The representative of prominent Bahraini cleric Sheikh Issa Ahmed Qassem in Iran praised a recent letter by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution to Western youth as an indication of Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei’s insight into the world’s ongoing developments.
Ayatollah Khamenei’s second letter to the youth in the West was released on November 29, following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.
In this letter, the Leader urged the young people in the West to help pave the ground for enhanced interaction with the Muslim world.
The letter demonstrated Imam Khamenei’s insight into developments in today’s world and Western societies, Sheikh Abdullah al-Daqqaq said on Saturday.
“We are witnessing numerous incidents happening in Europe, and Ayatollah Khamenei’s letter showed that the Leader is fully informed of the events occurring in European and Islamic societies,” he added.
He said the letter also indicates the Leader’s great concern for the problems of Islamic Ummah (society) and its future.
The recent letter was written less than a year after Ayatollah Khamenei's first letter to Western youth earlier in January, where the Leader introduced a true image of Islam to youths in Europe and North America, and elaborated on the reasons behind West’s effort to spread Islamophobia.