A Twitter account linked to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has been banned. An animated video of the assassination of former US President Donald Trump was recently released from this account. This Twitter account named KhameneiSite was operated from the office of the Iranian Supreme Leader. Even before this account, it was said many times to avenge the murder of Iranian General Qasim Sulemani.

Twitter also issued a statement
News outlet Iran International reported on Sunday that Twitter has permanently suspended an account linked to Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. A Twitter spokesperson also said that this account has been banned for violating our policies. Twitter, however, refused to give more details in this matter.

What did you see in the video?
On Thursday, Khamenei's official website posted an animation video titled "Revenge is defined". It showed Iranian military officers moving advanced surveillance and unmanned combat vehicles towards a man who appeared to be playing golf like a trump. At the end of the footage, the man operating the UCV is seen aiming a gun in the car at a man who looks like Trump.

Who is Khamenei?
Ayatollah Khamenei's grandfather, Syed Ahmed Masowi, was a resident of Barabanki in Uttar Pradesh. In the 1830s, he accompanied the Nawab of Awadh to Iraq and then to Iran on a religious journey. But after that, he did not feel like returning from here and he settled in Khamenei village there.

According to Diche Welle, the generation after him used Khamenei as their surname and today this name is associated with Iran's most powerful man. Before the success of Iran's revolution, Khamenei was also called an Indian mullah and agent under the rule of the Shah of Iran. But today he is the Supreme Leader of Iran.