Speaking during a meeting with the director and the deputies of the office of punishments for the government of Mazandaran province in Sari, Hujjat al-Islam Ali Mo’allemi, the representative of the people of Mazandaran province in the Assembly of Experts, offered his condolences on the death anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad and the martyrdom anniversaries of Imam Ali al-Ridha and Imam Hasan al-Mujtaba and appreciated the presence of the people in in the November 4th protests, which marked the anniversary of the 1979 seizure of the American embassy in Tehran.
The Friday prayer of Qaemshahr, according to Rasa, expressed that the massive presence of the Iranian people in various arenas of the Islamic Revolution has always been accompanied by many messages and added, “The insight and vigilance of the Iranian nation has always been a model for many countries in the world.”
He pointed out that the massive movement of the Islamic Revolution also achieved victory through the presence of the people on the scene and added, “Today, the most important and largest source of support for the Islamic Revolution in all arenas is the people and we must be grateful to them for this.”
Hujjat al-Islam Mo’allemi said that if the people were not present on the scene, the enemies and the haters of the Islamic Revolution would achieve their goals and noted, “The people have always been a strong barrier against the conspiracies and influence of the enemies of the Islamic system of government.”
Emphasizing that at various levels, the enemies of the system have tried to create distrust among the people in regard to the system and the revolution, His Eminence added, “But the vigilance and insight of the people neutralized all their plots and plans, and today, there is a deep and strong bond between the people and the system.”
He argued that unfortunately, some weaknesses in the management of the country have caused economic problems in Iran and added, “If the officials paid more attention to the concerns and guidelines of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution [Ayatollah Khamenei], today the problems facing the country would not be at the level that they are now.”
Hujjat al-Islam Mo’allemi said that when Iran has massive resources and revolutionary manpower, we must not adhere to foreign powers and noted, “Unfortunately, from the beginning, some in the country were sympathetic to the West.”
He stated that we can resolve possible problems and crises through revolutionary management and correct thinking and noted, “Experiences have proven to us that dependency on the West has never been reassuring and has always been accompanied by many problems.”