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Khamenei’s rep compares Iran’s regime to a horrified mouse before a cat

Ahmad Alamolhoda, representative of Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Mashhad, northeast Iran
Ahmad Alamolhoda, representative of Iranian regime Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in Mashhad, northeast Iran

Reported by PMOI/MEK



Iran, May 18, 2019Ahmad Alamolhoda, representative of Iranian regim supreme leader Ali Khamenei in the northeastern city of Mashhad, expressed the regime’s utter panic of facing the escalating crises choking the entire system.

Alamolhoda compared the regime’s status quo to a mouse trying to escape a chasing cat.

“The enemy wants to do something in order to frighten us. Have you ever seen a cat chasing a mouse? As soon as the mouse looks at the cat and sees its face, a startling fear overwhelms it. It freezes on the spot, even if it is a step away from its nest. Our duty is to try to control our fears and not to be afraid,” Alamolhoda continued to say.

In another part of his Friday prayer sermon in Mashhad, the mullah Alamalhoda also compared the regime to a dear escaping from a hound dog. Despite running fast, the hound dog couldn’t catch the dear, Alamalhoda explains. The dear turned back and told the dog, “You can’t catch me, because you are running to catch your prey, but I’m running for my life. That is why America cannot catch us.”

Pointing to the critical economic situation the mullahs are facing, Khamenei’s representative in Mashhad said, “Economic pressures, oil sanctions, banning us from selling oil, bank sanctions, banning us from dealing in international currency and business trades… with all these cruel economic pressures they want to force us to submit to them. The important thing is that we must not be afraid, we must not be afraid of their economic pressures nor their bullying on social media. They are trying to frighten us and force us to surrender, meaning to destroy ourselves.”

He also admitted to a series of defections by the regime’s officials.

“The first point is that our officials should not be afraid, don’t be horrified, and don’t become passive and frail. I told one of the officials last night that now that some have defected and can’t stand firm, you should stand firm and don’t look at them,” Alamolhoda said during the Friday prayer sermon, but addressing the regime’s officials trying to prevent further defections.