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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۳:۱۲ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

از آيت الله حسينعلي منتظري رفع حصر شد: مصاحبه «راديوفردا» با حجت الاسلام احمد منتظري


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Summary of the Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, January 30, 2003 <b>Reactions to President Bush&apos;s State of the Union Address</b> * In his State of the Union Address last Tuesday, President Bush accused the Islamic regime of suppressing Iranians, supporting terrorism and developing mass destruction weapons. He said the US backs the Iranians&apos; right to live in freedom and democracy. * Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi rejected US President&apos;s charges on weapons and terrorism as baseless, and government spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said Iran will not allow any one to interfere in its domestic affairs. * US-based opposition leader Reza Pahlavi, son of the former Shah, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that President Bush&apos;s strong, direct expression of support for democracy and freedom in Iran was in response to the demands of the Iranian people, particularly the young people, in their recent protests. * Tehran University international relations professor Davud Hermidas-Bavand tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the message for Iran in the President Bush&apos;s address is that the US expects Iran&apos;s domestic issues to be settled domestically and not by the means of foreign military intervention. He said President Bush was right when he called Saddam Hussein the enemy of Iraqi people.. (Ali Sajjadi) * Deputy Defense Secretary Paul D. Wolfowitz, who appeared at a White House gathering for foreign correspondents to hear President Bush&apos;s State of the Union Address, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that unlike North Korea and Iraq, "in Iran there has been a great deal of open expression by the people of the desire to live in freedom and to have a different kind of government." (Mahtab Farid) <b>Khrrazi to Meet Tony Blair in London</b> * The Guardian reported that a planned visit to London next month by Foreign Minister Kamal Kharrazi would include a meeting with British Prime Minister Tony Blair. According to the Guardian&apos;s sources in Iran, Kharrazi plans to convey to Blair Iran&apos;s support for a possible US-led attack on Iraq and wants to seek reassurances that Iran would not be attacked. (Maryam Ahmadi) <b>Dissident Cleric Montazeri Steps Out after Five Years Under House Arrest</b> * Dissident cleric Ayatollah Hosseinali Montazeri, 80, emerged from five years under house arrest at 7 this morning to greet reporters and well-wishers and to pay a visit to a holy shrine where his son Mohammad is buried. Montazeri&apos;s son Ahmad tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that his father&apos;s house arrested was lifted at 1:30 this morning. He adds that there are no restrictions on his father, but he might not resume teaching due to poor health. He says Montazeri&apos;s main reception hall has not yet been turned over to the family. He adds that his father&apos;s release would help promote sympathy between his followers and his captors. He says the release of other political prisoner and journalists would also be a welcome step in the direction of reconciliation. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>MP Criticizes Serial Murders&apos; Verdicts</b> * Head of the Majles judicial and legal committee Nasser Qavami questioned the jurisdiction of the military court that convicted the intelligence ministry agents for the 1998 killings of dissidents and journalists. He criticized the supreme court for approving the military court&apos;s verdicts for 11 of the defendants. Two of the eleven, identified in court papers as the murders&apos; masterminds, have been sentenced to four lifetimes in jail. The victims&apos; relatives said the two men had confessed that they only carried out the orders of their superiors, including the intelligence minister. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Kharrazi: Iran Seeks 20 Percent Share in the Caspian Resources</b> * Speaking to reporters yesterday after the meeting of President Khatami cabinet, foreign minister Khrrazi said Iran has made "progress" in talks with the Caspian littoral states over the division of its resources. He said Iran seeks an equal division, based on the principle of condominium. (Leli Sadr) . آيت الله حسين علي منتظري، مرجع تقليد ناراضي در قم، براي نخستين بار پس از پنج سال حبس خانگي، ساعت هفت امروز صبح در خيابان هاي قم با خبرنگاران به گفتگو پرداخت. آيت الله منتظري گفت وقتي راديوهاي داخلي سخنان او را پخش نمي كنند، ناچار است با راديوهاي خارجي صحبت كند و آيت الله خميني نيز زمان انقلاب چنين مي كرد. حجت الاسلام احمد منتظري، فرزند وي در مصاحبه با راديوفردا مي گويد ساعت يك و نيم بعد از نيمه شب ديشب حصر آيت الله منتظري شكسته شد. وي مي گويد اطاق ملاقات هاي آيت الله منتظري را هنوز تحويل نداده اند و قرار است امروز ظهر تحويل داده شود ولي كيوسك پاسداران را در ساعات نخست بامداد برچيدند. وي مي افزايد آيت الله منتظري پس از رفع حصر امروز صبح به زيارت حرم حضرت معصومه مشرف شد كه فرزند وي در آنجا مدفون است. احمد منتظري گفت پدرش امروز صبح در منزل او با خبرنگاران ديدار داشت. وي مي گويد تصور نمي كند پدرش با توجه به كسالت بتواند كارتدريس را از سر گيرد. وي مي افزايد: محدوديتي براي آيت الله منتظري از نظر فعاليت هاي سياسي وجود ندارد. وي مي گويد: آزادي آيت الله منتظري باعث همدلي بيشتر بين مخالفان و هواداران او مي شود و زندانيان سياسي ديگر كه به دليل عقايدشان در زندان هستند هرچه زودتر آزاد شوند به همدلي بيشتر كمك مي كند. وي مي گويد كساني كه بايد گنجي و باقي را از حبس آزاد كنند همان ها هستند كه منتظري را 5 سال در حبس نگه داشتند و نزديكي دلها آنقدر حاصل نشده است كه منتظري بتواند توصيه آزادي ديگران از زندان را به آنها بكند. وي مي گويد ابراز عقيده براندازي محسوب نمي شود و اتهام عجيبي بود عليه ملي مذهبي ها كه بسياري در انقلاب نقش داشتند.
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