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شنبه ۲۰ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۷:۰۳ - ۱۰ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

نيمي از دستگير شدگان ناآرامي‌هاي خياباني خردادماه گذشته، دانش آموزاني با سني کمتر از 18 سال بودند


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, October 27, 2003 <b>Mixed Reactions to Iran&apos;s Signing the Additional Protocol to NPT</b> • President Bush praised as a positive step Iran&apos;s October 21 announcement that it would sign the additional protocol to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. In Iran, secretary of the supreme national security council Hassan Rouhani said if we find that there has been deception in the process of signing the additional protocol, we will do what is in our national interest. In Tehran, many welcomed the announcement, but demonstrators last Friday condemned it as capitulation to the western powers. Deputy director of the Washington Institute for Near Eastern Policy <b>Patrick Clawson</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that it has to become clear that signing the additional protocol is not a delay tactic by Iran. He adds that Iran may continue building its uranium enrichment capability, but not use it, which would make the signing of the protocol futile, he adds. (Leyli Sadr) • Seminary students staged a demonstration in front of the foreign ministry against Iran&apos;s decision to sign the additional protocol. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) • British, French and German foreign ministers, along with Italian foreign minister, met with IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei, and once again asked Iran to respect its commitments to NPT. (Leyli Sadr) <b>Iran, Syria Cooperative on Iraq, Says Britain&apos;s Envoy</b> • A dialogue was under way with Iran and Syria to encourage them to back more openly the postwar drive to create a new Iraq, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, the most senior British official in the U.S.-led occupying administration in Iraq, said on Sunday. “I think on the whole that they have been quite cooperative,” he added. “But there are different parts of these (Syrian and Iranian government) machines, with different habits in their background, and I would like their approaches to be more unequivocally supportive than they are,” he said. (Masoud Malek) <b>Iran Withholds Names of Al-Qaeda Detainees “for Security Reasons”</b> • Iran gave the UN a list of 250 al-Qaeda detainees, 87 of hwom it has already deported to their countries of origin, including to Saudi Arabia, while 147 have remained in detention. “Regarding the people who are in Iran, the Islamic republic prefers not to disclose their names for security reasons,” foreign ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said on Sunday. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) <b>Half of Arrested Demonstrators Were Minors</b> * Half of those arrested in Tehran during last June&apos;s anti-regime demonstrations were high school students below the age of 18, head of national youth organization Rahim Ebadi said today. He said 90 percent of the arrested demonstrators had no prior political activity record. Four students of the Khajeh-Nasir University in Tehran were put on trial for insulting the Supreme Leader and Islamic sanctities and anti-regime activities. A number of students of the Tehran Teachers&apos; college staged a sit-in to protest against the disciplinary actions against the students arrested during last June&apos;s demonstrations, which including expulsion. Mostafa Khosravi, a student of the Amir-Kabir University was transferred to hospital after taking part in the students&apos; week-long hunger strike. In Sabzevar, a member of the Islamic student council, who was missing for nearly a week, called home to announce that he has been arrested. (Keyvan Hosseini) <b>Bureaucracy Devours 65 Percent of Government&apos;s Budget</b> • The number of government employees increased from 556,000 in 1979 to 2.33 million in 2000, according to the internal magazine of the planning and management organization. The figure does not include the armed forces, security organs and those employed by the state-owned enterprises, which would bring the total government employees to 4.2 million. The past two presidents of the Islamic Republic have failed to deliver on their stated promises to reduce the size of the government. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Majles Speaker Warns against Lack of Voter Participation</b> • The people are politically mature enough to know that their lack of participation in the upcoming Majles elections would not solve any problems, but would create new problems, Majles speaker Mehdi Karrubi said. Boycotting the elections is not a correct way to show political and economic discontent, he added. For the February 20th elections, observers expect the lowest turnout since 1979, due to the people&apos;s frustration with the reforms. (Mahdieh Javid) <b>Government Promotes Brain Drain</b> • The Islamic regime, which in the recent past talked of encouraging hundreds of thousands of educated Iranians to return home from the US and Europe in order to participate in the reconstruction of the country, is now actively promoting brain drain. Vice president Mohammad-Reza Aref said yesterday that encouraging educated Iranians to find jobs in foreign countries is one of the central goals of the government&apos;s new economic development plan. The labor ministry announced yesterday that Iran exports skilled labor and educated professionals to Saudi Arabia, South Korea, the UAE, Germany, Australia and Qatar. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Special Elections Crimes and Intelligence Agents Courts</b> • Two new special courts are being planned, one for election crimes and the other for intelligence ministry agents. Special courts, including the special court for the clergy, are unconstitutional and weaken the judiciary, head of the Tehran bar association Bahman Keshavarz said. Too many special courts would reduce the people&apos;s access to general courts, Tehran-based lawyer <b>Ahmad Bashiri</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He adds that a special court for the intelligence ministry agents, which is being considered by the Majles, is not necessary, since intelligence agents are not a part of the armed forces, and as civil servants, their crimes fall within the jurisdiction of general courts. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Press Court Jury Finds <i>Mardomsalari</i> Guilty for Printing Remarks by Khomeini Grandson</b> • The press court jury found the managing editor of reformist Tehran daily <b>Mardomsalari</b> guilty for printing remarks made to international press by Hossein Khomeini, Ayatollah Khomeini&apos;s grandson, who escaped to Iraq last month. The newspaper was charged with printing “false” anti-regime statements. The same jury found <i>Mardomsalari</i> not guilty for printing an item on the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian journalist Zahra Kazemi. (Leyli Sadr) . كيوان حسيني (راديو فردا): بنا بر آماري كه روز گذشته رحيم عبادي، رئيس سازمان ملي جوانان منتشر كرد، 50 در صد دستگير شدگان اعتراضات خياباني خردادماه در تهران، دانش آموزاني بودند كه سني كمتر از 18 سال داشتند. در گزارشي كه سايت ملي سازمان جوانان منتشر كرده، آمده است كه رحيم عبادي در تشريح تركيب سني و انگيزه هاي دستگير شدگان اعتراضهاي خردادماه گفته است: 90 درصد كساني كه در جريان ناآراميهاي خردادماه دستگير شده اند، پيش از اين هيچگونه فعاليت سياسي نداشته اند. در ايران 68 درصد جمعيت كشور را جوانان زير سي سال تشكيل مي دهند و بنا بر گفته رئيس سازمان ملي جوانان، اكثريت دستگير شدگان از اين گروه سني بوده اند. اما همچنان روند اعتراضهاي جوانان و بخصوص دانشجويان نسبت به سركوبهاي صورت رفته در چندماه اخير توسط جمهوري اسلامي ادامه دارد. اين سركوبها كه با احكام كميته هاي انضباطي دانشگاهها و محروميت دانشجويان از تحصيل شدت گرفته بود، اين روزها با تشكيل دادگاههايي براي دانشجويان دنبال مي شود. در دانشگاه صنعتي خواجه نصير الدين طوسي، چهار دانشجوي فعالي اين دانشگاه به دادگاه احضار شده اند و در نخستين جلسه محاكمه، اين دانشجويان با اتهامات اقدام عليه امنيت ملي، توهين به مقدسات و رهبري و تشويش اذهان عمومي روبرو شدند. اين پرونده هم اكنون در دادگاه انقلاب پيگيري مي شود. همچنين بنا به گزارش خبرگزاري دانشجويان ايران، دانشجويان دانشگاه تربيت معلم در اعتراض به برخورد كميته هاي انضباطي با دانشجويان در مقابل معاونت دانشجويي وزارت علوم تحصن كرده اند. به گفته عباس شكوهمند، يكي از دانشجويان متحصن، اين تحصن كه صبح ديروز انجام شد از امروز با اعتصاب غذا همراه خواهد شد. اين دانشجويان شب گذشته را در تحصن به سر بردند و خواستار لغو محروميت خود از تحصيل شده اند، اما ساعاتي پيش، رئيس دانشگاه تربيت معلم در گفتگويي با ايسنا، در محروميت اين دانشجويان از تحصيل تاكيد كرد و گفت: حتي اگر آنها در اين ترم انتخاب واحد كرده باشند، انتخاب واحدشان باطل است. وي حكم كميته انضباطي را لازم الاجرا دانسته است. بنابر گزارشهاي رسيده، دانشجويان معترض تا كنون دعوت آقاي محدث، مدير كل دانشجويان وزارت علوم و آقاي ظريفيان، معاون دانشجويي وزارت علوم را براي مذاكره نپذيرفته اند. اعضاي شوراي مركزي انجمن دانشجويان دانشگاه علم و صنعت نيز بعد از اينكه اعتصاب غذا و تحصن يك هفته اي شان در درون دانشگاه به نتيجه نرسيد، به مقابل معاونت دانشجويي رفته و به جمع دانشجويان متحصن در اين منطقه پيوسته اند. بنابر گزارش سايت دانشجويان خبرنامه اميركبير، اعتصاب غذاي يك هفته اي اين جمع موجب شده تا شب گذشته مصطفي خسروي از اعضاي شوراي مركزي اين انجمن به بيمارستان منقل شود. همچنين از سبزوار خبر مي رسد كه يكي از اعضاي انجمن اسلامي دانشجويان دانشگاه تربيت معلم اين شهر از روز جمعه، دوم آبان ماه ناپديد شده و روز شنبه، سوم آبانماه طي تماسي تلفني، بدون ذكر محل نگهداري خود گفته است: توسط افراد ناشناسي بازداشت شده است. گفته مي شود اين دانشجو از كساني بوده كه در جريان ناآراميهاي خردادماه با ماموران اطلاعات اين شهرستان درگير شده است. در پيوند با اين موضوع، انجمن اسلامي اين دانشگاه با صدور اطلاعيه اي، ضمن تاييد اين خبر به مسئولان هشدار داده كه در صورت رخ دادن اتفاق ناگواري براي اين دانشجو بايد منتظر واكنش جدي دانشجويان باشد. بنا بر آماري كه روز گذشته رحيم عبادي، رئيس سازمان ملي جوانان منتشر كرد، 50 درصد دستگير شدگان اعتراضات خياباني خردادماه در تهران، دانش آموزاني بودند كه سني كمتر از 18 سال داشتند. رحيم عبادي در تشريح تركيب سني و انگيزه هاي دستگير شدگان اعتراضهاي خردادماه گفت که 90 درصد كساني كه در جريان ناآراميهاي خردادماه دستگير شده اند، پيش از اين هيچگونه فعاليت سياسي نداشته اند. همزمان، روند اعتراضهاي جوانان و بخصوص دانشجويان نسبت به سركوبهاي صورت رفته در چندماه اخير توسط جمهوري اسلامي ادامه دارد. اين سركوبها كه با احكام كميته هاي انضباطي دانشگاهها و محروميت دانشجويان از تحصيل شدت گرفته بود، اين روزها با تشكيل دادگاههايي براي دانشجويان دنبال مي شود.
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