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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۲:۴۰ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

چشم انداز گسترش هرج و مرج و بي قانوني، از ديد يك روزنامه نگار


جمشيد زند، مصاحبه با احمد زيدآبادي (تهران)

Summary of Iran Stories of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceMonday, November 25, 2002 Reformist Journalist Warns of Chaos * Tehran-based reformist journalist Ahmad Zeydabadi, one of the 134 writers and journalists who signed an open letter today to demand the freedom of political prisoners and journalists, tells RFE/RL that attacks of vigilante elements on student rallies and the ransacking of the offices of the ministry of higher education by pro-conservative vigilantes are warning signs of rising chaos and lawlessness. He says in the letter the writers believe that the judiciary has strayed from the path of justice and is politically motivated. (Jamshid Zand) Reformists' Response to the Possible Rejection of Khatami's Reform Bills * Khatami reformists could resort to a national referendum or resign from government as ways to react to the Guardian Council's eventual rejection of the bills to expand presidential powers and reform the election law, the details of which are being deliberated in the Majles sub-committees. Conservative MPs have slowed down the bills' deliberation process by hundreds of modification proposals, and they tell their reformist colleagues that the conservative Guardians Council would certainly reject a bill that seeks to reduce its power to vet applicants for candidacy in the parliamentary elections. Reformists have tied their political future to these two bills, but they do not seem to have a clear plan in the event of the bills' rejection by the Guardians. (Siavash Ardalan) Hajarian's Assassin Threatens to Kill Professor Raisdana * Tehran University economy professor Fariburz Raisdana tells RFE/RL that last Friday Said Asghar, who was convicted for the attempted assassination of President Khatami's advisor Said Hajjarian, threatened him to death. He says Asghar pointed to his pocket and said one day he will shoot two bullets into his head. He adds that he and the pro-conservative plainclothes elements with him attacked the participants of the ceremony to honor Dariush and Parveneh Foruhar on the fourth anniversary of their murder by intelligence ministry officials. He says they attacked Foruhars' daughter and others and used such foul language against them and the victims of the serial murders that he had not heard before. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Rafsanjani Warns Against Student Rallies' Backlash * Former president Ali-Akbar Hashemi-Rafsanjani, head of the expediency council, told a gathering of Basijis that student rallies of the past two weeks are a reminder of the early years of revolution when leftist parties, liberals, foreign-based radios and monarchists brought 500,000 people to the streets to protest against the clerical rule. Rafsanjani characterized the crumbling of the rule of a few Shiite clerics in Iran as the fall Islam. (Mehdi Khalaji) Environmental Protection Department to Protect Forests * A bill to transfer protection of forests is under review in the Khatami administration's infrastructure committee and the high council on the environment, according to Masumeh Ebtekar, head of the environment protection department. Tehran University professor Esmail Kahrom tells RFE/RL that excessive logging and deforestation have destroyed so much of Iran's natural forests that in most cases forests cannot be replenished. He says ecologists have for years been urging the government to protect the forests, but the agencies in charge of the forests have failed to protect them. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Kuwait Sentences Three Iranians to Death for Hashish Smuggling * A Kuwait court sentenced three Iranians and their Kuwaiti partner to death for smuggling 102 kilograms of hashish with the street value of $5 million. Kuwaiti daily al-Qabas accused Iran of neglecting to prevent drug smuggling to Kuwait. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) Al-Sharq-ol-Owsat: Iraq Asked Arafat's Mediation with Iran * The London-based Saudi daily Al-sharq-ol-Owsat writes that the Iraqi government asked Yasir Arafat to mediate an Iran-Iraq peace. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) Iranian Wrestler in Germany * Bahman Golmohammadi, 24, who emigrated to Germany after the 1999 student unrest in Iran, tells RFE/RL that he wrestles professionally for ISP, a German wrestling team and has won every match, except last month in Austria, where he wrestled as a member of the German national team and lost the gold medal to his Russian rival. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Civil Society and Human Rights: Women's Potential * Lawyer and human rights advocate Mehrangiz Kar says that women in Iran should demand that the Supreme Leader uses his absolute power to end 24 years of discrimination against them. She says women should ask the Supreme Leader to appoint progressive clerics to Guardians Council, just as he ordered the judiciary to revise the death sentence against professor Aghajari. She says Iranian women have the potential to change the political face of the country. More Economic Newspapers to Emerge * Within a couple of months, four new economic dailies will be added to the roster of economic press. (Fereydoun Khavand)

در پي افرايش تنش هاي سياسي در هفته هاي اخير، 134 تن از روزنامه نگاران ايران با انتشار بيانيه اي خواستار آزادي زندانيان سياسي، ازجمله هاشم آغاجري، عباس عبدي، بهروز گرانپايه و حسين قاضيان شدند و به زندان انداختن روزنامه نگاران و دگرانديشان و پلمپ كردن مراكز پژوهشي، را به عنوان نشانه حكمفرما شدن يك اراده سياسي بر قوه قضائيه براي امنيتي كردن فضاي سياسي كشور، محكوم كردند. احمدزيدآبادي، روزنامه نگار اصلاحگرا، و يكي از امضاكنندگان بيانيه مذكور، در مصاحبه با راديوآزادي مي گويد: مخاطب اين نامه افكار عمومي است و اكثريت قاطع مردم ايران اعتقاد دارند كه دستگاه قضائي از عدالت دور شده است و يك اراده سياسي آشكار بر بخشي از اين دستگاه، كه مسئول پيگيري پرونده هاي سياسي است، حاكم است. زيدآبادي، با اشاره به هجوم نيروهاي لباس شخصي به وزارت علوم، هشدار مي دهد كه هرج و مرج و بي نظمي و بي قانوني دارد در ايران حكمفرما مي شود كه عاقبت آن معلوم نيست.

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