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Cleric: Works on religious proximity should not be limited to Iran

Head of the Approximate Studies research center of the World Forum for proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought pointed to some ways by which Muslims can enhance unity and proximity among each other.

Hojjatol Islam Val Moslemin Ahmad Moballeghi,
Head of the Approximate Studies research center of the World Forum for proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, underlined,” today not only Iran, but also other Islamic countries should invite people to unity and proximity and do their best in this realm,” .
The unity and proximity organizations in Iran should have some branches all over the world and all of these branches should focus on the issue of unity in the Islamic World more than anything else,” the cleric said.

He pointed that Muslims in Iraq need to have an independent unity and proximity organization.

” We negotiated with some Islamic scholars over the issue and came to terms that to solve ethnic conflicts in this country which all are directed from outside of Iraq, we should make a unity among Iraqi people.”

“The foreign policy should give more attention to the proximity skills,” the authority said.

“We should use the potentials and capacities in the Islamic World to accomplish our goals,” he said, adding that,” for instance the holy city of Najaf has been selected as the Cultural Capital of the Islamic World and we have to use this opportunity to enhance proximity among Islamic denominations.”

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