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Iran's leader: enemies to blame for violence

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran's enemies are to blame for the violence that has taken over the country. Twenty-two people have now died following days of anti-government protests. In his first comments since the protests began, Khamenei said, "enemies of Iran utilized various means — including money, weapons, politics and intelligence apparatuses — to create problems for the Islamic system."
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran's enemies are to blame for the violence that has taken over the country. Twenty-two people have now died following days of anti-government protests. In his first comments since the protests began, Khamenei said, "enemies of Iran utilized various means — including money, weapons, politics and intelligence apparatuses — to create problems for the Islamic system." 5:09