Even if Iran retreats, arrogant powers' hostility toward it will continue

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, has stated that the arrogant powers will not relent in their hostility toward the Iranian nation even if the country softens its posture, stressing that they desire a dependent and obedient Iran.

Iran (IMNA) - Ayatollah Khamenei made the statements on Sunday at Imam Khomeini's Mausoleum in southern Tehran while speaking to tens of thousands of Iranians who had gathered to observe the 34th anniversary of the late leader's death.

"Our retreats will not end the enmity of Arrogance against Iran's nation." Our withdrawals frequently pushed them to come forward and become more aggressive. "Our enemies are not satisfied with our retreats; they want to return Iran to its pre-revolutionary state," he declared.

The leader emphasized that they desired a "subservient" and "identityless" Iran.

The enemy aims to "disappoint" Iranian youths by drawing attention to issues in the nation, according to Ayatollah Khamenei.

The Leader described Imam Khomeini as "one of the preeminent figures in our history, and not just in our time. " Such individuals "cannot be erased from the memory of history… and cannot be removed or distorted," the leader insisted.

He praised Imam Khomeini's leadership in a number of areas, including religion, law, philosophy, theoretical mysticism, faith, and piety, saying that none of Iran's notable figures had all these qualities simultaneously.

Nearly ten years after the Islamic Revolution triumphed and overthrew the US-backed Pahlavi regime in Iran, headed by Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, also known as the Shah, Imam Khomeini passed away in 1989 at the age of 86.

For several years, Imam Khomeini lived in exile in Iraq, Turkey, and France. During this time, he led a growing movement of people who eventually overthrew the Shah and established the Islamic Republic.

After a referendum in which more than 98 percent of Iranians who could vote declared "yes" to the Islamic Republic, he established it.

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