The move is aimed at frustrating attempts to distort the content of the letter or marginalize it.
Iran’s Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) has translated the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution’s message to Western youth into 21 languages.
ICRO’s deputy director said the move is aimed at foiling attempts to distort the content of the letter or marginalize it.
In a letter on January 21, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei introduced a true image of Islam to the youth in Europe and North America and elaborated on the reasons behind the West’s effort to spread Islamophobia.
In the historic letter, Ayatollah Khamenei asked the Western youth to try to gain direct and firsthand knowledge of the religion in reaction to the flood of prejudgments and disinformation campaigns against Islam.
ICRO has translated the letter into languages such as Russian, Croatian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Swahili, Turkish, Indonesian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Thai and Albanian.