Does Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei want to see the outcome of June's presidential election before agreeing to a new nuclear deal?
This was reportedly at the request of current Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.
The supreme leader was answering a question posed by a Telegram user, asking if observing compulsory hijab is necessary for characters in animated features.
But former US President Donald Trump abandoned the deal in 2018, denouncing it as one-sided in Iran's favor, and reimposed sanctions that have crippled Iran's economy.
But Twitter said it suspended the account because it was fake, Reuters reported. Khamenei’s main account, with more than 880,000 followers, was still active.
Today, with the regime fast turning into an exceptionally corrupt North Korean-style military autocracy, the nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs have assumed greater ideological urgency
Because they have never been regulated, they are not like other industries. There is no transparent explanation of why a social media giant bans one account or another.
Where do they draw the line, and at what point will someone’s account now be suspended?
"My firm recommendation is not to trust the enemy," Khamenei said in remarks carried by state TV.
Is this real? Could this be a change to Iran’s regime for the first time since 1989? And, if so, who would most likely permanently take over for Khamenei?