Members of the Basij - a 'volunteer force' called upon when the Iran

regime wants to make things like post-election murders of opposition

members look spontaneous, listen to a speech by Supreme Leader

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, drew his own red line when it comes

to ending Iran's nuclear program, sought by Israel and Saudi Arabia.



Khamenei: 'Disgraced' French Curry Favor with 'Unclean' Zionist Regime (Kayhan, Islamic Republic of Iran)


Is it a negotiating position, or a red line Tehran will not cross? According to this news item from the state-run Kayhan newspaper, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said Iran would never give up its nuclear rights. By this he means dismantling its nuclear program, as Israel and Saudi Arabia insist on, but Washington and Europe seem willing to allow, as long as there are tight inspections and enrichment of uranium to five percent or less. The leader also took France to task for taking a hard line on Iranian enrichment - including of plutonium, and insisted that he isn't meddling in the details of the work of Iran's nuclear negotioators.


November 21, 2013


Islamic Republic of Iran - Kayhan - Home Page (English)

A man in the an audience said to have been comprised of 50,000 Basij Volunteer Force members from across the country attends an address by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, Nov. 20.


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TEHRAN: On Wednesday, Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has said that that Iran will never give in to pressure and would back down "not one iota" from its rights, including its nuclear rights. Addressing commanders and members of the Basij Volunteer Force [aka/ The Organization for Mobilization of the Oppressed], Ayatollah Khamenei said the rights of the Iranian nation, including its nuclear rights, must be recognized.


"I insist on not retreating one step from the rights of the Iranian nation," the Leader said, voicing support for the Iranian administration and officials, including its nuclear negotiators.


Ayatollah Khamenei said he would not be directly involved in the fine points of talks between Iran and the six powers [P5+1], but said there are red lines that Iranian negotiators would have to observe.


"We don't intervene in the details of these talks. There are certain red lines and limits that must be observed. They [negotiators] are instructed to abide by those limits," the Leader said.


"They should not fear what the enemy says," Ayatollah Khamenei added.


The Leader of the Islamic Revolution expressed regret that certain European governments are currying favor with Zionists, who he said "lack humanity."


“At a certain point, the French nation, because of its president standing up to Britain and the United States [before the Iraq War], found political credibility, but now French politicians not only bow before America, but before the unclean, ominous Zionist regime. They belittle themselves, and are a disgrace for the French nation,” said Ayatollah Khamenei.


The Leader of the Islamic Revolution also said that Iran’s enemies believe they can bring the nation to its knees by imposing sanctions, continuing, "Sanctions will be ineffective. The Americans are aware of this, because they have always used military threats along with the sanctions,” which reflects the fact that sanctions cannot help them reach their goals.


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"They intend to ratchet up the pressure on Iran - but Iranians succumb to no one under pressure. ... They should know that the Iranian nation respects all nations, but we will slap all aggressors in the face in such a way that they will never forget it," Ayatollah Khamenei said.


He went to say that the military threats issued by the American president and other U.S. authorities are “hateful and disgusting” and that the enemies greatest error is "not learning from past mistakes."

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“Instead of issuing military threats against Iran, the U.S. president and other American officials should find a solution to their ruined economy and debts,” said the Leader, urging U.S. officials to resolve their own economic woes and prevent two-week government shutdowns from happening again.



Recounting a long litany of historic U.S. and Western crimes and current efforts to gain hegemony in the Middle East, Ayatollah Khamenei did say, however: "We want to have friendly relations with all nations, even the United States. We are not hostile to the American nation. They are like all other nations."


The Leader went on to say that contrary to the beliefs of certain people, leniency in terms of history doesn't mean giving up the ideals of the Islamic establishment and using artful maneuvers to achieve its objectives.


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