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Iran's Supreme Leader "Will Not Give in to Documents Such as UNESCO's 2030 Agenda"

By INU Staff

INU - On Wednesday, Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, criticized President Hassan Rouhani for accepting the terms of the UNESCO 2030 Agenda agreement. He declared, “The fact that some people say this agreement is not binding is naïve. All aspects of this agreement are binding and if due action is not taken they will take action against us.” He added, “This is a very important issue, for some people to sit in the United Nations and establish an intellectual, cultural, scientific and practical system for all nations, to have the entire world think as they wish.”

Who was Ahmadinejad’s remarks aimed at? Khamenei or Rouhani?

As we close in to the sham presidential elections in Iran, former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has also entered the factional disputes and, as promised, has focused his attacks against other regime officials. There are speculations over his target being Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei or President Hassan Rouhani.

Khamenei Preemptively Threatens Citizens Against Criticizing Electoral Decision

 By INU Staff 

INU - On Wednesday, PanArmenian reported upon remarks that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei had made regarding the nation’s forthcoming presidential election, during his televised speech on the occasion of the Iranian New Year celebration of Nowruz. Khamenei said he would “confront anyone who wants to tamper with the results of the people’s vote,” and he went on to specifically connect this to the 2009 mass uprisings that resulted from accusations that the government had manipulated the outcome of that year’s election in order to preserve the presidency of the infamous hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

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