Ayatollah Khamenei, the leader of Iran, advises US students who oppose Israel to “get familiar with the Quran.”


Ayatollah Khamenei, the leader of Iran, advises US students who oppose Israel to “get familiar with the Quran.”

Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, asked American students to “get familiar with the Quran” in reaction to their continuous demonstrations against Israel’s onslaught against the terrorist organization Hamas in their universities.

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Khamenei refers to Israel as a “Zionist regime” in his letter to the US students and even calls for “police brutality” against demonstrators. He claimed that in response to their government’s (the US government’s) support for the “usurper and brutal Zionist regime,” the students have established a “branch of the Resistance Front”

In a letter addressed to them, Ayatollah Khamenei declared his “empathy and solidarity” for the students’ “defence” of Palestinians and referred to them as a “branch of the Resistance Front” that will triumph with “permission from God.”

The moral of the Quran is to always stand up for what is right, both for Muslims and for all of humanity: “So be steadfast as you have been commanded” (11:112). In terms of interpersonal relationships, the Quran teaches us to “Do not oppress and do not be oppressed” (2:279).

With God’s blessing, the Resistance Front will prevail via a thorough comprehension and application of these and hundreds of other similar directives. “As history is turning, you are on the right side of it. My advice to you is to familiarize yourself with the Quran,” he wrote in his letter.

Declaring that “history is turning a page,” the Iranian politician and cleric hinted at a “different fate” for the “important region” of West Asia. “Things are shifting,” he said.

“I want to reassure you that things are changing as of right now. The significant region of West Asia is in for a distinct destiny. The truth is emerging as people’s consciences have awoken to a worldwide scale. Furthermore, the Resistance Front is stronger now and will get stronger even. Additionally, history is changing,” Ayatollah Khamenei remarked.

This takes place immediately following this past weekend’s Israeli attack in Rafah, which claimed over 40 lives and gave rise to the social media movement “All Eyes on Rafah.” Khamenei addressed the students using the phrase “in the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful,” pleading with them to use their “awakened conscience” to defend the oppressed women and children of Gaza.

“Besides you students from dozens of American universities, there have also been uprisings in other countries among academics and the general public,” he remarked, referring to the anti-Israel rallies by students, academics, and the general public as “uprisings.”

There was an interruption until the protests resumed this past weekend after an Israeli strike on a Rafah camp. Israel has continued its onslaught in the area despite the large number of people who have sought safety in camps. The attack on one such camp, which claimed the lives of many women and children, horrified even Israel’s closest allies.

This has only served to intensify condemnation of Israel’s conflict with Hamas on a global scale. Israel attacked a camp close to Rafah after the International Court of Justice issued an order for Israel to immediately stop military operations in the area.

In April, protests against Israel became more intense when a large number of people were arrested during the occupation of the Columbia University campus. The imprisonment of nearly 2,950 protestors, including faculty and professors, has been characterized by many opponents as “police brutality.” Additionally, similar protests are already taking place in colleges in Canada, Australia, and Europe. After the occupation protests began on April 17, many students at Columbia University have been disciplined or expelled.

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