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Rafsanjani Sermon (Friday July 17th): Translations

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    Posting the translation (in chunks) here only - see http://iran.whyweprotest.net/news-c...vailable-but-need-time-channel-broadcast.html for live discussion and updates.

    [EDIT: The 'official' version of the NightOwl translation, from http://iran.whyweprotest.net/newsfeed/15071-rafsanjanis-friday-prayer-sermon.html is at the end of this thread]


    NiteOwl translating from phone on IRC

    (Prayers for Muslims)
    Before I give out the Khotba (speech of Friday), I must say that the people who have gathered in Tehran University and in streets,
    They should know that Friday prayers should not be tainted with slogans and chants that do not belong here.
    This is a sacred and an Islamic act.
    (More jargon)
    The enemies of Islam want to question the legitimacy and effectiveness of our regime.
    (Still jargon going on)
    The second part of my speech is about the revolution for which people did Jihad.
    I want to explain to the younger generation where we started and where we are going with the revolution
    The third part of my speech will be about the current situation of Iran.
    This will be my personal view,
    We are with you in your happiness and your grief.
    (bad connection)

    Nothing really important going on at this point.
    He's just speaking about the early days of the revolution.
    He's talking about how they opened up a school in Qom.
    He's basically just talking about the early revolution, Qom and such.
    he's just talking about the early history of Islam.
    Nothing really about the current situation. That is going to come at the end.
    He's only speaking about the early history of Islam. Completely irrelevant stuff.
    He's talking about how Mohammed built the first mosque in Madina.
    Now he's talking about he bought land in Medina to build the second Islamic mosque.
    (sounds like he's trying to go for the emotional appeal)
    Talking about Medina and the early days of Islam

    What we learn from government from Islam is this: Follow god and then there's the people.
    The Koran has Allah mentioned 3,000 times.
    And the word for people has been used 4 to 5 hundred times.
    What Mohammed did mostly was he created love and unity between the people.
    The first thing Mohammed did was he united all the tribes in Medina.
    Then he went to the people of other religions.
    When Jews, Christians and people of other religion came to Medina,
    He talked to all of them, and he created a unity within the city.
    He created a brotherhood between everyone inside the city.
    Between Muslims and non-Muslims.
    This was a pact between brothers, between different religions.
    This created eternal peace inside a small city.
    This small city was able to use this peace and topple gigantic empires.
    The government that Mohammed brought was unprecedented.
    There were governments, but they were autocracies and they acted against the people.
    Mohammed brought a government that was for the people, based on god's law.

    When Gabriel came to Mohammed and gave him the first words of the Koran,
    (Now reciting those first verses)
    This was when the future of Mohammed was cleared for him.
    (Explaining the verses)
    God created man and gave him understanding and the power to write.
    The power that gave us this ability,
    He tells us that we have him as the judge.
    And when we die, he will remember everything that we have done.
    Thus, we shouldn't be arrogant, we should consider god's creatures weak.
    Because He is the judge.
    (more religious jargon, talking about angels)

    Let us ask what sort of society the prophet wanted.
    Mohammed wanted all humans to have all the rights,
    He didn't want anyone's rights to be infringed upon.
    One of the last things he said before he died,
    He said, Oh people, I came to say Good Bye to you.
    If I have said something to you and I have not done it, please let me know.
    If I have taken something from you, then tell me so I could give it back.
    I don't want anything to be left for the afterlife.
    This is the kind of leader we have.
    He paved the way for Islamic unity.
    (recites a verse from the Koran)
    (Verse talks about unity of Muslims)
    God has put love between humans.
    It was god who created love between Muslims.

    That's how Mohammed created a society that was united as one.
    But when he was dying, he realized that this might come to an end.
    And that people might break apart and might create enemies with one another.
    (explains a couple of incidents that created rifts between earlier Muslims)
    Do know that Mohammed is the ideal for everyone,
    For all Muslims, for all humans.
    His life in Medina is the best example for how a government should operate.
    He fought along side his friends and his loved ones at times when he was being attacked from all sides.
    Then a day came when his friends captured the Empires of the Sassanids.
    But at the end of his life, he realized that there might be rifts between Muslims,
    And their unity might be in danger.
    In his ten years of prophecy, he created a system upon which we have based our own revolution.
    (phone cut off for a little)
    (Recites a verse) (reciting more verses)
    (Praying for the martyred members of Mohammed's family)

    This week, Imam Jafar Sadigh's martyrdom's celebration will be held.
    He spent his entire life either in prison or being censored.
    (Talking about Imam Jafar Sadigh's life and how pious a man he was)

    I want to talk about the death of the Chinese citizens recently,
    (People are chanting Azadi .. Azadi .. )
    People, I have asked you all to not chant slogans
    I am asking you as your Imam at this prayer,
    The government of China has quelled the protests.
    We would like to give them a brotherly advice,
    There are more than a billion Muslims in the world,
    China should pay attention to its relations between itself.
    Such cruelty could destroy those relations.
    There are fighting in Palestine and Pakistan and other places,
    Hopefully they will stop.

    The elections that took place,
    The preparations were good.
    We liked what went before the election,
    The four candidates,
    They talked in an open environment,
    People became hopeful about the elections,
    We should have been proud of this election,
    Because people went to vote, in large numbers,
    We should thank them for voting.
    For taking part in the election is such huge numbers,
    Alas, if only that environment continued to this day.
    What happened after the election was not what we expected it to be.
    Let us ask ourselves what we want,
    What does the revolution want?

    You are listening to someone who has been with the revolution every minute of the revolution
    We know what Imam Khomeini wanted,
    What his ideas were,
    Imam Khomeini always said that you should always listen to the people,
    See what the people want,
    If the people are with us, then we have everything.
    The Islamic Revolution was the way of Mohammed.
    People should be brought into the system first,
    This is why Imam Khomeini was successful.

    It took years of hardship for us to get to where we are.
    We remember when people filled the streets,
    When they took to protesting with the Imam Khomeini,
    Against a government that was getting help from the East and the West,
    But people stood firm.
    And they succeeded.
    After the success of the revolution,
    We were with Imam Khomeini,
    He always said that without the participation of the people the Islamic government would never be successful.
    The role that Imam gave the people was very high.
    (Story about Mohammed's late life about how important people are)
    (More religious jargon)

    When we were writing the new constitution,
    We asked the Imam for advice,
    He put a lot of emphasis on the role of the people.
    He also knew that people's vote was the most important thing inside our country.
    Everything depended upon the people's vote.
    People should directly elect the president, the parliament, the local council.
    It was all about the vote of the people.
    This is a theocracy,
    A theocratic republic.
    (People chanting)
    Be patient, be calm.
    If the government is not Islamic, then we are heading no where.
    If it is not a republic, then it doesn't amount to anything.


    (... continues ...)
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    The elections that took place,
    We have taken a step.
    What I think is the solution to what is going on is that, at the end of the process,
    There were people who created false propaganda,
    (People chanting REALLY loudly)
    A large number of people became suspicious,
    We need to clear their suspicions.

    Today, we need unity more than ever.
    Our country needs to be united against this danger.
    My brothers,
    My sisters,
    My view is this,
    We should all think together
    So our country could remain united,
    Against this danger that is facing us.
    Our enemies are trying to destroy our unity,

    I have several proposals for this,
    I have talked to my friends about this.
    I'm going to express them to you as well.

    The most important thing that has happened is that the trust that brought the people to vote in such large number is not there anymore.
    We need to return this trust.
    We all need to follow the law. And I'm talking about the government, the parliament, the Islamic Courts and the security forces.
    We need to follow the laws.
    All problems can be solved if we only follow the framework of the laws.
    We need to create an environment where all sides could come together and discuss their issues.
    We need to be able to sit down like brothers and sisters and talk about our differences.
    Unfortunately,
    The chance that was given to the Guardian Council of five days to get people together and regain their trust was not used.
    That is not there anymore.
    But we still have time to unite.

    We shouldn't imprison our own people,
    We should let these people return to their homes,
    We shouldn't let our enemies laugh at us because we've imprisoned our own people.
    We should sit together with mourners,
    And we should console them,
    And bring them back closer to the system.
    We should not be impatient now.

    (... continues ...)
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    Please do not censor media outlets that have legally obtained permits.
    Let them do what they want to do legally.
    Allow a peaceful and friendly environment to prosper.
    We are all together in the Islamic Revolution,
    We've all spent years in suffering,
    We've all given martyrs for the cause of the revolution,
    This unity needs to fostered.

    I'm hopeful that we will be able to achieve this unity in the future,
    And I'm hopeful we will get out of this situation,
    Based on the wishes of the people,
    And consensus among the leaders.

    May God Bless You All.
    May God Bless You All.
    May God keep you all safe,
    Keep you with this spirit, around.

    (End of speech.)
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    And I'm sure we would all, yet again, like to send emphatic thanks to NightOwl!
  5. Jaymax Moderator

    Here is an alternative indirect translation from Pedestrian

    I'm only replicating it in full here, because that site was bouncing up and down due to overloading during the sermon.

    Please pay them a visit, and say thanks etc over there as well.

    ---

    12:42 Taghavi the head of the organization that oversees the Friday prayer imams is still speaking. “Whoever participates in the Friday prayers is strengthening his ties with the leader.”

    12:47 Taghavi is going on still.

    12:48 Taghavi: The Imam is speaking on the behalf of the supreme leader and thus must only speak of those policies approved by him. The Imam must organize his speech according to these policies.

    12:50 Taghavi: This podium and this gathering must never be used on behalf of any political party or political cause. The Friday prayer is a prayer said in allegiance with the supreme leader. It is a prayer of unity and brotherhood.

    12:52 Taghavi (again): The Imam must only speak of those policies approved by the supreme leader.

    12:55 Taghavi: Unity is a policy that must be propagated by the Friday prayer. Respect for the law is another such policy. We must accept the law even if it is not to our advantage.

    12:58 Taghavi: We must accept everything the leader said during his Friday sermon a few weeks ago.

    13:05 Taghavi is done speaking. He ended with a few grudging words for the BBC.

    (I’m now listening to the sermons myself . There is only the sound of prayer playing via a speaker)

    The moazzen is saying the azan.

    Rafsanjani just got introduced to the podium.

    Sound of loud chants we can’t make out.

    Rafsanjani: Please sit down so we can make time for the speech.

    Chants again. They’re not letting him speak. I can only make out “leader” in their chants. (the blood in our veins is a gift to our leader)

    13:20 Rafsanjani: We are approaching the anniversary of the Friday prayers and today’s Friday prayer is in ways very similar to the first every prayers led by Ayatollah Taleqani. In hopes that we can use this prayer for the betterment of the future of our country and the goals of the revolution.

    (Tehran radio is now cut off. The host just came on to announce that thousands of people are chanting Allah o Akbar in the streets. WTF?!)

    13:23 Rafsanjani: I have a main part to my speech. It will be about the most critical aspects of Islam.

    13:25 The second part of my speech will be about the goals of the revolution, the goals people have worked for and have given their blood for and have been the endeavors of our Imam [Khomeini].

    13:26 The third part will be about current day events and the conditions we are in. I will try to draw out solutions the way I see them. Of course, these will be my personal opinion.

    13:27 Rafsanjani is speaking of Mohammad, the prophet, and the early days of Islam. This will go on for the first part of his sermon.

    13:34 Rafsanjani is still speaking of Mohammad’s early days as prophet and his attempts to establish rule in Medina.

    13:36 He is reciting a sourah from the Koran and interpreting it.

    13:41 Rafsanjani is getting teary. “The prophet respected the rights of all those under his rule.” He brings an example from the end of the prophet’s life where the prophet comes to the people and asks that if he ever treated anyone unfairly, they speak up and let him know.

    13:44 The prophet felt, during the last years of his life, that animosity was brewing amongst his people [he is crying now]. The prophet felt that his old friends are now enemies.

    13:46 The prophet went to Baghi [where his old friends were buried] and said to them: you are lucky that you are no longer here to see that your old brothers are killing and destroying one another.

    ———————-

    The first part of the speech is over. The second has begun.

    ———————-

    13:51 He begins (as is the custom) by mentioning the upcoming religious dates of significance (e.g., the death of the seventh Shi’a Imam)

    13: 52 May all the oppressors who make innocent people bleed be a witness to eternal condemnation

    [the chants begin again]

    13:53 I asked you, I pleaded for you to let me speak.

    [more chants]

    13:54 Rafsanjani condemns China. People chanted “Death to China” . He asks that people stop their chants.

    13:55 China has a rational government. It must look at how it can benefit from its relations with the Islamic world. We hope that we will no longer be witness to such atrocities towards Muslims in China or anywhere else in the world.

    13:55 But coming to our own problems. We started off very well in the competition. Everything went well and smoothly.

    13:56 People became very hopeful. Everything was set for a glorious day. This glory was due to the people. They were the ones who went to the ballot box. And we must be grateful to them.

    13:57 I so very much wish that that path had been continued. But unfortunately, that was not the case. I will now elaborate. We must first see what we [probably the ruling establishment] were after. This is coming from a person who was always by the Imam[Khomeini’s] side [he is referring to himself]. For 60 years. The Imam was always after the people. After getting their approval and their participation. This was the art of the Imam which made him so successful. It took the Imam less than 20 years to get the people to come to the streets.

    13:58 These people, the ones who were behind the Imam, broke the back of the Shah and brought him to his knees.

    13:59 After the victory of the revolution too, we worked on a daily basis with the Imam. Imam would always say that if the system is not backed by the people, nothing would stand.

    14:00 The Imam would always quote the prophet [Muhammad] who would say to Ali [Mohammad’s successor]: leave the people if they do not want you.

    14:02 He is speaking of the Imam’s command to Bazargan to form a temporary government. But the Imam tells him to keep it short to pave the way for the constitution.

    [loud chants]

    14:03 We agreed that you will stop chanting. If we do not have the votes of the people behind us, we will have nothing. The guardian council, the expediency council, EVERYONE gets their legitimacy from the vote of the people.

    14:04 Without Islam, without a republic, we have nothing. Ali [Imam Ali, the prophet’s successor] waited 19 years until the people came for him.

    [more chants]

    14:05 Stop chanting.

    14:06 Why did the elections come to this? Before the election, near the end, some people doubted what was going to happen. Maybe because of the way the broadcasting corporation behaved.

    14:07 Rafsanjani: Some are chanting and I can’t make out what they say. But I am speaking what you want to hear. I want unity too.

    14:08 I have never acted across party lines, and now too we must search for unity to find a way out of our quandary.

    14:09 I have some suggestions. I have spoken to some members of the the expediency council and the assembly of experts about them too.

    14:10 We must bring back the trust of the people. First of all, everyone must accept the law. The people, the parliament, everyone.

    14:11 We must create a condition so that everyone can speak. We must speak logically. And a part of this is on the shoulders of the broadcasting corporation.

    14:12 The guardian council did not make good use of the extra fives days given to them by the leader.

    14:13 We do not need people in prison for this. Let’s allow them to return to their families.

    [More chants of Allah o Akbar]

    14:14 We must join hands with those who have incurred great loss and try to lesson their pain.

    14:15 We must give freedom to the press within the confines of the law.

    [not a word of the government]

    14:15 We are all members of the same family. We must remain friends and allies. Why have we gone so far as to pain some of our marajeh [top religious leaders]?

    14:16 I hope this sermon will pave a way out of this current situation. A situation that can be considered a crisis.

    14:17 The sermon is finished.

    14:18 Two chants can be heard: the blood in our veins is a gift to our leader and Hashemi, Hashemi, may god keep you safe.
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    Hi, NiteOwl AKA Josh Shahryar here again - @iran_translator on twitter- I did a live translation of Hashemi Rafsanjani’s Friday Prayer sermon and here it is minute to minute.

    I cut off a lot of the religious stuff as it was simply a waste of yours and my good time. I kept some of the relevant religious stuff in here. I apologize for the very rough translation; I was on PalTalk and someone was putting their mic close to a cell phone call from Iran so the quality was EXTREMELY crappy. The timestamp is Pacific United States.

    Important points were:

    1. Free prisoners
    2. People’s voice needs to be heard
    3. Talks should be held to solve the dispute
    4. Censorship of media must end
    5. Government and security forces should work within the law when dealing with this situation
    6. Guardian Council should had act faster to help the situation
    7. We must unite


    *13:51 The second part of my speech is about the revolution for which people did Jihad.

    *13:53 I want to explain to the younger generation where we started and where we are going with this.

    *13:53 The third part of my speech will be about the current situation of Iran. This will be my personal view.

    *13:54 We are with you in your happiness and your grief.

    *13:56 Nothing really important going on at this point. He's just speaking about the early days of the revolution. He's talking about how they opened up a school in Qom.

    *13:56 He's basically just talking about the early revolution, Qom and such.

    *13:59 He's only speaking about the early history of Islam.

    *14:00 He's talking about how Mohammed built the first mosque in Medina.

    *14:00 Now he's talking about he bought land in Medina to build the second Islamic
    mosque.

    *14:01 Talking about Medina and the early days of Islam

    *14:02 What we learn from government from Islam is this:

    *14:02 Follow god and then there's the people.

    *14:03 The Koran has Allah mentioned 3,000 times.

    *14:03 and the word for people have been used 4 to 5 hundred times.

    *14:03 What Mohammed did mostly was he created love and unity between the people.
    The first thing Mohammed did was he united all the tribes in Medina. Then he went to the people of other religions.

    *14:03 When Jews, Christians and people of other religion came to Medina, he talked to all of them, and he created a unity within the city.

    *14:04 He created a brotherhood between everyone inside the city. Between Muslims and non-Muslims. This was a pact between brothers, between different religions.

    *14:04 This created eternal peace inside a small city.

    *14:04 This small city was able to use this peace and topple gigantic empires.

    *14:05 The government that Mohammed brought was unprecedented.

    *14:05 There were governments, but they were autocracies and they acted against
    the people. Mohammed brought a government that was for the people. Based on god's law.

    *14:06 When Gabriel came to Mohammed and gave him the first words of the Koran, (Now reciting those first verses) This was when the future of Mohammed was cleared for him. (Explaining the verses)

    *14:07 God created man and gave him understanding and the power to write.

    *14:07 The power that gave us this ability, He tells us that we have Him as the judge.

    *14:08 And when we die, he will remember everything that we have done. Thus, we
    shouldn't be arrogant, We should consider god's creatures weak. Because He's the judge,

    *14:09 (more religious jargon, talking about angels)(If the jargon is related to, I will translate)

    *14:10 (Still religious jargon)

    *14:10 Let's ask what sort of society the prophet wanted.

    *14:10 Mohammed wanted all humans to have all the rights,

    *14:10 He didn't want anyone's rights to be infringed upon.

    *14:11 One of the last things he said before he died, he said,

    *14:11 Oh people, I came to say good bye to you.

    *14:11 If I have said something to you and I have not done it, please let me know.

    *14:11 If I have taken something from you, then tell me so I could give it back. I don't
    want anything to be left for the afterlife.

    *14:11 This is the kind of leader we have. He paved the way for Islamic unity.

    *14:12 (recites a verse from the Koran)

    *14:13 (Verse talks about unity of Muslims)

    *14:13 God has put love between humans.

    *14:14 It was god who created love between Muslims.

    *14:14 That's how Mohammed created a society that was united as one. But when he was dying, he realized that this might come to an end.

    *14:14 And that people might break apart and might create enemies with one another.

    *14:15 (explains a couple of incidents that created rifts between earlier Muslims)

    *14:16 Do know that Mohammed is the ideal for everyone,

    *14:16 For all Muslims, for all humans.

    *14:16 His life in Medina is the best example for how a government should operate.

    *14:17 He fought along side his friends and his loved ones at times when he was being attacked from all sides.

    *14:17 Then a day came when his friends captured the Empires of the Sassanids.

    *14:17 But at the end of his life, he realized that there might be rifts between Muslims,
    And their unity might be in danger.

    *14:18 In his ten years of prophecy, he created a system upon which we have based our own revolution.

    *14:18(phone cut off for a little)

    *14:18 (back on)

    *14:19 (Recites a verse)

    *14:19 (reciting more Koranic verses)

    *14:20 (Praying for the martyred members of Mohammed's family)

    *14:20 This week, Imam [[w:Jafar Sadigh|Jafar Sadigh]]'s martyrdom's celebration will be held.

    *14:21 He spent his entire life either in prison or being censored.

    *14:22 (Talking about Imam Jafar Sadigh's life and how pious a man he was)

    *14:23 (still talking about him)

    *14:23 I want to talk about the death of the Chinese citizens recently,

    *14:23 (People are chanting Azadi .. Azadi ..

    *14:23 People, I have asked you all to not chant slogans

    *14:24 I am asking you as your Imam at this prayer,

    *14:24 The government of China has quelled the protests.

    *14:24 We would like to give them a brotherly advice,

    *14:24 There are more than a billion Muslims in the world,

    *14:24 China should pay attention to its relations between itself.

    *14:25 Such cruelty could destroy those relations.

    *14:25 There are fighting in Palestine and Pakistan and other places,

    *14:25 Hopefully they will stop.

    *14:25 The elections that took place,

    *14:25 We liked what went before the election,

    *14:25 The four candidates, They talked in an open environment, People became hopeful about the elections,

    *14:26 We should have been proud of this election, Because people went to vote, in large numbers, We should thank them for voting. For taking part in the election is such huge numbers,

    *14:27 Alas, if only that environment continued to this day. What happened after the election was not what we expected it to be. LEt's ask ourselves what we want, What does the revolution want? You are listening to someone who has been with the revolution every minute of the revolution> We know what Imam Khomeini wanted, What his ideas were,

    *14:28 Imam Khomeini always said that you should always listen to the people, See what the people want, If the people are with us, then we have everything.

    *14:28 The Islamic Revolution was the way of Mohammed. People should be brought into the system first,
    This is why Imam Khomeini was successful.

    *14:29 It took years of hardship for us to get to where we are. We remember when people filled the streets, When they took to protesting with the Imam Khomeini, Against a government that was getting help from the East and the West, But people stood firm. And they succeeded. After the success of the revolution, We were with Imam Khomeini,

    *14:30 He always said that without the participation of the people the Islamic government would never be successful.

    *14:30 The role that Imam gave the people was very high.

    *14:31 (Story about Mohammed's late life about how important people are)

    *14:32 (One second, gonna try and ramp up the volume. More religious jargon)

    *14:33 (Volume better)

    *14:33 When we were writing the new constitution,

    *14:34 We asked the Imam for advice,

    *14:34 He put a lot of emphasis on the role of the people.

    *14:34 He also knew that people's vote was the most important thing inside our country.

    *14:34 Everything depended upon the people's vote.

    *14:35 People should directly elect the president, the parliament, the local council.

    *14:35 It was all about the vote of the people.

    *14:35 This is a theocracy, a theocratic republic

    *14:35 (People chanting)

    *14:35 Be patient, be calm.

    *14:36 If the government is not Islamic, then we are heading no where.

    *14:36 If it is not a republic, then it doesn't amount to anything.

    *14:36 The elections that took place,

    *14:37 We have taken a step.

    *14:37 What I think is the solution to what is going on is that, at the end of the process,

    *14:37 There were people who created false propaganda,

    *14:37 (People chanting REALLY loudly)

    *14:38 A large number of people became suspicious,

    *14:38 We need to clear their suspicions.

    *14:38 Today, we need unity more than ever.

    *14:38 Our country needs to be united against this danger.

    *14:39 My brothers, my sisters, my view is this

    *14:39 We should all think together So our country could remain united, Against this danger that is facing us.

    *14:39 Our enemies are trying to destroy our unity,

    *14:39 I have several proposals for this,

    *14:39 I have talked to my friends about this.

    (...continues...)
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    *14:40 I'm gonna express them to you as well.

    *14:40 The most important thing that has happened is that the trust that brought the people to vote in such large number is not there anymore.

    *14:40 We need to return this trust.

    *14:40 We all need to follow the law. And I'm talking about the government, the parliament, the Islamic Courts and the security forces.

    *14:41 We need to follow the laws.

    *14:41 All problems can be solved if we only follow the framework of the laws.

    *14:41 We need to create an environment where all sides could come together and discuss their issues.

    *14:42 We need to be able to sit down like brothers and sisters and talk about our differences.

    *14:42 Unfortunately, The chance that was given to the Guardian Council of five days to get people together and regain their trust was not used.

    *14:42 That is not there anymore.

    *14:42 But we still have time to unite.

    *14:43 We shouldn't imprison our own people,

    *14:44 We should let these people return to their homes,

    *14:44 We shouldn't let our enemies laugh at us because we've imprisoned our own people.

    *14:44 We should sit together with mourners, And we should console them,

    *14:44 And bring them back closer to the system.

    *14:44 We should not be impatient now.

    *14:45 Please do not censor media outlets that have legally obtained permits.

    *14:45 Let them do what they want to do legally.

    *14:45 Allow a peaceful and friendly environment to prosper.

    *14:45 We are all together in the Islamic Revolution,

    *14:45 We've all spent years in suffering,

    *14:46 We've all given martyrs for the cause of the revolution,

    *14:46 This unity needs to fostered,

    *14:46 I'm hopeful that we will be able to achieve this unity in the future,

    *14:46 And I'm hopeful we will get out of this situation,

    *14:47 Based on the wishes of the people, And consensus among the leaders.

    *14:47 May God Bless You All.

    *14:47 May God Bless You All.

    *14:47 May God keep you all safe,

    *14:47 Keep you with this spirit, around.

    *14:47 (End of speech)
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