Did Imam Khomeini believe in racial or ethnic superiority?

Imam Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic did not basically believe in the superiority of any race on other. As a great Muslim scholar, he has repeatedly emphasized that "In Islam, , there is no racism or superiority based on color.

According to Imam, the only criterion for superiority is piety and being decorated with divine virtues.

Imam time and again maintained that no race is superior to others. He through his historic speeches and messages just tried to negate this impression that the Westerns were not superiors to Persian or Arab nations.

The late founder of the Islamic Republic said that colonial powers were trying to sow sense of interiority among Muslim nation. He sought to restore self-confidence, dignity and esteem among Muslim and oppressed people of the world.

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