News ID: 322438
Published: 0158 GMT June 21, 2022

Leader: Ill-wishers wage soft war to shake faith, crush hopes

Leader: Ill-wishers wage soft war to shake faith, crush hopes
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Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said that the ill-wishers of Iran and Islam bank on waging a soft war to “shake people’s faith” and “dash people’s hopes” for the future of the country.

“Today, the ill-wishers of Iran and Islam rely on soft war. Therefore all Iranians, including nomads, need to produce cultural products, namely books and movies” to counter such plots, said Ayatollah Khamenei in remarks published by his website on Tuesday, which were made in an address to a group of Iranian nomads in Tehran on June 12.

The Leader noted that shaking people’s religious faith or instilling hopelessness in them is among the most important prerequisites for waging a soft war against the Iranian nation, Press TV wrote.

“Today, whatever is done against the religion, traditions, and religious sanctities and rituals is driven by a political motive pushed by the enemy, whereas the agent of that deed may or may not be aware of this fact,” he added.

“Inculcating the sense of being futureless or at an impasse, as well as the feeling that the officials do not know how to run the country are among the actions of ill-wishers,” Ayatollah Khamenei cautioned.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Leader recounted how the late founder of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Khomeini called the nomads “the resources of the country,” saying that the enemies have tried in vain over the past two or three centuries to provoke the nomads to betray the country by starting civil wars and disintegrating the country.

He then praised the Iranian nomads for being among the most loyal communities in the country.

Ayatollah Khamenei further hailed the nomads’ loyalty and their sacrifices during the 1979 revolution and the eight-year Iran-Iraq war, saying that “the most important factor contributing to the people’s – especially nomads’ – unity, progress, and sacrifices was religion.”

“While some, who are indifferent to religion, are making efforts to downplay the religious motives of the martyrs and war veterans, we should not reduce their motives to anything less than their devotion to God and religion,” he stated.

 

 

 

 

   
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