Khamenei was speaking on Iran's annual Quds Day, which uses the Arabic name for Jerusalem, held on the last Friday of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
"The Americans must lift all sanctions. We will verify it and if sanctions are ... really canceled, we will return to our obligations," said Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
"She was pardoned by Iran's Supreme Leader last year, but spent the last year of her term under house arrest with electronic shackles tied to her feet. Now they're cast off."
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.
"The intention of the tweet seems to be keeping alive the spectre of revenge, which perhaps by itself is a kind of revenge," a Tehran-based analyst said.
“A close review of these accounts in multiple languages which include Persian, English, Spanish, and Arabic, shows that Khamenei has repeatedly violated Twitter rules.
"If the Americans were able to produce a vaccine, they would not have such a coronavirus fiasco in their own country."
Little contact seems to exist between these two councils, both seeking essentially the same outcome for Iran: a democratic state.
While many foreign technologies and services are banned in the Islamic Republic, Iranian officials have been caught using them themselves multiple times.
All social media platforms should be adopting the IHRA definition of antisemitism and using it as an educational tool rather than for censorship.