Palace Intrigue And The Khamenei Succession Question

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  1. Interesting take.. I know the upper echelon would not be happy with Mojtaba taking the job as supreme leader. From my understanding it was part of the rules set by the founder of the Islamic Republic, Ayatollah Khomeini. If what are postulating is ever found to be true, the Mid East could be an even bigger mess than it already is. I have also read about Alireaza Arafi, who sits on the committee responsible for selecting supreme leaders, could potentially take the job too.

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