DNI-NEWS Digest - 1 May 1998 to 2 May 1998 - Special issue

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Topics in this special issue:

1. Who tells the truth: Movahedin or Mojahedin 2. Right faction tries to destabilise Khatami's rule at the cost of the Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC)

Who tells the truth: Movahedin or Mojahedin

From: "Asghar Abdi" <asghar@btinternet.com> Subject: Ansar-e-Hezbullah and Dr Amir Ahmadi

The members of MKO and supporters of the NCRI disturbed Professor of Hushang Amir Ahmadi's talk in London University (SOAS) on Thuirsday 16th April, 1998. They accused Ahmadi of being the IRI spy. They asked Dr Mojtehedzadeh, "Where is your clerical uniform?". Dr Mojtehed zadeh replied that if the IRI gives me money, it is because of their concern to promote Iranian culture. You are paid by Saddam. My sponsor is better than yours. Opponents of Dr Ahmadi also criticised the presence of reporters of Jam-e-Jam in the hall.

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Mojahed 386 1377/2/8

hmvTnan Azadh mqym lndn jlsh vabsth bh~rJym tHt envan ˛hvyt ayrany dr sal2000ň ra bh~hm zdnd

rvz pnjSnbh 27frvrdyn grvhy az hmvTnan Azadh mqym lndn jlsh~yy ra kh rJym AKvndy tHt~envan ˛hvyt ayrany dr Astanh payan qrn bystmň bh~vsylh hvSng amyraHmdy, padvy SnaKth~Sdh rJym dr Karj kSvr v az mamvran rabTh ba ayran~gytyha v karGrKan tblyQaty vzart aTlaeat dr arvpa hmrah ba grdanndgan jam~jm, tlvyzyvn Karj kSvry rJym brgzar krdh bvd, bh~hm zdnd. mzdvran rJym qCd daStnd dr ayn bh~aCTlaH smynar, bh~bhanh bHc pyramvn adbyat v taryK v aslam vý bh~mSaTh~gry Ghrh kryh rJym Kmyny prdaKth v az Tryq bazargrmy v mjyzgvyy bray Katmy, ayn AKvnd jnaytkar ra bh~envan yk Ghrh myanh~rv v mly, ja bznnd. hngamy kh hvSng amyraHmdy mzdvr rJym kh hmh~ja tblyQ myanh~rvy AKvnd Katmy v rJym AKvndy ra my~knd, Srve bh sKnrany krd,~hmvTnan Azadh ba afSay Ghrh ayn mzdvr, mane az ajray nqSh av dr ayn jlsh Sdnd. evaml vzart aTlaeat dr ayn jlsh abtda sey krdnd ba altmas metrxan ra KamvS knnd v vqty tlaS Anha bh~ntyjh nrsyd,~aqdam bh drgyry ba Anha nmvdnd kh ba aetrax Haxran mvajh Sdh v drnhayt mjbvr Sdnd ba Kft v Kvary ayn bh~aCTlaH smynar ra teTyl knnd. bh gzarS radyv Amryka dr rvz 30frvrdyn77, aetrax~knndgan hvSng amyraHmdy ra mthm krdnd kh vy jasvs rJym jmhvry aslamy ast v bdyn lHaX Hq sKnrany dr ayn jlsh ra ndard. Anan brgzarknndgan smynar ra nyz mthm krdnd kh ayn smynar ra ba pvl jmhvry aslamy v Hmayt rJym thran brgzar krdh~and v msivlan brgzary smynar az jmlh dktr pyrvz mjthdzadh, riys jlsh, ra nyz Sdyda mvrd aetrax qrar dadnd. hvSng amyraHmdy dr gftgv ba radyv Amryka, bh~dlaly rJym bray brqrary rabTh ba Amryka, aetraf krd v gft: ˛dr 7 6salh~aKyr emdta bray eadysazy v bhbvd rabTh myan ayran v Amryka tlaS krdh~am . tlvyzyvn jam~jm rvz bed xmn svz v gdaz az bh~hm Kvrdn ayn jlsh adea krd kh grvh Kbry v dvrbyn~Gyhay ayn tlvyzyvn mvrd Hmlh aetrax~knndgan qrar grfth~and. tlvyzyvn Karj~kSvry rJym hm~Gnyn az ayn~kh plys aetrax~knndgan ra bazdaSt nkrdh bh~svz v gdaz prdaKt. grdyd.


Right faction tries to destabilise Khatami's rule at the cost of the

Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC)

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Comment by Asghar Abdi Right faction tries to destabilise Khatami's rule at the cost of the Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC)

"Nateq Nuri- Mahdavi Kani-Larijani-Tavakoli"'s faction, known as Briish pressure group inside the IRI, decided to keep silent after being defeated by people's Khatami. However, fanatic Khomeinids have increased their pressure against Khatami's "Civil Society". Anglophils hope that struggle between fanatic Islamists and moderate Khomeinist will weaken Khomeinists (moderate and fanatic leftists) and will provide the grounds for the last strike by Anglophil against the Revolution. If moderate Khomeinists win the battle, Anglophils will join the moderates and will continue to suck the blood of the workers legally.

News

Iran-Daily, May 2 1998 2

Omid-e-Zanjan in an article entitled 'The nation in harmony with Khatami's government', wrote that the message delivered in May 1997, was primarily aimed at the judiciary which couldn't bring relative justice to the society . The weekly said that confrontation with the president and the continuation of previous attacks is tantamount to ignoring the will of the people which should be avoided. The weekly went on to say that the people of Iran will not allow the judiciary to lay all that has happened in the past on the account of Khatami's administration. According to the weekly, all the organizations should act in line with President Khatami's programs in order to help him fulfill his duties.

Rah-e-Nu, a weekly publication, in an article entitled 'On whose side is the judiciary?', wrote that conditions are getting worse with regard to the judiciary. It said that without a law-abiding and harmonized judiciary, it is impossible to have a civil society as envisaged by President Khatami. According to the weekly, the case of Tehran's mayor, the attacks on the offices of several publications and cinemas and other incidents are all indicative of the judiciary's state of affairs.

Asr-e-Ma, a publication belonging to the Islamic Revolution's Mujahedeen Organization, assessed the performance of the losing faction in the May 1997, presidential elections. According to this publication, the opposition will try to intensify the differences within the system and meddle in the government's making progress which could result in political insecurity, tension and cri-sis. The weekly says that disqualification of mid-term Majlis candidates can be considered a probing maneuver by rightist elements, to test their future chances in penetrating the Experts Council which plays a crucial role in choosing the country's leader. Asr-e-Ma sug-gested that actions which could create tension should be avoided and those who are against monopolizing things, should help President Khatami and enlighten people, even open-minded rightists, by adopting a single strategy. It went on to say while we are supposed to be observing more freedom and security, as well as paying greater respect to the rights of people, we are observing arrests, disqualification of Majlis candidates and even tense encounters of rightist elements with laymen. These actions were quite uncommon even before outlining the civil society as envisaged by President Khatami, it commented.

Toos in its editorial commented on recent developments and wrote that people are aware and alert and have always shown, as they did in the May 23 presidential elections, that they demand freedom, truth and crave democracy. The publication said people stand behind whoever is an advocate of freedom, liberty and democracy. It noted that if Hashemi Rafsanjani wants to know what their first judgment about the "Karbaschi phenomenon" is (something he surely knows), it will be said there was one goal in mind, namely weakening the Khatami administration, without bearing in mind that times have changed and there would be no freedom, democracy and justice without Khatami. Hashemi's remedy came far too late when sanctities had been forgotten and dignities had been degraded, as he himself witnessed in the Friday prayers, the weekly concluded.

Mobin in an article on the current situation of the Tehran Municipality wrote that it is only natural that if the court in charge of the case issues a guilty verdict, the performance of the municipality under the Rafsanjani administration will be in question and it will not have anything to do with President Khatami and/or his administration. Of course it was expected that former president Hashemi Rafsanjani would strongly support Karbaschi who was very close to him. Rafsanjani is accountable for the mayor's deeds under his presidency, it noted. To this end, and despite all public expectations Rafsanjani made outstanding efforts to resolve the issue, it con-cluded.

Omid-e Javan published a letter from a clerk. Parts of the letter read, "Will the 17.5% increase in salaries, which has been included in this year's budget, suffice for the current standard of living? I swear to God that it won't even be enough to buy 3 kg of meat." And again, "May God help us not to become sick and not have to go to the hospital. In that case, we'll have to sell our house. President Khatami, we are dignified Muslims who have tolerated all kinds of circumstances. It is a disgrace, but sometimes we are ashamed in front of our children", it went on to say. The letter concluded, "Mr. Khatami, who will pay out the eight-year-old debts to clerks that Mr. Rafsanjani kept talking about?"

Spokesman criticizes Cook's raising Rushdie case Tehran - Foreign ministry spokesman, Mahmoud Mohammadi welcomed the statements made by Robin Cook the British Foreign Secretary regarding Britain's efforts to improve ties between Iran and the European Union (EU), but criticized his remarks about Salman Rushdie. Talking of Rushdie and again heating up the issue by the chairman of the EU , under circumstances which call for promotion of cooperation between Iran and the EU, is suggestive of the European side's support for conflict with the Muslim world.

Rushdie's case is a sign of the war between civilizations and sheltering Rushdie is tantamount to desecrating the beliefs of more than one billion Muslims worldwide. Reiterating Iran's firm stance against Rushdie, weapons of mass destruction, as well as terrorism, Mohammadi expressed regret that the British foreign secretary is again repeating past charges. These undue words would definitely damage the improvement of Iran-EU ties, the spokesman concluded.

Comments Unworthy of Our Elite Commander by Hassan Abdul Rahman

The violently phrased and emotionally charged threats issued by the commander-in-chief of the IRGC in Qom, earlier in the week, are a telling reaction to the nation's upswing in press and social freedoms. Coming as they did from the head of Iran's elite military corps, they are also sharply beyond the limits of his responsibility. The tone of Mr. Rahim Safavi's remarks, i.e., "We are seeking to uproot the counterrevolutionaries wherever they are. We must behead some persons and cut off the tongues of some others. Our sword is our tongue," appropriate perhaps in 1981-2, are wildly irrelevant today. For the generation born after the Islamic Revolution, this species of rhetorical excess probably registers a reaction between comic and horrific. And who are the counterrevolutionaries he refers to? He has specified the ministers of culture and Islamic guidance and the interior minister, as being yoked to their aims. His statements reveal a basic contempt for a popularly elected government that has a mandate to strengthen the rule of law and the roots of civil society. He seems also to have forgotten that the country has a constitution which clearly stipulates that the armed forces are forbidden interference in political affairs. The social reforms being undertaken and the ideas being floated are a natural progression that will only go forward. This is the will of the nation. Threats of violence by the head of our paramount military force will not stem this tide but obviously serve as a source of tension in the society and a potential flashpoint for worse. The sheer emotionalism of what was said however, speaks more of intellectual confusion than it does of a plan of action to whip the supposedly ubiquitous recalcitrants back into line. Mr. Safavi certainly knows that force cannot stop ideas and that the sword is unequal to the task of halting the popular march in favor of broader social liberties. If he is unaware of this, then he is clearly not the man for his job in the months and years ahead.

Tehran - Substitute Friday prayer leader of Tehran, Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi said the objective of the US in setting up a new Farsi radio transmission is to destroy and undermine the trust of the people in the Islamic government. Referring to the recent interpretation of the leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, who described the US decision as "a propaganda seige", Yazdi said after the Americans realized the futility of economic sanctions and other similar moves, they resorted to widespread propaganda campaigns against Iran. Global arrogance has not yet comprehended the Islamic system and the people of Iran - the very people who will never tolerate moves against their Islamic principles, he told the weekly congregation. Global arrogance, led by the US, is out to sow seeds of discord among the Islamic Ummah, Yazdi added. He called on the Muslim world to be vigilant and maintain unity against hostile moves. Yazdi emphasized that US policies against Iran have been fruitless and like previous US measures, the latest ones will also misfire. He also reflected upon the concern of the people and government of Iran saying with reference to the Zionist regime that compromise with the Zionists is not going to produce the results some Arab states want. "We should take a lesson from the courage and determination of the progressive Palestinian leaders. The language which Israel understands is the language of weapons and one cannot communicate with it in any other lan-guage," the judiciary chief told the weekly prayers at Tehran University. He hoped that the ongoing talks in Islamabad on Afghanistan would lead to the desired results so that the 20-year conflict in that country would come to its end. On human rights issues, he said the UN Universal Declaration on Human Rights does not take into account the religion and beliefs of the peoples, and is therefore not acceptable to Iran. He said the rights of peoples should be also compatible with their religion. No religious minorities in any part of the world enjoy as much freedom as they do in Iran. He observed that Judaism must not be confused with Zionism. The head of the judiciary also referred to the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice Week and said that the responsibility comprises various stages and cannot be undertaken in practical manner without the confirmation and support of the Islamic government. He also praised workers on the occasion of International Labor Day and described them as people playing the most important role in the administration of the affairs of state. Ayatollah Yazdi paid tribute to the martyrs saying the rule of Islam is the fruit of the martyrdom of those who shed their blood. Recalling Imam Hussein (AS)'s martyrdom, he said the martyrdom of the third infallible Imam of the Prophet's household and the self sacrifice of his fellow-combatants had salvaged Islam.

Hamas leader in Qom Qom - Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmad Yassin said here Friday that the Palestinians would hold out in their struggle with the Zionist regime to the last drop of their blood. Yassin, who was speaking in a meeting with Ayatollah Mesbah Yazdi and a number of theological teachers of the Qom Theological School, said that in a bid to neutralize the plots of the enemies of Muslims, Hamas would do its best to prevent an encounter with the Palestinian Authority. Ahmad Yassin said the issue of Qods is not an issue only to the Muslim people of Palestine but equally the concern of the entirety of the Muslim world. Messbah Yazdi welcoming the presence in Qom of the Hamas leader, hoped that Muslims would eventually say congregational prayers in Qods after the ouster of the Zionist regime. On Thursday Sheikh Ahmad Yassin visited the mausoleum of the founder of the Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini. Paying tribute to the Imam Yassin underlined his movement's readiness to follow his path. He noted that Israel has waged a psychological war to create discord among Palestinians, adding that Palestinians would continue their struggles against the Zionist occupiers until attaining final victory. Lauding just stands of Iranian government and nation regarding the Palestinian issue, Yassin prayed to god the almighty for victory of Muslim nations, especially the oppressed Palestinian nation.

Civil society: gains, losses By S. N. Amouzegar Journalism was deemed a hazardous occupation by the Majlis as of last September. Consequently, us journalists get the privilege of retiring after 20 years in harness rather than the normal 30 years, which is the basis for other white collar employees. That is the outstanding outcome of this law, which had been proposed to the Majlis several times during the past decade, and had always been rejected till now. Other lesser gains in this respect include a year-end bonus of a few extra thousand toomans and a few more days off during the year, equivalent to what factory workers get. What has pumped fresh blood into the veins of the Iranian journalists though has not been those material gains. The long awaited breeze of much needed basic liberties which began to blow after the Khordad 2 presidential elections, kissed good bye to the unwritten rules of censorship. This has undoubtedly been the most cherished achievement for the men and women of the press. The sapling of liberty that had begun its gradual growth after a gap was imposed on it soon after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, under conditions of war and domestic political terrorism majorly sponsored by the MKO, is now fortunately showing signs of blossoming. The most dangerous thing that can happen to this young tree at present is an untimely, cold winter storm. What the head of the Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC), General Yahya Rahim-Safavi has said recently in Qom is certainly a sign of such a destructive tempest. When a military commander, as high ranking as Safavi, takes political positions and gives guidelines to two ministers, and threatens to "behead some and cut off the tongues of others", the first impression is the contradiction between the Constitution of Iran's stipulations on military personnel addressing political issues and the general's remarks. What exactly does he mean? The obvious interpretation of his remarks suggests he is readying himself for confronting those he has labelled as security threats. This, however, is an extremely dangerous path to tread, because he is out of bounds by virtue of the Constitution. Soldiers follow orders, they do not dictate social policy. At least not in countries that have freely elected governments. Safavi has set up an extremely undesirable atmosphere. The leader of the Islamic Revolution is the appropriate personality to bring him back down to earth. Left unattended to, his remarks smell like the first sparks of one of the most serious cultural conflicts in the history of our beloved Islamic Revolution.

A day in the life of a journalist

By S. N. Amouzegar

I woke up well after sunrise yesterday, which means I lost the morning prayer again, which is supposed to be performed before that first rays of the sun appear on the horizon.

The reason is obvious. I had to stay at the newspaper until very late -- well after midnight -- again last night, preparing stuff which would have gone stale otherwise, and well, taking a look at all the news related to our dear Iran on the 12 telex newslines to which we have access here at Iran Daily. Then, I also, but not so carefully, scanned the news from other parts of the world to keep my mind fresh.

At any rate, being probably one of the few government employees with only one job, which begins at 2 p.m., I can make up for the missed night hours' sleep during the morning, although that is hardly half as refreshing as a good night's sleep.

Too much about that. It was the first day of Moharram and I had a chance to shed a few tears at the Sadat Mosque of Yousefabad between performing the noon and evening prayers, in memory of the master of all martyrs, Imam Hossein ibn-e Ali (AS).

I had four appointments to attend to and of course the responsibility of preparing the following day's page -- the most thrilling nightmare of any editorial member in charge of a certain page!

The first meeting was with the public relations officer of the Organization for Safeguarding the Values of Sacred Defense (OSVSD). The OSVSD is affiliated to the joint staff of the armed forces, but the man I was to meet Ali Samamlou was not a military officer. I knew him from long ago when he worked for the ministry of culture and Islamic guidance, where he still toils, as a public relations employee, and also for the Community of Iranian Researchers (CIR) a position which, again, he still holds. He is thus serving at three sensitive posts simultaneously, which is a phenomenon we observe in the post-revolution Iran, not very rarely.

My business there was applying for a reporter's ID for attending the Fifth Sacred Defense Theater Festival.

We knew each other only by telephone and this was the first time meeting in person, which turned out to be a very pleasant one as well. Then I stopped by the office for a few hours to check the following day's page and say hello to colleagues.

My next move was attending the opening ceremony of an exhibition of Mohammad Ali Mianji's "Furniture and Ceramics" at Bamdad Gallery. Being an old- fashioned, aging, relatively religious fellow, neither the atmosphere, nor the works really impressed me. The people were very well off, judging by their appearance, and the works were, I guess, post-modern. I think my teenaged daughters wouldn't mind having a couple of those pieces of furniture like that bed or the dressing table.

Then I went to Hosseiniyeh-ye Ershad, whose atmosphere reminded me of my own teen years, when I used to attend some of the late Dr. Ali Sharia'ti's revolutionary lectures on Islam, during the ousted Shah's regime. This time it was a congress to commemorate martyr Morteza Avini, the man who portrayed very nicely and very precisely the bravery of the Iranian combatants during eight years of the imposed war.

Five documentary films, directed and narrated by the late Avini were screened and five lectures, including a couple of government officials were given. At the end a resolution was read to the audience, mostly ladies, in which the foreign ministry was urged to take any necessary measure to insure the freedom of the IRNA photographer, Kazem Akhavan, who has been a prisoner of the Zionists for the past 15 years after being taken captive in South Lebanon during taking press photos.

The last, self-assigned mission of my day, not to mention my lonely couple of hours at the office around midnight preparing the following day's material, was attending the opening ceremony of Masjid ur-Rasoul's Basij Sport-Cultural Center, attended by head of the High Council for the Youth (HCY), Dr. Mirbaqeri and commander of the Basij voluntary forces, General Hejazi.

The Basiji youth of the areas around Resalat Square, headed by a few devoted Basiji engineers have rented a two story building, adjacent to the Masjid ur-Rasoul at 200,000 tooman monthly rent and arranged a neat center, capable of training a couple of thousands of the Muslim youths in various sports and artistic fields each month.

The authorities of the center expected Dr. Mirbaqeri to allocate maximum financial assistance to this sound cultural activity. Head of the public relations office of the HCY, also present at the ceremony, turned out to be an old friend, Ali Rahnama, who promised to keep us informed of the headlines of HCY's activities to eliminate the problems of the Iranian youth.

An Iranian journalist commented on the recent assertions made by IRGC's commander-in-chief, Rahim Safavi, at a gathering of the commanders of this military force. Iraj Jamshidee said that 30m people had voted in the May 1997 presidential elections. Consequently, if some of the adherents of President Mohammad Khatami form a force to safeguard law and order, no movement similar to a coup can succeed.

Radio France quoted Jamshidee as saying that the international, regional and national status quo prevent anything similar to a coup from being a possibility, despite the attempts made by some people to boost the IRGC's power. While hoping that Safavi didn't mean anything in particular by his assertions, Jamshidee added that those who voted in the elections, will surely resist any form of lawlessness within the society. In another part of his speech, in response to a question posed by the radio regarding the elements backing the obvious threats to Khatami's government, Jamshidee said that since President Khatami's victory, the losing faction focused on two of his cabinet members, namely; the minister of culture and Islamic guidance, Ata'ollah Mohajerani, and the minister of interior, Abdullah Nouri. "Unfortunately, they made bad remarks with regard to these ministers such as 'Hypocrites disguised as clergymen' (referring to what Safavi called Abdullah Nouri)," added Jamshidee.

"General Safavi as a human being is free to express his most severe opinions, but as the commander-in-chief of the IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps), as the late Imam Khomeini had always said, military and law enforcement officers shouldn't interfere in political affairs. He isn't also allowed to act politically," Jamshidee noted. If he wants to implement his ideas by force in the society, he is certainly acting against the law, he said.

Iran Zamin 98/04/30 and 98/05/01

antqad vzyr aTlaeat az qvh qxayyh radyv fransh 77/2/8: qrbanely njf~Abady, vzyr aTlaeat ayran tlvyHa az emlkrd qvh qxayyh, elyh Shrdary thran antqad krd v gft: HfX tvlyd mly dr grv amnyt mdyran v cbat qvanyn ast v rvS brKvrd ba tKlfat, bayd bh gvnh~yy baSd kh crvthay mady v ya fkry bh Karj az kSvr frar nknnd. vy axafh nmvd kh HfX AramS ajtmaey, yk xrvrty ast kh bayd hmh bh An tvjh knnd v nbayd az yk msilh,~bHran (mly) saKt v antqadhay sazndh, nbayd bh tKryb byanjamd v bh kl nXam Asyb brsand .

astefay ryShry radyv fransh 77/2/8: dr py Sayeat Gnd rvz aKyr dr mvrd astefay Hjt~alaslam mHmd ry~Shry az smt ryast dadgah vyJh rvHanyt, rvznamh ayran mtelq bh Kbrgzary rsmy ayran, amrvz aelam daSt kh bh gfth mnabe Agah, ayn astefa pZyrfth Sdh ast. Hjt~alaslam mHmd ry~Shry ps az bazgSt az mrasm Hj dr yk sKnrany, az tfrqh~afkny v Hmlat jnaH rast elyh dvlt v jnaH metdl antqad krdh bvd .

HZf nXart Svray nghban radyv fransh 77/2/8: mCTfy taj~zadh, meavn syasy ajtmaey vzart kSvr amrvz aelam daSt kh dvlt ayran drCdd thyh layHh~yy bray tqdym bh mjls dr KCvC HZf nXart astCvaby Svray nghban ast. vy axafh nmvd kh emlkrd Svray nghban, dr Hqyqt yk nve Hq vtv my~baSd v KvSbKtanh bh tazgy sKngvy Svray nghban aelam krdh ast, GnanGh mjls ayn Hq ra az ayn Svra bgyrd, Svray nghban ba An mKalft nKvahd krd. mCTfy taj~zadh dr mvrd grvhhay fSar gft: mtasfanh grvh aqlyty dr jameh ba tvsl bh zvr sey dard bh mrdm bfhmand kh jameh knvny ma, Xrfyt pZyrS fxay baz syasy ra ndard. ayn afrad agrGh dr aqlyt bsr my~brnd, ama yk thdyd balqvh mHsvb my~Svnd . rvz sh~Snbh 8ardybhSt Kbrgzary fransh, bh nql az rvznamh jameh Kbr dad: plys ayran dst bh dstgyry dr myan rvHanyvn, melmyn v mQazh~daran njf~Abad zdh ast bna bh nvSth rvznamh jameh, plys Gnd amam jmeh, Gnd melm v hmGnyn tedad bsyary tajr dr bazar njf~Abad ra dstgyr krd. nyrvhay antXamy Hdvd 40mQazh ra kh dr Hmayt az mntXry aetCab krdh bvdnd, mhrvmvm krdnd . naAramy dr njf~Abad az Kbrhay mhm radyvhay farsy zban bvd. radyv by.by.sy (farsy)~dr ayn rabTh mCaHbh~yy ba Clvaty "astad danSgah v mdyr msivl hfth~namh nvyd aCfhan" trtyb dad.~radyv Amryka ba msevd bhnvd mCaHbh krd v radyv asrayyl nyz gzarShay mSrvHy ra bh ayn aetraxat aKtCaC dad. bh gfth radyv asrayyl 77/2/8,~~ dr byanyh~yy kh amrvz ba amxay mqldyn Ayt~allh~aleXmy mntXry v fdayyan aslam dr njf~Abad antSar yaft, v dr sTH gstrdh dr aCfhan v thran nyz tvzye grdyd, az jmlh Amdh ast: dr py aetCaby kh az sh rvz pyS bh Tvr namHdvd dr njf~Abad AQaz grdydh, Hdvd 20nfr az rvHanyvn v bazaryan v Smary az znan Shr dstgyr Sdh v bh zndan aftadh~and damad Ayt~allh aleXmy mntXry, Haj~Aqa rstmy v frzndS nyz dr Smar dstgyrSdgan my~baSnd Sb gZSth az thran gzarS rsyd kh Hkvmt az bym gstrS yaftn aqdamat aetraxy, HCr byt Ayt~allh mntXry ra mtvqf saKth v pasdarany kh Kanh av ra zyr nXr daSth~and dygr dydh nmy~Svnd, vly ayn Kbr rsma az qm tayyd nSdh ast .

dr mCaHbh ba by.by.sy nyz Clvaty xmn tayyd dstgyryha v bstn mQazh~ha tvsT nyrvhay antXamy, bh pygyry msilh mntXry tvsT Svray ealy amnyt rJym aSarh krd v gft: bna bh gfth bexy az rvHanyvn bzrg qm kh aXhar nXr krdnd v dr bexy nSryat mntSr Sdh, Svray ealy amnyt ClaHyt ndarh kh dr KCvC yk mrje tqlyd aXhar nXr bknh, hr tCmymy kh Svray ealy amnyt bgyrh, dr mvrd SKCythayy mcl Ayt~allh aleXmy mntXry bray mrdm qabl qbvl nyst Clvaty dr adamh tvxyHat Kvd bh bymary mntXry v brdn vy bray mealjh bh thran aSarh krd v gft:~mn Snydm kh aySvn yk rvz bray mealjh KvdSvn bh thran brdh Sdh~and v hngam brgSt, mrdm qm dvr Kvnh aySvn v dr msyrSvn jme Sdnd,~gvsfndhayy qrbany krdnd v tXahraty bh nfe aySvn anjam dadnd v ayn nhayt elaqh mrdm ba aynkh aelam hm nSdh bvd, v ba ksy gfth nSdh bvd kh qrar ast Aqa Gh vqt v Gh mvqe az thran tSryf byarnd, ba ayn Hal mrdm Hmayt KvdSvn rv az aySvn aelam krdnd .

xmymh (3) namh srgSadh mjme mdrsan Hvzh qm bh Kamnh~ay radyv fransh 77/2/8:~~ dr rvzhay aKyr namh srgSadh~yy, KTab bh Ayt~allh ely Kamnh~ay rhbr jmhvry aslamy ayran v ba amxay mjme mdrsan Hvzh elmyh qm, dr thran mntSr Sdh ast. ayn avlyn bary ast kh nhady ba ayn nam, dr ayran bh abraz nXr mbadrt my~knd. bh gfth brKy mnabe kh msail mrbvT bh mHafl dyny v Hvzh~hay elmyh ra az nzdyk dnbal my~knnd, ayn mjme nzdyk bh Tyfy az mdrsyn jvan v metrx dr qm ast kh az Ayt~allh mntXry Hmayt my~knnd. dr ayn namh kh dr 5madh nvSth Sdh ast,~KTab bh rhbr jmhvry aslamy ayran Gnyn my~Kvanym: "bd dfae krdn az yk SKC v fkr, bdtryn nve dfae ast v bh kly CaHb An ra az aetbar saqT my~knd. mtasfanh ayn amvr bh bdtryn Skl mmkn dr mvrd emvm msivlan v bvyJh dr mvrd SKC jnabealy jryan dard v rvzy nyst kh dr rvznamh~ha v mjlat v nmazhay jmeh v mrakz AmvzSy v nXamy v KCvCa Cda v syma, bTvr QlvAmyzy az Hxrtealy mdaHy v Gaplvsy nSvd".

dr jay dygry az ayn namh Amdh ast: "vqty Hxrt ealy bh Trfdary az flan jryan v jnaH brKastyd, ya az aSKaC KaCy kh mnfvr jameh~and, Hmayt by~dryQ krdyd, az avj mHbvbyt mrdmy v mHvryt nXam, bh Hd yk rqyb syasy v Trf deva sqvT Kvahyd krd v balmal hzaran Tlbh v danSjv v nvysndh v bdnbal An tvdh~hay eXym mylyvny ra dr mqabl Kvd qrar Kvahyd dad. Gra ba teqyb v mHakmh slslh jnbanan grvhkhayy kh Ty salhay aKyr v bh nam Hmayt vlayt fqyh v SKC Hxrtealy, jan v mal v namvs mrdm ra mvrd terx qrar dadh~and v my~dhnd, az Kvdtan rfe atham nmy~knyd?".

mjme mdrsan Hvzh elmyh qm dr jay dygry az namh Kvd my~nvysd: "memvla dydh my~Svd kh bh hngam sKnrany, Halt eCbanyt bh Kvd grfth v aHsasaty my~Svyd. Tbyey ast kh vqty aHsasat Hakm Sd, eql knar my~rvd. bh envan mcal dr sKnrany rvz bsyjtan, ba alfaXy mcl sadh~lvH, mClvb v byGarh, az Ayt~allh mntXry yad krdyd v az qvh qxayyh Kvastyd aySan ra bh jrm aKtlal dr vHdt jameh bh mHakmh bkSd. frx knym kh antqadat mlaym v mnTqy Ayt~allh mntXry az emlkrd bexy msivlan, v rd ClaHyt mrjeyt Hxrtealy tvsT aySan yk tvTih Hsab Sdh bvd v rySh dr Karj daSth ast,~ayn atham Gh vqt v dr kdam dadgahy bh acbat rsydh ast kh bh mvjb An, jan v mal v Azady v Abrvy An bzrgvar mbaH Smrdh Sdh v bh taraj rfth ast".

nvysndgan ayn namh dr jay dygry az namh my~nvysnd: "hnvz kh hnvz ast nh ma v nh hyG ks dygr kh ASna bh mbnay fqhy baSd,~ntvansth~aym bfhmym kh jaygah fqhy SrayT Hsas kjast kh dr Tvl ayn 20sal hmvarh bh bhanh An, jlvy Azadyhay Kdayy v qanvny ksany ra kh slyqh~San ba ma mtfavt ast, grfth~aym v ayn Hq mslm Anan ra zyr pa gZaSth~aym". dr Katmh namh mjme mdrsan Hvzh elmyh qm Amdh ast: dr payan maylym bh aTlae brsanym kh mTalb fvq ra ps az astKarh ba qrAn v Crfa bh envan anjam vXyfh~yy kh aHsas my~Svd brehdh darym, bh erx rsandym .

byanyh "fdayyan aslam v anqlab" radyv asrayyl 77/2/9: saeaty pyS dr Shr njf~Abad aCfhan byanyh tazh~yy dr Hmayt az Ayt~allh~aleXmy Hsynely mntXry antSar yaft, kh mtn An Sdydtr az byanyh~hay pySyn my~baSd v dr An hSdar dadh Sdh kh agr emlyat srkvbgranh Hkvmt adamh yabd, avxae bsyar vKymtr Kvahd Sd.~ayn byanyh ba amxay fdayyan aslam v anqlab, mqldyn Ayt~allh~aleXmy mntXry dr njf~Abad antSar yafth v dr An az jmlh Amdh ast: brpayy Hkvmt nXamy dr njf~Abad v frstadn Kyl bySmar nXamyan v advat zrhy v mHaCrh mnTqh v ayjad jv reb v vHSt v dstgyryhay gstrdh v xrb v Stm mrdm v znan v kvdkan, my~rvd ta fajeh~yy ansany bbar Avrd v Kbrhay mvcq, Haky az Hmlh qryb~alvqve nyrvhay mzdvr rJym bh mrdm by~dfae njf~Abad ast~ njf~Abad amrvz Ayynh dygryst az GGn v kvzvv v bvsny, ama njf~Abad mXlvm v by~dfae v by~slaH ast v mrdm by~slaH kh hnvz daQ frzndan v bradran ShydSan ra br synh darnd v taryK Sahdy Cadq br ayn mdeast.~ dr adamh ayn byanyh SdydallHn, Hkvmt Ayt~allh Kamnh~ay dr ayran ba faSysm mqaysh grdydh v az jmlh Amdh ast, tjrbh nSan dadh kh faSysthay aslam~nma br hyG Gyz v hyG ks rHm nKvahnd krd v my~Kvahnd ba kSt v kStar znan v mrdan by~dfae, br nday Hq~Tlbanh mrdm pyrvz grdnd kh hrgz Gnyn mbad.~ dr payan byanyh mqldyn Ayt~allh mntXry Amdh ast, grGh Sayd ayn AKryn pyam ma my~baSd, vly ma ta AKryn nfs dr rah dfae az Hq v Hqyqt aystadh~aym v az hyG fdarkary dryQ ndarym.~ nday AzadybKS Hsyn zman ra lbyk gvyyd, vgrnh az yzydyanyd v dGar Ksran Kvahyd Sd .

xmymh (1) sKnan rHym Cfvy frmandh spah pasdaran v baztabhay An rvz GharSnbh 77/2/9, Kbrgzary fransh bh nql az rvznamh~hay rJym aelam krd: Jnral Cfvy, frmandh spah pasdaran nsbt bh hrgvnh aetrax daKly kh bh aetqad vy amnyt kSvr ra thdyd my~knd, hSdar dad. frmandh pasdaran dr mCaHbh~yy dr rvz dvSnbh dr Shr mqds qm aelam krd: "amrvz rvznamh~hayy mntSr my~Svd kh amnyt mly ma ra thdyd my~knd. ayn rvznamh~ha hman Gyzhayy ra my~nvysnd kh rvznamh~hay Amrykayy my~nvysnd". rvznamh~hay mdrh hmShry v jameh bh nql az sKnan Cfvy nvStnd: "lybralha aknvn ba AtSbary frhngy rKnh my~knnd. Anha kntrl danSgahha ra bh dst grfth~and v jvanan ma Sear elyh astbdad my~dhnd". av afzvd: "ma bayd xdanqlabyvn ra hr ja kh baSnd rySh~kn knym. bayd sr bexyha ra qTe knym v zban bexyhay dygr ra bbrym". av az jmlh bh mhajrany v ebdallh nvry, vzyran frhng v kSvr kh dv Ghrh jlvdar jnaH aClaH~Tlb hstnd, antqad krd. Jnral Cfvy gft: "mn bh mhajrany gftm Syvh karS amnyt mly ra thdyd my~knd v az av prsydm Aya my~danyd kja my~rvyd". Cfvy, vzyr kSvr ra nyz dr mvrd naAramy dr njf~Abad, zadgah Ayt~allh metrx Hsynely mntXry, zyr elamt sval brd. Cfvy hmGnyn az fraKvan Katmy bray bhbvd rabTh ba Qrb v gftgv ba mrdm Amryka antqad krd. Cfvy prsyd: "Aya my~tvan ba syast tnS~zdayy, dr mqabl thdydha v slTh~jvyy Amryka mqavmt knym? Aya my~tvanym ba gftgv myan tmdnha, ba mKaTraty kh Amryka msbb An ast, mqablh knym?" Cfvy gft: "Aya qadr Kvahym bvd, ba amxay meahdat drbarh jlvgyry az tvseh tslyHat Symyayy v atmy, az jmhvry aslamy dr brabr Chyvnysm byn almlly dfae knym?" nsKh KlaCh~tr ayn sKnrany kh dr dygr rvznamh~ha v Kbrgzary ayrna mntSr Sdh ast, Saml ayn antqadhay sKt nmy~baSd . rayv fransh 77/2/9, bKS dygry az sKnan rHym Cfvy ra mneks krd v gft: rHym Cfvy dr dydar ba msivlan nyrvy dryayy spah dr qm gft:~yk pdydh jdyd nfaq dr lbas AKvndy, dr Hal Sklgyry ast. aynha lbas AKvnd darnd ama mnafqnd, dm az qanvn my~znnd, vly qanvn~Skn hstnd .

Kbrgzary rvytr 77/2/9, nyz bh nql az frmandh spah pasdaran gft:~ bexy az rvznamh~ha daray hman mHtvayy hstnd kh rvznamh~hay mnafqyn (grvh apvzysyvn mjahdyn Klq mstqr dr eraq) v Amryka darnd" .

tHlyl v nXr radyv by.by.sy (farsy) 77/2/9: Cadq Cba az thran: ayn yky az Sdydtryn Hmlaty ast kh az zman br sr kar Amdn Aqay Katmy, az svy yk mqam ealyrtbh nXamy elyh syasthay dvlt An Cvrt my~gyrd. Xahra Hmlh bh dvlt Gnan Sdyd bvd kh Kbrgzary rsmy ayran tCmym grft, bray jlvgyry az tSvyS dr byn mrdm, bKShay mhm An ra mntSr nknd srlSkr Cfvy dr mvrd Ayt~allh mntXry takyd krd, av Crfa yk SKC nyst, blkh yk jryan ast frmandh spah pasdaran dr Haly Gnyn ASkara, brnamh~hay dvlt Aqay Katmy ra bh bad antqad my~gyrd kh Tbq qanvn asasy ayran, nyrvhay nXamy, Hq dKalt dr amvr syasy ra ndarnd. az svy dygr ba tvjh bh ayn kh frmandh spah pasdaran mstqyma az svy Ayt~allh Kamnh~ay mnCvb my~Svd, sKnan av Gnyn tebyr Kvahd Sd kh rhbr ayran hm ba av mvafq ast. ya An kh mHtvay sKnrany srlSkr Cfvy tkZyb Svd v ya ayn kh Ayt~allh Kamnh~ay aelam knd kh ayn aXharat mvrd tayyd av nyst.~ dr hr Cvrt bnXr my~rsd kh jnaH mHafXh~kar kh aKyra Sksthay sngyny mtHml Sdh, Hal bh thdyd nXamy rvy Avrdh ta dvlt Aqay Katmy ra tHt fSar qrar bdhd. frmandh spah pasdaran dr tvjyh antqadat Sdyd Kvd az dvlt Aqay Katmy, aHtmala Kvahd gft kh vXyfh~aCly spah,~dfae az rJym aslamy ast v dKalt av dr syast bray An ast kh aqdamat dvlt Aqay Katmy, nXam aslamy ra dr KTr qrar dadh ast .

radyv fransh 77/2/9: ayrj jmSydy rvznamh~ngar mqym thran: SrayT daKly, SrayT mnTqh~yy v hmynTvr SrayT jhany, bh ayn gvnh Sbh kvdtaha ya ayn gvnh afkar kh dst bh aemal bznnd, ajazh nmy~dhd. ma my~dvnym kh 30mylyvn nfr dr ray~gyry antKabat ryast jmhvry Srkt krdnd v Hty bh aSarh hmyn dvlt, Haxrnd az ayn 30mylyvn nfr (grvhhayy) tSkyl bSvnd bray dfae az qanvn, hyG yk az ayn Hrkat Sbh kvdta nmy~tvnh mvfq bSh.~mslma dr mqabl hr nve Hrkat qanvn~Sknanh, ayn jvanan v ayn mrdmy kh pay Cndvq ray Amdnd, mqavmt my~knnd. mn amydvarm kh mnXvr Aqay Cfvy az ayn aXharat ayn nyt nbvdh baSh .

nXrat rvznamh slam radyv by.by.sy (farsy) 77/2/9: slam rvznamh CbH sKnan [rHym Cfvy] ra ba tvjh bh SrayT fely ayran mhm dydh v prsydh, Gra ayn Kbr tvsT Kbrgzary jmhvry aslamy mKabrh nSdh, ta mrdm v jrayd dr jryan An qrar gyrnd? rvznamh slam sps Gnd sval mTrH krdh, nKst ayn kh Aya ba daStn Gnyn dydgahhayy, spah my~tvand bh mamvrythayy kh qanvn bh ehdh~aS gZaSth vfadar mandh, v az vrvd bh erCh~hay syasy ajtnab vrzd. rvznamh slam sval bedy Kvd ra bh ayn Skl mTrH krdh, Aya ayn sKnan mvrd tayyd mqam rhbry bh envan frmandh kl qvast. bh nXr ayn rvznamh hvaKvah dvlt sKnan frmandh spah, yk mvxegyry rsmy dr qbal tHvlat jameh v jryanhay syasy ast. sKnrany srlSkr Cfvy frmandh spah pasdaran kh ps az rvy kar Amdn dvlt Aqay Katmy bh ayn smt mnCvb Sd, Gnankh az stvn aKbar kvtah rvznamh~hay hmShry v jameh brmy~Ayd, tndtryn vaknS dr mqabl dvlt Aqay Katmy v hvaKvahan jameh ast kh dr mahhay gZSth tvsT mqamy nXamy ayrad my~Svd, kh zyr nXr mqam rhbry ast. srlSkr Cfvy sal pyS janSyn mHsn rxayy Sd, kh 16sal frmandhy spah ra behdh daSt v bh dbyry mjme tSKyC mClHt brgzydh Sd v az An zman dr aXhar nXrhay mKtlf nSan dadh kh hvadar dvlt v metqd bh fealythay frhngy Aram v jZb jvanan ast, kh bzrgtryn grvh Hamy dvlt Aqay Katmy hstnd.


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