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Iran’s leader urges new cabinet to fight “oppressive World Order”

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Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Aug. 30 – Iran’s Supreme Leader told the country’s newly-installed hard-line president and cabinet on Tuesday that one of the main tasks of the new government is to “wage a wise, professional and courageous struggle against the various aspects of the oppressive World Order”, the state-owned news agency FARS reported. Iran Focus

Tehran, Iran, Aug. 30 – Iran’s Supreme Leader told the country’s newly-installed hard-line president and cabinet on Tuesday that one of the main tasks of the new government is to “wage a wise, professional and courageous struggle against the various aspects of the oppressive World Order”, the state-owned news agency FARS reported.

In stinging remarks clearly aimed at the United States and its allies, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned that the government of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had “external opponents and adversaries, such as the dominating world powers, global tyrants, advocates of secularism, and international capitalists”.

“But more important than these foes are the internal enemies, who must be kept on a tight leash, so that the correct path and direction that has now been adopted do not become diverted”, Khamenei said, without elaborating who these enemies were.

“Ignore those who accuse you of such things as being fanatics”, Khamenei told members of a cabinet dominated by former Revolutionary Guards commanders and secret police officials. “Those who accuse the new government of fanaticism are acting more like fanatics, because they are fanatical in their defence of outdated and obsolete Western ideas and talks”.

The Supreme Leader praised Ahmadinejad for choosing justice as his campaign slogan and said, “When other good slogans such as progress and freedom and popular rule became dominant, justice faded in comparison, whereas no idea or slogan should overshadow justice”.

Ayatollah Khamenei said the government must not become passive in the face of “the prevailing political and economic domination of the world, but must confront the present situation with an active and dynamic approach”.

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