ما هرگز به امریکا اجازه نخواهیم داد تا در امور داخلی ایران دخالت کند!...
پس این سند کمک خواستن شما از آمریکاییها دیگه چی است؟،
آقای اصلاح طلب دست از سر این مردم بردار،
این رژیم اصلاح شدنی نیست انقدر هم ما را فیلم نکن...
بسه دیگه دروغ و ظاهر فریبی و دورویی و گل زدن در دروازه دو حریف...
از این مردم محروم و رنج کشیده شرم کن!!!
شما همان اخلاق خودت را اصلاح کن و بگذار مردم خودشان به فکر تغییر رژیم باشند،
چه کسی شما را به سمت سخنگوی مردم ایران انتخاب کرده که به خودت اجازه می دهید
بگویید ما اجازه نمی دهیم، ما...، ما...، ما...
از طرف خودت حرف بزن...خیلی جو گیر شدی فکر کردی نماینده مردم ایرانی که ما ما می کنی؟...،
از طرف خودت حرف بزن بگو من...
بدبخت خمینی از اول می گفت من، دولت تعیین می کنم من، تو دهن این دولت می زنم و سرنوشت ایران این شد
وای به حال وطنم اگر به دست کسانی بفتد که هنوز نیامده ماما می کنند؟!
ویکیلیکس: سند درخواست اردشیر امیر ارجمند از سیا برای خروج از ترکیه
متن یکی از ملاقاتهای افشا شده دکتر اردشیر با دیپلماتهای امریکایی اردشیر در این ملاقاتها درخواست می کند
که آمریکاییها او را غیرقانونی و از طرق خاص از ترکیه خارج کرده و به آمریکا ببرند!...
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S E C R E T ISTANBUL 000031 SIPDIS LONDON FOR MURRAY; BERLIN FOR ROSENSTOCK-STILLER; BAKU FOR MCCRENSKY; ASHGABAT FOR TANGBORN; BAGHDAD FOR POPAL AND HUBAH; DUBAI FOR IRPO E.O. 12958: DECL: 01/21/2040 TAGS: PREF PREL PGIV PINS PHUM TU IR SUBJECT: IRANIAN POLITICS: MOUSAVI'S LAWYER REQUESTS USG HELP Classified By: Acting Principal Officer Win Dayton; Reasin 1.5 (d). ¶1. (S) Summary: We met January 20 with Dr. Ardashir Arjomand, a legal advisor to Iranian opposition leader Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who fled Iran after being detained in the post-June crackdown against reformists. Ardashir entered Turkey illegally but he holds a valid French residency permit. He asked for USG help in ensuring his safe onward travel either to France or the U.S. We explained that the USG cannot give any help inconsistent with Turkish or U.S. laws and urged him to consider registering with UNHCR as an asylum-seeker, a suggestion he rejected for fear that Turkey would send him back to Iran. Regarding Iran's internal dynamics Dr. Ardashir predicted that opposition protests on February 11 will be the largest yet seen, and that regime repression against them will be met with a level of civil disobedience that will "shock" the regime. He also said that Mousavi expects to be arrested soon, possibly before February 11, but that the Green Movement will continue to grow in strength as a civil rights movement. (Comment: We are less convinced than Dr. Arjomand that the GOT would send him back to Iran if his presence here became known, especially if he registers first with UNHCR. Indeed, given the illegal nature of his arrival here we believe the only reasonable means of facilitating his departure would be via UNHCR processing him as a refugee for onward resettlement. Absent other instructions from Washington, we will stay in contact with him and continue to encourage him to pursue the UNHCR process. End Comment and Summary.) ¶2. (S) ConGen Istanbul's NEA Iran Watcher met January 20 in Istanbul with Dr. Ardashir Amir Arjomand (please protect), an Iranian law professor and campaign legal advisor to Iranian presidential opposition candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi. Dr. Arjomand fled Iran and entered Turkey illegally on January 7 after having been arrested and detained in December for participating in opposition protests and then receiving a warning that he was about to be re-arrested. He told us that he paid an Iranian trafficker several thousand dollars to escort him over the mountains of northwestern Iran into southeastern Turkey, after which he made his way to Istanbul. The trafficker also printed a fake Turkish entry stamp in his passport. We were informed of Dr. Arjomand's presence in Istanbul by several associates of his, including his Iranian-American cousin (a U.S.-based professor) who contacted the Department and an Amnesty International representative in London who contacted us in Istanbul. ¶3. (S) Dr. Arjomand has a valid French residency permit. As a first course of action he plans to seek French Consulate (Istanbul) assistance in arranging for a French visa interview for his wife and children, who currently remain in hiding in Iran but are making arrangements to come to Turkey. However, Dr. Arjomand told us he is concerned that if and when he tries to exit Turkey border control officials may spot his fake entry stamp and detain him, in which case he believes they would likely send him back to Iran rather than either allow him to continue on to France or allow him to stay in Turkey to register as a refugee. He asked if the USG might be willing and able either to help him and his family leave Turkey without going through official Turkish passport controls, or serve as intermediaries with the Turkish government to ensure the GOT does not send them back to Iran. He also noted that he eventually wants to settle in the United States rather than France, as his wife and children speak some English but no French. ¶4. (S) We encouraged him to stay in contact with the French Consulate regarding French visas for his family, and we understand the French Embassy in Washington has also been alerted to the case. We explained that the USG cannot take any steps to help him in any way inconsistent with Turkish or U.S. laws. We encouraged him to consider registering as soon as possible with UNHCR for refugee status, which would afford him more legal protection to stay in Turkey and to preclude refoulement to Iran than he currently has. Dr. Arjomand underscored that he does not want to register with UNHCR in Turkey because he is concerned that once UNHCR notifies the Turkish government of his presence, Turkey will take steps to send him back to Iran. We explained that his current circumstances would make it very difficult to qualify for a non-immigrant visa to the U.S., and agreed to send his request for USG assistance back to Washington. The Green Movement: "22 Bahman (February 11) Will Shock the Regime." --------------------------------------------- -------------- ¶5. (S) Asked his view of the near-term future of the Iranian opposition movement, Dr. Arjomand said that Mousavi and other Green Movement leaders have been calling on supporters to take to the streets in the largest numbers yet seen, on February 11 (22 Bahman), the official anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution. He predicted that the regime will use significant force against the protesters, but that the size, courage, and commitment of the protesters to use civil disobedience tactics in the face of regime efforts to crush them, will "shock" the regime. ¶6. (S) Dr. Arjomand said that Mousavi and other opposition leaders are resigned to the likelihood that they will be arrested soon, probably before the February 11 demonstrations, and that some of them may be tortured and killed while in detention. But the movement will continue, he insisted, acknowledging that many of its supporters are not marching out of support for Mousavi or even out of anger that their votes were stolen, but rather marching for themselves, to demand that the regime allow its people to enjoy the fundamental human rights and civil rights enshrined in Iran's own constitution. "It is both a political movement and a civil rights movement", he explained, noting that while Iran's politics always shift with the wind, the population's unbending demand that the regime respect and protect their civil rights will ensure the movement persists. Dr. Arjomand was unwilling to speculate about the regime's near-term or mid-term future, other than to assess that the results and aftermath of Iran's June elections have "completely broken" the carefully-constructed social contract between the Islamic Republic and Iran's population. ¶7. (S) Asked what role the international community and United States could usefully play, he said the current approach, of highlighting the regime's human rights failures but otherwise "staying out of our domestic fight", was correct. "Don't take the opposition's side openly", he cautioned, as that would give the regime the concrete evidence it currently lacks that Mousavi and other leaders are committing "espionage." Asked if his own desire to resettle eventually in the U.S. might taint Mousavi by association, he said that by the time circumstances might allow him to settle in the United States, "my whereabouts won't matter." He underscored that in the near-term he hopes to keep his presence in Turkey a secret and hopes to get himself and his family to France, which has a long and storied history of giving shelter to Iranian oppositionists. Comment ------ ¶8. (S) We are less convinced than Dr. Arjomand that the Turkish government would immediately try to expel him back to Iran once his presence here becomes known, especially if he registers first with UNHCR as an asylum-seeker. Indeed, given the illegal circumstances of his entry into Turkey we assess that the only reasonable means of facilitating his onward departure (whether to France or the United States) would be with UNHCR assistance, processing him as a refugee in need of onward resettlement. Absent other instructions from Washington, we will stay in contact with Dr. Arjomand and continue to encourage him to pursue the UNHCR process. DAYTON