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یکشنبه ۲ آبان ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۰۱:۰۵ - ۲۳ اکتبر ۲۰۱۶

تحريم مسابقات جهاني كشتي آزاد در آمريكا توسط تيم ملي كشتي ايران، از ديد دبير كل فدراسيون كشتي آمريكا

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Summary of the Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, March 04, 2003 <b>Isfahan Uranium Enriching Plant to Begin Production</b> * Secretary of the high council of national security announced in a speech at the Assembly of Experts that the Isfahan uranium enriching plant will start operation early next spring. (Shireen Famili) <b>107 MPs Call for Joining the International Anti-Torture Treaty</b> * 107 MPs introduced a bill that calls for Iran&apos;s joining the international treaty against all forms of torture. Tehran-based lawyer and a founder of the center for defense of human rights Mohammad Seifzadeh tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the Islamic Republic constitution bans all forms of torture. He says the MPs bill will certainly pass in the Majles, but it would be rejected by the conservative Guardians Council. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Tabriz Candidates Accuse Local Election Officials of Fraud</b> * A large group of candidates in Tabriz, including affiliates of political parties and independents, accused local officials of election fraud, two days after the publication of the results of last Friday&apos;s municipal election. Tabriz-based journalist Ensafali Hedayat tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that, in petitions to the governor and other officials, the protesting candidates demand recount of certain ballot boxes or voiding the election in some districts. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Low Public Turnout in the Municipal Elections</b> * President Khatami said low public turnout in last Friday&apos;s municipal elections was a result of the conservatives&apos; attacks on his government. He warned that if the Islamic Republic turns into a dictatorship, it becomes vulnerable to subversive forces. (Leyli Sadr) * Mostafa Tajzadeh, a member of the central council of the pro-Khatami party the Islamic Iran Participation Front, said in an interview published in Tehran that last Friday&apos;s election was the most open in the history of the Islamic Republic, in which, for the first time, everyone could become a candidate. He added that one reason for the low turnout in Friday&apos;s elections across the country could have been the Supreme Leader&apos;s warning on the election day that he would void the election of "unsuitable" candidates. (Amir Armin) * Columbia University professor Gary Sick tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the low public turnout in last Friday&apos;s municipal elections was an expression of apathy and perhaps resentment against the reformists. He adds that the elections were purely local and involved thousands and thousands of candidates who were trying to make a name for themselves. (Mahtab Farid) <b>Culture Ministry Defends Book Censors</b> * In response to Guardians Council member Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi&apos;s criticism of its book censors&apos; lax measures, the culture ministry said in a statement today that in addition to the 600 titles Yazdi has accused of promoting prostitution and moral corruption, the censors have issued publishing permits for thousands of other titles. During the official prayer ceremony at the Tehran University last Friday, Ayatollah Yazdi criticized the culture ministry for what he called negligent and lenient book censorship. (Fariba Mavedat) * History scholar and founder of London&apos;s Persian library Mashahallah Ajudani tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Yazdi&apos;s criticism is a warning to Iran&apos;s publishing industry. He says the culture ministry has all the means of censorship at its disposal and has blocked the publication of hundreds of books. He adds that Yazdi&apos;s statement is a part of the conservatives&apos; attack on the culture ministry and more open cultural atmosphere. (Shahran Tabari) <b>Judiciary Hangs Political Prisoner in Kurdistan</b> * Saqqez prison officials executed Kurdish activist Mohammad Golabi on charges of collaborating with the leftist Kurdish party Komeleh, according to New Mexico-based Pooya Daneshian, a spokesman for the US and Canada chapter of the Iranian political prisoners association in exile. He tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Golabi had not been convicted. He adds that last week the authorities allowed his family to visit him in jail, a day before his execution. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Arrested Film Critic&apos;s Father Asks for His Release</b> * Arrested film critic Kambiz Kaheh&apos;s father tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that his son was not involved in politics or party-going, and he does has not been told the reason for his son&apos;s arrest. He says his son&apos;s work as a film critic required having many books and videocassettes in his home. He says the authorities have taken away his son&apos;s books, videos and computer as evidence. Kaheh was arrested last week along with three other film critics and one young filmmaker. (Mahmonir Rahimi) * Tehran-based journalist Shayan Jaberi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the police officials have made no public statement about the arrest of Kambiz Kaheh and other film critics. He adds that it is believed that they are being held by the intelligence division of the Islamic Republic law enforcement force. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Oil Income Fuels Iran&apos;s Higher Economic Growth</b> * Head of the management and planning organization Mohammad Satarifar told a Tehran conference on economic growth that Iran tops the Middle East in economic growth rate and has a comparatively low foreign debt. He said Iran&apos;s growth rate in the current fiscal year, that ends on March 22, 2003, is estimated at 6.6 percent, which is higher than the third five-year development plan projection. <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator Fereydoun Khavand says not only Iran, but all oil producing countries enjoyed a higher rate of economic growth in the past few years thanks to the higher oil prices, otherwise, he adds, no change has taken place in Iran&apos;s closed economic system. (Fereydoun Khavand) <b>Assembly of Experts Ends Ninth Session</b> * The Assembly of Experts, the only body in the Islamic regime&apos;s political system charged with supervising the conduct of the Supreme Leader, declared in a statement at the end of its two-day session yesterday in Qom that it is devoted to the will of the Supreme Leader. The Assembly called for strengthening the institutions that are directly under the Supreme Leader, such as the Islamic Revolutionary Guards, the Guardians Council and the judiciary. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Supreme Leader Ends Nine-Day Visit to Sistan-va-Baluchestan</b> * The Supreme Leader ended one of the longest visits of a government official to the Sistan-va-Baluchestan province yesterday. Mahmud Barahui-Nezhad, editor of the local bi-lingual Persian-Baluchi weekly Marz-e Por Gohar, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the Supreme Leader did not allow the local Sunni religious leader to openly discuss such issues as religious discrimination and ethnic rivalries. He says if they were given a change, they would have complained about the local officials who have little care or understanding of the people&apos;s problems and often display a fanatic religious or ethnic attitude. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) . يك مقام فدراسيون كشتي ايران اعلام كرد تيم ملي كشتي ايران به نشانه اعتراض به مقررات آمريكا براي انگشت نگاري و عكسبرداري از اتباع ايران به هنگام ورود به خاك اين كشور، مسابقات جهاني كشتي آزاد را تحريم خواهد كرد. وي گفت ايرانيان اين اقدام را اهانت آميز و تحقير آميز مي دانند. ريچ بندر، رئيس فدراسيون كشتي آمريكا در مصاحبه با راديوفردا مي گويد تيم ايرانيان يكي از قدرت هاي اصلي در صحنه كشتي جهان است و مسلما عدم حضور آنها سطح مسابقات جهاني را پائين خواهد برد، درست همانطور كه عدم شركت ما در مسابقات سال گذشته ايران سطح آن رقابت ها را پائين برد.