On Wednesday, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Khamenei mocked Trump in a Tweet message: If US has any power, they better manage their country, tackle #White Supremacy rather than meddle in nations’ affairs. #Charlottesville.
On Tuesday, Donald Trump in a press conference blamed both Friends of Israel who clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday. He called them trouble-makers and racists.
“You had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. Nobody wants to say it, but I will say it right now,” said Trump.
While pro-Israel Republican and Democrat leaders criticized Trump for blaming both sides – his ally, Benjamin Netanyahu, refused to condemn either the White supremacists protesters or the counter protest lead by rabbis. Some bloggers have claimed the event was a false flag planned and conducted by CIA.
This is not the first time Khamenei has mocked Trump and other Israeli poodles controlling Uncle Sam. On Christmas Eve, Iran’s Supreme Leader took to Twitter to show some facts. Hashtaging #Ferguson and #Gaza, he tweeted that if “Jesus were among us today he wouldn’t spare a second to fight the arrogant & support the oppressed.” He also shot off a few tweets hashtaging #BlackLivesMatter. Four days later, he commemorated the Wounded Knee massacre by asking on Twitter if killing millions of Native Americans and enslaving Africans constitute American values?
Ayatullah Ali Khamenei, former 2-term president of Islamic Republic of Iran before becoming country’s Supreme Leader in 1989, is the only Muslim world leader who have stood fast for the oppressed Muslims in Palestine, Kashmir, Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Chechnya and around the world.
Khamenei’s moral support for Lebanese Islamic Resistance Hizbullah, Hamas and Syrian president Bashar al-Assad has long pissed-off the organized Jewry. In 2014, ADL wrongfully accused him of denying the Holocaust.
Khamenei is a great supporter of women’s rights. He has called them being stronger than men. He has always supported the religious freedom for non-Muslim minorities such as Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians. Both Christian (2.5 million) and Jewish (30,000) communities have reserved seats in the Majlis (parliament).