Monday, August 30, 2010

Spy Agencies Active in Iranian Universities

Spy Agencies Active in Iranian Universities
2010-08-30 04:12:32 - Nksagar -Sagar Media - Iranian Minister of Science, Research, and Technology Kamran Daneshjoo warned on Sunday that the spy agencies of several enemy states are striving hard to infiltrate and influence the country's academic centers.
"…enemies are trying to change the Islamic atmosphere of the universities
into their own favorite atmosphere of liberal-democracy and to give a new definition for Islamic values based on their own views," Daneshjoo said.

The Iranian minister further reminded the alarming remarks of the Supreme Leader about the continued efforts made by the enemy spy agencies to influence Iranian university students, and stated, "How can one rest under such conditions? Enemies are active in this regard because they have realized the importance of universities."

Iran's Deputy Police Chief Ahmad Reza Radan blamed the country's eastern
neighbors for their negligent approach towards the spread of terrorism in the region, and urged them to boost security measures along their shared borders with Iran.

Last year, Supreme Leader's Representative to the universities Hojjatoleslam Mohammad Mohammadian said those seeking to spark a velvet revolution in Iran have hatched special plots to start a regime change plan from the universities for they view the country's academic centers as their strategic field of activity."It is natural that in our society and many other societies, universities are the centers of thinking and understanding. Hence, those seeking a soft overthrow of the Islamic Republic naturally view universities as the strategic domain of their activity as much as we attach importance to universities for the consolidation of the tenets of the Islamic Revolution," Mohammadian said on August 29, 2009.Noting that the atmosphere of the Iranian universities is popular, Mohammadian reiterated that the country's academic centers have acted in complete coordination with the nation all throughout the last 30 years since the onset of the Islamic Revolution in Iran.

"If enemies of the Islamic Republic succeed in making our universities devoid of their popular atmosphere, then they will succeed in attaining their goals."
"But we believe that their efforts have failed and yielded no success," he added.

On Aug 28 | In an editorial today in Kayhan, Hossein Shariatmadari criticized last week's Friday prayers sermon by Tehran's Provisional Friday Prayers Leader, Hojjatoleslam Kazem Sediqi, for lacking clarity and giving "enemies" like BBC analysts something with which to criticize the government.

Shariatmadari, editor-in-chief and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameinei's representative at Kayhan newspaper, said part of Sediqi's speech had been intentionally misinterpreted by foreign media and the "leaders of the sedition," referring to the opposition leaders. He chastised the cleric for not stating his intentions more clearly.

In his sermon, Sediqi asked the audience to mend ties with the people who "came apart from the political system." Shariatmadari mocked a BBC analysis which cited Sediqi's speech as a sign of the authorities' failure to put an end to the post-election unrest and a conciliatory gesture toward reformists to improve relations with them.

Referring to Mir Hossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karroubi as "Israel's representatives in Iran" and accomplices of the United States, Shariatmadari wrote, "Virtuous people will never take as friends those who are the enemy of God and his Prophet," citing the Quran. Unity, he continued, meant the darkening of the borders between friends and foes. He concluded his editorial by demanding punishment for those who have committed crimes.
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