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رامين جهانبگلو را آزاد كنيد!

٤٢٠ تن از اساتيد و شخصيت‌های علمی و فرهنگی از سراسر جهان در نامه‌‌ای سرگشاده به رئيس جمهور و رئيس قوه قضاييه جمهوری اسلامی ايران، خواستار آزادی فوری و بی‌قيد و شرط آقای دكتر رامين جهانبگلو، نويسنده و پژوهشگر ايرانی شده‌اند.

iran-emrooz.net | Fri, 19.05.2006, 23:32

نامه سرگشاده به مقام رياست جمهوری اسلامی ايران
رونوشت: آيت‌الله محمود شاهرودی، رئيس قوه قضاييه جمهوری اسلامی ايران

ما امضاكنندگان زير خواستار آزادی فوری و بی‌قيد و شرط پژوهشگر برجسته و روشنفكر مشهور آقای دكتر رامين جهانبگلو می‌باشيم كه در اوائل ارديبهشت ١٣٨٥ در فرودگاه بين‌المللی تهران بازداشت شده‌اند. در روز شنبه ١٥ ارديبهشت ١٣٨٥ حجت‌الاسلام غلامحسين محسنی اژه‌ای بازداشت دكتر جهانبگلو را تاييد نموده اظهار داشتند كه ايشان به اتهام "تماس با بيگانگان" دستگير شده‌اند.
نزديك به سه هفته است كه ايشان بدون حكم بازداشت قانونی، تفهيم اتهام، دسترسی به وكيل و يا حتی حق ديدار خانواده‌ی خود در بازداشتگاه بسر می‌برند. بهره‌وری از اين حقوق ابتدائی از مقدمات فرايند قانونی است. بازداشت و حبس آقای دكتر جهانبگلو در حكم نقض آشكار قوانين جمهوری اسلامی ايران و بويژه تعهدات آن كشور در مقام يكی از مقام امضاكنندگان منشور بين‌المللی حقوق بشر است.
خبر بازداشت دكتر جهانبگلو در مجامع دانشگاهی جهان پيچيده است. دكتر رامين جهانبگلو فيلسوفی پايبند به اصل دوری از خشونت است كه با پشتكاری خستگی‌ناپذير برای تفاهم و تفهم متقابل بين ايران و جهان كوشيده است. او در مقام سرپرست گروه انديشه معاصر در دفتر پژوهش‌های فرهنگی، هزاران خواننده، اعم از دانشجو و استاد را با عمق تمدن ايران و رهاوردهای پرآرزش‌ آن برای بشريت آشنا كرده است. كوشش‌های اين پژوهشگر ارجمند در توضيح و معرفی فرهنگ و تاريخ ايران به جهانيان موجب احترام ژرفی است كه عالم و عامی برای او در جوامع گوناگون و در اقصی نقاط جهان قائل‌اند. پس جای تعجب نيست كه رفتار فراقانونی اخير با دكتر رامين جهانبگلو در وطنش خوانندگان آثار او در ايران و ساير نقاط جهان را اينچنين دچار حيرت و تاسف كند.
ما برآنيم كه بازداشت دكتر رامين جهانبگلو بايد موجب اقدام سريع جنابعالی و آزادی فوری ايشان گردد.

با احترام،



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294. Jean Pedersen, Associate Professor of History, University of Rochester
295. Rick Perlstein, Freelance writer, Chicago, Illinois
296. John Perry, Professor of Persian, University of Chicago
297. Christopher Phillips, Society for Philosophical Inquiry/Socrates Café
298. Jon Pike, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Open University, UK
299. Terry Pinkard, Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University
300. Jo-Ann Pilardi, Professor of Philosophy and Women's Studies and Director of Graduate Program in Women's Studies, Towson University
301. Robert B. Pippin, Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago
302. Jaleh Pirnazar, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, University of California at Berkeley
303. Katha Pollitt, Columnist for The Nation magazine
304. John P. Portelli, Professor at the Department of Theory & Policy Studies; Co-director of the Centre for Leadership & Diversity, OISE/University of Toronto
305. Danny Postel, Senior Editor, openDemocracy Magazine
306. Moishe Postone, Professor of History, University of Chicago
307. Nina Power, Middlesex University, London, UK
308. Nasrin Qader, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Northwestern University
309. Sholeh Quinn, Associate Professor of History, Ohio University
310. Emran Qureshi, Wertheim Fellow of Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School
311. Sina Rahmani, Graduate Student, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California at Los Angeles
312. Nasrin Rahimieh, Dean of Humanities and Professor of Comparative Literature and English, McMaster University, Canada
313. Ahmed Rashid, Journalist and Author, Pakistan
314. Ali Rahnema, Professor of Economics, American University of Paris
315. Marcus Raskin, Co-founder and Distinguished Fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies
316. Asghar Rastegar, Professor of Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine
317. Jonathan Rée, Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Roehampton University and the Royal College of Art, London, UK
318. James A. Reilly, Professor of Middle Eastern History, University of Toronto
319. Yann Richard, Professeur d'études iraniennes, Institut d'Etudes Iraniennes, Sorbonne nouvelle
320. Thomas M. Ricks, Independent Scholar, Iranian Studies
321. Andras Riedlmayer, Bibliographer in Islamic Art and Architecture, Aga Khan Program, Fine Arts Library, Harvard University; President, Turkish Studies Association
322. Monica M. Ringer, Professor of History and Asian Languages and Civilizations, Amherst College
323. Dona Robati, Poet and Journalist, Shahrvand Publication, Toronto
324. Bruce Robbins, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University
325. Trevor John Robertson, PhD Candidate in Social and Political Thought, York University
326. Joel Rogers, Professor of Law, Political Science and Sociology, University of Wisconsin at Madison
327. Richard Rorty, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and Philosophy, Stanford University
328. Herbert Roseman, Graduate student in Philosophy, Columbia University
329. Jonathan Rosenbaum, Film Critic, Chicago Reader
330. Jalil Roshandel, Visiting Professor of Political Science, Duke University
331. Jamie P. Ross, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Portland State University
332. David Rothenberg, Professor of Philosophy, New Jersey Institute of Technology
333. Matthew Rothschild, Editor, The Progressive Magazine
334. Barnett R. Rubin, Director of Studies and Senior Fellow, Center on International Cooperation, New York University
335. Bruce Rutherford, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Colgate University
336. Nader Sadeghi, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology/Surgery, George Washington University
337. Shadi Sadr, Human Rights Lawyer, Tehran
338. Farian Sabahi, Professor of Islamic Studies, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy
339. Ahmad Sadri, Professor of Sociology, Lake Forest College
340. Mahmoud Sadri, Professor of Sociology, Texas Woman's University
341. Elli Safari, Film producer and director, The Netherlands
342. Marshall Sahlins, Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor of Anthropology Emeritus, University of Chicago
343. Karim Sadjadpour, Iran Analyst, International Crisis Group
344. Niaz Salimi, President of Muslim Canadian Congress and Director of Centre for Thought, Dialogue and Human Rights in Iran
345. Poupak Salimi, IT Consultant , Toronto, Canada
346. Roger Savory, Professor Emeritus of Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations, University of Toronto
347. David Sayer, PhD Candidate in Social and Political Thought, York University
348. Mohsen Sazegara, Visiting Scholar, Yale University
349. George Scialabba, Book Critic, Boston Globe
350. Richard Schmitt, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Brown University
351. Stephen Schlesinger, Director of World Policy Institute, New School University
352. David Schweickart, Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University
353. David Scott, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University
354. Richard Sennett, Professor of Sociology, London School of Economics
355. Hamideh Sedghi, Associate Professor of Political Science, Villanova University
356. Omid Payrow Shabani, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Guelph, Canada
357. Adam Shatz, Literary Editor, The Nation Magazine
358. Martin Shaw, Professor of International Relations and Politics, University of Sussex
359. Hassan Shaygannik, Professor of International Political Economy, Florida Atlantic University
360. M. Rahim Shayegan, Musa Sabi Assistant Professor of Iranian, University of California at Los Angeles
361. Thomas Sheehan, Professor of Religious Studies, Stanford University and Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago
362. Amir Soltani Sheikholeslami, Human Rights Activist, Blue Initiative
363. Amir Sheikhzadegan, Lecturer and Post-doctoral Researcher, University of Zuich
364. Scott Sherman, Contributing Writer, The Nation Magazine
365. Faegheh Shirazi, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, University of Texas at Austin
366. Sussan Siavoshi, Professor of Political Science, Trinity University
367. Stefano Silvestri, President of Institute for International Affairs, Italy
368. Marta Simidchieva, Division of Humanities, York University, and the Department of Historical Studies, University of Toronto at Mississauga, Canada
369. Margaret Simons, Professor of Philosophy, Southern Illinois University
370. Peter Singer, Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics, University Center for Human Values, Princeton University; Laureate Professor at the Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics, University of Melbourne, Australia
371. Peter Sloterdijk, Professor and Rektor, Staatliche Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe, Germany
372. Monika Smetana, MA Graduate Candidate in Social and Political Thought, York University
373. Jay Smith, PhD Candidate in Social and Political Thought, York University
374. Naghmeh Sohrabi, Post-Doctoral Fellow in Middle Eastern Studies, Brandeis University
375. Ebrahim Soltani, PhD Candidate in Political Science, Syracuse University
376. Lucia Sommer, Artist and Writer, Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester
377. Stanley Crossick, Chairman, Belmont
378. Arian Starova, President of the Albanian Atlantic Association
379. Ilan Stavans, Professor of Latin American and Latino Culture, Amherst College
380. Karsten Struhl, Porofessor of Philosophy, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City Univrsity of New York
381. Zohreh T. Sullivan, Professor of English, Comparative and World Literature, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
382. Adam Sutcliffe, Lecturer in Early Modern European History, King's College London, UK
383. Poopak Taati, PhD in Sociology and Journalist, American University
384. Ara Tadevosyan, Director of Armenian Mediamax news agency
385. Victoria Tahmasebi, PhD in Social and Political Thought, York University
386. Kamran Talattof, Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies, University of Arizona
387. Mohamad Tavakoli, Professor of History, University of Toronto; Editor-in-Chief, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Middle East and Africa
388. Charles Taylor, Professor of Philosophy, McGill University, Montreal
389. Abdulkader Tayob, Professor in Social Processes in Modern Islam, ISIM, Radboud University, Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Nijmegen, Netherlands
390. Sherman Teichman, Director of Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts University
391. Tzvetan Todorov, Director of Research at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Paris
392. Chris Toensing, Executive Director of Middle East Research and Information Project, Washington, DC
393. Nayereh Tohidi, Visiting Associate Professor of Women's Studies and Keddie-Balzan Fellow,Center for Near Eastern Studies at University of California at Los Angeles
394. Michael Tomasky, Editor, The American Prospect
395. John Torpey, Professor of Sociology, City University of New York Graduate Center
396. Alberto Toscano, Lecturer in Sociology, Goldsmiths College, University of London, New Cross
397. Nhung Tuyet Tran, Assistant Professor of History, University of Toronto
398. D. Alissa Trotz, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Equity Studies, University of Toronto
399. Sanam Vakil, Professor of Middle East Studies, Johns Hopkins University
400. Mehrdad Valibeigi, Professorial lecturer of Economics, The American University
401. Farzin Vahdat, Post-doctoral Associate, Middle East Council, Yale University
402. Philippe Van Parijs, Professor of Economic and Social Ethics, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium and Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Harvard University
403. Haleh Vaziri, Media & Public Researcher, Independent Scholar
404. Dusan Velickovic, Editor and publisher, Biblioteka Alexandria, Serbia & Montenegro, Independent Publishing House, Alexandria Press
405. Andrew Wachtel, Dean of The Graduate School; Bertha and Max Dressler Professor in the Humanities and Director of Center for International and Comparative Studies, Northwestern University
406. Immanuel Wallerstein, Professor of Sociology, Yale University
407. Michael Walzer, Professor of Social Science, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton
408. Victoria Weafer, PhD Candidate in Philosophy, Columbia University
409. Jeff Weintraub, Political Theorist, University of Pennsylvania
410. Cornel West, University Professor of Religion, Princeton University
411. Robert Westbrook, Professor of History, University of Rochester
412. Melissa Williams, Director of Centre for Ethics and Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto
413. Ellen Willis, Professor of Journalism, New York University
414. Richard Wolin, Distinguished Professor of History, Comparative Literature and Political Science, Graduate Center, City University of New York
415. Santiago Zabala, Researcher in Philosophy, Pontifical Lateran University of Rome
416. Krzysztof Zanussi, Professor, Silesian University in Katowice; Film Director and President of "TOR" Film Studio Warsaw
417. Hassan Zerehi, Journalist and Editor in Chief of Shahrvand publication
418. Linda Zerilli, Professor of Political Science, Northwestern University
419. Howard Zinn, Author and Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Boston University
420. Slavoj Žižek, Professor and Senior Researcher of Philosophy and Psychoanalysis, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


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Mehrzad Boroujerdi, 315-885-4055
Afshin Mowlavi, 202-299-6429
Karim Sadjadpour, 202-492-5252
Amir Soltani, 514-575-0439
Mohamad Tavakoli, 416-951-2495, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)




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