Iran’s Khamenei compares US cops with ISIS

ayatollahkhamenei[1]On June 4, 2015, millions of Iranians marked the 26th anniversary of death of Imam Khomeini, the founder of the modern Islamic State of Iran in 1979. Tens of thousands attended the main event at Imam’s mausoleum in Tehran. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei and Imam Khomeini’s grandson Hojjatoleslam Seyyed Hassan Khomeini spoke at the ceremony.

Ayatullah Khamenei gave his views on several topics Iranian nation is facing on daily basis – from possible US-Iran nuclear deal by the end of this month, to the ISIS, given birth by the US and Israel. He also reaffirmed that Iran will never stop supporting Palestinian nation’s rights to recover its ancestral land stolen from them by the alien Zionist Jews.

Khamenei also repeated one of Imam Khomeini’s principles of the 1979 Islamic Revolution: “International solidarity with oppressed people everywhere.”

What I found unique in his speech was his criticism of anti-Black racism among American security agencies.

Commenting on American police racism and brutality against Afro-American people (21% of total US population) – Khameini compared it to the western supported ISIS thugs.

Today, we are as much opposed to the savage and oppressive behavior of DAESH (the so-called “Islamic State”) in Iraq and Syria as we are to the oppressive behavior of America’s Federal Police inside their own country. Both of them are the same,” he said.

There is no denying to the fact that the US internal security agencies receive anti-mob training in Israel and locally – all funded by pro-Israel Jewish groups. Abraham Foxman and his ADL group have always supported police brutality against Black and other ethnic minorities.

It’s reported that ISIS ringleader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, a Crypto-Jews, received military training in Israel.

It’s reported that one Black person is killed every 28 hours by police in the US.


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