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اعتراض به ادامه حصر آيت الله منتظري: سفر دانشجويان اصلاح طلب از اصفهان به قم

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Summary of Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSaturday, January 25, 2003 <b>Isfahani Activists Travel to Qom to Protest Dissident Cleric&apos;s Prolonged House Arrest</b> * A delegation from the San&apos;ati University of Isfahan&apos;s students&apos; Islamic council and members of the central council of Daftar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat, the association of students&apos; Islamic councils, traveled to Qom yesterday and today to protest against the continued house arrest of Ayatollah Hosseinali Montazari, 80, the highest ranking clerical critic of the regime. The revolutionary guards have blocked access to Montazeri&apos;s house since October 1997, after he criticized the absolute power of the Supreme Leader and his lavish trips. Daftar&apos;s secretary Abdollah Momeni tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the students visited with Ayatollah Montazeri&apos;s son Ahmad and talked to Ayatollah Montazeri by intercom. Momeni says the rumors in the conservative press that Montazeri suffers from dementia are a part of a propaganda campaign to discredit Ayatollah Montazeri before his possible release. He blames Montazeri&apos;s captors for all Ayatollah&apos;s health problems in captivity. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Shiraz Friday Prayer Leader Faults the Clergy for the Spread of Drug Addiction</b> * Shiraz Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Haeri Shirazi admitted yesterday that the Shiite religious leaders hesitate to issue a decree, or <i>fatwa</i> against drugs. Sadredin Nuredin Khorasani, a California-based Shiite scholar, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that top Shiite clerics never decreed against cigarette and opium smoking, and some of them use both, and so far, no question has been put to a source of religious emulation about it. He adds that <i>fatwa</i>s are usually decreed in response to an emulator&apos;s question. (Ali Sajjadi) <b> Pollster&apos;s Lawyer Calls His Detention Illegal</b> * Lawyer Saleh Nikbakht said the continued detention of this client pollster and reformist political activist Abbas Abdi is against the law, because his trial officially ended last week when he submitted his final defense. Tehran-based lawyer Nemat Ahmadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that according to Iran&apos;s trial law, courts cannot keep defendants in jail on temporary detention orders after the conclusion of their trials. <b>Mosharekat Chief Explains Reformists&apos; Referendum Offer</b> * Secretary general of the reformist party Jebheh-ye Mosharekat-e Iran-e Eslami (the Islamic Iran Participation Front) Mohammad-Reza Khatami said in response to a letter from Habibollah Asgharoladi, secretary-general of the conservative party Jam&apos;iat Mo&apos;talefeh-ye Eslami, that the Majles has the right to hold national referendums on presidential powers, the Guardians Council&apos;s vetting of election candidates and any other legislation that the Guardians Council rejects. He also proposed direct negotiations with the conservatives on the following topics: referendum, the budget and expenses of institutions under the Supreme Leader, such as radio-TV and religious-economic cartels, and probe into the 1999 serial murders of dissidents by intelligence ministry agents. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Jailed Writer&apos;s Wife Writes to Khatmia</b> * Mahshid Hamzehpour, wife of writer and children&apos;s books translator Siamak Taheri wrote to President Khatami that she cannot get any information about her husband&apos;s whereabouts a week after five men who identified themselves as police agents searched their home, interrogated her husband and took him away. She said she is worried that her husband&apos;s disappearance may be the work of the likes of the "rogue" intelligence ministry agents who confessed to the 1999 serial murders of dissidents (Jamshid Zand) <b>India&apos;s UN Ambassador Sees No Obstacle in Iran-India Gas Pipeline Deal</b> * Indian Ambassador to the UN Vijay Nambiar tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he sees no obstacle in the Iran-India gas pipeline project. He adds the two countries are interested to see that Iranian gas reaches India. He adds that the India-Pakistan dispute over Kashmir poses no barrier for the pipeline, which would pass through Pakistan, (Mahtab Farid) <b>Iranian-Born DOE&apos;s Director of Innovation and Improvement Sees US Full of Opportunities</b> * Deputy Undersecretary for Innovation and Improvement in the US Department of Education Nina Hosseini Shokrai tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that living in Iran through the revolution has given her a perspective on life in the US, in which there are so many opportunities. Shokrai is the first Iranian American woman to lead a major project in President Bush&apos;s administration. She is the head of the Office of Innovation and Improvement, with a budget of $2 billion and a staff of 100. Prior to joining the U.S Department of Education, Ms. Shokraii was an adviser to Vice President Cheney on domestic policy. She says Iranian-Americans always think of Iran and their relatives there and hope that one day to reunite with them in an Iran that would meet the needs of all its people. (Mahtab Farid) <b>Iran Expects 900,000 Iraqi War Refugees</b> * Paul Sherlock, the British Oxfam&apos;s water expert, who returned from a field trip to Iran-Iraq border, said yesterday that Iran would need international aid to meet the needs of the expected 900,000 refugees from the possible US attack on the Iraqi regime. (Golnaz Esfandiari) <b>Oil Company Signs Research Pact to Boost Production</b> * The National Iranian Oil Company signed an agreement with a consortium of British, Russian and Malaysian oil companies to do research on ways to boost the output of Iranian oil wells. Paris-based oil expert Parviz Mina tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that using new technology, the output of an oil well can be boosted by 100 percent. (Baktash Khamsehpour) . جمعي از اعضاي انجمن اسلامي دانشگاه صنعتي اصفهان ديروز و تعدادي از اعضاي شوراي مركزي دفتر تحكيم وحدت (متخب علامه) امروز (جمعه) در اعتراض به ادامه حصر آيت الله حسينعلي منتظري، مرجع تقليد 80 ساله، عازم قم شدند و ديداري با احمد منتظري، فرزند او داشتند و از طريق آي فون منزل وي، با آيت الله منتظري به سئوال و جواب پرداختند. عبدالله مومني، دبير دفتر تحكيم وحدت، منتخب علامه، در تهران، در مصاحبه با راديوفردا مي گويد: برخلاف اظهارنظر محافل محافظه كار، آيت الله منتظري نه تنها دچار فراموشي نشده است بلكه خاطرات 25 سال گذشته خودرا نيز به خوبي به ياد مي آورد. وي مي گويد نشريات محافظه كار و افراطي با شايعه پردازي مي كوشند اين مرجع تقليد را متبلا به نسيان قلمداد كنند. وي مي گويد اگر ايشان به فراموشي مبتلا شده باشد، اين حاصل حصري است كه نظام جمهوري اسلامي براي ايشان قائل شده و از اين بابت متاسفيم كه نظام جمهوري اسلامي تحمل يك مرجع مسلم تقليد را ندارد و با ايجاد ديوار فيزيكي و محدوديت هاي ارتباطي سعي در حصر منتقدين نظام جمهوري اسلامي دارد.