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Summary of the Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSaturday, February 08, 2003 <b>Congressman Tom Allen on US-Iran Relations</b> * According to a report on the CBN television network, more than the people of any other country in the Middle East, Iranians favor normal relations with the US. It said the conservative clerics are concerned that the US may be planning to attack Iran after Iraq. Congressman Tom Allen (D-Maine) tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he does not believe that Iran would be next to be attacked by the US. He says members of the administration who believe we have to go after Iraq does not have a similar feeling about Iran. They are following, with great interest and hope, the conflict within Iran. Tom Allan adds that he believes Iran is the most interesting country in the Middle East, a country that carries the greatest hope for moving the Muslim world into an accommodation with the West in a way that it would benefit from the benefits of a free economy. (Mahtab Farid) <b>Five US Congressmen Propose Resolution in Support of the Iranian People&apos;s Struggle for Freedom and Democracy</b> * Five US congressmen proposed a congressional resolution supporting the struggle of Iranian people for freedom and democracy. The resolution is scheduled for vote before the Iranian New Year on March 21. (Homayoun Majd) <b>Isfahan Prayer Leader Faults the Revolution on its Anniversary</b> * Ayatollah Jalaleddin Taheri, who resigned last year from his position as the Friday prayer leader and representative of the Supreme Leader in Isfahan, said in an interview yesterday on the anniversary of the Islamic Revolution that the revolution has strayed from the path of its early days and the promises it made to people. He says in practice some of the revolutionary goals and promises were abandoned, mutilated or only partially kept. He added that the regime has only a little time left to reform. (Maryam Ahmadi) <b>History Scholar Abbas Madani on the Islamic Revolution&apos;s Anniversary</b> * Notre Dame University professor Abbas Madani, author of a comprehensive historical research on the Shah&apos;s long time prime minister Amir Abbas Hoveyda, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the 1979 revolution started an irreversible movement towards freedom and democracy in Iran, and today even the parties that believed in totalitarian systems at the time of the revolution believe that democracy is the only path to save Iran from economic and political ruin. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Caspian Littoral Countries to Discuss a Draft of an Agreement on the Legal Regime</b> * The Russian news agency Itar Taas reported that in the eighth conference of the Caspian littoral countries, scheduled for the end of this month, the draft of an agreement on the division of the Caspian resources would be reviewed. This is the first time that the news of the existence of a document on the Caspian legal regime was announced by an official news agency. The Majles MPs who questioned foreign minister Kharrazi last month about the failure of the Islamic regime to defend Iran&apos;s rights in the Caspian negotiations had complained that the foreign ministry keeps details of the discussions with the Caspian littoral countries secret from them and the people. Meanwhile, Russia&apos;s Caspian affairs representative Victor Kalyujniy arrives today in Houston, Texas, to take part in a conference on the Caspian legal regime. (Jean Khakzad) <b>Lawyer Says Aghajari&apos;s Death Sentence May be Repealed</b> * Saleh Nikbakht, lawyer of the death-row professor Hashem Aghajari, said he is optimistic that the supreme court would repeal his death sentence. Hashem Aghajari, a high-ranking member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization, was sentenced to death for a speech last June in Hamedan on Islamic Protestantism in which he criticized the clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation. (Shirin Famili) <b>Press Court Summons Former Culture Ministry Director</b> * Isa Saharkhiz, former director of domestic press at the ministry of culture, said he is to appear today in the press court to answer questions on his role three years ago in the issuing of a permit for the publication of a special edition of the banned <i>Zan (Woman)</i>newspaper. The judiciary banned the paper, which belonged to former president Hashemi-Rafsanjani&apos;s daughter Faezeh, after it published the New Year&apos;s greeting of former empress Farah Pahlavi. (Alireza Taheri) <b>Tajik TV Celebrates Birthday of Pop Singer Googoosh</b> * In a series of programs, the Tajikistan television network celebrated the 54th birthday of the exiled Iranian pop singer Googoosh. Tajik TV producer Ziba Shirin Begua tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Googoosh is the most popular music personality in Tajikistan and her birthday is celebrated nationally every year. (Shahnaz Kamelzadeh, Dushenbe) . حبيب الله عسگر اولادي، دبيركل جمعيت موتلفه اسلامي، آنچه را كه عزت الله سحابي از چهره هاي شاخص ائتلاف ملي مذهبي، درباره مدت حبسش در نامه به سران سه قوه آورده، تكذيب حرفهاي خود سحابي در 14 ماه گذشته توصيف كرد و گفت: آقاي سحابي در گذشته پيوسته از بازجو، بازپرس، زندانبان و قاضي تعريف كرده بود. دكتر محمد ملكي از ديگر چهره هاي ملي مذهبي كه همزمان با سحابي در پيوند با اتهامات مشابهي و اقدام عليه امنيت كشور در سال 79 زنداني شده بود مي گويد: آقاي عسگر اولادي از اين حرفها زياد مي زند، از اين حرفهايي كه ديگر نخ نما شده و تكرار مكررات است. در جواب ايشان بايد عرض كنم آنچه آقاي سحابي گفته اينست كه در شرايط خاص زندان و بازجويي هرچه گفته اند چيزهاي صحيحي نبود و اصطلاحا آنرا «شكنجه سفيد» مي نامند: مغزشويي مي كنند، مطالبي را تزريق مي كنند و زنداني را در شرايطي قرار مي دهند كه خودش نيست، دچار روانگرداني مي كنند وزنداني حرفهايي مي زند كه صحت ندارد.
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