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پاسخ وزيرامورخارجه جمهوري اسلامي به سخنان رئيس جمهوري آمريكا

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiWednesday, January 29, 2003 <b>President Bush Offers US Support for Democracy in Iran</b> * In his State of the Union Address, President George Bush said, "different threats require different strategies." He said his strategy against the threat from Iran&apos;s Islamic regime is to support the aspirations of Iranians to live in freedom. President Bush said: "Iranians, like all people, have the right to choose their own government and determine their own destiny." "In Iran," the President added, "we continue to see a government that represses its people, pursues weapons of mass destruction, and supports terror." Foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi called President Bush&apos;s statement on Iran "baseless, superficial and wrong." Kharrazi said, "America continues its wrong approach towards Iran." He accused the US of seeking to expand what he called "the American domination at the international level." (Ali Farhoodi, Homayoun Majd) <b>Senior Cleric Vows to Continue Dissent</b> * As his followers gathered near his house in Qom to wait for the news of his possible release from house arrest, the highest-ranking clerical critic of the Islamic regime Ayatollah Hosseinali Montazeri denied in an interview with the BBC Persian service that he has promised silence in exchange for freedom. The special court for the clergy put Ayatollah Montazeri under house arrest since November 1997 after he criticized the unelected Supreme Leader for holding move power than the elected president. However, he appeared to have toned down his support for President Khatami&apos;s official reform movement, which he said has not fulfilled the revolution&apos;s promises. He criticized the Guardians Council&apos;s power to vet the applicants for candidacy in the elections, but refused to throw his lot behind President Khatami&apos;s bill to reform the election law. He also refused to comment about President Khatami&apos;s other reform bill that would give the president the power to suspend verdicts issued by the courts. (Fariba Mavedat, Ali Sajjadi) <b>Lawyer of Victims&apos; Kin Faults Serial Murders&apos; Verdicts</b> * The Islamic regime&apos;s supreme court approved the verdicts of a branch of the Tehran military court against 11 defendants of the 1998 serial murders&apos;s case, including four lifetime jail sentences for each of the two intelligence ministry agents who has been accused of ordering the killings of the regime&apos;s vocal critics. Tehran lawyer Mohammad-Ali Jedari-Foroughi, who represented some of the relatives of the murders&apos; victims, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the victims&apos; relatives and their lawyers boycotted the proceedings after the court arrested one of their lawyers, Naser Zarafshan, for making statements to the press. He adds that killing and cutting up people are not among the official duties of any military or non-military organ, and instead of secretly in a military court, the trial should have taken place openly and in a public court. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) * Parastu Foruhar, daughter of Parvaneh and Dariush Foruhar, leaders of the nationalist party Melat-e Iran, two prominent victims of the 1998 serial murders, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the killers of her parents had confessed that they acted under orders from their superiors. She adds that the victims&apos; kin plan to take their case to international courts and human rights organizations, including the UN Human Rights Commission. She vows to continue until the identities of the officials who were behind the murders are revealed. (Iraj Arianpour) <b>Egypt-Iran Dash Normalization Hopes</b> * President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt accused Iran&apos;s Islamic regime of supporting terrorism, and said Egypt-Iran relations would not be normalized so long as Iran continues to shelter terrorists. In Tehran, foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi said the normalization of relations with Egypt is not a priority. (Alireza Taheri) <b>Italian News Agency Sees Iran Shaping Iraq&apos;s Future Government</b> * The Italian official news agency ANSA wrote that the repeated visits to Tehran by the heads of the Iraqi opposition groups shows that Iran is shaping the future regime of Iraq. ANSA wrote that Iran is concerned about the coming to power of a pro-US regime in Iraq. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>Court Summons Malayeri Publisher</b> * Mohammad-Reza Nabei, publisher of the Malayer weekly <i>Andalib</i>, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the state radio-TV filed a complaint about an article in his magazine in which the writer accuses the broadcasting monopoly of spreading deceptive and misleading news and propaganda. However, he adds, the Malayer court sent the case to Hamedan to be tried in a press court at the presence of a jury. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Pollsters&apos; Judge Indicts Government Spokesman</b> * Judge Sa&apos;id Montazeri of bench 1410 of the Tehran public courts indicted cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh for passing secret, state documents to the officials of two public opinion survey agencies who are on trial for spying for foreign powers. Tehran-based journalist Abbas Hosseini says the intelligence minister has said those documents were not secret, even though they were stamped "Top Secret." The pollsters were arrested three months ago after the publication of a poll that shows 74 percent of respondents favor the resumption of US-Iran relations. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b> Majles Committee Faults Aghajari&apos;s Death Sentence</b> * Spokesman of the Majles complaints committee Davud Hasanzadegan said after reviewing the court documents and consulting with religious leaders, lawyers and MPs, the committee has concluded that the death sentence issued by a court in Hamedan against history teacher Hashem Aghajari does not meet legal standards. Tehran-based lawyer Ramezan Hajji-Mashhadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the committee&apos;s conclusion confirms that in his June 2002 lecture at a Hamedan mosque, Aghajari, board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization, did not intend to insult the prophet of Islam. Aghajari was sentenced to death for a speech on Islamic Protestantism during which he criticized the clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation. (Mahmonir Rahimi) . رئيس جمهوري آمريكا در سخنراني ديشب خود در اجلاس مشترك كنگره آمريكا كوشيد متحدان آمريكا و افكار عمومي اين كشور را نسبت به لزوم حمله نظامي به عراق متقاعد سازد. پرزيدنت جرج بوش تاكيد كرد بهترين راه پرهيز از جنگ اين است كه فشار بر صدام حسين براي خلع سلاح ادامه يابد. رئيس جمهوري آمريكا خطاب به مردم عراق گفت دشمن شما كشور شما را محاصره نكرده است بلكه دشمن شما بر كشور شما حكومت مي كند و روز سرنگوني رژيم حاكم روز آزادي شما است. رئيس جمهوري آمريكا دولت جمهوري اسلامي را به سركوب مردم ايران، حمايت از تروريسم و تلاش براي دستيابي به سلاح هاي كشتار جمعي متهم كرد و گفت مي بينيم شهروندان ايران با پذيرفتن خطر ارعاب و مرگ از اشتياق خود به حقوق بشر، آزادي و دمكراسي سخن مي گويند. وي گفت آمريكا از آرمان هاي مردم ايران براي دستيابي به آزادي و دمكراسي حمايت مي كند. كمال خرازي، وزيرامورخارجه جمهوري اسلامي، اتهامات رئيس جمهوري آمريكا را بي اساس دانست و گفت آمريكائي ها به برداشت نادرست خود نسبت به ايران ادامه مي دهند و تنها به دنبال توسعه استيلاي خود بر جهان هستند. ايگور ايوانف، وزيرامورخارجه روسيه اظهاراميدواري كرد بازرسان تسليحاتي سازمان ملل در عراق به نتيجه برسند.