Iran’s Khamenei urges judiciary to support oppressed Kashmiris

Iran’s Khamenei urges judiciary to support oppressed Kashmiris

Tehran (Web Desk): Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has urged his country’s judiciary to internationally express support for Kashmiris who are fighting against Indian oppression in the occupied valley.

“It is highly important that Iran’s judiciary officials comment on international legal issues after closely examining them,” IRNA, Iran’s official news agency, quoted Khamenei as saying during a meeting with government heads and officials belonging to the judicial system.

“Regarding its legal position, Iran’s judiciary should enter international issues such as the sanctions, US confiscations of property, terrorism, the support for oppressed personalities like Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky [Nigerian Shia leader] or Muslims of Myanmar and Kashmir, and should express its firm support or opposition in order to be reflected globally,” Khamenei said.

 “Everyone should openly support people of Yemen, Bahrain and Kashmir: Ayatollah Khamenei,” read one of his official websites on June 26.