Khamenei: What is happening in Syria is a war between colonialism and supporting resistance

TEHRAN– Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei said that what is currently taking place in Syria is a war between the front of colonialism on one side and the front of supporting the resistance on the other.

During a meeting with Lebanese religious scholars in Tehran on Tuesday, Khamenei said that the Syrian people are the ones bearing the effects of this war, meaning that the ones suffering the most losses and damage are the very ones whom the colonialist countries claim to want to help and liberate.

He affirmed absolute conviction that this ordeal will pass and that the Syrian people will overcome it.

Similarly, during his meeting with the Lebanese Scholar, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said that Iran is maintaining contact with many countries, particularly Turkey, to resolve the crisis in Syria, voicing hope that a solution that satisfies all sides in Syria will be reached. Continue reading

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards in ‘DEFCON 1’

Iran Reportedly Prepares for Attack

By Kurt Nimmo


Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s spiritual leader, issued a directive to the heads of all the country’s military, intelligence and security organisations to take all necessary measures to protect the regime

Intelligence sources are reporting the movement of long-range missile batteries inside Iran, a move seen as preparation for an attack, according to a story carried by the Telegraph on Monday.

The British newspaper also reported Iran’s Revolutionary Guard heightened its alert level.

Mohammed Ali Jaafari, Revolutionary Guard commander, gave a command to raise operational readiness on the basis of “potential external strikes and covert attacks.” The command included moving missile batteries into “key defensive position.”

“There is deep concern within the senior leadership of the Iranian regime that they will be the target of a surprise military strike by either Israel or the US.,” a senior Western intelligence official toldthe newspaper.

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