"we have to sympathise with them [the families of the victims of protests] And we have to take the high road. Here we don't need to rush, and we don't need to get personally involved. We should let the media that has obtianed permit to operate freely, in the frame of law, I said before that the law is the reference, is the framework. Neither the media should expect to exceed the limits of the law nor the establishment to should expect the media to neglect their legal right . All together, let us have a calm and free atmosphere in which both criticism and approval can exist. I think if this atmosphere is created by our official by our military and security forces ... we are all member of one family, we all have paid a price for this revolution, we all have invested in this hard sacred path, we all have martyrs in the Marty's Gardens [cemetery], we have the war veterans amongst us ... why should it be that people from far places should come and prescribe for us [he is referring to russian/chinese or american/europeans or both simultaneously?] Don't we know ourselves? Aren;t we wise? Aren't we experienced in running a country for 30 years? Don't we have our elite and our "Marja'" [i.e. grand ayatollahs who can issue Fatwas] who have always supported us in the seminaries, without expecting anything in return? why do we have to upset some of them? We have to keep them by our side. We have to have their support. We have to rely on them. If we can create this unity, in sha allah [god willing], I think this Friday Sermon can be a point of departure towards future and safely cross these unfortunate troubles which we can call crisis, may we witness again a unity and cooperation and healthy competition, whoever people want, be it.
[people chant hashemi-hashemi hemayatat mikonm, i.e. hashemi we support you, but then slogans start mixing and become incomprehensible]
God keep you. God be the keeper of you. God keep you. God give you success, and you be always safe and present on the scene with this very spirit
[And then he starts reciting koran ...]
Inna a'tinaka al kowsar ... Fasalle le rabbeka va [al]nhar ... Inna shane'aka hova al abtar[It's Arabic]
Then those in the front rows, who were allegedly basijis who could only enter the closed space if they showed their membership card stand up and chant: the blood in our vein is a gift to our Leader (suppose Khameni)