Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi stated on Friday that the United States will stoke the fires of war and bring about bloodshed all over the world. President Raisi emphasized that today is the day to fight global arrogance, adding that it is selfishness and selfishness, in his address to the rally attendees on National Student Day, the anniversary of the former US Embassy’s opening.
He said that the American establishment’s arrogance, which Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic, referred to as “the great evil,” is represented by and a symbol today.
The president of Iran has stated that the United States is ready to kill many people worldwide for its benefit.
He added that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not be its “milk cow” and that Iran gained its freedom 43 years ago.
The President stated, pointing out that Iran, a great nation, has prioritized the fight against tyranny and colonialism in its glorious revolution: The fight against colonialism will remain incomplete without information regarding Imam Khomeini’s lineage on November 11.
Ayatollah Rishi spoke at a ceremony to commemorate National Anti-Arrogance Day before noon on Friday, stating that Islamic religious culture emphasizes avoiding arrogance, pride, and selfishness: I was. Even though he is pharaonic, he only thinks about himself and his own needs, even when the needs of a lot of people are at risk or lost.
The president stated, pointing out that the Holy Quran, imams, and religious leaders caution everyone against arrogance and pharaohs: Pride not only leads to an individual’s downfall but also to the demise of society.
President Rishi stated, “The United States ruling system, which the late Imam Khomeini interpreted as the Great Satan, is the symbol and manifestation of arrogance today.” achieve that advantage.
In this way, the President brought the nation’s attention to the dangers of arrogance. The arrogant government has ended, but the fight against colonialism would not have been complete without a large student movement following Imam Khomeini’s example.
Ayatollah Rishi also viewed World Anti-Arrogance Day as a symbol of the great Iranian state’s authority and oppression, stating: Day to Fight Pride, Student Day, the Martyrdom of a Group of Dear Students, and the Movement’s Anniversary with Student Insight.
The president stated, “Whoever has the Tribune must clarify how Americans want to sow discord among nations to maintain control for as long as possible.”
According to Raisi, who carried out 62 coups and caused numerous deaths in the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, “if a list of global crimes and injustices were presented, the United States would be at the top of this list.” included on the list are actions carried out solely by the United States, such as those in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Vietnam. The president stated that the United States is leading these wars and the resulting bloodshed, adding: Examples include terrorism in many regions of the world, the enactment of sanctions systems against independent nations, particularly Iran, and many other crimes. of the United States’ arrogant behavior.
On Friday, November 4, nationwide demonstrations began in Tehran and 900 other Iranian cities to commemorate National Students’ Day, the anniversary of the former US Embassy’s opening.
Iranians hold rallies to celebrate Abang 13, which is Iran’s National Day to Combat Global Arrogance on November 4.
On November 4, 1979, Aban13, 1358 AH, Iranian students take over the US Embassy in Tehran. A group of Iranian students from high schools and universities was killed during a protest on the same day last year by security forces employed by the Shah government.
The Iranian people renewed their allegiance to the Islamic principles established by the late Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic revolution in Iran in 1979, during the national Aban 13 demonstration. They also demonstrated their hostility toward global hegemony.
Friday prayers will be held in Tehran by Muslim worshippers following the Aban13 gathering. Rally coverage is provided by more than 3,500 journalists and photographers across the country.