The Veterans Today published the full text of Ayatollah Khamenei's letter to the western youth, and said the Iranian leader asked them to pass it on to any young people they may know.
In addition to the West, the message has received a wide coverage in the Middle-Eastern and regional media outlets as well.
Pakistan's Dawn and News websites, Iraq's Alforat, Al-Ahd, Al-Ettejah, Nahrainnet, Egypt's Al-Ahram, Al-Nahar, Al-Nil TV channel, Al-Yaom Sebeh, and Al-Safir, Jordanian Al-Ray, Lebanon Info, Felestin Al-Yaom, MTV, Swiss Info, Al-Vatan al-Arabi, Turkish Anadolu, Time Turk, Tele Khabar, Topolom Khabar, the China International Radio, and Xinhua have all underlined the importance of Ayatollah Khamenei's letter and termed it unprecedented and influential.
In the meantime, two leading Israeli papers of Jerusalem post and Haaretz also dealt with the Iranian leader's letter.
Al-Quds al-Arabi, printed on London, wrote that the Iranian Leader did not try to impose his thoughts on the audience, instead he called on the western youths to study Islamic religious sources and avoid prejudice.
Most of the abovementioned news agencies, websites, TV channels, and papers were surprised at the logical and scientific expansions of a religious leader who has portrayed new images of a divine religion.
The Saudi Arabian Ilaf site quoted Ayatollah Khamenei as asking the western youth, "Why are you afraid of Islam?"
Also, Albawaba analysis website wrote that Ayatollah Khamenei voiced readiness to lead the interested western young people towards pure and reliable Islamic sources to know more about the realities of this religion.
"You, western young people, do not permit western-backed terrorists to introduce themselves as the representatives of Islam," Ayatollah Khamenei was quoted as saying by Xinhua.
On Wednesday, Ayatollah Khamenei sent a highly important message to the European youth to stress that the Islam the West is trying to portray is a forged concept and not the reality.