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There are 14 messages totalling 1301 lines in this issue.

Topics in this special issue:

1. People uprising I
2. Nashat and a bottle
3. People uprising II
4. Iran Protesters Defy Government Ban
5. B. Ecevit and people's uprising
6. [Fwd: TOEFL ban [Fwd: ETS NPO Status Questioned]]
7. Iran/Flash: Regime Crackdown on the opponents and the student leaders...
8. Asghar Abdi: Death of the IRI starts on 14th July 1999
9. BBC Interviews Student Activist
10. Khatami Threatens to Crush Protests
11. Iran/Governmental Warning: We will re-store peace at any cost in Iran from
Wednesday.
12. Fwd: Kanoon-e Iran Gathering to Protest Killing of Iriaian Pro
Demtudentscracy
13. Iran/IRNA: SNSC Warning: law and order forces will arrest opportunists
14. Iran/BBC: Khatami threatens to crush protests

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 08:54:37 +0100
From: "a.abdi" <a.abdi@BTINTERNET.COM>
Subject: People uprising I

Since morning, all streets of Tehran have been in the control of the
Khamneyi's armed forces. Students have officially ended their
demonstrations. However, more than 100,000 people have poured to streets
of Tehran and shouting death to dictatorship. marg bar estebdad. Ansar
is committing crime and the leader is supporting them. ansar jenayat
mikonad, rahbar hemayat mikonad. Tear gas and baton are used to disperse
people. It has not been successful until now (12 a.m. Tehran time).

Regards,

Asghar

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 11:17:38 +0100
From: "a.abdi" <a.abdi@BTINTERNET.COM>
Subject: Nashat and a bottle

Resalat 990713

An employee of Neshat was arrested while he was drunk.

In the past:

Our opponents should get arrested while having an illegitimate affair
with a lady; Faraj Sarkuhi.

Our opponents should get arrested while having an affair with a man;
such as Saidi Sirjani.

Our opponents should get arrested while defending their house with a gun
(M1), Dr Ali Moqaddam.

Our opponents should get arrested while spying for the USSR, Mahammad
Reza Saadati.

Our opponents should get arrested while watching pornographic movie and
using opium; Mozaffar Baqayi.

Our opponents could get killed by injection, Mohandes Hussein
Barazandeh.

Our opponents may get killed after visiting Kurds and discussing
Ocalan's case with them, Fruhars.

Our opponents should get arrested for spying for the USA, Amir Entezam.

Conclusion 1: All of our opponents are foreign agents and are always
drunk and always use narcotics and have heterosexual or homosexual
relationship outside marriage, therefore, and they are against violence
and are in favour of peaceful reforms.

Conclusion 2: We are the only ones who are favoured by God and Imam
Zaman, therefore, our opponents are westernised which means having orgy
in the University campus (Ayatullah Mesbah Yazdi) under the influence of
drugs and drinks.

Conclusion 3: If our opponents are arrested, they should have had
committed one the above sins and if two members of Ansar-e-Hezbullah
make statement as witnesses, then they can be flogged in public.

Conclusion 4: After the recent speech by our dear leader in support of
students and in order to destroy the enemies of Islam and Imam Zaman, we
have opium, wine, adult magazines and pornographic films available in
the headquarters of Ansar-e Hezbullah. We have discovered them from
"Team Cells" of Seyed Mehdi Hashemi (Hojattol-Islam Mohammadi
Reyshahri's book about Ayatullah Montazeri).

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 11:35:49 +0100
From: "a.abdi" <a.abdi@BTINTERNET.COM>
Subject: People uprising II

thr 026
student-dormitory
resident students of dormitory condemn creation of tension
tehran, july 13, irna -- students residing at tehran university
dormitory (kouy-e daneshgah) here tuesday expressed their condemnation
of creation of tension and recommended other students to avoid
violence through slogans displayed on banners and placards.
''thoughts plus faith'', ''wisdom will prove effective in
whirlwind of events'' and ''let's disappoint enemies of university by
maintaining tranquility and revolutionary order'' were some of the
banner slogans.
reports before noon said that the dormitory area was calm and
the students were chatting with each other, arguing that any
illegal act would be against president khatami's plan for political
development.
ns/ks
end
::irna 13/07/99 13:52


thr 028
students-riot
rioters clash with police in tehran
tehran, july 13, irna -- although a number of separate statements
were issued by the tehran university students on monday that they have
ended their five-day sit-in at the university campus, a group of
rioters staged an illegal demonstration in front of the university
tuesday morning.
following the announcement of the end of the sit-in, the same
group of rioters tried to create further tension in several points
in the capital city monday night.
the group, after receiving repeated warnings from the police,
started provocations by throwing stones and clubs at the law
enforcement forces.
the rioters who are believed to be backed by terrorist groups,
tried to create clashes with police.
the lef forces, using loudspeakers from air and ground, told the
demonstrators that their assembly was illegal.
the police forces, equipped with shields and batons, used tear gas
to disperse the rioters.
the distance between enqelab square and vali-e asr avenue (one km)
where the tehran university s located, has been blocked to traffic and
passersby.
a police helicopter was hovering overhead broadcasting government
announcements on loudspeakers that any assembly and demonstration was
unauthorized.
a number of rioters also tried to break into the tehran university
campus by jumping over the walls.
police forces have arrested an unidentified number of the rioters.
ks/ks
end
::irna 13/07/99 14:34


thr 029
farhadi-resignation-rejection
farhadi rejects resignation of medical university chancellor
tehran, july 13, irna -- minister of health, mohammad farhadi,
rejected the resignation of the tehran medical university's
chancellor and presiding board.
in a letter tuesday, the minister expressed gratitude to the
chancellor as well as members of the presiding board of tehran
medical university for their attempts to establish order and defend
the dignity of universities and the students.
vd/ks
end
::irna 13/07/99 14:37

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 11:03:45 -0306
From: Mehran Sam <msam@HMS.HARVARD.EDU>
Subject: Iran Protesters Defy Government Ban

By Associated Press... from AOL (America Online)

Iran Protesters Defy Government Ban
Police Fire Tear Gas at 10,000 Protesters

By AFSHIN VALINEJAD
.c The Associated Press

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (July 13) - In a flashback to the revolution
that installed Iran's Islamic government 20 years ago, baton-wielding police
fired tear gas to disperse 10,000 protesters on the streets of Tehran today,
the sixth day of protests against hard-liners who have thwarted reform
efforts.

Demonstrators quickly regrouped in nearby streets where they burned buses
and hurled abuse at hard-line clerics.

The unrest that started Thursday has left two people dead and scores
injured. It is the first time students and ordinary Iranians have taken to
streets in such big numbers to confront the powerful hard-liners opposing
the political and social reforms of moderate President Mohammad Khatami, a
hero of the protesters.

The protests have spread to at least 10 other towns during the past days,
highlighting the widespread frustration with the clerics. Iran has not
witnessed such serious public protests - up to 25,000 took part in one rally
in Tehran - since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Today's violence began after police in helicopters, speaking through
loudspeakers, asked demonstrators to vacate the area, warning them of
arrest, witnesses contacted by telephone from Dubai said.

When the students did not leave, police in riot gear fired tear gas, moved
into the crowd and pulled away men and women by the hair while beating
others with batons. Scores were hauled away in police trucks, the witnesses
said, requesting anonymity.

The area was cleared within minutes, but a few hundred people fled south of
the sprawling campus and set several empty buses in the commercial district
ablaze, the witnesses said.

Another group of about 1,000 gathered on a nearby street north of the
university. Some lit small fires in the road.

Students shouted ''unity, unity,'' and slogans against Ansar, a vigilante
group whose thugs are controlled by the hard-liners.

Shops and banks closed and pedestrians fled, the witnesses said.

Three Iranian journalists - two cameramen working for a German TV network
and a reporter with another foreign news agency - were beaten by
demonstrators.

The TV journalists said the protesters smashed their car and attacked them,
presuming they worked for Iranian television, which is controlled by the
hard-liners and has been criticized for its biased coverage of the protests.

The reporters, who didn't wish to be identified further, said the protesters
hurled abuse and chanted slogans against hard-liners.

Official Tehran radio called the protesters ''rioters'' who had gone on the
rampage and smashed shop windows. It said ''security forces dealt with them
firmly.''

''One moment everything was fine, and the next moment everything went
crazy,'' said one witness who was in the middle of the crowd.

Life in other parts of the sprawling city of 10 million was normal,
residents said.

On Monday police also attacked at least two groups of demonstrators with
tear gas and batons and fired gunshots in the air. Scores were arrested.

Late Monday, the Tehran governor's office said that ''no form of gathering''
would be allowed today.

Khatami and moderate newspapers also have urged people to break up the
protests, fearing the demonstrations would spin out of control and lead to a
brutal police crackdown that would further set back Khatami's reforms.

Since Khatami's May 1997 election, ordinary citizens had hoped the strict
social and political restrictions they have lived under since the revolution
would be loosened.

But they have been frustrated by the hard-liners' unyielding hold on power
because of the support of the supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and
their total control of the armed forces, the police, the judiciary, the
Intelligence Ministry and the media.

The demonstrations were triggered by the unauthorized police raid on a
Tehran University hostel early Friday after the students rallied Thursday
against the banning of a liberal newspaper. The attack apparently was
carried out with the backing of hard-line clerics.

One person was killed and 20 injured in the assault. On Sunday, a theology
student was shot dead in the northwestern city of Tabriz, where students
smashed shop windows and set a vehicle on fire. A large but peaceful funeral
was held for him today, IRNA reported.

Iran fired two security chiefs and reprimanded a third after the raid, but
the steps have failed to appease the protesters.

AP-NY-07-13-99 0721EDT

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 17:33:24 +0100
From: "a.abdi" <a.abdi@BTINTERNET.COM>
Subject: B. Ecevit and people's uprising

TRT International, 16:00 GMT

Q: What is your opinion about the students' demonstration in Tehran.

Ecevit: Iranians are civilised people (in Turkish, culturly) and they
know well what is good for them and we do not interfer in the affairs of
other countries.

Paraphrased by Asghar Abdi

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 10:54:38 -0700
From: Kamyar Kalantar-zadeh <kalantar@POL.NET>
Subject: [Fwd: TOEFL ban [Fwd: ETS NPO Status Questioned]]

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Despite all attention devoted to the student fight in Iran, please do
not forget that even if some of our Iranian students in our homeland
survive this events, they still need to take TOEFL and GRE in order to
be able study in the US. So, please help them, read the following and
write your simialr comments/protests to ETS about TOEFL/GRE ban for
Iranian applicants. Write to:
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Dear Judith Kerr,

Thank you for your letter (which was copied to the IIC discussion list). I
am a participant in IIC and have an interest in this subject.
I would like to make a few comments and ask further questions.

I agree that the Presidential Order appears to bar ETS testing IN Iran but
it does not expressly prohibit such testing of Iranian students OUTSIDE
Iran. The main portion of the law (31 CFR 560) which appears relevant to
your service is subpart 204:

Sec. 560.204 Prohibited exportation of goods,
technology, and services to Iran.

Except as otherwise authorized, and notwithstanding
any contract entered into or any license or permit
granted prior to May 7, 1995, the exportation from the
United States to Iran or the Government of Iran, or the
financing of such exportation, of any goods, technology,
or services is prohibited.

There is no prohibition in this subpart on the provision of services to
Iranian persons outside of Iran. Furthermore, letters and correspondence are
not prohibited under the Presidential Order (codified in 31 CFR 560).
Therefore, it appears that ETS is not in violation of any laws by merely
reporting scores to Iranian addresses.
The testing service, which would probably qualify under the exclusions of
subpart 204 IF performed IN Iran, appears not to be banned if performed at a
location outside Iran.

Is there any reason why ETS cannot test Iranian students outside Iran and
then report the scores back to their Iranian addresses? Please indicate, in
your view, which parts of the laws specifically apply in this case.

Thank you very much for your concern and attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

Bradley J. Hernlem, Ph.D.

>From: judith kerr <jkerr@ets.org>
>Reply-To: jkerr@ets.org
>To: ate@world.std.com, Jkerr@ets.org
>CC: board@iic.org, disc@iic.org, russell martin <rmartin@ets.org>
>Subject: re: ETS NPO Status Questioned
>Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 11:13:11 -0400 (EDT)
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>Mr. Javad Fakharzadeh,
>
>Below is a response from our General Counsel's office to your July 10, 1999
>e-mail inquiry concerning our organization's status and transactions with
>Iran.
>___________________________________________________________________
>
>"Dear Mr. Fakharzadeh:
>
>Thank you for your e-mail of July 10.
>
>While the presidential order is in effect, we are precluded from testing
>students in Iran or reporting scores to Iran addresses. While we are a
>non-stock, non-profit corporation chartered under the Education Law of New
>York, as you correctly surmise, we are still prohibited from doing these
>transactions with Iran. Wilmer Cutler & Pickering, our Washington counsel,
>has confirmed that barring an exception from the Treasury Department, this
>position is legally correct.
>
>Sincerely,
>
>Russell W. Martin
>Associate General Counsel
>Educational Testing Service"
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>I trust this answers your questions.
>
>Judith A. Kerr


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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 14:06:16 -0500
From: aryopirouznia <aryopirouznia@EMAIL.MSN.COM>
Subject: Iran/Flash: Regime Crackdown on the opponents and the student
leaders...

Dear Friends,

We're witnessing the reality of the Government of Law, that so many of us
believed in it; As well as we're witnessing the definition of their Civil
Society and their so-called islamic democracy.

How low we became, when we started to believe in the words of those who were
sharing responsabilities in the 20 years genocide of the Human Mind in Our
Motherland. For sure
the today's islamic president having acted for 10 years as the ministery of
guidance (Ideological and
Propaganda arms of the regime) has a big share of responsability in it, just
as like as the recognised responsability of Dr. Joseph Gobbels of the Third
Reich.

Our Silences and Compliances can all be qualified as Non Assisstance to
Persons in Danger if
not qualified by Complicity in repressing the People of our Own Blood.

Just close your eyes and think about 2 years; That we wasted by becoming
more cleric than the clerics forgetting their majority's nature....
Just close your eyes and meditate that we had the ability to avoid so many
innocents lives who were believing in US and Our Mature(?) Iranian(?)
Solidaire(?) to be taken away...
Just close your eyes and think about all those moisting the islamic republic
jails and not seeing any other savers than us (In their empty hopes)....

Just close your eyes and think how we can wash this collective shame from
our minds and faces...?

Anyhow, Confirmed news are stating the arrest of hundreds of activists,
political opponents and students at their HOMES from 07:00 PM (Local Time)
and it still goes on.

I'm copying you some of the confirmed names below...

-Maryam Chancy (Maloos Radnia)
-Monir Radnia (Mother of Maloos/Maryam)
-Mehran Abdolbaghi
-Khosrow Seif
-Ahmad Namazi
-Ahamd Tahmassebi
-Minoo Khadivar
-Afshin Bagheri

May God has mercy for all those falling in the hands of their butchers.

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 20:49:16 +0100
From: "a.abdi" <a.abdi@BTINTERNET.COM>
Subject: Asghar Abdi: Death of the IRI starts on 14th July 1999

Daryadar Shamkhani, the Defence Ministry of the IRI stated today that:

We will re-store peace at any cost in Iran from Wednesday.
All of the authorities agree that nobody should cross three red lines.
Islamic Rule, Velayat-e-Faqih and Ayatullah Khamneyi as the symbol of
the two above pillars.

Dr. Asghar Abdi

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 13:02:42 -0700
From: Arash Alavi <aalavi@US.ORACLE.COM>
Subject: BBC Interviews Student Activist

BBC
Tuesday, July 13, 1999 Published at 12:54 GMT 13:54 UK
World: Middle East


Eyewitness: Taking to the streets of Tehran


An Iranian student involved in protests against the
government tells the BBC World Service why students took to
the streets of Tehran.

"Generally we believe that the Iranian youth deserve a much
better life. We believe that we chose Mr Khatami two years
ago for him to be able to perform policies that would
further free our country from hardship.


Has Mr Khatami done nothing?

Two years he has had and two more years he has got. I think
we should give him those two more years, and I think we
will, but he has to be a lot more firm in carrying out his
projects.


So what is going on?

I think the whole thing is to do with controlling the power
of a country that has got a lot of potential to become a
well developed country. For Iran to become developed we
need to have a government that is capable of attracting
investment into the country, and to do that we have to
change the entire policy with which we changed the previous
system.


Do you want to dismantle the republic?

Not at all. We believe that Mr Khatami can be a
transitional government. We don't want a different system.
We have tried that once and it didn't work. Changing the
name of the government doesn't work. It is not enough. The
idea is, whether the Islamic Republic or just the Republic,
whether it be the mullahs or other people - the important
thing is for them to choose the right tasks for a better
future for this country.


Who is behind the demonstrations?

The students of this country are pretty well organised.
This country has been through a lot of crisis and when
everybody is speaking about the same matter then that
creates an organisation in itself. Whether there is a
definite person organising it - I'm sure there is.

But the question shouldn't be who is behind it. The
question is that the entire student population is behind
it.


How did you become involved?

It was because of a new law passed against the media that
allows the hardliners to close a newspaper if they don't
like what it says.

It was broadcast live on the radio when the parliament
passed that law and it wasn't a very happy day for anyone.

Personally I was very upset but I could not have predicted
that something like this was going to happen.

The students came out saying this was a wrong decision to
make - the next day they were beaten up and that created
the violence.


Will you be on the streets?

It's all about reaction.

If we are beaten up in our response to our demand for
freedom then that creates violence.

I won't be going home and I won't be saying that's enough.
It will be enough when everything is as we wish it to be."

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 13:05:35 -0700
From: Arash Alavi <aalavi@US.ORACLE.COM>
Subject: Khatami Threatens to Crush Protests

BBC
Tuesday, July 13, 1999 Published at 19:11 GMT 20:11 UK
World: Middle East


Khatami threatens to crush protests

Tuesday's riots caused extensive damage in Tehran


After a sixth day of unrest in Tehran, Iran's reformist
President Mohammad Khatami has threatened tough action to
end the escalating student demonstrations.

Several thousand students openly defied a government ban on
all rallies and official gatherings and took to the streets
in the most serious unrest since the 1979 Islamic
revolution.

In a message read on state television, the president, who
has the support of many of the protesters, described their
continued demonstrations as "deviations which will be
repressed with force and determination."

Mr Khatami accused student leaders of "attacking the
foundations of the regime and of wanting to foment tensions
and disorder".

Some of the slogans chanted by the demonstrators "very
clearly target the fundamental principles of the government
and political progress," the president said.

"The slogans of these groups are demagogic, provocative and
aimed at creating social divisions and attacking national
security," he added.


Shots fired

During Tuesday's clashes, plain-clothed security forces
fired shots into the air at one point to disperse students
in central Tehran, according to reports.

There have been running street battles in several parts of
the city.

Protests resumed for the sixth day when a crowd of students
gathered outside Tehran University.

Police fired tear gas and many of the students were
arrested and taken away in police trucks after the crowd
ignored an order from police circling in helicopters using
megaphones to disperse.

"We don't want a government of force, we don't want a
mercenary police," students chanted.

BBC Middle East Correspondent Jim Muir says a spiral of
repression and grievances seems to have been set in motion,
with unpredictable results.

Iranian State TV interrupted its normal programming to
appeal for calm and warn of a plot to destabilise the
country.

Thousands attended the funeral of a cleric in the
north-west town of Tabriz, one of two deaths during the
unrest which have so far been officially acknowledged.

Iranian radio said that a member of the opposition
Mojahedin-e Khalq Organisation had been arrested over the
shooting on Sunday.

Earlier Iran's conservatives moved to reassert their
authority.

State radio and television, controlled by the conservative
faction, repeatedly broadcast a speech by the country's
spiritual leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who blamed the
unrest on outside "enemies", mainly the United States.

On Monday, the governor of Tehran province banned all
demonstrations in an attempt to halt the increasingly
turbulent protests.

A statement said any demonstration on Tuesday would be
illegal.

A conservative group also called for a
counter-demonstration outside Tehran University on
Wednesday.

The week of unrest was sparked by the closure of the
liberal Salam newspaper last week.

Iran's press has enjoyed relative freedom since President
Mohammad Khatami's election in 1997, but has come under
mounting pressure from hardliners in recent months.


Spreading protest

Protests have also erupted in several other cities in Iran:
the national news agency reported student demonstrations in
Yazd in central Iran and in the western cities of
Khorramabad and Hamadan, and in the north in Shahrud.

They are calling for the dismissal of Iran's hardline
police chief, General Hedeyat Lotfian, and for control of
law-enforcement agencies to be transferred from the Islamic
authorities to President Khatami.

The government dismissed two security chiefs and
reprimanded a third. But there has been no word of any move
against General Lotfian.

The United States has called on the Iranian Government to
protect the student demonstrators against what it described
as repression.

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 15:25:06 -0500
From: aryopirouznia <aryopirouznia@EMAIL.MSN.COM>
Subject: Iran/Governmental Warning: We will re-store peace at any cost in Iran
from Wednesday.

Admiral Shamkhani, the Defence Ministry of the IRI stated today that:

We will re-store peace at any cost in Iran from Wednesday.
All of the authorities agree that nobody should cross three red lines.
Islamic Rule, Velayat-e-Faqih and Ayatullah Khamneyi as the symbol of
the two above pillars.

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 17:11:25 EDT
From: KPGBT@AOL.COM
Subject: Fwd: Kanoon-e Iran Gathering to Protest Killing of Iriaian Pro
Demtudentscracy

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Hi all,

Please circulate this as widely as possible.

regards

Kourosh

n a message dated 07/13/99 4:49:38 PM Eastern Daylight Time, MGam97 writes:

<< Dear Hamvatan:

Please join us on Friday July 16, 1999 , 6:30 p.m. at Hamilton Hall , Room
602, Columbia University, 116 th. Street & B'Way , Manhattan , NY. :

To protest the barbaric killings of pro-democracy students in Tehran, Tabriz
and other cities of Iran by despotic regime of Islamic Repulic.

We will decide the further actions in our gathering.

Masoolin-e Kanoon-e Iran >>


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Dear Hamvatan:

Please join us on Friday July 16, 1999 , 6:30 p.m. at Hamilton Hall , Room
602, Columbia University, 116 th. Street & B'Way , Manhattan , NY. :

To protest the barbaric killings of pro-democracy students in Tehran, Tabriz
and other cities of Iran by despotic regime of Islamic Repulic.

We will decide the further actions in our gathering.

Masoolin-e Kanoon-e Iran

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 17:22:49 -0500
From: aryopirouznia <aryopirouznia@EMAIL.MSN.COM>
Subject: Iran/IRNA: SNSC Warning: law and order forces will arrest opportunists

thr 058
students-unrest

law and order forces will arrest opportunists - snsc

Tehran, july 13, irna -- the secretariat of the supreme national
security council (snsc) said in its fourth communique here tuesday
that every citizen, including students, academics, the ulema, and the
basijis would have to observe law and order in a solidarity rally
scheduled in tehran wednesday.
it said the secretariat of the supreme national security council
was conducting a query into the thursday night incident at the
dormitory of tehran university. it added that the national law and
order forces would be able to "uncover the behind-curtain plots in the
incident and its subsequent violent street behavior."
the secretariat said it would not tolerate the violent acts of
opportunists and counter-revolution elements who were out to exploit
the situation and create instability in the country or engage in such
other acts as damaging public property or the property of the people.
it said it would inform the people of the status of law and order
in tehran later on.
hr/hm
end
::irna 13/07/99 22:04

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Date: Tue, 13 Jul 1999 18:01:39 -0500
From: aryopirouznia <aryopirouznia@EMAIL.MSN.COM>
Subject: Iran/BBC: Khatami threatens to crush protests

Tuesday, July 13, 1999 Published at 21:10 GMT 22:10 UK
World: Middle East

Khatami threatens to crush protests

Tuesday's riots caused extensive damage in Tehran

After a sixth day of unrest in Tehran, Iran's reformist President Mohammad
Khatami has threatened tough action to end the escalating student
demonstrations.

Several thousand students openly defied a government ban on all rallies and
official gatherings and took to the streets in the most serious unrest since
the 1979 Islamic revolution.

In a message read on state television, the president, who has the support of
many of the protesters, described their continued demonstrations as
"deviations which will be repressed with force and determination."

Mr Khatami accused student leaders of "attacking the foundations of the
regime and of wanting to foment tensions and disorder".
Some of the slogans chanted by the demonstrators "very clearly target the
fundamental principles of the government and political progress," the
president said.

"The slogans of these groups are demagogic, provocative and aimed at
creating social divisions and attacking national security," he added.

President Khatami (in Farsi): "What happened in the students' quarters was a
bitter event"
There have been running street battles in several parts of the city.

Protests resumed for the sixth day when a crowd of students gathered outside
Tehran University.
Police fired tear gas and many of the students were arrested and taken away
in police trucks after the crowd ignored an order from police circling in
helicopters using megaphones to disperse.
"We don't want a government of force, we don't want a mercenary police,"
students chanted.

BBC Middle East Correspondent Jim Muir says a spiral of repression and
grievances seems to have been set in motion, with unpredictable results.

Iranian State TV interrupted its normal programming to appeal for calm and
warn of a plot to destabilise the country.

Thousands attended the funeral of a cleric in the north-west town of Tabriz,
one of two deaths during the unrest which have so far been officially
acknowledged.

Iranian radio said that a member of the opposition Mojahedin-e Khalq
Organisation had been arrested over the shooting on Sunday.

Middle East Correspondent Jim Muir: The students are openly defying the
authorities
Earlier Iran's conservatives moved to reassert their authority.

State radio and television, controlled by the conservative faction,
repeatedly broadcast a speech by the country's spiritual leader, Ayatollah
Ali Khamenei, who blamed the unrest on outside "enemies", mainly the United
States.

On Monday, the governor of Tehran province banned all demonstrations in an
attempt to halt the increasingly turbulent protests.

A statement said any demonstration on Tuesday would be illegal.

A conservative group also called for a counter-demonstration outside Tehran
University on Wednesday.

The week of unrest was sparked by the closure of the liberal Salam newspaper
last week.

Iran's press has enjoyed relative freedom since President Mohammad Khatami's
election in 1997, but has come under mounting pressure from hardliners in
recent months.

Spreading protest
Protests have also erupted in several other cities in Iran: the national
news agency reported student demonstrations in Yazd in central Iran and in
the western cities of Khorramabad and Hamadan, and in the north in Shahrud.

A demonstrator tells the BBC why the protests are taking place now
They are calling for the dismissal of Iran's hardline police chief, General
Hedeyat Lotfian, and for control of law-enforcement agencies to be
transferred from the Islamic authorities to President Khatami.

The government dismissed two security chiefs and reprimanded a third. But
there has been no word of any move against General Lotfian.

The United States has called on the Iranian Government to protect the
student demonstrators against what it described as repression.




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