Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urges Muslims in Kashmir to ‘repudiate oppressors’

Iran's Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urges Muslims in Kashmir to 'repudiate oppressors'

Iran’s Ayatollah Ali Khamenei urges Muslims in Kashmir to ‘repudiate oppressors’

The supreme leader of Iran, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, arrived at the bombings in Bahrain, Yemen, Kashmir, which took place during the holy month of Ramadan, saying that the Muslim world must “express its contempt against the oppressors.” Khamenei made the comments during the Eid ul-Fitr prayers at the Great Musha in Tehran.
While this is not a verified Twitter account, Iranian online news aggregator Ahlulbayt news agency (ABNA) says the Iranian leader to statements.

The website associated with the account,, says Khamenei advised Muslim countries to take a clear position on issues in the Muslim world, even if it causes “arrogant individuals dissatisfaction.”

His speech focused on blood booming during the holy month, “Islamic nations are covered in wounds: conflicts in Yemen, Bahrain, problems in all Islamic countries, are major injuries in the body of Islam.

The world of Islam must explicitly support the people of Yemen and express their disdain against the oppressors who attacked the people in a horrible way during the month of Ramadan. ”

As for Kashmir, he continued: “It is the same for the people of Bahrain and Kashmir our people can support this great movement in the world of Islam.

Just as we express our position explicitly against enemies and adversaries, the world of Islam – especially the elites within it – must follow this path and take a position of pleasing God at all, even if it causes discontent in front arrogant. ”

As News18 reports, Khamenei’s comments come at an opportune moment. These comments come after Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets with US President Donald Trump in Washington, DC.

Trump sees Iran under the present government under Hassan Rouhani as opposed to the interests of the United States. “Rouhani also openly denounced the Trump administration.The resurgence of riots in the valley also adds to the inflammatory nature of these comments.

This is not the first time that Khamenei referred to the Kashmir issue. In May 1990, it was reported on their website: “Look at how everyone in the Muslim community there is treated much harder than others.

Kashmir is a contemporary example of this. Muslims to talk about their rights. Anyone who is informed that Kashmir crossroads, knows that Kashmiri Muslims express only truth and justice.

Those who have the Calient an unjust cause. Those who attack are those who do the wrong action. Unfortunately, the world is watching all this cool. “

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