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پنجشنبه ۱۸ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۶:۰۴ - ۸ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

تجمع دانشجويان بسيجي در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا در تهران


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSunday, May 16, 2004 <b>Supreme Leader Calls for Revising Aghajari&apos;s Death Sentence</b> • The judiciary&apos;s insistence on its death sentence against history professor and activist Hashem Aghajari, and Aghajari&apos;s refusal to appeal the Hamedan court&apos;s judgment, prompted the Supreme Leader to ask the judiciary to revise it. Hamedan judiciary sentenced Aghajari to death after his speech in June 2002 on Islamic Protestantism, in which he criticized the clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation. The supreme court overturned the death sentence last year, after widespread student unrest, which prompted a call from the Supreme Leader for review of the order. Last month, Hamedan judiciary announced that the same court has re-issued the death sentence. The Supreme Leader complained to the judiciary chief yesterday about the judiciary&apos;s handling of Aghajari&apos;s case, according to news websites in Iran. If the judiciary once again ignores the Supreme Leader&apos;s directives, it would become clear that a secret movement is at work, not only against the law, against the people and against an innocent university teacher, but with other plans in mind, Aghajari&apos;s lawyer Saleh Nikbakht said. • Deputy judiciary chief Abdolreza Izadpanah said the judiciary has not received any directive on Aghajari from the Supreme Leader. • In today&apos;s RadioFarda Roundtable, human rights activist <b>Elaheh Sharifpour Hicks</b>, Tehran University political science professor <b>Sadeq Zibakalam</b> and Tehran-based lawyer <b>Nemat Ahmadi</b> discuss the political and legal aspects of Aghajari&apos;s case. (Maryam Ahmadi) <b>Officials, Mobs, Denounce US and Britain Over Attacks on Iraqi Shiite Insurgents</b> • The Supreme Leader had said Muslims would not tolerate “such aggression.” Several conservative parties, including the Jam&apos;iat Mo&apos;talefeh Eslami, issued statements condemning the US. • President Khatami called US military operations in Najaf and Karbala an insult to Shiites all over the world. Former President Hashemi Rafsanjani said the biggest mistake of the US was to involve Shiites in conflicts. • A mob of nearly 100 people, whom a British foreign office spokesman described as “organized,” stoned the British Embassy in Tehran on Sunday, protesting against coalition attacks on Shiite insurgents in Iraq. The group introduced itself as members of the Tehran University branch of the volunteer division of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp, the Basij. A group of IRGC&apos;s Basij unit members and seminaries&apos; students rallied against the US yesterday in Qum. <b>MPs to Revive Anti-Torture Bill</b> • Energized by the international uproar over prisoner abuse in Iraq, the reformist MPs plan to revive the bill to join the international anti-torture convention. The Majles legal and judiciary committee will on Sunday review the wording of the bill, which defines torture as any act that would exert physical or psychological pain. The Majles had shelved the bill, after the Guardians Council found it contrary to Islam and the constitution. <b>Nobel Laureate Ebadi Angers Los Angeles Iranians</b> • In a speech at UCLA, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Shirin Ebadi, on a speaking tour in the US and Canada, said cultural relativism does not excuse violations of human rights. She also repeated her earlier comment that while some Islamic governments may violate human rights, Islam and human rights are not incompatible. Her speech, followed by a question and answer session, met with protests from some of the participants, who left the hall. A protestor tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Ebadi sounds like the Islamic regime authorities, and avoids speaking up for the oppressed women in Iran, who have been deprived of their right to equal inheritance and child custody by Islam. A group of demonstrators comprised of monarchists, former student confederation members and communist labor party supporters demonstrated against Ms. Ebadi and the Islamic regime outside the conference hall, as the Mayor of Los Angeles honored Ms. Ebadi with a plaque, and people inside the hall showered her with flowers. (Firoozeh Khatibi, Los Angeles) <b>Judiciary Sends Student Activists&apos; Cases to University Disciplinary Tribunals</b> • The judiciary will send the student cases to the universities&apos; disciplinary tribunals, higher education minister Jafar Tofiqi said. Students are faced with judgments, ranging from disciplinary notices to suspension and even exclusion from school, spokesman for the committee for defense of student prisoners <b>Seyyed Amir Pakzad</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. <b>Restrictions and Lack of Freedoms Hurt Tourism, Official Says</b> • The average age of foreign tourists is very high, which means nobody travels to Iran to have fun, head of the Tehran province&apos;s tourism office Gholamhossein Khosrowabadi said. Lack of personal freedoms and entertainment keeps tourists away from Iran, he added. The authorities blocked the efforts of private sector hotel owners such as Hossein Sabet to create an entertaining environment for his guests, Tehran-based independent journalist <b>Arash Qavidel</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. <b>Iran&apos;s Threat for Israel: Comment and Reaction</b> • The <i>Washington Times</i> writes: “One of Israel&apos;s biggest foreign policy nightmares is the possibility that Tehran will acquire atomic weapons and find the means to deliver them to Tel Aviv or other locations in Israel&apos;s industrial heartland. With such a deterrent capability, Iran could be tempted to think it could step up the level of terrorist violence against Israel in the Palestinian territories at no cost to itself. That would leave Israel with two high-risk options: launching a pre-emptive strike in the hope of decapitating Iran&apos;s nuclear weapons infrastructure; or hoping that a popular revolution topples the regime in Tehran very, very soon.” • Even without the Islamic Republic, Israel&apos;s problems with Hamas and other Palestinian hard-liners would continue, Columbia University&apos;s <b>Gary Sick</b>, former US national security council advisor, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The problem of terrorism in the Middle East is rooted in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Iran undoubtedly supports the Hezbollah, Hamas and others, but these groups do not work for Iran, he adds. Writers of the Washington Times article are distorting the facts in order to push for a particular position. (Leyli Sadr) . تعدادي کوکتل مولوتف در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا در تهران کشف شد. دانشجويان بسيجي دانشگاههاى تهران بعد از ظهر روز يکشنبه دراعتراض به بدرفتاري با عراقي ها در زندان ابوغريب توسط نيروهاى بريتانيايي وآمريکايي، در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا در تهران تجمع کردند. به گزارش خبرگزاري دولتي ايرنا، بيش از 600 دانشجو ازدانشگاههاى مختلف تهران دراين تجمع شرکت داشتند. دانشجويان با در دست داشتن پلاکاردهايي با عنوان «لانه روباه پير تعطيلبايد گردد»، «سفير انگلستان اخراج بايد گردد»، و «غيرتمندان شيعه کجا نشسته ايد»، در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا تجمع کردند. اجتماع کنندگان سپس با شعار «اى رهبر آزاده ،آماده ايم ، آماده» به سينه زني پرداختند و پرچمهاى آمريکا، بريتانيا واسراييل را آتش زدند. سايت اينترنتي بازتاب، که گفته مي شود زير نظر محسن رضايي، دبير مجمع تشخيص مصلحت نظام، اداره مي شود، به نقل از شاهدان عيني خبر داد كه در نخستين ساعات اين تجمع، كاركنان و ساكنان سفارتخانه از آن خارج شده‌اند و اكنون سفارت بريتانيا خالي از سكنه است. مأموران انتظامي گفتند كه در ميان درختان و شمشادهاي مقابل سفارتخانه، تعدادي كوكتل مولوتف كشف كرده‌اند. بنا بر گزارش خبرنگار «بازتاب»، تظاهرکنندگان پس از سر دادن شعارهاي «نيروي انتظامي، تأسف، تأسف» به داخل سفارتخانه سنگ پرتاب کردند، ولي تلاش آنها براي وارد شدن به سفارت، با دخالت مأموران نيروي انتظامي به جايي نرسيد. دانشجويان بسيجي دانشگاههاى تهران بعد از ظهر روز يکشنبه دراعتراض به بدرفتاري با عراقي ها در زندان ابوغريب توسط نيروهاى بريتانيايي وآمريکايي، در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا در تهران تجمع کردند. دانشجويان با در دست داشتن پلاکاردهايي با عنوان «لانه روباه پير تعطيلبايد گردد»، «سفير انگلستان اخراج بايد گردد»، و «غيرتمندان شيعه کجا نشسته ايد»، در مقابل سفارت بريتانيا تجمع کردند. اجتماع کنندگان سپس با شعار «اى رهبر آزاده،آماده ايم، آماده» به سينه زني پرداختند و پرچمهاى آمريکا، بريتانيا واسراييل را آتش زدند. مأموران انتظامي گفتند كه در ميان درختان و شمشادهاي مقابل سفارتخانه، تعدادي كوكتل مولوتف كشف كرده‌اند. تظاهرکنندگان پس از سر دادن شعارهاي «نيروي انتظامي، تأسف، تأسف» به داخل سفارتخانه سنگ پرتاب کردند، ولي تلاش آنها براي وارد شدن به سفارت، با دخالت مأموران نيروي انتظامي به جايي نرسيد.
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