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«حجت الاسلام والمسلمین محمدحسن اختری» که دیروز در رأس هیأتی از علما و به نمایندگی از رئیس جمهور منتخب با مراجع عظام تقلید قم دیدار کرده بود، به ترتیب "اقتصاد"، "فرهنگ"، "اخلاق" و "بهبود روابط خارجی کشور" را دغدغه ها و اولویت های مراجع برای دولت آینده برشمرد. 

 اولویت مراجع عظام برای دولت دکتر روحانی/ دلیل انتخاب به عنوان رئیس هیأت علمایی/ نقش او در کابینه آینده

به گزارش خبرگزاری اهل‏بیت(ع) ـ ابنا ـ «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین محمدحسن اختری» که دیروز شنبه در رأس هیأتی از علما و به نمایندگی از رئیس جمهور منتخب به قم سفر کرده و با 4 تن از مراجع عظام دیدار کرده بود، مطالبات مراجع از دولت آینده را تشریح کرد.

اهمیت نظر مراجع برای رییس جمهور منتخب

وی در ابتدا، تأکید «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین دکتر حسن روحانی» بر اهمیت اطلاع از نظرات مراجع تقلید درباره دولت آینده را انگیزه اصلی این سفر اعلام کرد و گفت: "رییس جمهور منتخب تصمیم دارند در آغاز فعالیت خود که مشغول دید و بازدیدهای کاری، مطالعات، رایزنی ها و برنامه ریزی ها برای تشکیل دولت آینده هستند از نظرات مراجع معظم تقلید نیز در این زمینه مطلع شوند".

اختری اضافه کرد: "ایشان چون در این روزها مشغولیت های زیادی دارند و ناچارند با شخصیت های داخلی و خارجی و نیز کارشناسان دیدارهای فشرده ای برگزار کنند امکان تشرف شدن به قم را نداشتند؛ اما چون نمی خواستند در ابلاغ سلام و نیز اطلاع از نظرات مراجع، تأخیری ایجاد شود تصمیم گرفتند هرچه زودتر هیأتی را برای این کار اعزام کنند".

دبیرکل مجمع جهانی اهل بیت(ع) با ذکر اینکه حامل سلام و قدردانی رییس جمهور منتخب برای مراجع بوده است افزود: "دکتر روحانی از مراجع تقلید که همت کردند و با تشویق و سفارش مردم به شرکت در انتخابات، موجبات خلق حماسه سیاسی مورد نظر مقام معظم رهبری را فراهم آوردند سپاسگزاری کردند".

مهمترین مطالبات مراجع: اقتصاد، فرهنگ، سیاست خارجی

اختری که با خبرنگار ابنا گفتگو می کرد در پاسخ به این سؤال که مهمترین مطالبات مراجع از دولت آینده چه بود گفت: "مراجع عظام ضمن اینکه استقبال بسیار خوب و گرمی از هیأت داشتند به آقای روحانی سلام رساندند و تاکید داشتند وعده هایی که ایشان در دوران تبلیغات به مردم دادند را باید به طور کامل براورده نمایند".

وی «اقتصاد» و «فرهنگ» را مهمترین دغدغه مراجع در دیدار دیروز خواند و تصریح کرد: "آقایان مراجع تأکید کردند که اولویت امروز جامعه، مسائل معیشتی و اقتصادی مردم است؛ بنابراین این مسائل مهم که موجب نگرانی شده است ـ مانند اشتغال و تورم ـ باید مورد توجه رئیس جمهور آینده باشد".

اختری اضافه کرد: "مراجع معظم تقلید همچنین در رابطه با مسائل فرهنگی و اخلاقی تذکر دادند و تأکید داشتند که این مسائل نیز باید در کنار مسائل اقتصادی مورد توجه قرار بگیرد".

سفیر اسبق ایران در سوریه، بهبود روابط کشور با دنیا را دیگر مطالبه مراجع از دکتر روحانی دانست و گفت: "حضرات آقایان در رابطه با ارتباطات خارجی نیز توجه دادند و از رئیس جمهور منتخب خواستند که زمینه بهبود روابط ایران با دنیا را فراهم آورد".

وی اضافه کرد: "الیته آقایان فرمودند مطالبات عمده تری هم دارند که در جلسه حضوری با آقای روحانی بیان خواهند کرد و در نامه هایی نیز که به طور مفصل ارسال خوهند داشت آنها را ذکر می کنند".

چرا با همه مراجع دیدار انجام نشد؟

اختری در پاسخ به این سؤال ابنا که چرا دیدارهای دیروز فقط با 4 تن از مراجع انجام شد پاسخ داد: "با توجه به شرایط این ایام، مراجع دیگر در قم حضور نداشتند؛ لذا با چهار نفر از بزرگان ملاقات شد و با آقایان دیگر وقتی که تشریف بیاورند دیدار صورت خواهد گرفت".

دلیل انتخاب اختری به عنوان رئیس هیأت علمایی

وی درباره اینکه چرا با توجه به عدم حمایت ایشان از آقای روحانی در ایام انتخابات، وی به عنوان مسؤول هیأت علمایی این سفر را انجام داد هم گفت: "اینجانب به دلیل اینکه در مجمع جهانی اهل بیت(ع) مسؤولیت دارم به طور آشکار از هیچیک از آقایان نامزدها حمایت نکردم؛ بلکه در سخنرانی ها به شکل کلی به شرایط کاندیدای اصلح اشاره نمودم و مردم را برای مشارکت حداکثری تشویق کردم. اما علت اینکه آقای روحانی از من خواستند که مسؤولیت این هیأت را بر عهده بگیرم به آشنایی دیرینه و قدیمی من و ایشان برمی گردد".

اختری اضافه کرد: "ما بیش از 50 سال است که با یکدیگر رفاقت داریم. هر دو اهل «سرخه» در استان سمنان هستیم و ارتباط فامیلی هم داریم. ضمن اینکه تحصیلات در حوزه علمیه قم را با یکدیگر آغاز کردیم و در طول این پنج دهه همواره در ارتباط بوده ایم".

شایستگی دکتر روحانی برای ریاست جمهوری

معاون سابق بین الملل دفتر مقام معظم رهبری، با ذکر اینکه رییس جمهور منتخب شایستگی های فراوانی دارد گفت: "مدیریت قوی، فکر روشن، اندیشه های خردمندانه، مبارزات در راه انقلاب، فعالیت های گسترده بعد از انقلاب، ویژگی های علمی و حقوقی، عشق و علاقه نسبت به امام راحل(ره) و ارادت نسبت به مقام معظم رهبری از خصوصیات بارز آقای دکتر روحانی است".

گمانه زنی های کابینه آینده

دبیرکل مجمع جهانی اهل بیت(ع) در رابطه با گمانه زنی هایی مبنی بر اینکه ایشان مسؤولیت هایی مانند «ریاست سازمان فرهنگ و ارتباطات اسلامی» یا «مشاور رئیس جمهور در امور حوزه و روحانیت» را در دولت آینده خواهد داشت نیز گفت: "چنین صحبت‏هایی با من نشده است. اما هر کاری که آقای روحانی از من بخواهند اگر منافاتی با مسؤولیت فعلی من در مجمع جهانی اهل بیت(ع) نداشته باشد به ایشان کمک می کنم؛ چون موفقیت ایشان موفقیت روحانیت، موفقیت حوزه علمیه و موفقیت نیروهای ارزشی و مکتبی است".

شایان ذکر است هیأتی از علما با سفر به قم و طی صبح و عصر دیروز به نمایندگی از سوی «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین حسن روحانی» با حضرات آیات عظام «مکارم شیرازی»، «موسوی اردبیلی»، «نوری همدانی» و «سبحانی» دیدار و گفتگو کردند.

این هیأت به ریاست «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین اختری» دبیرکل مجمع جهانی اهل بیت(ع) و عضویت «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین علوی» و «حجت الاسلام والمسلمین رستگاری» و تعدادی دیگر از روحانیون، دور اول دیدار با مراجع را انجام داد.


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Bahraini protesters call for freedom during a demonstration in the village of Jidhafs, west of Manama, April 27, 2012.
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Bahraini regime forces have attacked protesters in the capital, Manama, who had taken to the streets to respond to a call by opposition groups to rally in the city.


Bahraini police forces used tear gas and stun grenades to disperse the angry protesters, as they chanted slogans against the Al Khalifa regime.

The calls for new rallies against the Bahraini regime came despite the opposition’s decision to attend a national dialogue with the Bahraini rulers.

A spokesman for the Bahrain’s major opposition bloc, al-Wefaq, said “agreeing to dialogue does not mean that they stop the rallies.”

The Interior Ministry, however, said the march was “illegal,” vowing to punish the participants. "It is illegal to take part in the rally and action will be taken against violators."

Meanwhile, some Bahraini protesters have defied the national talks, saying the regime has failed to meet the demands of the nation. "No dialogue with killers," they chanted.

Bahrainis have been staging demonstrations since mid-February 2011, demanding political reform and a constitutional monarchy, a demand that later changed to an outright call for the ouster of the ruling Al Khalifa family following its brutal crackdown on popular protests.

Bahrainis say they will continue the anti-regime demonstrations until their demand for the establishment of a democratically-elected government and an end to the violations of rights is met.


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Iran launched its first domestically-produced satellite Omid (Hope) via Safir (Ambassador) carrier (shown) into orbit in 2009.
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The president of Iran’s University of Science and Technology says the Islamic Republic plans to send its domestically-produced satellite Zafar (Triumph) into space within the next eight months.


Saeed Jabal-Ameli told reporters on Wednesday that the satellite would be launched into space by the summer of the Iranian year 1392 (September 2013).

He said that Zafar had better and more capabilities compared to its original version, Navid satellite.

Iran successfully launched its first indigenous data-processing satellite Omid (Hope) into orbit in 2009.

As part of a plan to develop its space program, Iran successfully launched its second satellite, dubbed Rassad (Observation), into orbit in June 2011. Rassad’s mission was to take images of the Earth and transmit them along with telemetry information to ground stations.

Iran also launched its domestically-built Navid-e Elm-o Sanat (Harbinger of Science and Industry) satellite into orbit in February 2012. The records made by the telecom, measurement and scientific satellite could be used in a wide range of fields.

On Monday, Iran also sent a monkey into space aboard an indigenous bio-capsule as a prelude to sending humans into space.

Iran is one of the 24 founding members of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, which was set up in 1959.


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In this photo, the monkey that was sent into space by Iran on January 27 and was returned safely can be seen after returning to the Earth. (File photo)
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Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Ahmad Vahidi says the successful mission of Pishgam (Pioneer) spacecraft, which successfully carried a monkey into space, is the first step for Iran towards sending humans into space.


“Sending a spacecraft and returning it is the first step towards sending humans to space in later stages,” Vahidi said on Monday.

On Monday, Iran launched Pishgam (Pioneer) spacecraft, which took a primate to the altitude of 120 kilometers, and returned it safely to Earth.

Iran sent its first bio-capsule of living creatures into space in February 2010, using the indigenous Kavoshgar 3 (Discoverer 3) carrier.

The country successfully launched its first indigenous data-processing satellite, Omid (Hope), into orbit in 2009.

As part of a plan to develop its space program, Iran successfully launched its second satellite, dubbed Rassad (Observation), into the earth's orbit in June 2011. Rassad's mission was to take images of the Earth and transmit them along with telemetry information to ground stations.

Iran also sent its indigenously-built Navid-e Elm-o Sanat (Harbinger of Science and Industry) satellite into orbit in February 2012. The records made by the telecom, measurement and scientific satellite could be used in a wide range of fields.

Iran is one of the 24 founding members of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, which was set up in 1959.

The Iranian defense minister said Iran would also inaugurate the country’s space observatory, named after Shia’s sixth Imam, Imam Sadeq (PBUH), in February.


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Syrian refugees are seen at the Reyhanli Refugee Camp in Antakya, Turkey. (File photo)
An international donor conference has kicked off in Kuwait to collect funds for the Syrian civilians who have been affected by the prolonged conflict in Syria.


The one-day conference was inaugurated on Wednesday with the aim of raising 1.5 billion dollars for the Syrian civilians who are living in the dire conditions caused by the ongoing violence in the country.

The UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon also attended the conference, urging both the Syrian government and the opposition to put an end to the conflict.

Ban reiterated the importance of collecting financial aid for the troubled Syrian civilians, saying that, “The situation in Syria is catastrophic."

He went on to say that the civilians are "suffering tremendously and we should give them the right assistance.”

Meanwhile, Kuwait has pledged a USD 300 million in aid to the Syrians. "Due to the great sufferings of the Syrian people and to help ensure the success of the conference, I announce the Kuwaiti donation of USD 300 million for the Syrian people," Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmed al-Sabah told the participants.

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in mid-January that 100,000 more Syrians have left the country over the past month, and the total number of refugees has now topped the 600,000 mark.

The UN refugee agency said a total of 612,134 Syrians had been registered or were in the process of being registered as refugees in Syria’s neighboring countries and North Africa and nearly 176,600 others have been registered in Jordan.

Moreover, at least 1,100 Syrians cross the Jordanian border every day, according to the UNHCR.

The Syria unrest began in March 2011, and many people, including large numbers of army and security personnel, have been killed in the violence ever since.

The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.


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UN-Arab League special envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi
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I'm sorry if I sound like an old broken record. The country [Syria] is breaking up before everyone's eyes.”

UN-Arab League special envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi

UN-Arab League special envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi says there is no end to the Syrian crisis and that the country is facing "unprecedented levels of horror."


Brahimi made the remarks in New York on Tuesday during a briefing to the United Nations Security Council on Syria, which has been facing a foreign-backed insurgency for nearly two years.

"I'm sorry if I sound like an old broken record. The country [Syria] is breaking up before everyone's eyes… The tragedy does not have an end,” Brahimi said.

Brahimi told the Security Council he was very concerned about an increasing danger of "contamination" which the countries around Syria are facing.

"There might be implications if the crisis continues spiraling. The refugee flow is becoming a matter of controversy in these countries," he added.

"None of the neighbors is immune to the fallout consequences of the conflict. The region is facing the risk of contamination," Brahimi noted.

Syria has been experiencing unrest since mid-March 2011. Many people, including large numbers of security personnel, have been killed in the violence.

The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants fighting the Syrian government are foreign nationals.

And several international human rights organizations have accused the foreign-sponsored militants of committing war crimes.

On January 14, an international aid agency said the conflict in Syria is causing a "staggering humanitarian crisis" in the Middle East.

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) said in a 23-page report that more than 600,000 Syrians have fled the country because of violence, including gang rape.

The New York-based organization described the level of rape and sexual violence taking place in the conflict zones in Syria as "horrific."


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Leaked documents from a UK-based defense contractor has revealed a Qatari proposal to the firm to counterfeit a plan to claim that Syria has given the go-ahead for the use of chemical weapons in the country.


The document, which was allegedly hacked from the UK-based company Britam Defence’s website, disclosed Qatar’s proposal to the contractor in return for a large sum of money, Lebanese Al-Manar TV reported on Tuesday.

An email exchange between two senior officials at Britam suggested that the scheme was approved by Washington, explaining that Qatar would fund the militants in Syria to use chemical weapons.

“We've got a new offer. It's about Syria again. Qataris propose an attractive deal and swear that the idea is approved by Washington,” a part of the leaked email read.

According to the documents, Qatar also suggested smuggling chemical warheads and rockets from Libya to the Syrian city of Homs.

Qatar apparently asked the British company to employ and film a Ukrainian person speaking and pretending to be Russian as part of “evidence” against Syria.

The new development comes as the head of Syria's opposition coalition, Ahmed Moaz al-Khatib, recently announced that Qatar has pledged USD 20 million to the coalition.

The recent scheme is devised at a time when the Syrian army forces have managed to clear the capital, Damascus and its surrounding areas of the militants and restore security to northwestern mountainous regions, including Idlib.

The Syrian unrest began in March 2011, and many people, including large numbers of army and security personnel, have been killed ever since.

The Syrian government says the chaos is being orchestrated from outside the country, and there are reports that a very large number of the militants are foreign nationals.

Damascus blames the West and its regional allies Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey for supporting the armed groups.


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Despite the rhetoric by Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu to sensationalize the Western dispute over Iran’s nuclear energy program, a recent survey shows that the majority of Israelis believe the issue of economy, not Iran, is the most critical issue they face.


According to a poll conducted by the Times of Israel, 43 percent of the respondents consider economic issues as the most important issue in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Israel.

Only 12 percent of the respondents, 23 percent of right-wing voters and only 2 percent of left-wing voters, said they were concerned about Iran and its nuclear energy program.

This is while Netanyahu has been trying to bring ‘security’ and diplomacy issues to the forefront of the January 22 elections.

On December 23, 2012, Netanyahu said that Iran’s nuclear energy program would “remain” his central issue in the next term if he was re-elected in the January elections.

Israel has repeatedly threatened to attack Iran's nuclear energy facilities based on the unfounded allegation that the Islamic Republic’s nuclear energy program may contain non-civilian aspects.

Iran has vehemently refuted the allegations against its nuclear energy program, arguing that as a committed signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it is entitled to use nuclear technology for peaceful objectives.

Repeating the war-mongering rhetoric on November 5, Netanyahu said he is ready to order a strike on Iran’s nuclear energy facilities.

However, several current and former Israeli military and intelligence figures have come out against Netanyahu’s war rhetoric against Tehran, saying such a move will in fact be to the detriment of the Israeli regime itself.

On January 11, former Israeli Premier Ehud Olmert strongly criticized Netanyahu for wasting billions of shekels for preparing futile war plans against Iran and said, "In the past two years, we have spent more than 11 billion shekels on security hallucinations that were not performed and will not be performed.”


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NABLUS, (PIC)-- Prisoners in the Etzion detention center complained of the sadistic practices carried out by the Israeli Prison Service during the recent severe weather conditions.

Lawyer Jacqueline Karajeh, who visited the prison on Friday morning, revealed that the prisoners have been exposed to harsh conditions, during the recent severe weather conditions.

The detainees told the lawyer that they are suffering from extreme cold due to the bad conditions of detention in cells designed for punishing them, noting that each cell contains a bathroom and one window that cannot be closed, which caused the rain water to enter and fill the rooms of prisoners.

They also stated that the prison administration has been deliberately torturing them with the cold weather through forcing them to sit on the ground filled with water during the daily count of prisoners.


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WEST BANK, (PIC)-- PA security apparatuses arrested a liberated captive in Al-Khalil, while Israeli forces arrested two former political prisoners in Tulkarem.

A force of the preventive security arrested the liberated prisoner Loay Alyan Al-Tawil, 25, from Beit Sihra in the city of Al-Khalil, from his father-in-law's house after raiding it on Friday night, and then he was taken to the preventive security headquarters, despite the severe weather conditions and the accumulation of snow.

Loay Alyan had been previously arrested by the Israeli occupation and served six years in its jails

The preventive security has also continued detaining Ali Ahmeidat and Mahmoud Mohammed Al-Hour, arrested since December 29, and Sheikh Tariq Fadel Naaman, arrested since January 2.

Meanwhile, the Israeli occupation forces arrested in Tulkarem in the northern West Bank two brothers, one of them is a student at Khadouri University, after breaking into their home at dawn Saturday.


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GAZA, (PIC)-- Rescue teams managed to save a Palestinian worker while three others went missing when the tunnel they were digging underneath the Gaza-Egypt borders collapsed on their head in Rafah on Saturday evening.

Security sources told the PIC reporter that civil defense brigades and medical teams rushed to the scene south of Rafah and retrieved one badly hurt worker.

They said that the rescue teams were looking for three other workers who were still missing in the tunnel collapse.

More than 200 Palestinians were killed and 800 others were wounded in similar incidents since the Israeli blockade was imposed on Gaza Strip in 2006. Tunnels have been increasingly the main source of basic supplies to the besieged enclave since then.


TEHRAN (FNA)- Two of Spain's biggest banks were meeting with labor unions Wednesday to discuss massive layoffs, hours ahead of protests by bank workers.


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Officials of Bankia met unions to negotiate shedding some 6,000 staff after calls for evening protests in Madrid and six other cities, RT reported.

Santander, Spain's biggest bank, was also to discuss with unions restructuring following its absorption of sister bank Banesto. Unions fear the plan could affect some 3,000 workers.


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The relatives of nine Lebanese people kidnapped in Syria have gathered outside the Qatari embassy in Beirut to demand Doha mediate the release of the abductees.


The people gathered outside the embassy at about 7:00 a.m. local time on Thursday. They blocked the entrance to the Qatari mission.

In 2012, eleven Lebanese people were kidnapped in the Syrian city of Aleppo on their way back from a pilgrimage in Iran. Two of them were released in August and September. The rest of the people are still held by the militants in Syria.

The protesters said the demonstration would continue until the end of the working hours on Thursday.

Hayat Awali, a relative of one of the abductees, said the protest was only the beginning. “We are here to say that we will no longer remain silent and today’s step is just the start of more protests.”

The relatives of the Lebanese abductees have also pledged to hold more demonstrations in 2013 in order to call for increased pressure on governments that support the militants in Syria.

Similar demonstrations have also been planned to be held outside the Turkish embassy in Lebanon and Turkish companies affiliated with the government in Ankara.

On January 2, protesters gathered outside the offices of Turkish Airline in Beirut, putting a wax seal on the entrance to avoid the staff from entering the building.