The interim leader of this week’s rituals of Tehran Friday prayers, Ayatollah Kashani referred to Trump’s speech at UNGA and referendum in Kurdistan.
Ayatollah Emami Kashani led this week’s rituals of Friday prayers in Tehran and during the second sermon touched upon Trump’s address at the UN General Assembly.
The Iranian cleric voiced his anger about Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric and highlighted that the reason which drives the American president to use such a rude rhetoric against Iran is the etiquette of selflessness, martyrdom, and braveness among the youth in Iran.
“These thugs who are joined by the Zionists and Saudi Arabia also supports them are angry on martyrdom and braveness and their anger proves how inferior they are,” asserted the Iranian senior cleric.
“About the JCPOA, our government is firmly opposing US approach and our leader also said that we would fire the deal [if the Americans scrap it],” underlined the Iranian figure, touching upon Trump’s repeated rhetoric of threatening to withdraw from the deal. “If it was not for martyrdom we were unable to speak so bravely,” he maintained.
“Dear Kurd brothers and sisters you have to be responsible toward the posterity and answer why you initiated the disintegration of Iraq and sparked new wars,” Ayatollah Kashani articulated, referring to the referendum of independence held in Iraqi Kurdistan, “the advocates of the referendum were connected to the Israeli regime.”
He called upon the Kurdish citizens of Iraq no to be fooled with the deceptive plots laid by cross-regional powers who are seeking the secession of Iraq, “Don’t bind with the Israeli regime and fight against the plot layers,” he addressed the Kurds.