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جمهوري اسلامي و اتهام پشتيباني از تروريسم: اردوگاه آموزشي القاعده در شرق ايران

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Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceFriday, September 27, 2002 - US accuses Iran of supporting al-Qaeda - Kuwaiti and Iraqi foreign ministers in Tehran - European papers on Iran's domestic conflict - Hekmatyar joins Taliban - Reporter gets jail for criticizing both factions - Judiciary disrupts co-ed dance show in Mashhad - Drought in Sistan va Baluchestan - Iran telecom lowers long distance rates - Film festival in Cologne Rumsfeld on Iran's Terrorism Connection * Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said Iran supports terrorism and lies about it. His remarks came a day after NBC News reported that al-Qaeda members frequent a training camp within Iran near the Afghanistan border, which is also used by other terrorist groups. Rumsfeld also said there is evidence linking Iraq to al-Qaeda. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) Kuwaiti and Iraqi Ministers to Visit Iran Simultaneously * The simultaneous visits to Iran by Kuwait's defense minister Jaber al-Sabah and Iraq's foreign minister Naji Sabri has increased speculation that Iran might act as mediator between the two countries. Meanwhile, President Khatami's brother Mohammad-Reza, deputy speaker of the Majles, told the Kuwaiti newspaper Rai-al-'Am that the day Saddam falls would be the happiest day for Iranians. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) European Papers Report on Iran's Domestic Political Conflict * Reporting on President Khatami's new bill seeking power to suspend court orders, daily Frankfurter Rundschau quotes Iranian newspapers. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) * Economic stagnation and national security concerns forced Khatami to try to speed up the reform process. The government's new bills have already met with tough resistance from conservative newspapers. A Hezbollah leader told Rome's La Republica reporter in Tehran that conservatives are ready to give one million lives to stop Khatami. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) Hekmatyar Joins Taliban in "Fadaian" Army * Golboddin Hekmatyar, who was briefly prime minister after the withdrawal of Soviet forces, has banded with Taliban remnants to form a new force called "Lashgar-e Fadaian-e Eslam (The Army of Devotees of Islam)," according to Salahedin Safi, a Hekmatyar aid, who said it receives financial support from Iran and al-Qaeda. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Court Sentences Urumieh Reporter to Jail for Criticizing Both Factions * Mohammad-Reza Khadem-Shams, publisher of the weekly "Seda-ye Urumieh (Voice of Urumieh)," whose conviction to six months jail and 20 lashes for an article criticizing both factions of the regime was overturned by an appeals court, will again be sentenced because the head of Urumieh Islamic revolutionary courts opposed the appeals court's decision. (Jamshid Zand) Mashhad Judiciary Stops Azeri Co-ed Dance Performance * The Judiciary disrupted a folkloric dance performance by male and female dancers from Azerbaijan, presented as part of a festival organized by the Mashhad municipal government. Authorities confiscated passports of the Azeri troupe for two days, and dismissed and arrested the head of the Maqsud China manufacturing company, sponsor of the event. Mashhad-based reformist journalist Mohammad-Sadeq Javadi-Hesar tells RFE/RL that a "certain power" prevents any joyful gathering in Mashhad. A recent walk organized by the municipal government for the elderly was disrupted by plainclothes men after the judiciary suspected that the event might provide an opportunity for people from opposite sex to mingle. Plainclothes men also disrupted a youth festival and exhibition. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) Drought in Sistan va Baluchestan Province * The southeastern province of Sistan va Baluchestan is threatened with a seriousshortage of water. The provincial capital of Zahedan has only six months of drinking water left in its reservoirs. The drought began in 1999 when the Taliban government closed the flow of Hirmand river into Iran, violating a 1973 agreement between Afghanistan and Iran. The drought has completely dried Hamoun lake. Afghanistan foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah says his country too suffered from the drought during the past four years. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Iran Telecom Lowers Long Distance Rates by 50 Percent * Hurt from competition from private voice-over-IP companies, Iran telecom lowered its international long distance rates by 50 percent, according to communications minister Ahmad Motamedi. Telecom businessman Masud Arjomandi tells RFE/RL that lower prices would increase volume, but long distance business would not be as profitable as before for Iran telecom. (Shireen Famili) Video Film Festival in Cologne * Cologne's video festival of Iranian films will include a lecture series on women's cinema, says organizer Ahmad Nik-Azar in an interview with RFE/RL. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Civil Society and Human Rights * Washington-based lawyer and human rights advocate Mehrangiz Kar enumerates the many ways the constitutional rights are violated in Iran. ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Art enthusiasts can locate 80,000 paintings and sculptures by 7,500 artists in thousands of museums around the world using the search engine provided by artcyclopedea.com. Also, Iranians leftists in Paris launch www.mihan.net, which features an editorial calling all Iranian republicans (as opposed to monarchists) to unite against the Islamic regime; and www.parssky.com publishes articles on cosmology, astronomy and space travel in Persian. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily medical advice program (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Book Review * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic Kamran Fani reviews "Az Goone-yi Digar (From Another Sort)," discourses on Persian culture and literature by Mir Jalaledin Kazazi, published by Markaz, Tehran. Daily Science Report * Stanford University professor Dr. Jessica Murray tells RFE/RL that her research in Parkfield, California, which was published in Nature magazine, shows that the time model developed by Japanese geologists to accurately predict earthquakes failed in what should have been an ideal locale for its application. Canada's Indurmart company geologist Mehdi Esfahani tells RFE/RL about the importance of Dr. Murray's findings. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Interview with Azin Movahed, Flute Player * Azin Movahed, flute player and a member of the music faculty of the Tehran University's school of fine arts, tells RFE/RL that the increasing number of private music academies and music students has lowered academic standard, but is helping to expand a deeper appreciation for music in the society. She says more women show interest in studying music and other arts. Azin Movahed is a graduate of Illinois University and a guest lecturer at the University of Portland, Oregon. (Mahmonir Rahimi) Song: "Ma Ra Bebus (Kiss Me)" * RFE/RL's Frankfurt-based music critic Mahmud Khoshnam plays the 1940's popular song "Ma Ra Bebus (Kiss Me)," written by Heydar Reqabi, performed by Hasan Golnaraqi. WORLD * Palestinians take part in peaceful demonstrations of the "Intefada" anniversary. Arafat's deputy Mahmud Abbas goes to Qatar to seek mediation for ending Israel's occupation of Arafat's compound in Ramallah. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * A review of American and British newspapers articles about US foreign policy. (Fariba Mavedat, London) * Ukraine's opposition parties ask the country's President to resign over US accusation that he agreed to the sale of sophisticated radar equipment to Iraq. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) * Karzai travels to Saudi Arabia asking for $200 million in promised aid. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Spain-Morocco conflict over Parajil island has become an issue in Morocco's first free parliamentary elections. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * Moroccan political parties have agreed to set aside 30 seats for women in the new parliament. More than 14 million are expected to vote for candidate lists from 26 parties. Islamic parties boycotted the election over the participation of women. (Fariba Mavedat, London) * RFE/RL reports live on the anti-globalization demonstrations in Washington. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Anti-government forces capture more towns in Ivory Coast, as France and US send in troops. (Jean Khakzad, Paris)

دانلد رامسفلد، وزير دفاع آمريكا، بار ديگر جمهوري اسلامي را به پشتيباني از تروريسم متهم كرد. منابع اطلاعاتي آمريكا از اردوگاهي در شرق ايران و نزديك مرز افغانستان كه مورد استفاده اعضاي القاعده و تروريست هاي ديگر است، خبر دادند. بر اساس گزارش رويتر، سربازان آمريكايي در غرب افغانستان مستقر شده اند. دانلد رامسفلد در كنفرانس مطبوعاتي اظهار داشت: شواهد قاطعي وجود دارد كه ارتباط القاعده و عراق را ثابت مي كند.

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