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双语新闻 (2015年9月20日)

  • 美国之音

**共和党总统参选人:穆斯林不应当成为美国总统**

共和党总统参选人本·卡森星期天表示,穆斯林不应当担任美国总统,他认为伊斯兰教的原则和美国的价值观不相符合。

卡森是一位虔诚的基督徒,他告诉美国全国广播公司“与媒体见面”节目说,“我不主张我们让一名穆斯林来统领这个国家,我绝对不赞同那样。”

他表示,一位总统的信仰对选民来说应当很重要,他称伊斯兰信仰和美国宪法不相符,但是没有具体指出伊斯兰教究竟在什么方面和美国宪法原则相左。

卡森发表此番言论之前,共和党总统参选人川普上周在新罕布什尔州的一次竞选集会上,没有纠正他的一名支持者把奥巴马总统说成是穆斯林和外国人,并表示穆斯林是“这个国家的一个问题”,从而引发争议,至今余波未平。

Republican Candidate Carson: Muslims Shouldn't Be President

Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Sunday Muslims were unfit to be president of the United States, arguing that the principles of Islam are inconsistent with American values.

"I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that," Carson, a devout Christian, told NBC's Meet the Press.

He said a president's faith should matter to voters and he described the Islamic faith as inconsistent with the Constitution, although he did not specify in which way Islam ran counter to constitutional principles.

Carson's comments came amid lingering fallout over Republican Donald Trump's refusal last week to take issue with a man who, during a New Hampshire campaign event, wrongly called President Barack Obama a Muslim and said Muslims are "a problem in this country."

**国际原子能机构负责人首度造访有争议的伊朗军事基地**

联合国原子能机构表示,该机构负责人首次造访了伊朗具有争议的一处军事地点。西方分析人士指称伊朗科学家在那里进行秘密研究和测试,以谋求制造原子弹。

设在维也纳的国际原子能机构的一名发言人星期天说,该机构总干事天野之弥在最近的一次访问期间,造访了德黑兰以东的帕尔钦基地。

天野之弥访问这个基地,正值伊朗和世界六大国努力实施一项国际协议之际。这项协议旨在结束针对伊朗核野心而产生的历时13年的僵局。

伊朗半官方的学生通讯社星期天援引伊朗原子能官员萨利希的话说,天野之弥总干事的“此访顺利,而且是在为实施协议所商定的路线图范围内进行的。”

今年7月公布的这项伊朗核协议,迫使伊朗缩减其铀浓缩活动,以阻止其制造核武器,同时作为交换,将减轻西方对伊朗严厉的经济制裁。这些制裁措施已经使伊朗经济受到破坏。

IAEA Chief Visits Controversial Iranian Military Site

The United Nations nuclear agency says its chief has, for the first time, visited a controversial Iranian military site where Western analysts allege that Iranian scientists conducted covert research and testing as they sought to build a nuclear bomb.

维也纳国际原子能机构总干事天野之弥

维也纳国际原子能机构总干事天野之弥

A spokesman for the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency said Sunday that agency chief Yukiya Amano visited the Parachin base east of Tehran during a recent visit.

His visit comes as Iran and six world powers seek to implement a deal to end a 13-year standoff over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

The semi-official Iranian Student News Agency on Sunday quoted top Iranian nuclear official Ali Akbar Salehi as saying the Amano visit "went well and worked within the agreed roadmap" for implementing the deal.

The agreement, unveiled in July, forces Iran to cut back its uranium enrichment to keep it from building nuclear weapons, in exchange for easing harsh Western economic sanctions that have wrecked the Iranian economy.

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