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پنجشنبه ۱۸ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۹:۴۱ - ۸ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

يك نماينده اصلاح طلب: حقايق مرگ زهرا كاظمي را نميشود پنهان كرد

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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, August 28, 2003 <b>International Reaction to Iran&apos;s Nuclear Program</b> • As the US continued to express worry over Iran&apos;s nuclear program, Iran&apos;s representative to the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a letter to the IAEA chief Mohammed Elbaradei that Iran was ready to sign the additional protocol of the UN non-proliferation treaty, which would allow more rigorous, impromptu inspections of Iran&apos;s nuclear sites. US State Department spokesman Philip Reeker asked Russia on Wednesday to stop nuclear cooperation with Iran. (Ardavan Niknam) • Iran&apos;s announcement in Vienna that it was ready to sign the additional non-proliferation protocol met with official silence in Tehran and Washington, writes Tehran daily <i>Entekhab</i>. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) • At the meeting in Beijing attended by representatives from the US, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea and North Korea to discuss North Korea&apos;s nuclear weapons program, Iran&apos;s nuclear ambitions are also on the agenda. The US has pressured Russia and Japan to end their cooperation with Iran. In a letter handed by foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi to Japanese prime minister Junichiro Koizumi, President Khatami said Iran was in talks with the IAEA to sign the additional protocol. The additional protocol is only a step to reinforce the security measures, and signing it would not mean that secret production of nuclear weapons would stop, says <b>Shahram Chubin</b> of the Geneva Institute for Strategic Research. He tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the Islamic officials will continue to lobby for access to nuclear technology. (Fariba Mavedat) • Foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi said in Tokyo today that talks continued with Japan on the $2 billion Azadegan oil exploration project. He said Japan was a good customer of Iran&apos;s crude oil. (Shireen Famili) • War is not the best way to deal with Iran&apos;s threat, US Defense Department adviser Richard Perle said in an interview with the Paris daily le <i>Figaro.</i> (Mir-Ali Hosseini) • Russia will continue cooperating with Iran on the Bushehr nuclear power plant until the IAEA unveils proof that shows Iran was secretly developing nuclear weapons. (Fariba Mavedat) • Russia does not want to appear to be following the US in its foreign policy and stands to gain financially from its nuclear cooperation with Iran, Congressman <b>Tom Tancredo</b> (R-CO) tells <b>Radio Farda</b> . He said the US is hoping that whatever it establishes in Iraq will spread to the region, particularly to Iran. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Intelligence Ministry Threatens Judiciary with Disclosure on Kazemi&apos;s Death</b> • The judiciary and the intelligence ministry exchanged threats and accusations about which organization&apos;s agents were responsible for the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi. The judiciary charged two intelligence ministry agents, who interrogated Kazemi, with “semi-premeditated” murder. The intelligence ministry vehemently denied the charges, and threatened the judiciary with unveiling a full account of the events that led to Kazemi&apos;s death. Reformist Hamedan MP <b>Hossein Loqmanian</b>, who met with intelligence ministry officials, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that before unveiling its own report, the intelligence ministry would wait for the judiciary to announce the details of its criminal investigation. He rules out the prospect of a behind-the-scene compromise between the two organs to remain silent. Unlike the past, today it is impossible to bury the truth, he adds. (Siavash Ardalan) • The reformists try to block the conservatives judiciary attempts to process Kazemi&apos;s case in their own way. The judiciary tried to magnify the intelligence ministry&apos;s role by charging two intelligence ministry agents with Kazemi&apos;s murder. In response, the intelligence ministry threatened to make public the content of its secret report. During his speech at the Majles yesterday, reformist Tehran MP Mohsen Armin accused Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi of a cover up. He said the prosecutor and an aide attended Kazemi&apos;s interrogation for four hours, which shows that for them, her arrest was of a matter of intense interest. Armin charged that the Tehran prosecutor arrested the two intelligence ministry agents in order to force them to testify that Kazemi was a spy. Armin said the death blow to Kazemi&apos;s head came from a judiciary official. That is why, he said, the judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi-Shahroudi prefers to resolve the case through a clandestine compromise. The intelligence ministry has asked its supporters in the Majles to reveal only as much of its secret report as is necessary to prove the ministry&apos;s innocence in the Montreal journalist&apos;s death. The Majles complaints committee will soon unveil its own comprehensive report. It is said that in response to the judiciary&apos;s and the intelligence ministry&apos;s separate letters, the Supreme Leader has ordered them to opt for the truth, instead of expediency. But the officials appear to prefer to reach a compromise to close the case without naming anyone, and to that end, a new reconciliation committee has been formed. (Siavash Ardalan) • Kazemi&apos;s son, Estephan Hachemi, in Monreal, was quoted last week in the Canadian press as saying that no lawyer in Iran would have dared to represent the Kazemi family. In response, several Iranian lawyers expressed their readiness to represent Kazemi&apos;s estate in the criminal investigation of her death. Tehran-based lawyer <b>Nemat Hatemi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he had offered to represent the Kazemi family, but the family told him that they preferred not to have legal representation in Iran. Tehran-based lawyer <b>Abdolfatah Soltani</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that, setting aside fear to accept such a responsibility is a requirement of the legal profession. He adds that despite obstacles, he would represent Kazemi&apos;s estate in any court. (Leyli Sadr) • Canada&apos;s foreign minister threatened Iran with economic sanctions if its cooperation with Canada in the investigation on Kazemi&apos;s death was less than complete. He said the Tehran prosecutor last week gave the Canadian general consul in Tehran only a portion of Kazemi&apos;s file. (Maryam Aqvami, Toronto) <b>Majles Industries and Mines Committee to Question Minister on Filtering Websites</b> • The Majles industries and mines committee invited the communications minister to a hearing on Iran Telecom&apos;s filtering of news and information websites and its jamming of satellite TV signals, which the Majles considers “illegal,” because they are not based on a Majles legislation. Forty MPs have registered to question the communications minister on these matters, Tehran MP Ali-Akbar Moussavi-Khoeini said. However, communications minister Motamedi has said that the decree by the supreme cultural revolution council directed Iran Telecom to block certain websites. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Iran Gives Britain 24 Hours to Release Former Ambassador to Argentina</b> • Responding to President Khatami&apos;s request, British foreign secretary Jack Straw said the independence of the British judiciary prevents the government from asking for the release of Tehran&apos;s former ambassador to Buenos Aires Hadi Soleimanpour. Scotland Yard, acting on an arrest warrant issued by Argentina, arrested Soleimanpour last week in Durham for his role in the 1994 terrorist bombing that killed 85.and wounded 300 in a Buenos Aires Jewish cultural center. The Islamic government has given Britain until Friday to release the former ambassador or else face severe consequences, which could include recalling the Iranian ambassador to London, or a complete severing of diplomatic ties. Other EU countries have so far stayed out of the case. Belgian police released Iranian diplomat Said Baghban, after holding him briefly. Like Soleimanpour, Baghban has served in Buenos Aires and is sought by the Interpol for his role in the 1994 Buenos Aires attack. (Bahman Bastani) <b>Majles to Pass Anti-Wiretapping Bill</b> • Majles will soon vote on a bill that would set forth punishment for wiretapping. Tehran-based lawyer <b>Ahmad Bashiri</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that wiretapping was banned in Iran under the former regime&apos;s laws, and the Islamic Republic&apos;s constitution bans wiretapping and other forms of spying on individuals. However, he adds, a judge may order surveillance, including wiretapping conversations, of suspects in criminal cases. (Keyvan Hosseini) . مينا بهار مست (راديو فردا): يكي از نمايندگان اصلاح طلبان مجلس شوراي اسلامي در سخنراني ديروز خود گفت در پرونده مرگ زهرا كاظمي، عكاس كانادايي ايراني كوشيده شده تقصيرها به گردن وزارت اطلاعات انداخته شود. محسن آرمين در اين نطق، شخص سعيد مرتضوي، دادستان تهران و آيت الله شاهرودي، رئيس قوه قضاييه را متهم كرد كه سعي بر سرپوش گذاشتن بر نقش تشكيلات قضايي در مرگ زهرا كاظمي داشته اند. صداي محسن آرمين، نماينده اصلاح طلب مجلس: دادستاني تلاشهاي فراواني براي پنهان نگاه داشتن ماجرا به كار بسته است. آيت الله شاهرودي پس از اطلاع از نتيجه تصميمات وزارت اطلاعات، مي فرمايند صلاح نيست قوه قضائيه زير سئوال برود. م . ب: زهرا كاظمي موقع سفر به ايران براي تهيه گزارش به دست ماموران وزارت اطلاعات و قوه قضائيه بازداشت شد و به طور مشكوكي درگذشت. شناسايي عامل مرگ خانم كاظمي، موضوع جدالهاي دو نهاد حكومتي شده است. اصلاح طلبان و زارت اطلاعات تهديد به افشاگري كرده اند، اما تنها گفته اند ضارب زهرا كاظمي از كارمندان قوه قضائيه بوده است. همكارم سياوش اردلان از حسين لقمانيان، نماينده اصلاح طلب در مجلس كه با مسئولان وزارت اطلاعات ديدار كرده، پرسيده است آيا او و همكارانش نام ضارب زهرا كاظمي را اعلام خواهند كرد يا نه. حسين لقمانيان : منتظرند ببينند آن طرف مقابل، قوه قضائيه خودش مي آيد توضيح بدهد يانه. اگر خودش نيامد، شواهدي است كه همانها را ممكن است وزارت اطلاعات پيش بكشد و در مجموع روشن مي شود قضايا براي ملت و براي تمام مردم جهان. سياوش اردلان(راديو فردا): خوب اگر قرار است كه قضايا روشن شود، چرا قرار است كه كميته اي تشكيل دهند براي رفع اختلاف بين قوه قضائيه و وزارت اطلاعات؟ اگر بنا به كشف حقيقت است، چه نيازي به رفع اختلاف است؟ حسين لقمانيان : البته اگر اينها به توافق برسند، به گونه اي كه حقيقت را، چون يك مقداري كشمكش در آن است، آنچه كه حقيقت است، اگر بنا است گفته شود، با هم گفتگو كنند، ببينند راهي براي بيان اين مطلب پيدا مي شود يا نه. به نظر من دير يا زود پيدا مي شود و مسائل گفته مي شود. س . ا : پس كميته براي رفع اختلاف نيست، براي يافتن يك راهي است كه حقيقت چگونه گفته شود؟ حسين لقمانيان : بله همين طور است. س . ا : شما خودتان فرموديد كه يكي از معاونين وزارت اطلاعات در اين جلسه گفته كه به اندازه اي مدارك را افشا مي كند كه براي پاسخگويي به اتهامات كافي باشد. يعني اينكه به نظر مي رسد وزارت اطلاعات فقط يك نگراني صنفي دارد تا اينكه بخواهد حقيقت كشف شود. حسين لقمانيان : به هر حال وزارت اطلاعات، اسناد و مدارك روشني دارد، اسناد و مدارك خوبي دارد و به گونه اي است كه همه چيز روشن است و چيزي پنهان نيست. وزارت اطلاعات به نظر من مصمم است كه همه چيز را روشن و قاطع و صاف و روشن به ملت بگويد. س . ا : در مورد اين نامه نگاري كه به مقام رهبري شد، مايل به طرف وزارت اطلاعات بود، يا اينكه قوه قضائيه يا نظرشان چه بود؟ حسين لقمانيان : در كل نظر ايشان اين بود كه مسائل روشن شود. س . ا: حالا خود شما كه اين جلسه را داشتيد و همكارانتان در مجلس، آيا خوشبين هستيد كه اين مسئله در اين مرحله روشن شود؟ حسين لقمانيان : به نظر من كه حقيقت طوري جاي خودش را باز كرده كه 90 درصدش با گزارشي كه بعدها هم مي شنوند و ممكن است كه از طريق كميسيون اصل نود خوانده شود، قطعا قانع خواهند شد و همه چيز روشن مي شود. س . ا : يك نگراني هايي است در مورد اين كه امكان دارد پشت پرده بده بستانهايي شود، به صورتي كه هيچ كدام از دستگاهها مقصر شناخته نشوند و يك طوري مسئله حل و فصل شود. چقدر اين نگراني ها فكر مي كنيد واقع بينانه است. حسين لقمانيان: البته در گذشته اين بود ولي از زمانيكه اين گزارشها پخش شده و مقداريش هم گفته شده، مطالب هم جوري در واقع بيان شده كه مشكل بشود حقيقت امر و اين پرونده را مثل پرونده هاي گذشته، همچنان پوشيده نگه داشت و قطعا روشن مي شود. س . ا : پس ما شاهد اين مي توانيم باشيم كه اين گزارش كميسيون اصل نود، در صحن علني قرائت شود، اسامي افراد اسم برده شود، مثلا به جاي اينكه نقطه چين بگذارند يا اينكه نخواهند اعلام كنند؟ حسين لقمانيان : نظر من اين است كه همه چيز شفاف و روشن گفته شود. س . ا : آقاي لقمانيان بر اساس دانسته هاي خودتان، شما آينده سعيد مرتضوي، دادستان تهران را در اين قضيه چطور مي بينيد؟ حسين لقمانيان : اين را نمي شود اينطور پيش بيني كرد. بعد از اين بيان و گزارش اين كميسيون مي شود پيش بيني كرد. بعد از اين ببينيم كه شرايط چطور مي شود، آنطور مي شود قاطعانه پيش بيني كرد كه وضعيت آقاي مرتضوي چگونه مي شود. اصلاح طلبان وزارت اطلاعات، در جدال با قوه قضائيه بر سر عامل مرگ زهرا كاظمي، عكاس ايراني - كانادائي در جريان بازجوئي، تهديد به افشاگري كرده اند، عناصر قوه قضائيه را ضارب زهرا كاظمي معرفي كردند. حسين لقمانيان، نماينده اصلاح طلب همدان در مجلس شوراي اسلامي، كه با مسئولان وزارت اطلاعات ديدار كرده، در مصاحبه با راديو فردا مي گويد: وزارت اطلاعات به نظر من مصمم است كه همه چيز را قاطع و صاف و روشن به ملت بگويد. وي مي افزايد خوانده شدن گزارش كميسسيون اصل 90 در مجلس همه چيز را روشن خواهد كرد. وي امكان زد و بند پشت پرده ارگان هاي جمهوري اسلامي براي حل و فصل پرونده بدون مقصرشناختن دستگاه هاي حكومتي را رد مي كند و مي گويد مشكل بشود مثل پرونده هاي گذشته، اين پرونده را همچنان پوشيده نگه داشت.