• What is the main reason behind the US’s enmity towards Iran?

    What is the main reason behind the US’s enmity towards Iran?

    2020-03-31 17:36

     On the occasion of the 12th of Farvardin – the anniversary of the formal establishment of the Islamic Republic due to winning 98.2 percent of the votes in the national referendum in the year 1358 – Khamenei.ir is publishing the following op-ed on the status of political independence in Iran before and after the Islamic Revolution.

  • Where and when has Iran cornered the U.S.?

    Where and when has Iran cornered the U.S.?

    2019-11-12 12:25

    In his annual meeting on the anniversary of the capture of the American spy den (embassy) in Tehran, the Leader of the Revolution made a speech, referring to the U.S.'s old hostility against the Iranian nation and held, “You can see that the U.S. has taken every possible measure within this period of time [the past 41 years], especially against the institutions that were established following the Revolution, including the Islamic system itself. They oppose the Islamic system that rose up from the Revolution. They have shown as much animosity as they could. Of course, we were not passive or inactive in responding. We have done all we could to counter the U.S., and in many cases, we managed to corner and debilitate our opponent. The U.S. wasn’t able to defend itself well. This is clear, as the world can see.” The website of KHAMENEI.IR is publishing an analytical essay, written by Mahdi Faza'eli, political analyst and media expert, on this part of the statements of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution.

  • How is today’s India different from Gandhi’s India?

    How is today’s India different from Gandhi’s India?

    2020-03-07 13:36

    Imam Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, issued a message on March 5, 2020, condemning the massacre of innocent Muslims in India. Describing the recent killings as “heartrending” to Muslims, His Eminence demanded that they be stopped and that the Indian government stand up to the extremist Hindus and the parties supporting them. The following is the viewpoint of Abulfazl Zare’i, the former political consultant to the Iranian Embassy in India, which he has shared with KHAMENEI.IR. In this essay, he endeavours to get to the root of the violence against Muslims in India. Inspired by the Leader’s message, he examines the crimes committed by the extremists in India under the support of the Indian government.