Because of our combined Jewish and Christian
heritage, blessed as God's people being
descendants of Abraham through his son Isaac,
(The bloodline of Jesus.) makes us the
direct enemy of Satan. But a change is
coming that will fool the world into believing
this regime has had a change of heart.
Yes, the world is witnessing the Book of
Revelation unfold before our very eyes. We will
soon see (after the ramping up of violence and
the imposing threat of the destruction of
Israel) a peacemaker from the Islamic community
rise to power and make peace with Israel. It
wont be Khamenei. In fact he'll probably lose
his power in the transition, aiding the masking
of the new, peaceful face of Islam, and it's
true Supreme Leader, Satan incarnate.
Please be assured this opinion does not condemn
the people of the Iran or of the Muslim
persuasion. Only the real demonic power behind
their leaders. We state and believe that Jesus
Christ died and redeemed ALL mankind so He could
choose those He wants to share eternity with.
Our duty as Christians is to treat every person
the same. Equally covered by the blood of
Jesus Christ. Peace Out!
Ayatolla Ali Khamenei
biblical reality regarding the Supreme Leader of Iran,
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Hosseini Khamenei is this man is
most certainly an anti-Christ figure possessed by
Satanic demons. The Islamic Muslim religion is directly
connected to the geographical area known as Babylon.
It's from Babylon that practices of idol worship and
false gods (Allah) sprang, and have been a thorn in the
side of Judaism and Christianity throughout the last
6000 years. (Listen to
The Last Days teaching for more info.) So what can be
expected from this man and the Islamic Revolution?
The world can expect Iran's ruling party to continue
their hatred of Israel, Great Britain, and America. They
simply can't help it. Why?
But the reality is that homosexuality has become
a serious challenge, pain and unsolvable problem
for the intellectuals in the west."
In 2007, Iranian police under the direction of
Khamenei launched a "Public Security Plan",
arresting dozens of "thugs" to increase public
security. The arrested "thugs" are sometimes
beaten on camera in front of neighborhood
inhabitants, or forced to wear hanging watering
cans used for lavatory ablutions around their
necks. During the first three months of the
campaign, 62,785 women were stopped by police in
Tehran for not strictly adhering to Islamic
dress code. Of these, 1,837 were arrested.
Opposition to the United States
Khamenei has been described as consistent in his
opposition to the United States and the Western
World in general, reportedly including this
theme into his speeches no matter whether the
topic is foreign policy, agriculture or
education. He has declared that it is "clear
that conflict and confrontation between" Islamic
Republic of Iran and the U.S. "is something
natural and unavoidable" since the United States
"is trying to establish a global dictatorship
and further its own interests by dominating
other nations and trampling on their rights."
However, while "cutting ties with America is
among our basic policies," and "any relations
would provide the possibility to the Americans
to infiltrate Iran and would pave the way for
their intelligence and spy agents," Khamenei
holds the door open to relations with the U.S.
at some future date, saying "we have never said
that the relations will remain severed forever.
Undoubtedly, the day the relations with America
prove beneficial for the Iranian nation I will
be the first one to approve of that." However,
in a speech to Iranian students on October 29,
2008, which was quoted on Iranian TV (as
translated by MEMRI), Khamenei stated that "the
Iranian people's hatred for America is profound.
The reason for this [hatred] is the various
plots that the U.S. government has concocted
against Iran and the Iranian people in the past
50 years. The Americans have not only refused to
apologize for their actions, but have continued
with their arrogant actions."
On June 4, 2006, Khamenei said that Iran would
disrupt energy shipments from the Persian Gulf
region (about 20% of the world's daily supply of
oil passes from the Persian Gulf through the
Strait of Hormuz very close to Iran's coast)
should the country come under attack from the
US, insisting that Tehran will not give up its
right to produce nuclear fuel.
On September 14, 2007, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
(on 1st Friday prayer of Ramadan) predicted that
George Bush and American officials will one day
be tried in an international criminal court to
be held "accountable" for the U.S.-led invasion
of Iraq. He has also blamed the United
States for "blind terrorism" after its invasion
of Iraq. He asserts that the United States is
the main cause of insecurity in Iraq.
On March 21, 2009, a day after US President
Barack Obama unprecedentedly offered Iran a "new
beginning" of diplomatic engagement between the
two old foes, Khamenei said "A change of US
"words" was not enough and added: "We will watch
and we will judge (the new US administration)
... You change, our behavior will change."
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Hosseini Khamenei also known as
Ali Khamenei, is an Iranian politician and cleric. He
has been Supreme Leader of Iran since 1989 and before
that was president of Iran from 1981 to 1989. He has
been described as one of only three people having
"important influences" on the Islamic Republic of Iran,
the other two being Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, leader
of the revolution, and Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi
Rafsanjani, president of Iran for much of the 1990s.
Currently, Khamenei is the commander-in-chief of the
armed forces of Iran.
In February 2004 Parliament elections, the Council of
Guardians, a council of twelve members, half of whom are
appointed by Khamenei, disqualified thousands of
candidates, including many of the reformist members of
the parliament and all the candidates of the Islamic
Iran Participation Front party from running. It did not
allow 80 members of the 6th Iranian parliament
(including the deputy speaker) to run in the election.
The conservatives won about 70% of the seats. The
parliamentary election held on February 20, 2004 in Iran
was a key turning point in that country's political
evolution. The election marked the conclusive end of the
campaign for political and social reform initiated by
Mohammad Khatami after he was elected president in a
landslide vote in May 1997.
During the 2005 presidential election, Khamenei's
comments about importance of fighting corruption, being
faithful to the ideals of the Islamic revolution, as
well as on the superior intelligence and dynamism of
those who studied engineering, were interpreted by some
as a subtle endorsement of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (who had
a Ph.D. in traffic engineering). After the election and
until recently Khamenei was outspoken in his support for
Ahmadinejad, and "defended him publicly in ways which he
never" had reformist president Khatami. Khamenei would
later certify the results of the 2009 Iranian
During the 2009 Iranian election protests, Mousavi met
Khamenei; during the meeting, Khamenei said, "By Allah's
favor, the presidential election was accurately held,
and the current matters should be pursued legally."
Interpretation of Islamic law
In 2000, Ali Khamenei sent a letter to the Iranian
parliament forbidding the legislature from debating a
revision of the Iranian press law. He wrote: "The
present press law has succeeded to a point in preventing
this big plague. The draft bill is not legitimate and in
the interests of the system and the revolution." His
use of "extra-legislative power" has been criticized
widely by reformists and opposition groups. In reaction
to the letter, some Parliament members voiced outrage
and threatened to resign. Kayhan and Jomhuri-ye Eslami
are two newspapers published under the management of
In late 1996, following a fatwa by Khamenei stating that
music education corrupts the minds of young children,
many music schools were closed and music instruction to
children under the age of 16 was banned by public
establishments (although private instruction continued).
Khamenei stated, "The promotion of music [both
traditional and Western] in schools is contrary to the
goals and teachings of Islam, regardless of age and
level of study."
In July 2007, Khamenei criticized Iranian women's rights
activists and the Convention on the Elimination of All
Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW): "In our
country ... some activist women, and some men, have been
trying to play with Islamic rules in order to match
international conventions related to women," Khamenei
said. "This is wrong." Khamenei made these comments two
days after Iranian women's rights activist Delaram Ali
was sentenced to 34 months of jail and 10 lashes by
Iran's judiciary works under the auspices of the
supreme leader and is independent from the
government. Khamenei claims that "Today,
homosexuality is a major problem in the western world.
They [western nations] however ignore it.
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