Iran’s top officials are suffering from the impact of the coronavirus on a biblical scale.
Six top officials contracted the disease. So far, three of them have already died.
Two weeks ago, Iraj Harirchi, head of the Iranian task force on the coronavirus, stepped out to the podium and attempted to assure people that the claims of the coronavirus were overblown and that people should not over-react.
The very next day he was diagnosed with the disease.
Since then, Iran’s leadership has been suffering from the coronavirus.
Hossein Sheikholeslam, Iran’s top diplomat, died on Thursday of the coronavirus.
Fatemeh Rahbar, Conservative Iranian MP, died Saturday of the coronavirus.
Mohammad Mirmohammadi – top advisor to the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, died last week from the coronavirus.
Mohammad Sadr, another top advisor to the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, now has the coronavirus.
Iraj Harirchi – head of Iran’s government task force on the coronavirus told people not to over-react. He now has the virus.
Masoumeh Ebtekar, one of the country’s vice presidents, one of the most loved politicians in Iran, now as the virus.
8% of the Iranian parliament are confirmed to have the coronavirus.
With Mohammad Mirmohammadi and Mohammad Sadr being such close advisors to the Supreme Leader, the question must be asked – what effect is the coronavirus having on the Supreme Leader of Iran and how will that impact the future of Christians?