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یکشنبه ۳۱ تیر ۱۳۹۷ تهران ۰۹:۴۷

نگراني محافظه كاران از گسترش اعتراض ها به حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري

جمشيد زند، مصاحبه با عبدالله مومني و هادي كحال زاده

Summary of Today's BroadcastRFE/RL Persian ServiceFriday, November 15, 2002 - Aghajari's death sentence and student protests - End of the two-day weekend - Higher education budget - Roundtable on judiciary and reforms Student Protests Raise Conservatives' Concerns The student protests against Professor Hashem Aghajari's death sentence have conservatives worried, especially since by declining to appeal the verdict Aghajari confronts the judiciary with the potential embarrassment of having to strike it down. Former intelligence minister Dori Najafabadi said at the Friday prayer ceremony at Tehran University that "opportunistic" anti-revolutionary elements abroad should not be allowed to exploit the situation in order to foment a repeat the July 1999 student unrest. Abdollah Momeni, secretary general of the pro-reform wing of Daftar-e Tahkim-e Vahdat, the association of students' Islamic councils, tells RFE/RL that the interior ministry has not yet issued a permit for the protest march called for next Monday. Hadi Kahalzadeh, head of the Alameh Tabatabai students' Islamic council, tells RFE/RL that a boycott of classes in that university has been called for Sunday, and demonstrations will be held on campus, where the interior ministry's permission is not required. (Jamshid Zand) * The judiciary cannot repeal Aghajari's death sentence through the usual appeal process, and an overturn of the verdict by the Supreme Leader would be seen as a triumph for the students. That would be a worrisome development for the authorities, who have seen recent student protests extend to a broader condemnation of the regime. (Mehdi Khalaji) * The Financial Times' Guy Dinmore writes that the police are blocking access to the teachers' college campus to prevent the general public from joining the protest. Student activists are disassociating themselves from the government reformists, who have shown they are unable to defend freedom of speech. The Los Angeles Times notes that the lack of violent clashes between students and the plainclothes Ansar-e Hezbollah is a departure from the past. (Fariba Mavedat, London) * The Economist writes that the Aghajari sentence aims at persuading President Khatami to take back his bills to reform the election law and expand presidential powers. (Shahran Tabari, London) * Le Monde writes that Aghajari's death verdict has put the Supreme Leader in a difficult spot. On one hand, he has asked the judiciary to follow the rules, and on the other hand, he has warned that if the judiciary, executive and legislative branches of the government fail in their respective responsibilities, he will order "popular forces" to take charge. (Jean Khakzad, Paris) Government Ends Two-Day Weekends * The government ended the two-day weekend system by ordering all offices to remain open on Thursdays, though the workday will end two hours earlier. Cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said the move is expected to increase efficiency. Tehran journalist Mohammad Reza Balideh tells RFE/RL that the Thursday-Friday weekend meant Iran could not do business with the outside world for four days per week. (Golnaz Esfandiari) Spanish Newspaper Supports Jailed Journalist Baqi * Spain's biggest political weekly adopted jailed journalist Emadedin Baqi as its son, a symbolic gesture of support. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) Iran: The Week in Review (Siavash Ardalan) Universities' Per-Capita Budget * The deputy of the Science and Industries University said the per-student budget of universities is lower than what private elementary schools spend. RFE/RL's Paris-based education commentator Said Peyvandi says the state cannot bear the entire burden of high education, but Iranian laws prevent the private sector from investing in higher education. (Kian Manavi) RFE/RL Roundtable: Judiciary and Reforms * Three Tehran lawyers, Mohammad-Hossein Aghasi, Mohammad-Reza Seifzadeh and Ramezan Haji-Mashhadi, discuss the judiciary's actions vis-…-vis President Khatami's reforms. ARTS AND IDEAS Daily Internet Report * Columbia University professor Ehsan Yarshater tells RFE/RL that publishing Encyclopedia Iranica on the Internet has freed the staff from the limitation of working on entries a volume at a time. Articles for all unfinished volumes can now be ordered and made available on the Internet. (Behnam Nateghi, New York) Daily medical advice (Dr. Mansur Moslehi, Los Angeles) Daily Book Review: "Iran-namak" * RFE/RL's Tehran-based book critic Kamran Fani reviews "Iran-Namak: A New Look at Iran's Name and its History" by Amanollah Qorashi. Daily Science Report * Richard Paulson of the University of Southern California tells RFE/RL that his study shows that women can be impregnated after menopause, by artificial insemination. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) Dance Music Band Aryan's Success * Italian news agency finds the success of the dance music band Aryan ironic. The band sold 28,000 tickets to its concerts in Tehran, where hand clapping to music is a crime. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) Ninth Iranian Theater Festival in Germany * Majid Falahzadeh, director of the Cologne Iranian theater festival tells RFE/RL that Cologne's culture office and the Protestant church helped fund the ninth festival, which was named "This Side of the Silk Road" to indicate the festival's goal of displaying the interaction between cultures. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) Song (Mahmud Khoshnam) Shadi (Afshin Gorgin) WORLD * The Guardian writes that without gas masks, Iraqi Kurds are as vulnerable as they were in 1991 to chemical attack by Saddam. (Shahran Tabari, London) * Changes in the Chinese communist party's policies. (Fariba Mavedat) * Iraqi officials maintain that the US will attack Iraq regardless of what they do. (Farideh Rahbar, Cairo) * Egyptian head of counter-intelligence briefed Israelis on the Hamas-Alfatah negotiations in Cairo. (Jamshid Chalangi, Cairo) * Virginia executes Pakistani who murdered two CIA officials in Langley, VA. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Australia arrests 49 anti-globalization demonstrators in Sydney. (Jamshid Adili, Sydney) * Two thousand representatives from 19 NATO countries will hold the first NATO meeting in a former communist country next week in Prague. (Golnaz Esfandiari) * Secretary of State Collin Powell criticized anti-Islamic statements by US televangelists. (Homayoun Majd, Washington) * Labor strikes in Italy in support of Fiat workers. (Ahmad Ra'fat, Rome) * UNHRC and HRW condemn the police's killing of two Kabul University students in. (Homayoun Majd, Washington)

گسترش اعتراضات وسيع نسبت به صدور حكم اعدام هاشم آغاجري، مدرس تاريخ دانشگاه تربيت مدرس، نگراني محافظه كاران را كه انتظار گسترش اعتراضات را نداشتند، بر انگيخت. دري نجف آبادي، سخنران پيش از خطبه هاي نماز جمعه در تهران گفت: عناصر فرصت طلب در خارج و داخل نبايد سوء استفاده كنند و 18 تير تازه اي راه بياندازند. امتناع آغاجري از تقاضاي تجديد نظر، بر نگراني آنها افزوده است. قاضي مرتضوي و مديركل مطبوعات وزارت كشور مطبوعات را از درج مطالب و تصاويري كه موجب تحريك عموم مي شود، منع كردند. عبدالله مومني، عضو شوراي مركزي دفتر تحكيم وحدت، (منتخبان علامه طباطبايي)، در گفتگو با راديو آزادي مي گويد: دفتر تحكيم وحدت دانشجويان را به شركت در راهپيائي اعتراضي فراخوانده است كه اجازه آن هنوز از سوي وزارت كشور صادر نشده. وي از اساتيد و داشجويان مي خواهد روز دوشنبه كلاس ها را تعطيل كنند. هادي كحال زاده، دبير انجمن اسلامي دانشگاه علامه طباطبائي در مصاحبه با راديو آزادي مي گويد: ما همراه با ساير دانشجويان روز يكشنبه را به كلاس درس نخواهيم رفت. دانشجويان دانشگاه شهيد بهشتي و شهيد رجايي نيز تجمع خواهند كرد. وي مي گويد: چون تجمع ها در داخل محوطه دانشگاه است، نيازي به گرفتن مجوز از نيروهاي انتظامي نيست.

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