Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution: Iran’s Conditions Sensitive, But Not Critical

A03699354.jpgTEHRAN (FNA) Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said Iran has always experienced sensitive conditions ever since the Islamic Revolution in 1797, but meantime, reiterated that the country is not dominated by critical conditions at present.

Addressing a meeting with the public and executive officials in the central province of Yazd on Sunday, the Leader reminded that Iran is passing through sensitive conditions, and added, “Of course, this sensitivity of the conditions and its signs always existed in the country ever since the victory of the Islamic Revolution, but this does not mean the country is facing danger or crisis.”

He said that the Islamic Revolution removed oppression, cruelty and domination of others over the Iranian nation, “and it is due to the same reason that the country has always been in sensitive conditions following the Islamic Revolution.”

Ayatollah Khamenei also pointed to the Iraqi imposed war on Iran and enemies’ various plots against the Islamic Republic as signs of the same sensitive conditions in Iran, and mentioned that following the decease of the Founder of the Islamic Republic, the Late Imam Khomeini, enemies embarked on devising a 10-year program to topple the Islamic Republic, but to no avail.

He also termed enemies’ opposition to Iran’s nuclear progress as another sensitive issues facing the country, and stressed, “Under such circumstances, identification of the main hazards sets our most important task and duty.

“And ignorance as well as weakening of our resolve and determination is the most crucial danger (for us) today,” the Leader added.

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