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Ayatullah Ali Khamenei Speeches English Subtitles

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Assalmo alekum brother / sisters

 

In this thread we would post the links of the speeches of our beloved Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei with English subtitles. This aim is to seek guidance through upcoming speeches and messages of the leader and to facilitate transmission of his message to vast audience who can understand english. At this time, there are many important messages from leader's speeches through we which we may benefit. You are requested and most welcome to post any other video links of the leader that are in english subitles. Inshallah we will greatly benefit. Thanks

 

I will start by posting the important current speeches of the leader subtitled in English. Please find below

 

 


Eid Prayers Sermon [English Subtitles] 9th August 2013

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwIqxbAk4h4

 

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Leader's Speech at Inauguration of Islamic Awakening and Ulama Conference 29th April 2013 [English Subtitles]

 

LINK

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuf05gIIMkQ

 

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Ayatullah Khamenei's Speech to Students 28th July 2013 [English Subtitles]

 

 

LINK

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZ36xBCINCs

 

 

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Speech to Government Officials and Participants of Conference on Islamic Unity 29th January 2013 [English Subtitles]

 

LINK

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRDg7J64sW4

 

 

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I just listened to the first one

 

 

expecting... hoping... for good things to ease my understanding.  The first half was ok, but then...

well here is my reaction as I listened.

 

I'm sorry but I can't see Khamenei as anything but a fitna monger.  His words do nothing to quell feelings of unrest among people, but only to stir them up.  He speaks such negatives, instead of speaking positives of hope of things taking place, and prayer for a good outcome.  How can there ever be peace when in the minds of the people there is no hope of peace?

He feeds such garbage to the minds of these people.  He does not feed them peaceful, hopeful thoughts, things that would encourage peace in their hearts.

I do not hear this kind of talk that he refers to from the leaders of my country.... that they don't want to let Iraq come to peace... what nonsense... that 'they watch this situation with satisfaction and feel comfort'... what garbage.  Who is 'they'?  Not me, and not my country.  He has a very distorted view of the world... perhaps because he can not understand what it means to be free.
Leaders of other countries know that it serves no benefit to anyone when any nation's infrastructure is damaged and those nations become unstable.  It is not the desire of any other nation to see this.  What nonsense he speaks.
Muslims living in western nations ought to know and see this... and they ought to try to enlighten their misinformed brothers who listen to this kind of talk from their leader.

I can agree with his one prayer...
"Dear God awaken us from ignorance"
I pray that too...

then he goes on to say 'Dear God cut off the hands'...
and other words of war... that incite to constant war.
Why not try a message of peace... encourage education, and use of words and negotiation and discussion, rather than speaking against these things?  Encourage people to have some hope without being at constant war.

 

That was my reaction.

I much prefer the kinds of words that Martin Luther King Jr. used to encourage his people.

 

In the process of gaining our rightful place, we must not be guilty of wrongful deeds. Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred. We must forever conduct our struggle on the high plane of dignity and discipline. We must not allow our creative protest to degenerate into physical violence. Again and again, we must rise to the majestic heights of meeting physical force with soul force.

The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny.

 

 

 

Salaam and blessings on the world... it is needed,

CLynn

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 When there is either the motivation to control a country (as is the case in Iraq),

 

Greetings baradar,

 

Would you like to tell me just what it is you think is being 'controlled', or can be controlled by an outside nation?

 

"Perhaps because he can not understand what it means to be free."

 

Oh so you're bringing that back? You're bringing back the "They're just jealous of our freedom!" slogan? It's this type of narcissistic self-obsession that results in such an ignorant worldview.

 

and know it has nothing to do with jealousy...

I am making a statement about how people raised outside of a culture can have no understanding of that culture....

How people can have entirely different views of the world based on their own experiences and how they are raised.

 

Salaam,

CLynn

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^ What is there to control in Iraq? There are many things. The most obvious (and generally accepted) thing, is: energy resources. Iraq has energy resources. What makes you think the US and Europe don't want their energy resources? Do you know how many crises in the region has been the result of energy resources and the fight to control them? Have you ever heard of the Anglo-Iranian oil company? I mean this point is so obvious I don't know why I'm saying them. Do you honestly think no country has ever controlled another country? Are you THAT lost? The entire history of the world has consisted of the rise and fall of empires and the subjugation of other peoples at the hands of these empires.

 

The other point, which you probably won't buy (but who cares what you think, anyway): Iraq has potentials in the higher, spiritual sense. Iraq is a fairly large country with a strong majority of the population being the Shia of Amir al-Momineen (AS). And this creates many possibilities, in terms of academic affairs and moral/cultural affairs.

 

As for your second comment, if you are trying to suggest that the Leader was raised in a very closed environment and is thus ignorant of the outside world... no. You're wrong. He has a lot of experiences in travels as well as in his studies. This is a man who has seen the inside of a prison and has experienced torture. A man who doesn't initiate wars from an armchair but who as PRESIDENT of his country, experienced war and was maimed. A man who has studied within his country and outside of his country. A man who is just as comfortable reciting majlis for ahlul bayt, as he is talking about the theories of Jean Paul Sartre and the like. He is not some narrow-minded buffoon. YOU are the narrow-minded buffoon. He just so happens to be an anti-imperialist (which, by the way, he shares in common with the overwhelming majority of the world population)... something you confuse for being violent or warmongering.

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^ What is there to control in Iraq? There are many things. The most obvious (and generally accepted) thing, is: energy resources. Iraq has energy resources. What makes you think the US and Europe don't want their energy resources? Do you know how many crises in the region has been the result of energy resources and the fight to control them? Have you ever heard of the Anglo-Iranian oil company?

 

Greetings baradar,

 

Yes, but does it really matter which governing power?  They are still going to sell oil because that is where the country's money comes from.

If there is a power battle in the country it is only within that country... and those who seek to have the power and be in control.

Define the battle for me.

 

I have not heard of the Anglo-Iranian oil company.  Enlighten me.

 

Do you honestly think no country has ever controlled another country?

 

Yes, it was quite obvious when England controlled Ireland and Scotland, and India, and S. Africa... and the american colonies.  It was obvious. :)

 

Salaam,

CLynn

 

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Yes, it was quite obvious when England controlled Ireland and Scotland, and India, and S. Africa.  It was obvious. :)

 

OK, good.

 

FYI South Africa was controlled by the Dutch.

 

Greetings baradar,

 

Yes, but does it really matter which governing power?  They are still going to sell oil because that is where the country's money comes from.

If there is a power battle in the country it is only within that country... and those who seek to have the power and be in control.

Define the battle for me?

 

I have not heard of the Anglo-Iranian oil company.  Enlighten me.

 

No.

 

No.

 

CLynn, just because oil is the major export of a country, does not mean it makes no difference which government governs over the country.

 

The Anglo-Iranian oil company was the oil company which (effectively) owned Iran. Today it goes by the name "British Petroleum." During the early 1950s, the oil nationalization movement took shape, who had the simple aim of expelling the AIOC and nationalizing the Iranian oil industry. The CIA and MI6 invested resources into overthrowing a government which sought to nationalize the oil industry, and reinstalling Mohammad Reza Shah. So how can you say it makes no difference? By their actions, the US and Britain have effectively announced: "Yes, it does make a difference. We want that oil." (much like President Black Bush said in his infamous gaffe).

 

In case you are wondering why, just think a little bit. What benefits would it hold to control the natural resources you want, as opposed to being at the mercy of someone else? Isn't it BLEEDING OBVIOUS? Why are foreign multinationals in control of Iraq's oil resources? It is to prevent any possibility of the Iraqi people trying to use their oil resources as a political leverage tool.

 

Another issue is the issue of the very concept of exporting oil. Meaning, it is not enough to control one's own oil resources. One needs the industrial capacity to refine the oil and to produce various petrochemicals. Did you know (which I am sure you didn't), that until very recently, Iran would import petrol? Iran would export crude, import petrol at a high price, and then put it in the consumer market at an artificially low price. It was a heavy burden on the economy.

 

So yes, it does make a difference. And no, it is not an internal power struggle.

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OK, good.

 

FYI South Africa was controlled by the Dutch.

 

 

No.

 

No.

 

CLynn, just because oil is the major export of a country, does not mean it makes no difference which government governs over the country.

 

The Anglo-Iranian oil company was the oil company which (effectively) owned Iran. Today it goes by the name "British Petroleum." During the early 1950s, the oil nationalization movement took shape, who had the simple aim of expelling the AIOC and nationalizing the Iranian oil industry. The CIA and MI6 invested resources into overthrowing a government which sought to nationalize the oil industry, and reinstalling Mohammad Reza Shah. So how can you say it makes no difference? By their actions, the US and Britain have effectively announced: "Yes, it does make a difference. We want that oil." (much like President Black Bush said in his infamous gaffe).

 

In case you are wondering why, just think a little bit. What benefits would it hold to control the natural resources you want, as opposed to being at the mercy of someone else? Isn't it BLEEDING OBVIOUS? Why are foreign multinationals in control of Iraq's oil resources? It is to prevent any possibility of the Iraqi people trying to use their oil resources as a political leverage tool.

 

Another issue is the issue of the very concept of exporting oil. Meaning, it is not enough to control one's own oil resources. One needs the industrial capacity to refine the oil and to produce various petrochemicals. Did you know (which I am sure you didn't), that until very recently, Iran would import petrol? Iran would export crude, import petrol at a high price, and then put it in the consumer market at an artificially low price. It was a heavy burden on the economy.

 

So yes, it does make a difference. And no, it is not an internal power struggle.

 

Shukran, baradar, that was helpful.

 

Thoughts:

 

... but there is never really any guarantee is there?  A ruler can change his mind at any time.

 

... so this is what they are referring to every time I hear the words, 'protecting our interests'

 

If you invested alot of capital into another country you would want to protect your investments woudn't you?

 

note:  I don't know what the replies of no, and no, were in reference to.

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Mahdaviat- Faith in the re-appearance of Imam a.s - Ayatullah Ali Khamenei Important words - Must Listen [English Sub]

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDqtrnUDdXo

 

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=b73f9076c2d8330ebe92

 

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Speech at Quranic Meeting- Establishing Familiarity with Holy Quran - Ayatullah Ali Khamenei -Farsi Sub English july 2012

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXzPCt0zNII

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=679e15f18be692bf3ee4

 

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On the Occasion of Prophet Muhammad [s.w.a ] Baisat / Mab'ath - Ayatullah Ali Khamenei  [English Sub] - June 2012

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJOkuztaj_U

 

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Milad/Birthday of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) and Imam Sadi a.s- Ayatullah Khamenei Speech Farsi Sub English 10th February 2012 [English Subtitles]

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcaCt2XUVy4

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=83817cb892120dcd23de

 

 

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Ayatullah Khamenei Speech to Thousands of Basij 20th November 2013 -Recommend as a Must Listen -[English Sub]

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNN1hwiXXtc

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=f52952c180b60caa681b

 

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[English Sub] Ayatullah Khamenei's Message to Islamic Ummah on Birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad [s.a.w] and Imam Sadiq a.s

 

Delivered on February 21, 2011

 

LINK

 

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[English Subtitles] Eid Ghadir Speech - Qualities of Imam Ali a.s Ayatullah Khamenei - Must Listen

 

Delivered on 6th dec 2009

 

 

 

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[English Subtitles] Imam Ali a.s Birth Anniversary Ayatullah Ali Khamenei Speech

Delivered on 6th july 2009

 

LINK

 

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[English Sub] Conference on' Women and Islamic Awakening' Ayatullah Ali Khamenei Speech

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6qV6k1_nKM

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=eb53ae7a9ad6307ebda3

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[English Sub] Increasing familiarity with Holy Quran - Islamic Unity - Ayatullah Ali Khamenei Speech

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T73IlyqCuCo

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=a0a0ebc469aff4685c92

 

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[English Subtitles] Speech at meeting people of Qom - Ayatullah Khamenei - 10Jan14 - Farsi Sub English

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4bH17xQ_BI

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=1ef653f6992c36460617

 

 

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19th January 2014

 

 

[English Sub] Islamic Unity Conference -Birthday of Prophet & Imam Sadiq A.S - Syed Ali Khamenei - Farsi Sub English

 

 

Link

 

http://www.shiatv.net/view_video.php?viewkey=05a9269874b27a5db6e5

 

 

 

 

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