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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, September 08, 2003 <b>IAEA Urges Iran to Declare “All” Nuclear Activities</b> • Iran needs to declare all its nuclear activities, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei said Monday at the start of a weeklong closed-door meeting of the IAEA Board of Governors. “I&apos;m going to strongly urge Iran to clarify all issues relevant to its uranium enrichment program to make sure that all its enrichment activities have been declared and are under agency (IAEA) verification,” he said. (Ali Sajjadi) • Russian atomic energy minister Alexander Rumyantsev said in Moscow on Monday that Russia and Iran are likely to soon resolve differences over the agreement that guarantees the return of the Bushehr nuclear power plant&apos;s spent fuel to Russia. He said the differences over the agreement were only “technical.” (Ebrahim Biparva) <b>Government Drafts Bill to Block Terror Funding</b> • The Islamic government will soon submit to the Majles a bill to block funding for international terrorist organizations, cabinet spokesman Abdollah Ramezanzadeh said on Monday. It was expected that the reformist Majles will approve the bill, but it will rejected by the conservative Guardians Council. Ramezanzadeh said the bill would not block funding for the Palestinian militant organizations, such as Hamas, but certainly includes Al Qaeda. He said as Iran fights Al Qaeda, it expects the US to act against the armed anti-regime opposition group the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO). (Ebrahim Biparva) • Saudi Arabia asked Iran to hand over a son of Osama bin Laden, who is wanted in Saudi Arabia for his role in last May&apos;s terrorist attack in Riyadh, the kingdom&apos;s Washington envoy Prince Bandar bin Sultan told the <i>Dallas Morning News</i>. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Rafsanjani Blames Reformists for Public Discontent</b> • In a speech at the 10th meeting of the third session of the Experts Assembly, former president Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, head of the Expediency Council, blamed the reformists for the widespread public discontent. Speaker of the Experts Assembly Ayatollah Ali Meshkini defended the power of the Guardians Council to vet the applicants for the candidacy in the Majles elections. Reformist cleric Ali Ansari, one of the few reformist members of the Assembly, called for an end to what he called “dual government,” and said the trend of “government in government” is on the rise and instead of the public interest, the regime considers its own expediency. (Ali Sajjadi) • Since the Guardians Council vets the applicants for the candidacy in the Experts Assembly elections as well as the Majles elections, the Assembly members are in effect appointees of the Guardians Council, who are themselves the appointees of the Supreme Leader, Paris-based political activist <b>Ahmad Salamatian</b>, a former Majles MP, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He adds that instead of being a body that supervises the conduct of the Supreme Leader, the Experts Assembly has turned into an extension of the Supreme Leader&apos;s office, and recognizes no duty for itself other than praising the Supreme Leader and his appointees. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Iran Struggles to Preserve Relations with the UK</b> • The return of the Iranian ambassador to London to his past, after a short recall, indicates the isolated Islamic regime&apos;s struggle to continue its diplomatic relations with Britain, London&apos;s Sky TV mews commentator <b>Hazhir Teymourian</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He adds that the drive-by shooting at the British embassy in Tehran, which came after the arrest in London of Iran&apos;s former envoy to Argentina, could not have taken place without direct approval of some of the top officials of the regime, including the Supreme Leader. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Iranians Students Most Politically Active, Says <i>Mother Jones</i></b> • Iranian university students ranked highest in the world for political activism, the leftist US monthly <i>Mother Jones</i> said in its latest issue. When there is no press freedom, political parties are not active and trade unions are banned, the universities have remained the only outlet for political expression that the government has not been able to silence, Tehran University political science professor <b>Sadeq Zibakalam</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Four Policemen Die in an RPG-7 Assault in Zahedan</b> • Four policemen were killed on Sunday night in Zahedan, center of the Sistan va Baluchestan province, editor of the bilingual Baluchi-Persian weekly <i>Marz-e Por Gohar</i> <b>Mahmoud Barahoui Nezhad</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He says the assault appears to have been a revenge for the killing of two Zahedan motorists by the police a few months ago for driving without licenses. He says people and all political organizations condemned the assault. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Foreign Minister Visits Syria</b> • Iran and Syria coordinate their polices on Iraq and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, declared foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi yesterday in Damascus. He denied US charges that Iran intervenes in Iraq&apos;s internal affairs, and said “enemies of Iraq” killed head of the Iran-backed Supreme Council of the Islamic Revolution of Iran Ayatollah Muhammad-Baqer Hakim. He called for the return of sovereignty to Iraqi people under the supervision of the UN. Kharrazi&apos;s talks with Syrian President Bashar Asad also covered possible recognition by the Arab League of the Iraqi governing council. Kharrazi said no peace plan in the Middle East would succeed without the participation of all Palestinians. (Ebrahim Biparva) <b>Tehran Branch of Islamic Student Association to Hold Conference in Shiraz</b> • The Tehran council of the pro-reform association of Islamic student councils (Dafter Tahkim Vahdat) will hold a conference in Shiraz. It has been reported that some members of the Daftar have boycotted the gathering. The annual conference can only be officially held with the vote of all members of the general council, of which three members are in jail, <b>Amir Pakzad</b>, member of the general council of the Daftar and secretary of the Yazd medical school Islamic student council, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian) <b>Lack of Mayors Complicates Municipal Administration in Key Azerbaijan Cities</b> • Delay in naming new mayors for Tabriz, Urumieh and Miyaneh has confronted major Azerbaijan cities with administrative difficulties, Tabriz-based independent journalist <b>Ensafali Hedayat</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Disruptions in sanitation and garbage collection are just a part of the problem, he adds. The Tabriz city council accepted mayor Farahanipour&apos;s offer of resignation in a closed-door meeting last week, two months after the local press began criticizing his administration. In Urumieh, the city council named one of the former municipal executives as the mayor, but the governor blocked his appointment on the grounds that he lacked a graduate degree and had no experience in running a city. (Kian Manavi) <b>Judiciary Summons Managing Editor of Pro-Khatami Newspaper</b> • The press court summoned MP Mohammad Naimipour, managing editor of the leading pro-Khatami daily <i>Yas-e Now (Fresh Jasmine)</i> to answer 25 complaints that have been filed against the paper. Only four of the complaints belong to private citizens, <i>Yas-e Now</i> reporter Soheila Razavi tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. She adds that most of the complaints have been filed by such establishment institutions as the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) and the prisons organization, which have charged the paper with anti-regime propaganda. (Farin Asemi) <b>Kerman Judiciary to Retry Killers of Five</b> • Kerman judiciary chief Gholamhossein Heydari said the case of six defendants in the abduction, rape and killing of two women and three men will be sent to another branch of the city&apos;s criminal courts, after the supreme court in Tehran turned down their death sentences on the grounds that the killers were right to deem the murders a religious necessity. Kerman judiciary chief said the society would fall into complete chaos if citizens were to kill whoever they deemed religiously fit to die. (Shireen Famili) <b>Retirement Fund Faces Greater Number of Retires who Live Longer</b> • The growing number of retirees, and the relative longer life expectancy of Iranians, has faced government&apos;s retirement fund with budget problems, the World Bank officials who visited Iran last month, said in a report. Head of the national retirement organization Abdolhossein Sabet said the dependency rate on the retirement fund has reached a critical level. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) <b>Deputy Foreign Minister Pessimistic on Renewal of Ties with Egypt</b> • There is no will on the Egyptian side to renew diplomatic ties with Iran, foreign ministry deputy Mohammad Sadr told IRNA&apos;s English newspaper <i>Iran Daily</i>. (Siavash Ardalan) . ليلي صدر (راديوفردا): سخنگوي دولت جمهوري اسلامي گفت پيش نويس لايحه اي براي قطع كمك هاي مالي به گروه هاي تروريستي به مجلس شوراي اسلامي ارجاع خواهد شد. ابراهيم بي پروا (راديوفردا): اين لايحه كه مسئولاني از وزارت امورخارجه، اقتصاد و امور دارائي و بانك مركزي جمهوري اسلامي يك سال براي تدوين آن وقت صرف كردند، در هفته جاري به پارلمان اصلاح طلب تقديم مي شود وانتظار مي رود مورد تصويب قرار گيرد. لايحه همچنين به تائيد شوراي نگهبان محافظه كار نياز خواهد داشت. در صورتي كه اين لايحه تصويب شود، ايران نيز خواهد توانست به كنوانسيون بين المللي سال 1999 عليه تروريسم خواهد پيوست. عبدالله رمضانزاده، سخنگوي دولت جمهوري اسلامي گفت اين لايحه در پي آن است كه هرنوع كمك مالي به گروههائي كه ايران به عنوان تروريست مي شناسد، قطع كند و القاعده قطعا در اين فهرست قرار مي گيرد. رمضان زاده گفت گروه ستيزه جوي فلسطيني حماس در اين فهرست قرار ندارد. آمريكا ايران را به حمايت از گروه هاي تروريستي متهم مي كند و مصرا از ايران خواسته است اعضاي ارشد مظنون القاعده را كه ايران مدعي است در آن كشور بازداشت شده اند تحويل آمريكا بدهد. ايران كه حمايت از تروريست ها را انكار مي كند، در ماه ژوئيه اعلام كرد كه اعضاي القاعده را در بازداشت دارد، ولي به دلايل امنيتي، از افشاي هويت آنان امتناع كرد. دولت بوش دارائي هاي مقامات حماس و سازمان هاي وابسته به آن را مسدود كرده است. اتحاديه اروپا نيز در پايان هفته گذشته تصميم گرفت شاخه هاي سياسي حماس از جمله گروه هاي رفاه اجتماعي و خيريه وابسته به اين سازمان را در فهرست سياه تروريستي خود قرار دهد. اين تصميم ناشي از بمبگذاري در اتوموبيلي در بيت المقدس در سال گذشته است كه حماس مسئوليت آن را برعهده گرفت. در حال حاضر، اتحاديه اروپا فقط شاخه نظامي حماس را در فهرست سازمان هاي تروريستي قرار داده است. ايران مي گويد كه حماس و حزب الله لبنان را از نظر مالي حمايت نمي كند، ولي از نظر سياسي از اين گروه ها كه مخالف اشغال سرزمين هاي عربي از سوي اسرائيل است، حمايت به عمل مي آورد. رمضانزاده يادآور شد كه دفاع عليه اشغال و تجاوز حق مشروع هر ملت است و آن را نمي توان تروريسم تلقي كرد. كنوانيسيون ضد ترور كه همكاري بين المللي براي متوقف كردن جريان ارسال پول نقد به گروههاي تروريستي را افزايش مي دهد، تامين يا جمع آوري پول با قصد يا اطلاع از اينكه پول براي حملات تروريستي استفاده خواهد شد را يك نوع جنايت مي داند. اعضاي كنوانسيون بايد قوانين كشوري خود را با اصول و مواد اين پيمان تطبيق دهند و از آن پيروي كنند. همچنين متجاوزان به اين قوانين را تحت تعقيب قرار دهند يا به كشورهائي كه از اعمال غير قانوني آنها صدمه مي بينند، مسترد كنند. آقاي رمضانزاده گفت كه مسئوليت هاي بين المللي ايران اين كشور را متحد مي كند كه عليه القاعده بجنگند و به همين ترتيب انتظار دارد كه آمريكا نيز عليه سازمان مسلح مجاهدين خلق بجنگد. سخنگوي دولت جمهوري اسلامي در پايان گفت ايران در مورد تروريسم نه معامله اي كرده است و نه دست به هيچ معامله اي خواهد زد. عبدالله رمضانزاده، سخنگوي دولت جمهوري اسلامي گفت پيش نويس لايحه اي براي قطع كمك هاي مالي به گروه هاي تروريستي وزارت امورخارجه، اقتصاد و امور دارائي و بانك مركزي جمهوري اسلامي يك سال براي تدوين آن وقت صرف كردند، در هفته جاري به پارلمان اصلاح طلب شوراي اسلامي تقديم مي شود وانتظار مي رود مورد تصويب قرار گيرد، ولي تائيد شوراي نگهبان محافظه كار نياز خواهد داشت. سخنگوي دولت افزود اين لايحه در پي آن است كه هرنوع كمك مالي به گروههائي كه ايران به عنوان تروريست مي شناسد، قطع كند و القاعده قطعا در اين فهرست قرار مي گيرد. ولي حماس در اين فهرست قرار ندارد. آمريكا و اتحاديه اروپا سازمان ستيزه جوي فلسطيني حماس را در فهرست هاي خود از سازمان هاي تروريستي بين المللي قرار داده اند. رمضانزاده گفت ايران بايد با القاعده بجنگد ولي آمريكا هم بايد با سازمان مسلح مجاهدين خلق جنگ كند.