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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiWednesday, August 06, 2003 <b> Khatami Writes to Secretary Powell to Resume Secret US-Iran Talks, Saudi Newspaper Says </b> • Quoting unnamed US officials the Saudi daily <i>Al Watan</i> said on Wednesday that President Khatami offered to resume official and secret US-Iran talks. Khatami suggeste the formation of a bilateral panel to study ways to resolve disputes between the two countries, the paper reported. He also vowed that Iran would keep its Al Qaeda detainees in prison. (Bijan Farhoodi) <b>IAEA Legal Delegation in Tehran</b> • The UN International Atomic Energy Agency&apos;s legal delegation in Tehran and Iran&apos;s officials said their talks in Tehran about Iran&apos;s signing the additional nuclear non-proliferation protocol were “positive,” according to the official news agency IRNA. Concerned about Iran&apos;s nuclear intentions, the EU, Russia and Japan have joined the US to ask Iran to agree to more stringent, impromptu inspections. Reformist legislators and government officials indicate that Iran would sign the treaty, but the conservative say such a protocol will give “the enemies” a green light to spy anywhere in the country. (Ebrahim Biparva) <b>Bypassing the Majles, the Supreme Leader to Make Final Decision on Nuclear Protocol and the Caspian Legal Regime, MPs Worry</b> • The Supreme Leader will make the final decision on Iran&apos;s joining the additional protocol of the UN nuclear non-proliferation treaty, Cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said on Monday. Reformist Majles MPs expressed concern that the issue of the Caspian Sea legal regime will also be decided without Majles input by the Supreme Leader and through closed-door negotiations being conducted by the foreign ministry. Majles MPs criticized foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi for incompetence in conducting negotiations with the Caspian littoral states. <b>Radio Farda</b> airs portions of MP Elaheh Kulai&apos;s remarks at the Majles to the foreign minister. She says tribalism and nepotism have replaced merit as the criteria for appointments at the foreign ministry. She also says that the foreign ministry officials who gave her information about the Caspian Sea negotiations have been reprimanded. In response, foreign minister Kharrazi says he has installed a merit-based promotion system, and his is the only ministry in the government that has trimmed its staff. (Alireza Taheri) <b>Khomeini&apos;s Grandsons Disagree on the Regime</b> • While Hossein Khomieni, son of Mostafa, grandson of Islamic regime founder Ayatollah Khomeini calls for separation of religion from government from exile in Baghdad, his cousin, Hassan Khomeini, son of Ahmad, defended the regime and said the feeling of frustration and despair expressed by elements of the this or that faction is not based on reality. He says one should not challenge the foundations of the regime. (Bijan Farhoodi) <b>Khatami Denounced Atomic Weapons as Un-Islamic</b> • President Khatami said the Islamic government was against using atomic weapons, because of Islamic beliefs. He said Iran has no plans to develop nuclear weapons. (Golnaz Esfandiari. • Japan said North Korea was in negotiating to sell Iran long-range missile technology. (Golnaz Esfandiari) <b>Anniversary of the 1904 Constitution</b> • Tabriz police arrested a number of participants in the ceremonies to honor the Azerbaijani heroes of the constitutional movement, disrupting the affair at the tomb of Baqer Khan attended by a writers, artists and political activists. Eyewitnesses said at least three were taken away. Police prevented the participants&apos; march to the tomb of Satar Khan in the Constitution Park. Meanwhile, another ceremony to honor the constitution was held elsewhere in Tabriz, attended by former culture minister Ataollah Mohajerani and interior minister&apos;s political deputy Morteza Mobaleq. (Keyvan Hosseini) • In <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s special program about the 1904 constitution, Ohio University&apos;s <b>Ali Akbar Mehdi</b> and Illinois University&apos;s discuss the constitutional movement&apos;s impact on modernizing Iran. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Anniversary of the Shah&apos;s Last Prime Minister Shapour Bakhtiar&apos;s Assassination</b> • On the anniversary of the assassination of the Shah&apos;s last prime minister Shapour Bakhtiar, his minister of health, veteran nationalist politician <b>Manouchehr Razmara</b>, who lives in exile in Paris, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that his death created a vacuum of leadership in the anti-regime movement, a vacuum that is now felt more than ever. (Ebrahim Biparva) <b>Conservative Head of Chamber of Commerce Campaigns for Iran-EU Relations</b> • Head of the Iran chamber of commerce Alinaqi Khamooshi asked president of the International Chamber of Commerce Jean-René Fourtou to try to prevent the cutoff of EU-Iran relations. The letter came in reaction to remarks last week by EU foreign policy commissioner Romano Perodi who threatened that EU will cut relations with Iran if Iran continued violating human rights. Endorsing the US policy on Iran, the EU foreign ministers said in an official statement last month that the EU would reconsider relations with Iran after the release in September of the UN nuclear inspectors. (Fereydoon Zarnegar) <b>Traditionalist Pro-Reform Clerical Party Begins Own News Agency</b> • The league of militant clergy (Jam&apos;e-ye Rohanioon-e Mobarez), the traditionalist branch of the reform faction, and a major clerical rival of Iran&apos;s ruling conservatives, will soon start a news agency of its own. Qom-based political activist and commentator <b>Dr. Akbar Karami</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that at crucial political moments in the past, the so-called pro-reform clerical outfit has always sided with the enemies of freedom. In the case of the escalation of the power struggle, this branch of the reform faction would need its own means of propaganda. Iran&apos;s other news agencies are either controlled by the conservatives (Radio-TV agency), or the “modern” reformists (IRNA and ISNA). “They have always sacrificed national interests for their class interests,” he said. Tehran-based journalist-cleric <b>Ali Afsahi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the media should be impartial and unbiased. (Kian Manavi) <b>Supreme Leader Calls for Leniency in Trials of Pro-Democracy Student Protesters</b> • Acting on the recommendation of his representatives in the universities Mohsen Qomi and Mohammad-Hassan Abutorabi, the Supreme Leader asked the judiciary to treat the students arrested in last June&apos;s pro-democracy protests with “Islamic leniency.” (Leili Arman) • The Islamic student council of Isfahan University&apos;s school of social sciences protested against the prolonged detention of the Islamic student activists. (Mahmonir Rahimi) • MP Ali Tajernia said arrested students were pressured to sign “confessions.” MP Mohsen Safai-Farahani said after visiting students in jail that they are being treaded well, except in the case of three, who complained to him about their treatment. He added that he were not allowed to meet with all the detained students. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>How Much is Iran&apos;s Foreign Debt?</b> • Different factions of the Islamic government do not agree on the amount of Iran&apos;s foreign debt. Economy minister Tahmasb Mazaheri said on Tuesday that it amounted to $23 billion, but opponents of the Khatami government put the figure at $60 to $70 billion, which includes the buy-back obligation in the oil contracts. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Majles Speaker Endorses Guardians&apos; Decision on Ratification of UN Anti Gender Discrimination Treaty</b> • Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi said the decision on the Majles legislation to ratify the UN treaty to ban all forms of discrimination against women. (Shahran Tabari) • MP Qodratollah Alikhani said religious protests against the Majles ratification of the UN treaty weaken the Majles. (Arash Qavidel) <b>Majles Speaker Accused Critics of the MPs of Exploiting Religion</b> • In response to the letter by several senior conservative clerics who criticized Majles MPs for endorsing ratification of the UN treaty against all forms of discrimination against women, Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi said critics exploit religion for political means. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Majles Approved Principles of Anti-Money Laundering Bill</b> • The Majles approved the first article of the government&apos;s anti-money laundering bill. The article defines “illegal funds” as income from bribery, graft, tax evasion, goods and drug smuggling and prostitution. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>German Daily Says Khatami Failed to Advance Reforms</b> • President Khatami has squandered opportunities for reforms and frustrated the people, German daily <i> Frankfurter Rundschau<i> said. (Parviz Farhang, Berlin) <b>New Website to Promotes Dialogue Between Iranian, American Students</b> • <b>Azar Nafisi</b>, prefessor of culture and literature at Baltimore&apos;s Johns Hopkins University and author of the best-selling non-fiction <i>Reading Lolita in Tehran<i>, set up a website to exchange views with his former students in Iran and her American students. She tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the website promotes democracy among Iranian youth who live under despotic rule. “Young ranian are more sensitive about individual and social freedoms than youth from other countries,” she says. (Shahran Tabari) . گلناز اسفندياري (راديو فردا): روزنامه الوطن چاپ رياض در شماره امروز خود نوشته است: محمد خاتمي، رئيس جمهوري اسلامي ايران به کولين پاول، وزير امور خارجه آمريکا نامه اي فرستاده و از وي خواسته است تا مذاکرات رسمي و مستقيم ميان ايران و ايالات متحده آمريکا به صورت پنهاني در ژنو ادامه پيدا کند. هنوز واکنش تهران و واشنگتن به اين گزارش منتشر نشده است. چکيده گزارش روزنامه الوطن را از مهدي خلجي مي شنويم. مهدي خلجي (راديو فردا): خبرنگار روزنامه الوطن در پاريس به نقل از مقامات ديپلماتيک آمريکا و اروپا نوشته است: کولين پاول، وزير امور خارجه آمريکا به جرج بوش، رئيس جمهوري اين کشور پيشنهاد کرده است گفتگوهاي پنهاني آمريکا با مقامات ايراني در ژنو از سر گرفته شود تا طرفين درباره 3 مسئله اساسي سرنوشت مسئولان و اعضاي بازداشت شده سازمان القاعده در ايران، تحولات عراق و نقش ايران در اين کشور، و طرحهاي هسته اي ايران به توافق برسند. روزنامه الوطن چاپ رياض از قول منابع خود در دولت محمد خاتمي، رئيس جمهوري اسلامي ايران نوشته است که آقاي خاتمي از طريق دولت‌هاي اروپايي براي کولين پاول نامه اي فرستاده است. به نوشته اين روزنامه، نامه آقاي خاتمي بر 3 موضوع اصلي تأکيد مي کند: ابراز علاقه براي از سرگيري گفتگوهاي رسمي و غير علني مستقيم با آمريکاييها در ژنو يا ديگر پايتخت‌هاي کشورهاي اروپايي، آمادگي براي پيشبرد و ابتکار عمل در زمينه روابط ديپلماتيک ايران و آمريکا، و ناديده گرفتن تلاش‌هاي جناح تندرو در دولت آقاي بوش براي براندازي حکومت ايران. همچنين آقاي خاتمي تعهد کرده است اجازه ندهد ايران عرصه اي براي فعاليت سازمان القاعده شود و همچنان هواداران و اعضاي اين گروه را در بازداشت نگه دارد. به نوشته روزنامه الوطن آقاي خاتمي در نامه خود تعهد کرده که ايران از سازمانهاي تروريستي و اعمال آنها در حمله به منافع آمريکا و ديگر کشورهاي منطقه حمايت نکند. آقاي خاتمي در اين نامه تصريح کرده که در اين باره با آيت الله خامنه اي، رهبر جمهوري اسلامي به توافق رسيده است. محور سوم نامه آقاي خاتمي به کولين پاول به نوشته روزنامه الوطن اين است که بايد آمريکا آغازگر دور جديد مذاکرات باشد، زيرا اين آمريکا بود که پس از انفجارهاي تروريستي اخير د رياض اين گفتگوها را قطع کرد. آقاي خاتمي در نامه خود آمادگي‌اش را براي فرستادن هيئتي براي گفتگو درباره شيوه هاي کاهش تنش ميان ايلات متحده و ايران، در چهارچوب احترام متقابل و در جهت منافع ملي دو کشور اعلام کرده است. منابع روزنامه الوطن گفته اند که کولين پاول بر پايه اين نامه محمد خاتمي به رئيس جمهوري آمريکا، پيشنهاد از سر گيري هر چه زودتر گفتگوها را داده است. به نوشته الوطن، آقاي پاول به جرج بوش توصيه کرده که به محمد خاتمي فرصت بيشتري بدهد تا توانايي خود را براي برقراري تفاهم ميان دو کشور به کار گيرد و در شرايط کنوني، با رويارويي مستقيم با ايران محمد خاتمي را به دردسر نياندازد. منبع روزنامه الوطن گفته اند که آقاي بوش با اين پيشنهاد موافقت کرده و از وزير امور خارجه خواسته تا پرونده هاي تازه اي را براي گفتگوهاي دور جديد آماده کند و به آگاهي محمد خاتمي نيز برساند. در عين حال آقاي بوش تأکيد کرده که آمريکا فشارهاي مستقيم و غير مستقيم خود را بر ايران ادامه خواهد داد تا در پاره اي مسائل مهم به توافق دست يابد. روزنامه الوطن به نقل از منابع خود نوشته است: آمريکا ذر مذاکرات آينده بر آمادگيش براي تعهد در برابر خلع سلاح و منع فعاليت سازمان مجاهدين خلق تأکيد خواهد کرد و همچنان از ايران خواهد خواست تا دخالت مستقيم مالي و نظامي خود را در مسائل عراق پايان دهد و نيز پروتکل الحاقي منع توليد سلاحهاي هسته اي را امضا کند. روزنامه الوطن نوشت که حجت الاسلام محمد خاتمي، رئيس جمهوري اسلامي از طريق دولت‌هاي اروپايي براي کولين پاول، وزير امور خارجه آمريکا، نامه اي فرستاد و بر 3 موضوع اصلي تأکيد کرد: ابراز علاقه براي از سرگيري گفتگوهاي رسمي و غير علني مستقيم با آمريکا در ژنو يا ديگر پايتخت‌هاي کشورهاي اروپايي، آمادگي براي پيشبرد و ابتکار عمل در زمينه روابط ديپلماتيک جمهوري اسلامي و آمريکا، و ناديده گرفتن تلاش‌هاي جناح تندرو در دولت آقاي بوش براي براندازي حکومت ايران. همچنين آقاي خاتمي تعهد کرد که اجازه ندهد ايران عرصه اي براي فعاليت سازمان القاعده شود و همچنان هواداران و اعضاي اين گروه را در بازداشت نگه دارد. اين روزنامه نوشت که کولين پاول بر پايه اين نامه، به رئيس جمهوري آمريکا پيشنهاد از سر گيري هر چه زودتر گفتگوها را داد و به جرج بوش توصيه کرد که به محمد خاتمي فرصت بيشتري بدهد تا توانايي خود را براي برقراري تفاهم ميان دو کشور به کار گيرد و در شرايط کنوني، با رويارويي مستقيم با ايران محمد خاتمي را به دردسر نياندازد. منبع روزنامه الوطن گفت که آقاي بوش با اين پيشنهاد موافقت کرده است.
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