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Summary of Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, January 13, 2003 <b>OPEC Increases Production Ceiling by 1.5 Million bpd</b> * The OPEC oil ministers agreed in their emergency meeting yesterday to increase the organization&apos;s production ceiling by 1.5 million barrels per day. International oil market observer Farrokh Najmabadi tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Iran is not capable of increasing its oil production beyond the present 3.5 million barrels per day. As new wells come online older wells dry up for lack of proper maintenance. He says the post-revolutionary regime abandoned the project to increase the efficiency of the oil wells through gas injection. (Iraj Aryanpour) <b>Georgian Atomic Scientists in Iran</b> * Georgian president Edward Shevardnadze said his government has informed the US that a number of scientists from the Physics and Technology Institute in Sukhumi, along with retired engineers of the T&apos;bilisi aircraft manufacturing plant have been hired by Iran. (Alireza Taheri) <b>Conservatives Agitate in Qom against Death-Row Professor Aghajari</b> * Conservative religious organizations organized demonstrations by seminarians and students in several cities on Friday and yesterday. In Qom, leaflets denouncing professor HashemAghajari, who is sentenced to death, were handed out. Qom-based physician and political activist Dr. Akbar Karami tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the head of the power pyramid in the judiciary favors the execution of Hashem Aghajari, and the agitation in Qom is to justify his execution for the public opinion. Aghajari, a board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization, was sentenced to death last month after a speech in June in Hamedan on the Islamic Protestantism in which he criticized the clerical rule and the Shiite principle of religious emulation. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Iran-Turkey Coordinate Their Iraq Policy</b> * Turkish prime minister Abdullah Gul, who visited Iran on the last leg of his tour of the region, told his hosts in Tehran that Turkey remains committed to NATO. Paris-based journalist and author of several books on Turkey and Central Asia Amir Taheri tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Turkey and Iran worry about the formation of an independent Kurdish state in northern Iraq, and both countries would like to have a say in Iraq&apos;s political future. He adds that US and Iran played a great role in the London conference of the Iraqi opposition groups, but Turkey had only an observer. Some of Turkey&apos;s demands, he adds, including Turkish army presence in Iraq for five years, are not acceptable to either Iran or the US. (Shahran Tabari) * Turkish prime minister Abdullah Gul said last Friday in Tehran that war against Iraq can still be avoided. (Amir Armin) <b>Conservative Call for Publisher&apos;s Punishment</b> * In an open letter published in the conservative press, secretary-general of the hard-line party Jam&apos;iat Mo&apos;talefeh-ye Eslami asked the judiciary to punish MP Hadi Khamenei, publisher of the reformist daily <i>Hayat-e Now</i>, to show other journalists that even the Supreme Leader&apos;s brother is not immune. The judiciary closed <i>Hayat-e Now</i> last Saturday for insulting Ayatollah Khomeini by printing a 1937 American cartoon that showed chief justice Charles Evans Hughes being crushed under the thumb of President Franklin Roosevelt. Deputy secretary of the Mo&apos;talefeh, Assadollah Badamchian, called for elimination of the two main pro-reform parties, the Jebheh-ye Mosharekat-e Iran-e Eslami (Participation Front of the Islamic Iran), headed by president Khatami&apos;s brother Mohammad-Reza, and the Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution Organization. He said the country would not be worse without the pro-reform parties. (Shahran Tabari) * The Khoramabad news bureau of the banned daily <i>Hayat-e Now</i> was set on fire last night. A Khoramabad-based journalist tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the plainclothes agents of the Ansar-e Hezbollah and the city&apos;s Friday prayer leader were involved in the fire bombing of the newspaper offices. He adds that the role the newspaper played during the gathering held last year in Khoramabad university by the pro-reform association of students Islamic councils may have been a reason for the attack. He adds that no one was hurt in the fire. (Mahmonir Rahimi) * The pro-reform party Jebheh-ye Mosharekat (Participation Front) said in a statement yesterday that the conservatives made an excuse of the <b>Hayat-e Now</b>&apos;s cartoon to even some political scores with their political rivals and their newspapers. It charged that the conservatives are targeting President Khatami. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) * Hasan Zerehi, editor of the Toronto-based Persian weekly Shahrvand, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that conservatives damage themselves by making an issue of the newspaper cartoon. They bring people to streets to protest against a cartoon they consider an insult to a leader that no longer exists, he adds. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Italy Warns Tourists against Visiting Iran</b> * Italy listed Iran among the more than 30 Asian, African, South American and European countries its deems potentially dangerous for tourists. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>Iran Closes More Than 90 Publications in Two Years</b> * Spokesman of the society to defend freedom of expression in Iran Mashallah Shamsolvaezin said the closing of more than 90 newspapers and magazines within the past three years is an indication of the worsening of human rights in Iran. He added that the judiciary has closed a few newspapers before every election. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Illinois Governor Empties the Death Row</b> * London-based human rights activist who has written extensively against the death penalty, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Illinois governor George Ryan&apos;s commuting the death penalty may be a first step in the abolishing of the death penalty in America. The countries like China and Iran, with the highest death penalties in the world, use death penalty in the US as an excuse. He adds that death penalty has been abolished in more than 110 countries of the world. (Ali Sajjadi) . حزب جبهه مشاركت ايران اسلامي، بزرگترين تشكل سياسي جناح اصلاحگراي جمهوري اسلامي، در بيانيه اي موج اعتراضات به كاريكاتور چاپ شده در روزنامه حيات نو را بهانه اي براي تصفيه حساب گروهي با رقباي سياسي و مطبوعات اصلاح طلب ارزيابي كرد و نوشت نوك پيكان حمله آن متوجه شخص محمدخاتمي، رئيس جمهوري اسلامي است. حبيب الله عسگراولادي دبيركل هيات موتلفه اسلامي، انتشار كاريكاتور مذكور را ناشي از توطئه سازمان اطلاعات مركزي آمريكا (سيا) دانست. حبيب الله عسگر اولادي نوشت: حکم دادگاه بايد چنان باشد که همه بدانند با منسوب به عالي ترين مقام کشور برخورد مي شود تا ديگر قلم بدستان حساب کار خود را بدانند. دبيرهيات موتلفه، رهبر جمهوري اسلامي را فرا مي خواند تا موضع خود را در اين باره اعلام کند. در همين حال، وزارت فرهنگ و ارشاد اسلامي با چاپ اطلاعيه اي عذرخواهي هادي خامنه اي و تعطيل اعلام کردن روزنامه پيش از صدور قرار توقيف را حاکي از حسن نيت دانست و خواستار پيگيري اين موضوع از طرق قانوني و بحث و گفتگو شده است. در تظاهراتي که سازمان دهندگان و مشوقان آن نهادهاي محافظه کار، از جمله سازمان تبليغات اسلامي و جامعه مدرسين حوزه علميه قم بودند، طلاب مدارس علميه فرياد مي زدند: مرگ بر منافق دولتي.