Publish date12 Jun 2024 - 18:32
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Ayatollah Khamenei's letter to American students sets new records

A senior academic from Tehran University has revealed that a recent letter from the Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khamenei to American students has shattered previous records for social media engagement linked to him.
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The conference, held at Tehran University, featured several prominent figures. Acting President Mohammad Mokhbar, in a letter read by Minister of Science Mohammad Ali Zulfigol, emphasized the Leader's call for American students to reflect on the West's shortcomings and the rise of terrorism in West Asia.

Professor Ramon Grosfoguel from the University of California, Berkeley, also spoke, commending the strategic approach of Ayatollah Khamenei's letter regarding Palestine. He suggested that the liberation of Palestine could be a precursor to global decolonization efforts.
Mohammad Reza Mokhber Dezfouli, head of the Academy of Sciences of the Islamic Republic of Iran, noted that the letter has sparked new questions about justice among American students. He emphasized that these inquiries, driven by innate purity, align with the leadership's focus on supporting the oppressed and opposing tyranny.
Saeedreza Ameli, a member of the Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, highlighted the Leader's efforts to inspire resistance movements in Europe and America. He praised the American youth for their readiness to confront oppressive systems, noting that all three of Ayatollah Khamenei's recent letters stress the importance of the Palestinian issue.
The latest letter from Ayatollah Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei to American university students has drawn extensive coverage from international media, both in the Arab world and the West. In his message, Ayatollah Khamenei told protesting students across the United States that they are "on the right side of history" in their defense of Palestinians and their demands for an end to Israel’s actions in Gaza.
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