Iran’s Dictator Illness: Khamenei Emerges After Reports He’s ‘gravely Ill’!

The New York Times report claimed he was suffering from extreme stomach pains and is under the supervision of doctors.

The office of Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, released photos and video of Khamenei at an Arba’een ceremony on Saturday. Arba’een is a day to remember the death of Muhammad’s grandson, Al-Husayn ibn Ali. The New York Times reported the day before that Khamenei had become “gravely ill” and that his condition was critical last week.

The Times said that he had gotten better since then and was resting after surgery.

Four people close to the 83-year-old dictator told the New York Times that he had terrible stomach pains and a high fever and was being cared for by doctors.

According to the report, Khamenei’s office cancelled all of his meetings last week because his health was getting worse.

Iran’s Dictator Illness
Iran’s Dictator Illness

Khamenei is sick, and Iran’s nuclear talks are falling apart.
The news that the Iranian leader’s health was getting worse came at a time when the United States and other Western powers made it look like the Islamic Republic would not be able to get the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) back on track. This was because of the distance between the two sides during negotiations.

France, Germany, and the UK criticised Iran’s behaviour in the talks last week, saying that Iran “continues to escalate its nuclear programme way beyond any good reason for a civilian.”

Nasser Kanani, a spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry, said that the statement was “not constructive,” and he accused Europe of “taking a step toward Israel, which wants the nuclear talks to fail.”

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