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سه شنبه ۱۶ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۲۳:۳۲ - ۶ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

آمريکا سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي را متهم کرد که اعتبار خود را زير سوال برده است


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiFriday, November 21, 2003 <b>IAEA Board Puts Off Decision on Iran Resolution</b> • The board of governors of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is meeting again today on how to deal with Iran&apos;s past nuclear activity. The board is debating a resolution that would chastise Iran for 18 years of cover-ups, but also praise it for its recent cooperation with the IAEA. (Alireza Taheri) • The IAEA formally approved Iran&apos;s decision to allow tougher nuclear inspections, but was not able to agree on a resolution on Iran&apos;s nuclear program. The decision was put off until next week. (Maryam Ahmadi) • People in Tehran are worried about the effect of possible UN sanctions on their lives, if the IAEA refers Iran&apos;s violations of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty to the UN Security Council, writes the Paris daily <i>Le Figaro.</i> (Jean Khakzad) • Russia denied helping Iran acquire uranium enrichment equipment and technology, in statements by the atomic energy and foreign ministries. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) • The United States assailed Iran on Friday for “lies” about its nuclear program and voiced unprecedented criticism of the IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei, suggesting he glossed over 18 years of deception that included enriching uranium and processing plutonium. “Questionable,” U.S. envoy Kenneth Brill said of a section of the IAEA report that says the agency found “no evidence” of bomb making activity in Iran. (Bahman Bastani) • Speaking at the official Friday prayer ceremony in Tehran University, former president Hashemi Rafsanjani praised the European countries and IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei for their stance on Iran&apos;s nuclear program, and hoped that the IAEA board of governors would recognize Iran&apos;s “right of access” to nuclear technology in its resolution on Iran today. (Nima Tamadon) • US has now accepted that Iran&apos;s case would not be referred the UN Security Council, but insists that the IAEA resolution condemn Iran for violations, senior fellow at London international strategic studies institute <b>Gary Seymour</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The problem is that hard-liners in the US want to see Iran punished with UN sanctions for its violations, but Europeans disagree, head of British parliament&apos;s foreign relations committee <b>Donald Anderson</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>UN General Assembly Committee Approves Resolution Condemning Iran&apos;s Human Rights Violations</b> • The human rights committee of the UN General Assembly approved resolution proposed by Canada condemning the Islamic government&apos;s human rights violations. (Amir Armin) • Canada presented a draft resolution Thursday to the human rights committee of the UN General Assembly, urging Iran to stop human rights violations, including torture, discrimination against religious minorities and suppression of free expression. The Tehran government supports “systematic discrimination” against women and girls in law, Canada&apos;s resolution says. “Human rights defenders, including lawyers, have been imprisoned and barred from practicing in courtrooms because of statements they made in defense of their clients,” Deputy Canadian Ambassador to the UN Gilbert Laurin, who presented the draft to the General Assembly&apos;s human rights committee, said. Iran&apos;s legal process is “frequently lacking” and that the Islamic regime&apos;s political and religious opponents are “persecuted and arbitrarily sentenced to prison,” Laurin said. Canada&apos;s draft resolution does not mention the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, which brought Iran&apos;s human rights violations to the attention of Canadians. Kazemi&apos;s murder during interrogation is not an isolated case. There are many cases like it in Iran, Laurin said. (Alireza Taheri) • Tehran MP and deputy head of the Majles national security and foreign relations committee Mosen Armin said he has nothing new to add to what he had earlier said about the role of Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi in the Kazemi&apos;s death in custody, but vowed to continue investigating the judiciary&apos;s handling of the case. (Leyli Arman) <b>Anniversary of Serial Murders in Germany</b> • In a ceremony held in Berlin, Iranians observed the fifth anniversary of the serial murders of dissidents by the intelligence ministry agents. Exiled novelist <b>Abbas Maroufi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that during his speech at the event, he reviewed the history of religion-inspired political assassinations in Iran, and predicted that the investigation into the serial murders will eventually bring down the Islamic government. (Parviz Mardani) <b>Tehran to Build Monorail Trains</b> • Tehran will add 17 monorail, elevated train lines for inner city commuting within the next three to five years, Tehran mayor Mahmoud Ahmadinezhad said today, according to IRNA. (Baktash Khamsehpour) <b>Majles and Cabinet Compete on Banking Reform</b> • The Majles economic committee announced hearings on reforming the management of Iran&apos;s state-owned banking system. The hearings were announced a few days after finance and economic affairs minister Tahmasb Mazaheri said the government has submitted a bill to the Majles about selling the state banks to the private sector. It appears that while Khatami&apos;s government favors privatization of the banks, the Majles is only concerned with reforms in the current state-owned banking system. The privatization organization announced last March its plan to sell to public four major banks – Melat, Tejarat, Sepah and Saderat, but the project was shelved after the supreme administrative court of justice headed by former intelligence minister Ayatollah Qorbanali Dori-Najafabadi rejected it. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Germany May Release Mykonos Restaurant Killer</b> • A letter sent from the German Chancellor&apos;s office to an Iranian refugee group led to further speculation that Germany may be readying to release Kazemi Darabi, who was convicted to life in prison after gunning down four anti-regime Kurdish leaders in Berlin&apos;s Mykonos restaurant in 1991. The victims included Sadeq Sharafkandi, head of Iran&apos;s Kurdish Democratic Party. <i>Berliner Zeitung</i> said Germany does not consider exchanging Darabi with Israeli prisoners of the Lebanese Hezbollah unlikely. (Shahram Mirian) • German government said in its letter to the center for Iranian political refugees that the release of Darabi is not being considered, head of the center <b>Hamid Nowzari</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. In reaction to the news that the release of Darabi and a Lebanese convict in the same had been demanded by the Lebanese Hezbollah in exchange for releasing Israeli detainees, the Iranian center for political refugees wrote a letter to the German Chancellor, warning that Darabi&apos;s release would be a wrong message to the families of the victims, he adds. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) <b> “Jerusalem Day” Marches in Iran</b> • On the official “Jerusalem Day” marches were organized by the government in Tehran and major cities. In Tehran more than 200,000 took part in the march, according to official news agency IRNA. Unlike previous marchers, no slogan against Britain was permitted in this year&apos;s march. (Arash Qavidel, Tehran) • Majority of Europeans believe Israel is a treat to world peace, former president Ali-Akbar Hashem Rafsanjani said in today&apos;s Friday prayer sermon, which was delivered after the Jerusalem Day marches. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Aghajari Refuses to Appear in his Trial</b> • Tehran teachers&apos; college professor and Islamic activist Hashem Aghajari, who had been sentenced to death for his remarks in Hamedan in June 2002 in a lecture on Islamic Protestantism, said he will no longer appear in any court hearing about his case, Aghajari&apos;s lawyer Saleh Nikbakht announced. He says he is ready for death and martyrdom, Nikbakht said. The Islamic judiciary&apos;s supreme court rejected Aghajari&apos;s death sentence last year after widespread student demonstrations against it, however he remains incarcerated as his case is being reviewed. A member of Qum city council said on Wednesday that the reformists&apos; efforts to struck down Aghajari&apos;s death sentence did not succeed. Reformist Tehran MP Mohsen Armin complained that a year after the supreme court&apos;s ruling, judiciary officials have not officially vacated the death sentnece. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Writers Union Issues Statement on Serial Murders</b> • In a statement on the fifth anniversary of the serial murders of dissidents by intelligence ministry agents, the case is still open, the Iranian writers union said in a statement today. The people know the truth about this case, poet and writers&apos; union board member <b>Simin Behbahani</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The murders were acts against independent thinking and independent thinking, she adds. Nationalist opposition leaders Parvaneh and Darioush Forouhar, and two writers Mohammad Mokhtari and Mohammad-Jafar Pouyandeh, were the officially admitted victims of the serial murders. (Shireen Famili) <b>Workers of Tractor Factory Protest Public Offering</b> • As soon as the stocks of the engine division of the Tabriz tractor factory were offered last Monday on the Tehran stock exchange, more than 1000 workers of the factory went on strike, closing down production, Tabriz-based independent journalist <b>Ensafali Hedayat</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Among other things, the workers protest the rapid escalation of the stock prices after the initial public offering. (Bahman Bastani) . مريم احمدي (راديو فردا): سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي تصميم گيري درباره ايران و برنامه هسته اي ان کشور را به روزهاي آينده موکول کرد. قرار بود متن قطعنامه در اين باره، روز جمعه آماده و تصويب شود، اما محمد البرداعي گفت درباره متن قطعنامه اجماع حاصل نشد. آقاي البرادعي گفت به نظر من پيشرفت هايي حاصل شد. بحث بسيار فشرده اي در جريان است. اعضاي سازمان در حال رايزني با يکديگر هستند تا در مورد قطعنامه به اجماع دست يابند. کارها پيش مي رود، اما به زمان بيشتري نياز است و فکر نمي کنم تا چند روز آينده قطعنامه آماده امضا شود. گفتگو ها حول اين محور دور مي زند که ايران در گذشته موادي از پيمان منع گسترش را زير پا نهاده است، اما نشاني از اين که تهران در صدد توليد بمب هسته اي است نيز به دست نيامده است. فرانسه، آلمان، و بريتانيا قطعنامه اي را پيشنهاد کرده اند به قصور در انجام تعهدات پيمان متهم شده است. اما آمريکا خواهان آن است که ايران به انجام ندادن تعهدات پيمان متهم شود که در آن صورت ممکن است در معرض تحريم هاي بين المللي قرار گيرد. آمريکا سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي را متهم کرد که اعتبار خود را زير سوال برده است، زيرا حاضر نشده است بگويد ايران بنا به شواهد به دست آمده در صدد توليد جنگ افزارهاي هسته اي است. محمد البرادعي، رئيس سازمان، اين ادعاي آمريکا را غير صميمانه خواند. سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي تصميم گيري درباره ايران و برنامه هسته اي ان کشور را به روزهاي آينده موکول کرد. قرار بود متن قطعنامه روز جمعه آماده شود، اما محمد البرداعي گفت درباره متن قطعنامه اجماع حاصل نشد. وي گفت اعضاي سازمان در حال رايزني هستند تا در مورد قطعنامه به اجماع دست يابند. فرانسه، آلمان، و بريتانيا قطعنامه اي را پيشنهاد کرده اند كه ايران را به قصور در انجام تعهدات پيمان متهم كرده است. آمريکا سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي را متهم کرد که اعتبار خود را زير سوال برده است وحاضر نشده است بگويد ايران در صدد توليد جنگ افزارهاي هسته اي است. محمد البرادعي، اين ادعاي آمريکا را غير صميمانه خواند.
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