Leader urges unity of Muslim countries to ‘abort threats’

Leader urges unity of Muslim countries to ‘abort threats’

Leader urges unity of Muslim countries to ‘abort threats’

 

 
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei received Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev on Monday evening. Mr. Nazarbayev is leading a delegation of economic officials and tradesmen to Tehran.
 
Ayatollah Khamenei believed that the west systematically failed in fighting and curbing terrorism they claimed had origins in Islamic countries of the Middle East; “the fact that all terrorists engaged in acts of terrorism within the past months had European nationalities belie their purported attempts to fight terrorism; they are not honest and serious in effectively facing the threat of terrorism, and would only resort to double standards and division of terrorists to bad and good terrorists,” said Ayatollah Khamenei, who provided an alternative for Islamic countries to fill this gap in fighting terrorism; “unity and accurate assessment of the situation to bring convergence to attempts by these countries, which are sometimes waged individually, could be effective in bringing terrorism to its knees and keep at bay the disturbing threat,” he added.  

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