Saturday, May 27, 2006

Khamenei: Ahmadinejad's Letter to Bush was, Indeed, a Very Good Initiative

Iran Daily:
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Sunday Iran should not succumb to pressures over its nuclear activities and any form of retreat will cause 100 percent harm. The leader made the remark after receiving parliamentarians, IRNA reported. READ MORE

“Young Iranian scientists guaranteed the Iran’s future energy needs with great success and this accomplishment should not be lost by any means,“ he said.
He emphasized that the hearts and minds of the people must become resistant to the enemies’ pressures and plots.

Ayatollah Khamenei stressed that sowing seeds of ethnic dispute is the last stratagem of the enemies.

“The enemies of the Iranian nation have openly announced that they have allocated funds specially for confronting the people. But like always, they have entered a region, which is dominated by the Islamic Revolution, following a wrong analysis. Therefore, this move is also doomed to fail,“ he said.

The leader referred to the important role played by Iranian Azaris in the Constitution Movement and the victory of the Islamic Revolution.

“The enemies do not want to recognize Azarbaijan, because the Azaris have always been unparalleled in defending the values of the Islamic Revolution and the territorial integrity and independence of the country,“ he said.

The leader referred to the increasing popularity of the Islamic Revolution in the Muslim world as a strong point.

“President Ahmadinejad’s letter to the American president was, indeed, a very good initiative, because the top priority on the global scene is to be innovative and courageous,“ he said.

Ayatollah Khamenei stressed that the serious and successful endeavors of Iranian youth in the arena of science are another strong point of the Islamic state.

“One more strong point that we have right now is the unity among the three branches of power. Ever since the victory of the Islamic Revolution, the Imam (Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Revolution) and his followers stressed the need to maintain solidarity, but at certain instances the enemies tried to harm this unity. Today the good omen is that the nation, government and the officialdom stand more united than ever,“ he said.