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Khudayar

Sunni Leader of Iraq on the Islamic Republic

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"They call me hypocrite but by God I am not one and I thank God for this blessing.

Today, for me, the hand of an Iraqi shiite person -whether be it clean or not- is worth all the hands in the West. I only shake hands with the people of Iraq. I only lend a helping hand for the oppressed Iraqis.

While American regime was committing crimes in abu ghraib and while it was attacking men and women of Iraq, I was visiting America. And I was condemning the people who were visiting Iran.

But today (I now realize that) Iran is a blessing and honour for the world, even with just its name; the Islamic Republic. We call Saudi (Arabia) the Saudi but we call Iran the Islamic Republic. Whether the world accepts it or not (it truly is the Islamic Republic).

Let me give you an example; a man might be a Muslim though his name is Esrail; likewise a man might be a Jew or a Christian though his name is Muhammad. But about Iran it is not so. Iran is faithful to its name; the Islamic Republic.

Islam is incarnate with the Islamic Republic.

I approve "the Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought" and I want to be closer to the shias.

Representing the Supreme Council of Islamic Jurists in Iraq, I will visit the Islamic Republic and we are proud of it.

While they (the traitors) visit America and Israel and they say they are proud of it, they have no shame. (So, why would we feel ashamed to visit the Islamic Republic)"

Edited by Khudayar

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Positive. The Islamic Republic of Iran is not only here for Shia's or only muslims.

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Just a minor correction here:

"While American regime was committing crimes in abu ghraib and while it was attacking men and women of Iraq, I was visiting America. And I was condemning the people who were visiting Iran."

Should be:

"But I won't be like some who take pride in visiting the US after it did what it did in Abu Ghraib and insult Iran"

 

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