|‘Enemies trying to create social crisis in Iran’||
TEHRAN - Iranian Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi said on Sunday that the Western intelligence agencies that participated in the sedition of 2009 have carefully reviewed the factors behind their failure and are planning to create another type of instability, like a social crisis, in Iran.
He said that the enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran are conducting a propaganda campaign against the country in order to give the impression that Iran’s system is ineffective and inefficient.
He went on to say that the enemies who have a problem with the system of velayat-e faqih (rule by the supreme jurisprudent) in Iran want to convince Iranian citizens that the country’s system is inefficient because it is the velayat-e faqih system.
One of the enemies’ objectives is to foment discontent among the Iranian people, he said, adding that the enemies are now training some youths to spark street clashes in the country.
“The enemies intend to sow discord between the Iranian nation and government… however, we should comprehensively counter their plots,” he stated.
Commenting on the Islamic Awakening wave rolling across the region, Moslehi said that the enemies do not want Iran to be a role model for regional countries, and hence they have invented “the phenomenon of Iranophobia.”
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