[In this short clip, Rahimpour Azghadi, an ideologue of Iran and a member of Iran’s Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution, is severely criticizing hypocrisy of pseudo-religious Muslims in Iran.]
Rahimpour Azghadi says: Non-jihadi people are like this. He has a beard. He is wearing agate ring. Buttons his shirt up to the last. He has rosary beads in his hand. Then when someone says, ‘they have made me miserable. The bureau did this, the directive did that,’ he has rosary beads in his hands, and keeps saying, ‘Glory be to God. Glory be to God. You continue.’ The hell with you dude. Say your ‘Glory be to God’ at night at home. Here is not the place to say ‘Glory be to God,’ ‘Glory be to God’. Here you should stand up and say, ‘what can I do for you?’
Rahimpour Azghadi continues: We haven’t seen Imam having rosary beads in his hands in front of people, and saying ‘Glory be to God’. Have you seen that? Saying ‘Glory be to God’ in front of people. They say it loudly, and at the time of working. We have made a fake ‘Ahl Al Bait’ [Prophet’s Family in Shiism] for ourselves. They have summed up Shiism in mourning ceremony and pilgrimage. And they have made a fake Shiism. They have nothing to do with words of Shiite Imams. Just read ‘rozeh’, and hang lights in streets [at the time of Shiite festivals].