Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei on Monday asked his nation’s legal to stretch out help to “mistreated” Muslims in Kashmir, news office IRNA detailed.
Khamenei approached the Iranian legal to solidly pronounce support or restriction to legitimate and helpful issues, for example, approvals, psychological warfare and abused individuals on the planet, keeping in mind the end goal to mirror its position on them “all through the world”.
Khamenei had met with government heads and authorities having a place with the legal framework.
The Iranian pioneer likewise approached the legal to help Sheik Zakzaky, a Nigerian Shia researcher who had been confined by the administration.
Prior, Khamenei had, amid an Eidul Fitr sermon, called upon the Muslim world to help the mistreated individuals of Bahrain, Yemen and Kashmir, in what is accepted to be the first occasion when he openly called for help for Kashmir in seven years.
The last time he talked about Kashmir, the Indian government had formally held up a challenge with Tehran.
Khamenei in 2010 had stated: “The significant obligations of the first class of the Islamic Ummah is to give assistance to the Palestinian country and the assaulted individuals of Gaza, to identify and give help to the countries of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq and Kashmir, to participate in battle and resistance against the animosities of the United States and the Zionist administration.”
Attacks by the Islamic State militant group in Europe and elsewhere show that Western policies in the Middle East have backfired, Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Sunday.
“Today, Daesh (IS) is being pushed out from its birthplace in Iraq and Syria and is moving to other countries — Afghanistan, Pakistan and even the Philippines and European countries,” Khamenei said in a televised speech.