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دوشنبه ۲۵ تیر ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۰۰:۲۱

درخواست جمهوري اسلامي از پاكستان براي جلوگيري از راه يافتن عناصر القاعده به خاك ايران

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceTuesday, September 03, 2002 - Iran asks Pakistan to stop al-Qaeda elements' border crossing - University bans meeting of Islamic student associations' union - Khatami's election law reform bill - Deputy FM meets Lebanese Hezbollah leaders - Majles postpones review of Zarafshan and Pourzand cases - Karaj steel components factory workers protest layoffs - Court grants Christian pastor's heirs blood money equal to Muslim's - Sullen Majority - Iran cleric speaks in Italy on Islam and violence - Film on women presidential hopefuls in Iran - China-Iran trade Iran Asks Pakistan to Stop al-Qaeda from Crossing Border * Interior Minister Abdolvahed Musavi-Lari asked Pakistan today to stop fugitive al-Qaeda elements from crossing into Iran during talks with visiting Pakistani interior minister Moinuddin Haider, who said Pakistan would do all it can. The fall of the Pakistan-backed Taliban in Afghanistan has provided an opportunity for renewed cooperation between Iran and Pakistan. (Alireza Taheri) "Daftar" Writes to Khatami over Cancellation of its Gathering * The union of Islamic student associations, Daftar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat, asked President Khatami to intervene in order to reverse the decision of Tehran's Shahid Beheshti University to block a general meeting of the members of both of its factions. The central council of Daftar's majority faction accused government reformists of sewing discord within its ranks by supporting the minority faction. (Fereydoun Zarnegar) Press Reaction to the Government's Election Reform Bill * Reformist newspapers today supported, and conservative ones opposed, Khatami's bill that seeks to reduce the power of the Guardians Council to vet applicants for candidacy in parliamentary elections. (Mehdi Khalaji) * Khatami is again challenging the conservatives and reviving the reform movement, writes the New York Times. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) Deputy Foreign Minister Meets Lebanese Hezbollah Leaders * Iran's deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs met with leaders of the Lebanese Hezbollah today, after seeing Syria's president in Damascus and Lebanon's president in Beirut yesterday. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) Majles Postpones Review of Zarafshan and Pourzand Cases * The Majles complaints committee (Article 90 Committee) postponed the review of the cases of jailed lawyer Naser Zarafshan and journalist Siamak Pourzand after interior minister Abdolvahed Musavi-Lari excused himself from attending the session, citing the Pakistani interior minister's visit. Intelligence minister Ali Yunesi and police chief brigadier general Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf said they would not attend without the interior minister. Zarafshan was jailed after an appeals court approved his 5-year jail sentence for "revealing government secrets" during his work as lawyer of the relatives of the 1998 serial assassinations of dissidents by intelligence ministry agents. Siamak Pourzand, 72, was sentenced to 11 years in jail for anti-regime activities in a closed-door trial after being held for nearly six months in a secret location. (Alireza Taheri) Karaj Steel Components Factory Workers Go on Strike * Karaj steel components factory workers protest mass layoffs. A worker tells RFE/RL that 473 laid off workers are receiving unemployment benefits, but 137 workers continue to work. Another worker tells RFE/RL that the factory has been equipped with new machinery and the management's claim that the factory would close due to lack of business is false, because production continues at night with 137 workers who continue to report for work. The workers went on strike last March demanding back pay. The laid off workers are owed five months of pay, a worker tells RFE/RL. (Jamshid Zand) Courts Grants Butchered Christian Pastor's Heirs Blood Money Equal to a Muslim A court in southern Tehran granted the heirs of Christian pastor Haik Hovsepian-Mehr 150 million rials in blood money, equal to that of a Muslim. Hovespian's cut up body was found in his apartment's refrigerator in 1994. The intelligence ministry blamed three young women for the gruesome killing and the three claimed membership in the Baghdad-based People's Mojahedin Organization (MKO) and confessed to two bombings in Tehran and Mashhad. Writer Emadedin Baqi linked Hovsepian's murder to the serial murders of dissidents which were later blamed on "rogue" intelligence ministry officials and agents. In the series of articles on the serial murders, for which he ended up in jail, Baqi pointed out to the presence at the three young women's press conference of Mohammad Kazemi, who was later accused of involvement in the murders of the Foruhars and others along with three other intelligence ministry agents, including Said Emami, who was at the time a deputy intelligence minister under the then minister Mohammad Falahian. * Tehran-based lawyer Mohammad-Hossein Aghasi tells RFE/RL that this is not the first time that a court grants blood money equal to a Muslim to a non-Muslim murder victim's heirs. He says the difference between the two have to be covered by the government. * Paris-based human rights activist Karim Lahiji tells RFE/RL that a special envoy of the UN Human Rights Commission, who attended the three women's trial in Tehran in 1995 and called it fake, said in his report to the UNHRC that their confessions appeared forced. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Sullen Majority: Report on Iranian Youth * The New York Times Magazine reports on the lives of Iranian youths in an article entitled "The Silent Majority." (Fariba Mavedat, London) Iranian Cleric Speaks at Religions and Culture Conference in Palermo * Ayatollah Mohammad-Ali Taskhiri spoke about Islam and violence at the Palermo conference on Religions and Culture: Confrontation or Dialogue. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) "Madam President" * Shahla Haeri, head of Boston University's women studies program, tells RFE/RL that her documentary film, Madam President, includes interviews with six of the 15 women applicants for candidacy in the 2001 presidential elections. She says an ambiguous word in the Islamic Republic constitution opened the door for women to apply for candidacy, although the conservative Guardians Council has never approved any woman applicant to stand for the election. (Shahran Tabari, London) China-Iran Trade Relations * A 27-man delegation from Iran arrived in Beijing for trade talks with China, hoping to increase Iran's non-oil exports to China, which was $300 million last year, a small portion of Iran-China's $3.3 billion trade, which has increased eight folds since 1994. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) ARTS AND IDEAS Daily medical advice (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Internet Report * On the seventh anniversary of his popular website, www.iranian.com, Berkley-based editor Jahanshah Javid tells RFE/RL that more than 700 Iranians in the US and Europe and Iran contribute English articles about their lives in exile and their ideas about Iran to the site which is seen by more than 160,000 unique visitors. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily Book Review * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic Kamran Fani reviews an anthology dedicated to Zoroastrian scholar Jamshid Soroushian, edited by Katayoun Mazdapur from Soraya publishers. (Kamran Fani, Tehran) Youth, Society and Education: Research Centers * Paris-based expert on higher education in Iran Said Peyvandi discusses the higher education ministry's new plan to establish research centers in Tehran. Daily Science Report * A new study on an epileptic patient shows that self image is processed in the left side of the brain, while the brain uses the right side for processing images of others, reports Nature magazine. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Song: Bordi az Yadam (You Forgot Me) * RFE/RL's music critic plays a new version of the famous 1950's song by Delkash, performed in Los Angeles by Faezeh. Shadi (Joy) * Los Angeles DJ Afshin Gorgin spins the latest Persian pop tunes. WORLD * Iraqi VP Tariq Aziz says Iraq is ready to consider allowing the UN weapons inspectors back. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * White House spokesman denies dispute within the administration over a possible military action against Saddam. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Germany says it would not receive any envoy from Iraq. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * The September 11 attacks on the US had a negative impact on the economies of oil producing countries, reports Moscow's Kommersant newspaper. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * The Egyptian government and al-Azhar Islamic University officials deny US role in the administration of the university, charged by a group of dismissed faculty. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Libyan leader Qaddafi calls tomorrow's meeting of the Arab League foreign ministers in Cairo a waste of time. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * UN's earth summit in Johannesburg. (Shahran Tabari, London)

عبدالواحد موسوي لاري، وزير كشور، امروز از پاكستان خواست براي جلوگيري از ورود فراريان القاعده به خاك ايران، بيشتر تلاش كند. معين الدين حيدر، وزير كشور پاكستان كه براي يك ديدار 5 روزه در تهران به سر مي برد، گفت: پاكستان براي جلوگيري از فرار عناصر القاعده به ايران هر چه در توان دارد خواهد كرد. سقوط طالبان و استقرار دولت كرزاي در افغانستان فرصتي براي نزديكي مجدد ايران و پاكستان فراهم ساخته است.

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