Aghajari's Death Sentence * The former Iran envoy to the UN Saeed Rajai-Khorasani, who is now a Tehran University professor with views closer to the conservative camp, tells RFE/RL that by calling for the revision of Aghajari's verdict, the Supreme Leader effectively ended the conflict between the two factions. As a primary court's ruling, the verdict could be appealed anyway. Considering Aghajari's crime of denouncing the practice of religious emulation, the death sentence is a small punishment, though the sentence did not help Iran's international image. (Siavash Ardalan) * Ahmad Qabel, a reformist cleric and political commentator, tells RFE/RL that the supreme leader should complete his intervention in the Aghajari affair by having Aghajari released for jail. Qabel says the judge and the "corrupt" management of the judiciary have committed a crime by issuing a verdict that has fomented tension in the country. He calls for freeing everyone sent to jail by verdicts like Aghajari's, which are more political statements than judicial rulings. (Siavash Ardalan) * Head of the Islamic Revolution documents center Rohollah Hosseinian, a hard-line conservative cleric, whom opposition groups had implicated by in the 1998-99 serial murders of dissidents, wrote an open letter to Majles speaker Karrubi, criticizing the Majles support for Hashem Aghajari. (Mehdi Khalaji) * The Financial Times wrote that the supreme leader's order to revise Aghajari's death sentence will not end tensions between the two factions. (Shahran Tabari, London) * Aghajari's death sentence will have economic impact, especially in the upcoming negotiations on trade cooperation with the EU. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) Independent Lawyers to Sue Judiciary Chief's Deputy * More than 300 lawyers gathered at Tehran's Marmar Hotel at the invitation of "the Society of Independent Lawyers" to denounce the deputy chief of judiciary Ayatollah Hasan Marashi's statements about lawyers. In a speech inaugurating the judiciary's parallel bar association, Marashi had said lawyers' goal is only to extort money from people. Tehran-based lawyer and human rights activist Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah, who spoke at the meeting, tells RFE/RL that more than 3000 complaints will be filed by individual lawyers against Marashi. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) London Professor Denies Allegations of Ties with Jailed Pollster Ghazian * The conservative Tehran daily Kayhan accused Ziba Mirhosseini and Richard Tapper, two professors at the London School of Oriental and African Studies, of ties with jailed pollster Hossein Ghazian, on behalf of anti-regime groups in the west. Ziba Mirhosseini tells RFE/RL that her correspondent with Ghazian was limited to his participation in a university seminar in London. She says anti-regime activists in the west had previously accused her of colluding with the regime when in another seminar she had invited a representative from the Supreme Leader. Ghazian and three other pollsters were thrown in jail after the publication of a poll commissioned by the Majles that showed 74 percent of respondents favored relations with the US. (Shahran Tabari, London) Amir Taheri on the Conflict between Islam and Democracy in Iran * In an article in the Wall Street Journal, veteran journalist Amir Taheri says while the US press is focused on Afghanistan and Iran, a genuine conflict between Islam and democracy is brewing in Iran. (Fariba Mavedat, London) Majles Begins Deliberation on Presidential Powers Bill * The Majles began deliberation on President Khatami's bill to expand presidential powers to include suspension of court orders that violate constitutional rights. Tehran MP Mohsen Armin, a board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization, said the bill would solve one of the most important problems of the reform process. * Esfahan university professor Abdol-hossein Sasan tells RFE/RL that reformists expect Mohammad Khatami to resign if the Guardians Council rejects the bill. (Fereydoun Zarnegar)

تجمع امروز دانشجويان براي اعتراض به حكم اعدام آغاجري، به فراخوان دفتر تحكيم وحدت (منتخبان علامه)، در محل سالن اجتماعات دانشگاه صنعتي شريف آغاز شد و با راهپيمائي تا درب اصلي دانشگاه به پايان رسيد. عبدالله مومني، عضو شوراي مركزي دفتر تحكيم وحدت، درمصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد: در اين تجمع بيش از 10 هزار نفر شركت داشتند و نيروهاي بسيجي و لباس شخصي ها در با دانشجويان درگير شدند و چند دانشجو مجروح شدند. وي مي افزايد: نيروي انتظامي از خروج دانشجويان در حال سر دادن شعار جلوگيري كرد. وي مي گويد مسئولان نظام در برابر فعاليت هاي دانشجوئي مجبور به عقب نشيني شدند. وي مي گويد: برنامه هاي سازمان يافته دفتر تحكيم وحدت، امروز خاتمه يافت ولي تا برنامه بعدي دفترتحكيم وحدت روز 16 آذر، برنامه ها به صورت خود جوش توسط شوراهاي اسلامي دانشجويان برگزار مي شود. در دانشگاه هاي تربيت مدرس و الازهرا نيز كلاس ها تعطيل شدند ولي تجمعي برقرار نشد. اكبرعطري، عضو سابق شوراي مركزي دفتر تحكيم وحدت در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد تظاهرات دانشجويان اعتراض به اقدامات قوه قضائيه ظرف چند سال اخير است. يك روزنامه نگار اهوازي در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد: در تجمع دانشجوئي ديروز سه هزار نفر شركت داشتند. چهاردانشجو در اثر حمله 15 مهاجم به شعاردهندگان، زخمي شدند. وي مي گويد: در اين تظاهرات اهواز، عليه استبداد، حكومت طالباني و حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري شعار داده شد.

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