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

شدت گرفتن مخالفت‌هاي داخلي و جهاني با حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي: بيش از هزار و 500 امضاء در پاي نامه الکترونيکي به دبيرکل سازمان ملل


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, October 07, 2003 <b>Supreme Leader Says Iran&apos;s Access to Nuclear Technology Frightens World Powers</b> • Iran must address all the demands of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about its nuclear program and cannot select which concerns to address, US State Department Spokesman Richard Boucher said on Monday. “What&apos;s going to be important to us is that Iran respond fully and comply fully with all the requirements of the International Atomic Energy Agency,” he added. “The international power centers, by continuing their plots, have aimed to impede this country&apos;s progress,” the Supreme Leader said on Monday in a conference of the Friday prayer leaders, adding that the world powers are frightened of Iran&apos;s access to nuclear technology. However, his strong words appeared to contradict the recent conciliatory statements made by foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi and other officials, and was said to have been made purely for domestic consumption. (Alireza Taheri) • Foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi&apos;s statement on Monday at the Friday prayer leaders&apos; conference revealed for the first time the divide in the regime&apos;s officials&apos; positions on the signing the additional protocol to the UN nuclear non-proliferation. Contrasting Iran&apos;s envoy to the IAEA board Ali-Akbar Salehi, who called the NPT an unfair treaty and said the IAEA was not in a position to dictate which nuclear activity Iran should stop or continue, Kharrazi supported more stringent UN inspections of Iran&apos;s nuclear facilities, which are the basis of the additional protocol, and said the inspections will help Iran prove to the world that it is not pursuing a nuclear weapons program. (Bahman Bastani) <b>Intelligence Ministry Agent Goes on Trial for Kazemi&apos;s Death in Custody</b> • An intelligence agent went on trial on Tuesday for the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who died last August from the head injuries she suffered during interrogation. Defendant Mohammad-Reza Aghdam-Ahmadi denied all the charges, but said he and his lawyer needed more time to study the Tehran prosecutor&apos;s 1200-page indictment. Canadian ambassador to Tehran Philip Mackinnon, along with more than 40 domestic and foreign reporters, crowded the small courtroom. The intelligence ministry criticized the indictment, and said it had evidence that showed the charges were bogus. Leading reformist MPs accused Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi of involvement in Kazemi&apos;s death, but the Tehran judiciary accused the intelligence ministry of cover-up. The conservative MPs prevented Sunday&apos;s hearing of the Majles complaints committee, which planned to make public its report on the judiciary&apos;s handling of the case. (Leyli Arman, Nima Tamadon) <b>Iranian Pilgrims Flood Iraq</b> • The fall of Saddam Hussein has undammed a flood of Shiite Muslims across Iran&apos;s rough border into Iraq, driven not by the desire to fight Americans but by a religious devotion that US soldiers are finding hard to contain or even comprehend, writes the New York <i>Times</i>. (Fariba Mavedat) <b>Majles to Vote on Khatami&apos;s Nominee to Replace Resigning Higher Education Minister</b> • The Majles will vote this week on President Khatami&apos;s second choice to replace higher education Mostafa Moin, who resigned last month in protest against the Guardians Council&apos;s rejection of his plan to reorganize the ministry and its relation to Iran&apos;s universities. The Majles last month rejected Khatami&apos;s first choice for the job, Tehran University president Reza Faraji-Dana. The candidate, deputy higher education minister Jafar Toufiqi, 48, is a Bucharest-educated chemistry engineer. Tehran Teacher&apos;s College professor <b>Mohammad Hossein Papoli-Yazdi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Toufiqi signs the verdicts that the faculty disciplinary committees of various universities issue against university professors in trials in absentia. He says the university students are stressed, since there are no jobs waiting for them after graduation. He adds that the universities&apos; curricula are not based on the needs of the country, and for that reason, government ministries have started their own universities. (Golnaz Esfandiari) <b>109 MPs to Protest Jailing of Activists by Political Fast</b> • To protest the continued detention of political activists, journalists and students, 109 reformist MPs announced that they will hold a symbolic, political fast on October 20. (Amir Armin) <b>Press Court Summons Managers of Four Reformist Newspapers</b> • Two branches of the press court (summoned the managing editors of four reformist newspapers: Shargh&apos;s editor for an interview with reformist strategist and Khatami advisor Said Hajjarian, Yaas-Now editor for printing the speech of a Majles MP, Aftab-e Yazd and Kar-va Kargar for complaints filed against them by the prosecutor-general. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Sazegara Denies Reports of Confession in Jail</b> • A few hours after his release on 6 billion rials in bail, dissident Mohammad-Mohsen Sazegara denied reports in the conservative websites that he had confessed to the charge of plotting to overthrow the regime. Sazebara&apos;s lawyer <b>Shirzad Heydari-Shahbaz</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that his client insisted that he had committed no crime. The judiciary arrested Sazegara last June, during the 10-day pro-democracy demonstrations. Sazegara said he spent 79 of his 114 days in jail on hunger strike. He was hospitalized five times. (Leyli Sadr) <b>Hundreds Sign Internet Petition against Attempted Rape Victim&apos;s Death Sentence</b> • Despite increasing domestic and international appeals to the judiciary to suspend the death sentence against a Kish woman who killed her attacker in self-defense, all signs indicate that her execution will go on according to the verdict. The Islamic judiciary&apos;s supreme court approved an appeals court&apos;s death sentence for Afsaneh Nowrouzi, even though she had been acquitted six years ago in a preliminary court on the grounds that she killed the Kish island&apos;s head of police intelligence in self-defense, after the officer attempted to rape her. More than 1500 people signed an Internet petition addressed to the UN Secretary General. According to the petition, the fact that the attacker was a member of the regime&apos;s law enforcement forces was the main reason for the death verdict. (Keyvan Hosseini) • An unnamed supreme court judge told the state-owned ISNA news agency that the motive for the murder was not self-defense. He added that only the judiciary chief can reverse the verdict. (Bahman Bastani) • The Tehran daily <i>Aftab-e Yazd</i> compares the supreme court&apos;s approval of Afsaneh Nowrouzi&apos;s death sentence to the same court&apos;s rejection of the death sentences against Kerman&apos;s gang of five, who killed six people in a span of few months, after deciding that they were religiously fit to die. “Doesn&apos;t Nowrouzi&apos;s death sentence prove that the law protects aggression against the people&apos;s lives and honor,” the newspaper quotes a reader. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) <b>Iran&apos;s Share of the Hand-Woven Rug Market Drops</b> • Iran&apos;s carpet merchants are seeking new markets for their product in the Far East, after losing their share of the western market to the competition from India, Pakistan and China. Iran&apos;s market share which was 55 percent 25 years ago has dropped to 28 percent. The lower quality of the Iranian carpets, the use of artificial fibers instead of cotton and wool, and the negative impact of the Islamic regime&apos;s foreign currency policy, have been cited as the main reasons for the drop. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Judiciary Summons Ahwaz MP for Defending Aghajari</b> • The judiciary summoned Ahwaz reformist MP Mohammad Kianoush-Rad for speaking last year at Ahwaz University in defense of jailed history professor and Islamic leftist activist Hashem Aghajari. Kianoush-Rad said the volunteer unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps, Basij, reported on his speech to the judiciary. A court in Hamedan condemned Aghajari to death for criticizing the clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation in a speech on Islamic Protestantism in June 2002 at a Hamedan mosque, but a branch of the Islamic judiciary&apos;s supreme court struck down the sentence and sent the case back to the same court for retrial. (Bahman Bastani) . عليرغم شدت گرفتن مخالفت هاي داخلي و بين المللي با حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي، همچنان قضات اين پرونده معتقدند که اين زن بايد اعدام شود. جرم افسانه نوروزي، قتل يک افسر نيروي انتظامي است و شواهدي مانند ابلاغ حکم اعدام به او و واريز کردن مبلغ 10 ميليون تومان خون بها به صندوق دولت توسط خانواده مقتول، نشان از احتمال اعدام قريب الوقوع افسانه نوروزي دارد. طبق قوانين جمهوري اسلامي، در حال حاضر، دايره اجراي احکام مي تواند از اين پس هر روز که بخواهد افسانه نوروزي را اعدام کند. مخالفين اعدام افسانه نوروزي، کماکان با قدرت و شدت، تلاش براي جلوگيري از اعدام وي را ادامه مي دهند و در اين ميان، اينترنت به عرصه اي تازه براي شدت بخشيدن به اين تلاش بدل شده است. از زماني که قاضي پرونده اين زن، با بي توجهي به نظر کارشناسان قضايي و پزشکي قانوني، اقدام وي در قتل يک افسر نيروي انتظامي را دفاع مشروع تشخيص نداد و حکم اعدام خانم نوروزي صادر شد، تا امروز کاربران فارسي زبان اينترنت، نامه هاي بسياري را خطاب به مقام هاي قضايي ايران و مقام هاي بين المللي تنظيم کردند و حمايت از اين نامه ها به شکل امضاي مجازي در اينترنت صورت مي گيرد. در اين حالت شخص مي تواند با وارد کردن آدرس اي-ميل خود، حمايت خود از متن نامه را اعلام کند و به همين شيوه، تعداد امضاء کنندگان نامه به دبيرکل سازمان ملل متحد براي حفظ جان افسانه نوروزي، به بيش از هزار و 500 نفر رسيده است. در اين نامه انتصاب مقتول به دستگاه دولتي ايران، يکي از دلايل صدور حکم اعلام شده و تاکيد شده که افسانه نوروزي در دفاع از حريم شخصي خود، نسبت به کسي که قصد تجاوز به او را داشته، باعث مرگ مقتول شده است. در بخش ديگري از اين نامه، از دبيرکل سازمان ملل متحد خواسته شده که توان خود را براي آزاد کردن خانم نوروزي به کار گيرد. همچنين سازمان عفو بين الملل نيز در فراخواني، از تمامي مدافعان حقوق بشر در سراسر جهان خواسته است تا با نوشتن نامه به مقامات عاليرتبه ايران، نسبت به حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي اعتراض کنند. همه اين تلاش ها در حالي صورت مي گيرد که قاضي تاييد کننده حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي، در گفتگويي با خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران، ايسنا، تاکيد کرده که انگيزه قتل خانم نوروزي، دفاع مشروع نبوده است. وي همچنين گفته است که شخصيت و مقام شغلي مقتول، در اين حکم تاثيري نداشته، اما بسياري از مخالفان حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي معتقدند که جايگاه شغلي و نفوذ خانواده مقتول، موجب شده تا چنين حکمي صادر شود. مقتول، يک افسر رده بالاي نيروي انتظامي و رئيس اداره اطلاعات نيروي انتظامي در جزيره کيش بود. در عين حال کارشناسان قوه قضاييه جمهوري اسلامي، در اظهار نظري که پس از بازسازي صحنه قتل منتشر کردند، اعلام کردند که افسانه نوروزي در دفاع از خود در برابر اقدام به تجاوز جنسي، اين افسر نيروي انتظامي را به قتل رسانده است. نظري که قاضي پرونده به آن هيچ توجهي نکرده است. عليرغم شدت گرفتن مخالفت هاي داخلي و بين المللي با حکم اعدام افسانه نوروزي، همچنان قضات اين پرونده معتقدند که اين زن بايد اعدام شود. جرم افسانه نوروزي، قتل يک افسر نيروي انتظامي است و شواهدي مانند ابلاغ حکم اعدام به او و واريز کردن مبلغ 10 ميليون تومان خون بها به صندوق دولت توسط خانواده مقتول، نشان از احتمال اعدام قريب الوقوع افسانه نوروزي دارد. همزمان، مخالفين اعدام افسانه نوروزي، کماکان با قدرت و شدت، تلاش براي جلوگيري از اعدام وي را ادامه مي دهند و در اين ميان، اينترنت به عرصه اي تازه براي شدت بخشيدن به اين تلاش بدل شده است. تعداد امضاء کنندگان نامه الکترونيکي به دبيرکل سازمان ملل متحد براي حفظ جان افسانه نوروزي، به بيش از هزار و 500 نفر رسيده است. در اين نامه انتصاب مقتول به دستگاه دولتي ايران، يکي از دلايل صدور حکم اعلام شده و تاکيد شده که افسانه نوروزي در دفاع از حريم شخصي خود، نسبت به کسي که قصد تجاوز به او را داشته، باعث مرگ مقتول شده است.
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